COS 160 - Evolution: Selection And Adaptation III

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
D131, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 An experimental test of the effects of rapid evolution on species coexistence in the field
Martin M. Turcotte, University of Pittsburgh; Simon P. Hart, ETH Zurich; Jonathan M. Levine, ETH Zurich
1:50 PM
2:10 PM
 Two branches of the same tree: A comparative analysis of mammalian and plant vascular morphology
Alexander B. Brummer, University of Arizona; Elif Tekin, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine; Van M. Savage, UCLA; Imma Oliveras, University of Oxford; Brian J. Enquist, University of Arizona
2:30 PM
 Growing faster when it’s colder: Cinnabar moths invading subalpine areas rapidly evolve faster growth at extreme temperature
Monte Mattsson, Oregon State University; Linda P. Buergi, Oregon State University; Peter B. McEvoy, Oregon State University
2:50 PM
 The role of rapid adaptation in population establishment
Susan M. Magnoli, Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Effects of ecological context on the phenotypic divergence of stickleback ecotypes: A selection experiment
Rebecca J. Best, University of Northern Arizona; Miguel C. Leal, EAWAG; Moritz D. Lürig, EAWAG; Marek Svitok, Technical University in Zvolen; Philine G.D. Feulner, EAWAG; Ole Seehausen, EAWAG; Blake Matthews, EAWAG
3:40 PM
 Evolutionary responses to conditionality in species interactions across environmental gradients
Anna M. O'Brien, University of California, Davis; Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, University of California Davis; Ruairidh JH Sawers, LANGEBIO; Sharon Y. Strauss, University of California, Davis
4:00 PM
 Local adaptation in giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) to temperature and pH
Jordan A. Hollarsmith, University of California; Carolina Camus, Universidad de Los Lagos; Alejandro Buschmann, Universidad de Los Lagos; Edwin D. Grosholz, University of California
4:20 PM
 ­­­­­­Are bat populations infected with white-nose syndrome undergoing rapid natural selection?
Sarah A. Gignoux-Wolfsohn, Rutgers University; Malin L. Pinsky, Rutgers University; Nina Fefferman, University of Tennessee; Brooke Maslo, Rutgers University
4:40 PM
 Angiosperms evolved a higher mesophyll surface area per volume to maximize gas exchange surface under a low CO2 world
Guillaume Théroux-Rancourt, UC Davis; J. Mason Earles, Yale University; Matthew E. Gilbert, UC Davis; Maciej A. Zwieniecki, UC Davis; C. Kevin Boyce, Stanford University; Andrew J. McElrone, 4USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Craig R. Brodersen, Yale University
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