PS 59
Resource Allocation And Partitioning

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Response of homeostasis and growth of seepweed Suaeda heteroptera to simulated nitrogen and phosphorus deposition in soils
Changfa Liu, Dalian Ocean University; Wei Tao, Dalian Ocean University; Jiawen Wu, Dalian Ocean University; Yuan Liu, Dalian Ocean University; Jin Li, Panjin Institute of Marine and Fisheries
 Non-structural carbohydrates vary by species, organ, and season in woody plants of the Sonoran Desert
Jessica S. Guo, Arizona State University; Kiona Ogle, Arizona State University; Kevin R. Hultine, Desert Botanical Garden
 Resource acquisition and resource use efficiency of oaks and pines growing on a sand plain ecosystem
Heidi J. Renninger, Mississippi State University; Nicholas Carlo, Rutgers University; Kenneth L. Clark, USDA Forest Service; Karina V R Schäfer, Rutgers University
 Both nest site availability and density impact rates of colonization of solitary cavity-nesting hymenoptera insects
Miranda W. Bandeli, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Caroline M. Devan, New Jersey's Science and Technology University; Daniel E. Bunker, New Jersey Institute of Technology
 Causes of high abundance of two species of trees in a rain forest of Mexico
Juan Antonio Cruz-Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo; Alejandro Hernández Tapia, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo
 The effect of soil nitrogen on vegetative phenotypic plasticity in Petunia hybrida
Katelyn Beam, Saint Mary's College; Cassie Majetic, Saint Mary's College
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