PS 58 - Mutualism And Facilitation

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Mutualism between fly and fungus depends on fungal reproductive modes
Thomas L. Bultman, Hope College; Lydia Pagel, Barrier Island Environmental Education Center; Sarah Faith Kim, Hope College
 Role of drought stress and imperfect transmission on long term frequencies of heritable symbionts in host populations
Brittany R. Cavazos, Iowa State University; Tom E. X. Miller, Rice University; Jennifer A. Rudgers, University of New Mexico
 Context-dependency in a wild legume-rhizobia mutualism
Jacob Elias, Cornell University; Anurag A. Agrawal, Cornell University
 Pinchy patches: Exploring the assembly of symbiotic metacommunities
Philip McElmurray, Virginia Tech; Robert P. Creed Jr., Appalachian State University; Bryan L. Brown, Virginia Tech
 Effects of global warming on multiple mutualist interactions
Logan E. G. Brissette, Michigan State University; Kane R. Keller, University of Minnesota; Mark Hammond, Michigan State University; Jen A. Lau, Michigan State University
 Natural variation in the presence or absence of a symbiosis island in a Mesorhizobia population
Angeliqua Montoya, Washington State University Vancouver; Stephanie Porter, Washington State University, Vancouver; Emily Helliwell, Washington State University Vancouver; Amanda Khosravifar, Washington State University Vancouver
 Distance makes the heart grow stronger: How space makes mutualisms robust to cheaters
Evan Johnson, Michigan State University; Simon M. Stump, Michigan State University; Christopher Klausmeier, Michigan State University
 Changes in indirect interactions within aphid-parasitoid communities through ant-aphid mutualisms
Michael J Bosch, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Anthony R. Ives, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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