COS 141 - Pollination II

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
C125-126, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Nectar resources for butterflies in prairie and oak savanna forbs
Helen J. Michaels, Bowling Green State University; Paige Arnold, Bowling Green State University
8:20 AM
 Consequences of shrub encroachment on a bee community
Julieta Bettinelli, University of New Mexico; Diane L. Marshall, University of New Mexico
8:40 AM
 Pollination in the spring geophyte Camassia: Connecting floral traits, pollinators, and habitats in new contexts
Susan Kephart, Willamette University; Racyne Parker, Willamette University
9:00 AM
 Pollinator-mediated interactions in experimental arrays vary with neighbor identity
Melissa Ha, Yuba College; Christopher T. Ivey, California State University, Chico
9:20 AM
 How do reward composition and floral display shape bumblebee constancy?
Jacob S. Francis, University of Nevada Reno; Anne S. Leonard, University of Nevada Reno
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Mycorrhizal fungi alter aboveground plant traits important to pollination and crop yield
Leif L. Richardson, University of Vermont; Alison K. Brody, University of Vermont; Taylor Ricketts, University of Vermont
10:10 AM
 Pollination networks, floral traits and fitness in Ipomoea
Mauricio Quesada, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); Martin H De Santiago-Hernandez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Silvana Martén-Rodríguez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); Martha E Lopezaraiza-Mikel, Universidad Autonoma de Guerrero; Ken Oyama, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
10:30 AM
 Size-based vital rates infer tradeoffs among workers in Bumble bee (Bombus vosnesenskii) colonies
Natalie Z. Kerr, Tufts University; Elizabeth E. Crone, Tufts University; Neal M. Williams, University of California
10:50 AM
 The matrix bee-loaded: A novel approach for estimating seasonal differences in colony sensitivity to worker mortality in honeybees
Natalie Lemanski, Rutgers University; Siddhant Bansal, Rutgers University; Nina Fefferman, University of Tennessee
11:10 AM
 The role of sunflower pollen in defending bees against parasites
Jonathan J. Giacomini, North Carolina State University; Lynn S. Adler, University of Massachusetts; Rebecca E. Irwin, North Carolina State University
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