COS 135 - Evolution: Selection And Adaptation II

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D131, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Does local drought adaptation in a native species facilitate the invasion of a drought sensitive pest via introgression?
Dietmar Schwarz, Western Washington University; Jennifer L Hill, University of New Hampshire; Christa Kohnert, Western Washington University; Keely A Hausken, Western Washington University; Neal J Shaffer, Western Washington University; Anna Marie Yanny, Western Washington University; Jeffrey L. Feder, The University of Notre Dame
8:20 AM
 Variation in ecological drivers of natural selection on defensive chemistry in a wild mustard
Lauren Carley, Duke University; Thomas Mitchell-Olds, Duke University
9:00 AM
 Genomic evidence of rapid adaptation to a novel freshwater environment
Mark R. Christie, Purdue Univeristy; Janna Willoughby, 915 W. State Street; Jacob A Tennessen, Oregon State Univeristy; Kim T. Scribner, Michigan State University
9:20 AM
 Functional traits and population dynamics of North American tree species in a phylogenetic and biogeographic context
Tao Zhang, University of Florida; Jeremy W. Lichstein, University of Florida; Miao Sun, University of Florida
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Understanding the evolution of competitors in a community context
Thomas E. Miller, Florida State University; Abigail I. Pastore, Florida State University; Olivia U. Mason, Florida State University; Erin J. Canter, Florida State University; Catalina Cuellar-Gempeler, Florida State University
10:10 AM
 Characterization of A. thaliana regrowth patterns suggests a tradeoff between fitness and damage tolerance
Daniel R. Scholes, University of Indianapolis; Erika N. Rasnick, University of Indianapolis; Ken N. Paige, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
10:50 AM
 Is adaptation of within-plant allocation of defenses constrained by plant physiology?
Stacy B. Endriss, Colorado State University; Andrew P. Norton, Colorado State University; Ruth A. Hufbauer, Colorado State University
11:10 AM
 Thermal reaction norms of life history traits exhibit cryptic genetic variation for more constrained traits
Robert M. McElderry, University of California, Los Angeles; Priyanga Amarasekare, University of California, Los Angeles
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