COS 99
Climate Change: Plants III

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
319, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Out of the weeds? Reduced plant invasion risk with climate change
Jenica M. Allen, University of Massachusetts; Bethany A. Bradley, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
8:20 AM Cancelled
 Direct and indirect effects of frost events on plant growth and reproduction in montane regions of Colorado
Gabriella L. Pardee, Dartmouth College; David W. Inouye, University of Maryland; Rebecca Irwin, Dartmouth College
8:40 AM
 Ecosystem root respiration in sugar maple forests increases with temperature within populations but not across populations: Results of a range-wide study
Mickey P. Jarvi, Michigan Technological University; Andrew J. Burton, Michigan Technological University
9:00 AM
 Fine-scale environmental controls on seedling recruitment in early life stages in a Mediterranean-type climate
Lynn C. Sweet, University of California, Santa Barbara; Frank W. Davis, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis; Josep M. Serra-Diaz, Arizona State University
9:20 AM
 Preliminary response of primary production and community composition to precipitation variation in a temperate grassland
Lara G. Reichmann, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Wayne H. Polley, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Philip A. Fay, USDA, Agricultural Research Service
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Controls over tree mortality in the western United States: Untangling climate from stand structure
John B. Bradford, U.S. Geological Survey; David M Bell, U.S. Forest Service; William K. Lauenroth, University of Wyoming
10:10 AM
 Genetics-based species distribution models: Building better predictions of global change
Helen M. Bothwell, Northern Arizona University; Scott A. Woolbright, University of Illinois; Erika I. Hersch-Green, Michigan Technical University; Luke M. Evans, West Virginia University; Gerard J. Allan, Northern Arizona University; Thomas G. Whitham, Northern Arizona University
10:30 AM
 Polyploidy influences plant carbon/nitrogen balance and resistance to insect herbivory in Chamerion angustifolium
Alex L. Bales, Michigan Technological University; Erika I. Hersch-Green, Michigan Technological University
10:50 AM
11:10 AM
 High temperature opens stomata and decouples net photosynthesis from stomatal conductance in Pinus taeda and Populus deltoides x nigra
Josef Urban, Mendel University in Brno; Miles W Ingwers, University of Georgia; Mary Anne McGuire, University of Georgia; Robert Teskey, University of Georgia
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