PS 42 - Genetics And Molecular Techniques

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Longer DNA fragments enables the improved estimation of distribution and biomass using environmental DNA
Toshifumi Minamoto, Kobe University; Toshiaki Jo, Kobe University; Hiroaki Murakami, Kyoto University; Reiji Masuda, Kyoto University; Masayuki Sakata, Kobe University; Satoshi Yamamoto, Kobe University
 Detection of pathogens in migrating raptors: Utilizing ectoparasites to identify West Nile virus
Nicholas A. Baer, Colby-Sawyer College; Morganne Murphy-Meyers, Colby-Sawyer College; Victoria Delaney, Colby-Sawyer College
 Using environmental DNA sampling methods to determine cryptic wetland bird occupancy in Illinois
Anastasia A. Rahlin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Matthew L. Niemiller, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Mark A. Davis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 DNA barcode development for tropical orchids in Central America
Eeva Terhonen, Texas Tech University; Melania Fernández, Texas Tech University; Marco Cedeño, Universidad de Costa Rica; D. Lee Taylor, University of New Mexico; Andrew T. Taylor, University of Hawai'i at Manoa; Jyotsna Sharma, Texas Tech University
 Identifying roots of boreal forest species with molecular tools
Paul Metzler, University of Alberta; Justine Karst, University of Alberta
 Changes in ribosomal RNA gene copy number of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense
Patricia Rodriguez-Matos, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; Deana L. Erdner, University of Texas
 Molecular characterization and distribution of Cestode parasites that infect the brine shrimp of Great Salt Lake in Utah
Cora Winters, Westminster College; Sydney Sattler, Westminster College; Brian J. Avery, Westminster College
 Temporal patterns of genetic diversity in Fijian three-spotted wrasse (Halichoeres trimaculatus)
Emilie M. Seavey, Middlebury College; Grace M. Zhang, Middlebury College; Christina F. Frare, Middlebury College; Joshua A. Drew, American Museum of Natural History
 Quantifying wolf diet in southeast Alaska using molecular methods
Aimee Massey, Oregon State University; Gretchen Roffler, Alaska Department of Fish and Game; Jennifer Allen, Oregon State University; Taal Levi, Oregon State University
 Using multi-omics to link decomposition reactions in soils to exoenzymes and the microbes that produce them
Jane Martinez, University of Texas at El Paso; Anthony Darrouzet-Nardi, University of Texas at El Paso; Nathan C. VerBerkmoes, University of Texas at El Paso; Brian Grajeda, University of Texas at El Paso; Stephanie Bauer, University of Texas at El Paso; Igor Almeida, University of Texas at El Paso
 Microbial connections between atmosphere, vegetation, and soil in alpine ecosystems, Yellowstone National Park, USA
Stephanie D. Zorio, Idaho State University; Ken Aho, Idaho State University; Jason T. Werth, Idaho State University
See more of: Contributed Posters