COS 88

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
337, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi prefer to acquire ammonium from nutrient patches
Wanying Zhu, Zhejiang University; Yongge Yuan, Zhejiang University; Shuijin Hu, North Carolina State University; Xin Chen, Zhejiang University; Lei Cheng, Zhejiang University
1:50 PM
 Aboveground shifts in carbohydrate partitioning are reflected by greater selectivity of root growth in nutrient-rich patches
Emily K. Lavely, Pennsylvania State University; David M. Eissenstat, Pennsylvania State University; David Bryla, Oregon State University; Jianghong Zhang, Agricultural University of Hebei; Jared L. DeForest, Ohio University; Richard P. Marini, Pennsylvania State University; Robert M. Crassweller, Pennsylvania State University
2:10 PM
 Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) reduces colonization of mycorrhizal fungi on loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) in commercial stands
Adam N. Trautwig, Auburn University; Lori G. Eckhardt, Auburn University; Nancy J. Loewenstein, Auburn University; Jason D. Hoeksema, University of Mississippi; Emily A. Carter, USDA
2:50 PM
 Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities and enzymatic activities vary across an ecotone between a forest and field
Megan A. RĂșa, University of Mississippi; Becky Brasher, University of Mississippi; Nicole Hergott, University of Mississippi; Lily Van, University of Mississippi; Jason D. Hoeksema, University of Mississippi
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 When your neighbor trumps your environment: Patterns of co-occurring, root-associated fungal communities
Jeremiah A. Henning, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; Quentin D. Read, University of Tennessee; Nathan J. Sanders, The University of Copenhagen; Aimee Classen, University of Tennessee
4:00 PM Cancelled
 Contribution of the ectomycorrhizal sheath to nitrogen pools and fluxes in two oak dominated Midwestern forest sites
Hormoz BassiriRad, University of Illinois at Chicago; John Lussenhop, University of Illinois at Chicago; Peter G. Avis, Indiana University Northwest; Louise Egerton-Warburton, Chicago Botanic Garden; Gregory Mueller, Chicago Botanic Garden
4:20 PM
 A dual perspective: Plant and fungal traits that underlie shifts in mycorrhizal growth responses to rising [CO2]
Katie M. Becklin, University of Kansas; George W.R. Mullinix, University of Kansas; Wendy Wang, University of Kansas; Joy K. Ward, University of Kansas
4:40 PM
 Do seasonal changes in temperature and precipitation alter soil microbial community response to ecosystem level acidification as determined by 454 pyro-sequencing?
David J. Burke, The Holden Arboretum; Kaitlin P Coyle, North Carolina State University; Laurel A. Kluber, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Sarah R. Carrino-Kyker, The Holden Arboretum
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