PS 60 - Pollination

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Pollination of Echinacea angustifolia: Why are some insects more effective than others?
Maureen L. Page, University of California - Davis; Jennifer L. Ison, The College of Wooster
 Phenophase and floral abundance affect generalization in plant-pollinator network
Hector Eduardo Castillo-Rosado, University of Utah; Julian Resasco, University of Colorado at Boulder
 Host selection by bumble bees: The differing importance of pollen rewards to two common eastern Bombus
Avery E. Pheil, Scripps College; Preston M. Thompson, Bowling Green State University; David E. Carr, University of Virginia
 Abstinence in tropical trees: Implications for pollination success and the persistence of rare species
Andrea P. Drager, Rice University; George B. Chuyong, University of Buea; David Kenfack, Center for Tropical Forest Science & Smithsonian Global Earth Observatory; Duncan Thomas, Oregon State University; Amy E. Dunham, Rice University
 Effect of invasives on plant-pollinator relationships in the Mt. Tamalpias Watershed
Nevin P. Cullen, San Francisco State University; Gretchen LeBuhn, San Francisco State University
 Springtime wild bee pollinators of berries in Nova Scotia heathlands
Emily Walker, Saint Mary’s University; Jeremy Lundholm, Saint Mary's University
 Floral biology of an endangered, globose cactus from the tropical dry forest in central Mexico
Concepción Martínez-Peralta, Escuela de Estudios Superiores del Jicarero, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos; Angélica Martínez-Zavala, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Ciencias; Karla Sofía Gomez Aguilar, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
 Restoration increases bee abundance and richness but not pollination in remnant and post-agricultural longleaf pine woodlands
Sabrie Breland, Michigan State University; Nash E. Turley, Michigan State University; Lars A. Brudvig, Michigan State University; Jason Gibbs, University of Manitoba; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University
 Pollination in the city: Restored native species interact with spontaneous urban weeds via pollen transfer in vacant lots
M. Stefan Poost, University of Pittsburgh; Anna L. Johnson, University of Pittsburgh; Christopher M. Swan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Tia-Lynn Ashman, University of Pittsburgh
 Range-wide variation in floral traits and local pollinator assemblages in Castilleja sessiliflora (Orobanchaceae)
Katie Wenzell, Northwestern University and Chicago Botanic Garden; Jeremie Fant, Northwestern University; Krissa Skogen, Chicago Botanic Garden
 Variation in probability of pollen transport among insect taxa
Diane L. Larson, US Geological Survey; Sam Droege, U.S. Geological Survey; Jennifer L. Larson, Polistes Foundation; Deborah Buhl, U.S. Geological Survey
 Effects of honeybees on native bee communities in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana tallgrass prairie restorations
Neal R. Jankowski, Governors State University; Mary E. Carrington, Governors State University
 Habitat enhancements to boost pollinator diversity and pollination service in agricultural lands
Kimiora Ward, University of California, Davis; Neal M. Williams, University of California; Lindsey Hack, University of California; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University; Jason Gibbs, University of Manitoba; Julia N. Brokaw, Michigan State University
 Fine-scale plant community structure effects pollinator diversity and subsequent seed set in Ratibida columnifera
Leslie B. Yellow Hammer, University of North Dakota; Sami E. Swartz, University of North Dakota; Tiffany Huwe, University of North Dakota; Mia Park, University of North Dakota; Brett J. Goodwin, University of North Dakota; Kathryn A. Yurkonis, University of North Dakota
 Applying pollen DNA metabarcoding to the study of plant-pollinator interactions
Karen L. Bell, School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia; Julie Fowler, Emory University; Kevin S. Burgess, Columbus State University; Emily Dobbs, Emory University; David L. Gruenewald, Emory University; Brice Lawley, Emory University; Connor N. Morozumi, Emory University; Berry J. Brosi, Emory University
 Habitat fragmentation affects pollination and recruitment of mangroves in urban forests
Todd E. Minchinton, University of Wollongong; Tyge D. Hermansen, University of Wollongong; David J. Ayre, University of Wollongong
 Shared pollinators drive interactions between intentional urban plants and wild remnant plant populations
Andrea M. Fetters, University of Pittsburgh; Tia-Lynn Ashman, University of Pittsburgh
See more of: Contributed Posters