PS 35
Mutualism And Facilitation

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Genetic variation in responses to mutualists and drought in an invasive plant
Nickie Cammisa, California State University, Northridge; Casey P. terHorst, California State University, Northridge
 A temperate bivalve-seagrass symbiosis mediated by sulfide-oxidizing bacteria
Diana W. Chin, Stony Brook University; Bradley J. Peterson, Stony Brook University
 Effects of salinity on baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) endophytes
Elizabeth Kimbrough, Tulane University; Casey Gu, Tulane University; Sunshine Van Bael, Tulane University
 Adult plants nurse their neighboring conspecific seedlings via arbuscular mycorrhizae in a saline soil
Xin Chen, Zhejiang University; Zhenxing Yu, Zhejiang University; Liangliang Hu, Zhejiang University; Jianjun Tang, Zhejiang University; Jean W.H. Yong, Singapore University of Technology and Design; Lei Cheng, Zhejiang University
 Keystone mutualism: A case study of ant-plant mutuailsm
Marion Donald, Rice University; Andrew Bibian, Rice University; Tom Miller, Rice University
 Widespread negative frequency-dependent selection found in the legume/rhizobia symbiosis could maintain microbial diversity
Eleanor A Siler, Michigan State University; Maren L Friesen, Michigan State University
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