COS 58 - Functional Ecology

Wednesday, August 10, 2016: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Palm A, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
1:50 PM
 Testing the resource budget model for masting using two syntopic oak shrubs with contrasting annual seed production
Kyle A. Funk, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Johannes M. H. Knops, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
2:10 PM
 Metabolic scaling in colonies: The influence of integration
Lianne M Jacobson, University of Florida
2:30 PM
 Morphological traits of salt marsh seedlings: What determines stability against physical disturbances?
Regine Redelstein, University of Göttingen; Thorsten Balke, University of Glasgow; Gerhard Zotz, University of Oldenburg
2:50 PM
 Stomatal trait-based ecology: Variation within and among Hawaiian tropical forests and relationship with other functional traits
Camila D. Medeiros, CNPq; Rebecca Ostertag, University of Hawaii at Hilo; Susan Cordell, USDA Forest Service; Faith Inman-Narahari, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa; Christian Giardina, USDA Forest Service; Christine Scoffoni, UCLA; Grace P. John, UCLA; Megan K. Bartlett, Princeton University; Lawren Sack, UCLA
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Variation in stomatal density of Bursera simaruba, a dominant tree species of tropical hardwood hammock forest across a habitat gradient in the Florida Keys
Suresh C Subedi, Florida International University; Michael S. Ross, Florida International University; Rosario Vidales, Florida International University
3:40 PM
 Variation in functional neighborhood and climate affect tree performance
Jenny Zambrano, SESYNC; Nathan Swenson, University of Maryland
4:00 PM
 The relationship between functional trait and competitive ability of peatland plants: Competitive effect and response tell different stories
Ping Wang, Northeast Normal University; Jihong Yuan, Northeast Normal University; Lianxi Sheng, Northeast Normal University
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