PS 36
Species Interactions

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Microbially-induced variation in allelopathy among old field plants
Scott J. Meiners, Eastern Illinois University; Kelsey K. Phipps, Concordia University Wisconsin; Thomas H. Pendergast IV, University of South Carolina; Thomas Canam, Eastern Illinois University
 Interactions of algal mats, plant communities, and storms in barrier island systems
Marina D. Lauck, Florida State University; Thomas E. Miller, Florida State University
 Defender or sentinel? Evaluating mechanisms of predator protection in corvid nesting associations
Rhea M. M. Esposito, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Daniel J. Povinelli, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
 Genetic and geographic variation in Canada wildrye endophytes
TJ Sullivan, Indiana University Kokomo; J Schoolcraft, Indiana University Kokomo; Thomas L. Bultman, Hope College
 Exploring the biogeography of herbivore – plant community interactions and ecosystem functioning
Leigh C. Moorhead, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen; Nate Sanders, The University of Tennessee: Knoxville; Aimee Classen, The University of Tennessee: Knoxville
 Incorporating biotic factors into species distribution modeling: Are interactions with soil microbes important?
Clifton P. Bueno de Mesquita, University of Colorado; Katharine N. Suding, University of Colorado; Andrew J. King, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Steven K. Schmidt, University of Colorado
 Plant-plant interactions of Aristida stricta individuals across a complex environmental resource gradient
Whitney D. Wallett, Murray State University; Paul R. Gagnon, Murray State University
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