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Sessions for Friday, July 26th, 2019
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Sessions for Saturday, July 27th, 2019
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Sessions for Sunday, July 28th, 2019
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Sessions for Monday, July 29th, 2019
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Sessions for Tuesday, July 30th, 2019
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Sessions for Wednesday, July 31st, 2019
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Sessions for Thursday, August 1st, 2019
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Presentations for Session ECO1

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OrderDate/TimeTitleSection/TopicTypeAuthorsKeywords
Tuesday, July 28th
8:30 am to 12:00 pm · Tucson A/Starr Pass
Session ECO1: Contributed Papers: Ecology: Ecology 1: Species Interactions
Presiding: Rupesh Kariyat, University Of Texas, Rio Grande Valley; Margaret Devall, U.S. Forest Sevice
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ECO1001July 29th 8:30 amEffects of herbivore induced toxins in Solanaceae on the growth and development of a specialist herbivore
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EcologyOral PaperKariyat, Rupesh.plant defense
sap
spines
ECO1002July 29th 8:45 amThe stellate trichomes of Solanum species function in plant defense by damaging the gut lining of an insect herbivore
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EcologyOral PaperSerpi, Alexandra; Dennington, Nina; Stephenson, Andrew.biotic interactions
structure function
ECO1003July 29th 9:00 amLeveling the playing field: Mammalian herbivores weaken selection for earlier emergence but not larger seeds in two California grasses
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EcologyOral PaperWaterton, Joseph; Cleland, Elsa.Seed size
Emergence time
Competition
herbivory
Selection
ECO1004July 29th 9:15 amWhat’s eating Catopsis berteroniana on Andros, Bahamas?
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EcologyOral PaperKoptur, Suzanne; Gonsiska, Philip A..Bahamas
bromeliad
caterpillar
Catopsis
Dahana
herbivory
folivory
ECO1005July 29th 9:30 amThe Effects of Ericoid Mycorrhizal Fungi on Reproductive Traits of Vaccinium corymbosum
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EcologyOral PaperO'Neill, Erin; Brody, Alison.mycorrhizal fungi
Pollination
symbiosis
floral traits
ecology
ECO1006July 29th 9:45 amBreak
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Ecology
ECO1007July 29th 10:15 amHost species not functional group determines the performance of a parasitic plant
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EcologyOral PaperBrown, Max; Frachon, Natacha; Metherell, Chris; Moore, Paloma; Twyford, Alex.parasitic plant
parasitism
parasite
host specialisation
Orobanchaceae
Euphrasia
parasite fitness
local adaptation
ecology
ECO1008July 29th 10:30 amPollinator contribution to the yield of the new oil crop Brassica carinata
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EcologyOral PaperFenster, Charles.Pollination
Landscape ecology
Pollinator health
pollinator
crop yield
ECO1009July 29th 10:45 amWhy be different? Trait differences reduce competition within and among species in Proteaceae communities in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa
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EcologyOral PaperNolting, Kristen; Nolting, Kristen; Holsinger, Kent.Proteaceae
biodiversity hotspot
Species coexistence
functional traits
ECO1010July 29th 11:00 amGrowth and survival of the federally endangered Lindera melissifolia and Lindera benzoin, a possible competitor, in varying densities and hydrologic regimes
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EcologyOral PaperDevall, Margaret; Hawkins, Tracy; Schiff, nathan.schiff@usda.gov; Leininger, Ted.Endangered species
Competition
wetlands

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