PS 96
Latebreaking: Evolution

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Evolution of root exudate composition in ecologically-contrasting Helianthus
Alan W Bowsher, University of Georgia; Rifhat Ali, University of Georgia; Scott A. Harding, University of Georgia; Cj Tsai, University of Georgia; Lisa A. Donovan, University of Georgia
 Fire regimes and functional traits: Adaptation and population resilience in obligate reseeding shrubs
Alexandra M. Weill, University of California, Davis; Andrew M. Latimer, University of California Davis
 Climatic niche breadth, range size, and habitat specialization in otters
Danaan L. DeNeve, University of California Merced; Jessica L. Blois, University of California - Merced
 Mitigating climate change effects on plants through assisted migration with the application of a modeling approach: A lesson from forest trees
Tomasz E. Koralewski, Texas A&M University; Hsiao-Hsuan Wang, Texas A&M University; William E. Grant, Texas A&M University; Thomas D. Byram, Texas A&M University
 Effects of rainfall on population dynamics of Atlantic Forest rodents
Camila S. Barros, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Cristina Banks-leite, Imperial College; Thomas Puettker, Universidade de São Paulo; Renata Pardini, Universidade de São Paulo
 Selection towards different adaptive optima drove the early diversification of locomotor phenotypes in the radiation of Neotropical geophagine cichlids
Viviana Astudillo-Clavijo, University of Toronto; Jessica H. Arbour, University of Toronto; Hernán López-Fernández, Royal Ontario Museum
 No signs of inbreeding depression in Mastrus ridens (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), a parasitoid of codling moth
Tania Zaviezo, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Alda Romero, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Sussy Munoz, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 Potential for Ongoing Adaptation of a Native Prairie Plant
Nicholas E. Goldsmith, University of Minnesota; Ruth G. Shaw, University of Minnesota
 Interactive effect of temperature-induced energetic benefits and shifts in feeding conditions on parental care strategie
David Glover, The Ohio State University; Robert A. Mauck, Kenyon College; Elizabeth A. Marschall, Ohio State University
 Population genetics and phenotypic variation are associated with habitat type in giant waterbugs (Abedus herberti)
Emily E. Hartfield Kirk, Oregon State University; David A Lytle, Oregon State University; Eli Meyer, Oregon State University
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