COS 165 - Pollination III

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
C125-126, Oregon Convention Center
1:50 PM
 Colony development and reproductive success of bumblebees in an urban gradient
Chatura Vaidya, University of Michigan; Kaleigh Fisher, University of California at Riverside; John H. Vandermeer, University of Michigan
2:10 PM
 Mixed signals: Innately attractive and learned volatile cues mediate bumblebee preferences for Mimulus guttatus flowers
Ariela I. Haber, University of Virginia; James W. Sims, ETH Zurich; Mark C. Mescher, ETH Zurich; Consuelo M. De Moraes, ETH Zurich; David E. Carr, University of Virginia
2:30 PM
 Species coexistence and the evolution of floral signals in California jewelflowers, Streptanthus
Sharon Y. Strauss, University of California, Davis; Marjorie G. Weber, Cornell University; N. Ivalu Cacho, UNAM; Martin Phan, UC Davis; Caprice M. Lee, Sonoma State University; Santiago Ramirez, University of California
2:50 PM
 The effect of removing numerically dominant, non-native honey bees on seed set of a native plant
Annika Nabors, University of California, San Diego; Henry J. Cen, University of California, San Diego; Keng-Lou J. Hung, University of California, San Diego; Joshua R. Kohn, University of California, San Diego; David A. Holway, University of California, San Diego
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Bees in trees: How do forest bees use floral resources?
Colleen M Smith, Rutgers University; Lucia Weinman, Rutgers University; Jason Gibbs, University of Manitoba; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers University
3:40 PM
 Farm management and landscape context interact to support crop pollinators
Charles C. Nicholson, University of Vermont; Insu Koh, University of Vermont; Leif Richardson, University of Vermont; Anna Beauchemin, USDA Exotic and Invasive Weed Research Unit; Taylor Ricketts, University of Vermont
4:00 PM
 Pollinator cognition in the real world: A new technique to measure floral preferences, leaning and memory in field settings
Anne S. Leonard, University of Nevada Reno; Felicity Muth, University of Nevada Reno
4:20 PM
 The pollen reward paradox
Jacob M. Heiling, North Carolina State University; Judith L. Bronstein, University of Arizona; Rebecca E. Irwin, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
4:40 PM
 Linking plant traits to the effects of heterospecific pollen receipt on plant fitness
Rainee Kaczorowski, University of Pittsburgh; Gerardo Arceo-Gomez, East Tennessee State University; Tia-Lynn Ashman, University of Pittsburgh
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