PS 102
Latebreaking: Physiology

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Relationship of hydraulic architecture and leaf economics traits across Helianthus
Alex J. Pilote, University of Georgia; Lisa A. Donovan, University of Georgia
 Breaking diapause: Using minimally-invasive ultrasonographic techniques shows intra-specific variation in the timing and probability of pregnancy in the Weddell seal
Michelle R. Shero, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Gregg P. Adams, University of Saskatchewan; Robert B. McCorkell, University of Calgary; Amy L. Kirkham, University of Alaska Anchorage; Jennifer M. Burns, University of Alaska Anchorage
 Mechanisms of skin resistance to water loss rates in Plethodon salamanders across various body sizes
Meredith M. Rutledge, Clemson University; Meghan A. Matlack, Clemson University; Eric A. Riddell, Clemson University; Mike W. Sears, Clemson University
 Osmotic potential explains variation in whole plant economics stectrum model
Gregory Vose, University of California Irvine; Jennifer L. Funk, Chapman University
 The impacts of the parasitic plant eastern dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium pusillum) on host photosynthesis and branch biomass partitioning in white spruce (Picea glauca)
Jaret S. Reblin, Bowdoin College; Barry A. Logan, Bowdoin College; Johnathon de Villier, Bowdoin College; Elizabeth Tarr, Bowdoin College; Peter Murphy, Bowdoin College
 Identification of drought related regulatory elements in tomato: A bioinformatics approach
Gabriel Carlisle, Augustana College; Steven L. Matzner, Augustana University; Seasson Vitiello, Augustana College
 Small compounds target environmental stress pathways in plants via the scaffold protein RACK1A
Kyaira Ware, Howard University; Rachel Darko, Howard University; Hemayet Ullah, Howard University
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