PS 57
Population Biology

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 The interplay of density and insects as drivers of milkweed population dynamics
Abigail A.R. Kula, College of William and Mary; Harmony J. Dalgleish, College of William and Mary
 Consequences of individual growth rate heterogeneity on population dynamics in plants
Erin E. Feichtinger, University of South Florida; Jamie Gluvna, University of South Florida; Bruce E. Kendall, University of California Santa Barbara; Gordon A. Fox, University of South Florida
 Recruitment, growth, survival, and fecundity of the threatened Florida endemic annual herb Paronychia chartacea ssp. minima
Stacy A. Smith, Archbold Biological Station; Sarah J. Haller Crate, Archbold Biological Station; Jennifer L. Schafer, North Carolina State University; Carl W. Weekley, Archbold Biological Station
 Goshawk invasions at Hawk Ridge: Indicator of changes in the boreal forest?
Richard F. Green, University of Minnesota Duluth; David L. Evans, Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory; Frank J. Nicoletti, Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory; Karl J. Bardon, Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory; Janet C. Green, Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory
 Identification of white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) and deer mice (P. maniculatus) through comparison of allozymes for salivary amylase
Hannah Schradick, Concordia College; Madeline Johnson, Concordia College; Katelyn Schneider, Concordia College; Michael Rose, Concordia College; Kimberly Smith, Virginia Tech; Jennifer R. Dotson, University of Pikeville; Emily Holbrook, University of Kentucky; Samantha S. Boyd, University of Pikeville; Joseph C. Whittaker, Concordia College
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