PS 28
Food Webs

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Development of a food web for prairie grasshoppers using DNA barcoding
John A. Barone, Columbus State University; Kevin S. Burgess, Columbus State University; JoVonn G. Hill, Mississippi Entomological Museum; Scott Whitley, Columbus State University
 Network characteristics of the Cape Fear River estuary food web
Liliana Carrara, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Stuart R. Borrett, University of North Carolina Wilmington
 Simple assumptions predicting prey selection by piscivorous fish
Lucas D. B. Faria, Universidade Federal de Lavras; Angelo B. Monteiro, Federal University of Lavras
 Distances between species in food webs: Evaluating alternative metrics’ predictive power
Molly C. Johnson, Kennesaw State University; Antonio J. Golubski, Kennesaw State University
 Influences of species body mass over the assembly mechanisms of the Intraguild-predation module
Carlos A. Marcelo-Serván, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos; Walter Cabrera-Febola, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
 Influences of food web dynamics on multi-host vector-borne pathogen transmission: Using chagas disease as a model system
Christina Pilar Varian, University of Georgia; Nicole Gottdenker, University of Georgia; Azael Saldana, Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies
 Plant genetic variation determines the strength of intraguild predation in a gall-parasitoid food web
Matthew A. Barbour, University of British Columbia; Gregory M. Crutsinger, University of British Columbia; Erik S. Jules, Humboldt State University; Chris Greyson-Gaito, University of British Columbia; Brendan Locke, Humboldt State University; Arezoo Sotoodeh, University of British Columbia
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