COS 38 - Herbivory: Plant Defenses

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D133-134, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Effects of inbreeding and herbivore damage on gene expression in Solanum carolinense
Andrew G. Stephenson, The Pennsylvania State University; Jorge I. Mena-Ali, Franklin and Marshall College; Rupesh Kariyat, ETH Zurich
8:20 AM
 Optimal provisioning of mutualistic insects in sticky plant systems: Theory and field experiments
Eric F. LoPresti, University of California - Davis; Ian S. Pearse, United States Geological Survey
8:40 AM
 Effects of genotype and environment on the composition of foliar condensed tannins in aspen (Populus tremuloides)
Kennedy F. Rubert-Nason, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Phia Yang, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Ke Yuan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Richard L. Lindroth, University of Wisconsin - Madison
9:20 AM
 Host range expansion in emerald ash borer: What’s next on the menu?
Don Cipollini, Wright State University; Chad M. Rigsby, Wright State University; Donnie L. Peterson, Wright State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Effects of nodulation and salinity on the responses of soybean to herbivory
Germán Avila Sakar, The University of Winnipeg; John Markham, University of Manitoba; Sylvie Renault, University of Manitoba; Bruno Vargas Adorno, University of Manitoba
10:30 AM
 How herbivores consume plants: The implications of fixed versus proportional damage
Emily K. Mohl, St. Olaf College; Grant B. Kern, St. Olaf College; Jacqueline W. Nuzzo, St. Olaf College; George E. Heimpel, University of Minnesota
10:50 AM Cancelled
11:10 AM
 Competing herbivores disrupt predator-prey interactions at a regional scale
Carmen Blubaugh, Washington State University; William E. Snyder, Washington State University; Sanford Eigenbrode, University of Idaho
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