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Sessions for Saturday, August 13th, 2005
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Presentations for Session 37

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OrderDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
Tuesday, August 16th
2:00 pm to 5:15 pm · Salon A - Gov Ballroom/Hilton
Session 37: Contributed Papers: Reproduction, Growth, and Species' Relationships
Presiding: J. M. Coons, Eastern Illinois University
1August 16th
2:00 pm
Breeding system investigation of the endangered vine Ipomoea microdactyla Griseb. (Convolvulaceae)
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Ecological SectionPaperGeiger, John.breeding system
self-incompatibility
habitat fragmentation
2August 16th
2:15 pm
Factors limiting reproductive output in declining populations of the rare New England perennial Desmodium cuspidatum (Fabaceae)
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Ecological SectionPaperSkogen, Krissa.reproductive biology
rare plants
Fabaceae
conservation
3August 16th
2:30 pm
Selfing abilities of three fern species may contribute to differential colonization success in post-agricultural forests
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Ecological SectionPaperFlinn, Kathryn M..Ferns
mating systems
inbreeding depression
land-use history
colonization
4August 16th
2:45 pm
Phenology and pollen presentation in Michauxia campanuloides L
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Ecological SectionPaperAl-Zein, Mohammad, Musselman, Lytton John.secondary pollen presentation
dichogamy
Campanulaceae
Michauxia
5August 16th
3:00 pm
Does geographic, annual and diurnal variation inpollinator visitation definea generalist-pollinated plant?
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Ecological SectionPaperDavila, Yvonne C, Wardle, Glenda M.Apiaceae
generalist
insect visitation
pollination
pollinator assemblage
seed set
spatial and temporal variation
6August 16th
3:15 pm
Heritability and genetic correlation of nectar and floral traits in Nicotiana alata
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Ecological SectionPaperKaczorowski, Rainee L., Holtsford, Timothy P..heritability
genetic correlation
nectar traits
floral traits
Nicotiana
August 16th
3:30 pm
Break
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7August 16th
3:45 pm
Testing Causal Models for the Evolution of Dioecy using GIS, SEM and Microsatellites: The birds and bees of plant sex
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Ecological SectionPaperScobell, Summer, Schultz, Stewart.pollination evolution
dioecy
coevolution
GIS
Structural Equation Modeling
microsatellites
cacti
hummingbirds
8August 16th
4:00 pm
Heteroblasty, Growth, and Mortality in the Bromeliad Catopsis berteroniana (Schult f.) Mez
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Ecological SectionPaperGonsiska, Philip A..heteroblasty
Catopsis berteroniana
Bahamas
bromeliad
epiphyte
9August 16th
4:15 pm
Photosynthesis and survival in high-altitude, current-year seedlings of Abies fraseri in the southern Appalachian Mountains
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Ecological SectionPaperJohnson, Daniel M., Smith, William K..carbon gain
cotyledon
sunlight regime
microclimate
refugial populations
stand re-establishment
10August 16th
4:30 pm
Sugar and spice and everything nice: similar phenolic chemistry may not mean similar defense in an alpine willow shrub, Salix glauca
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Ecological SectionPaperDudley, Leah S..Salix glauca
phenolic defense
tri-trophic interaction
dioecy
11August 16th
4:45 pm
Edible Seaweed Succession and the Impact of Macroalgal Blooms on the Local Eelgrass (Zostera marina) Populations in the Chincoteague Bay
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Ecological SectionPaperHager, Holland, Mitra, Madhumi, Schwarz, Jurgen.succession
Chincoteague Bay Blooms Seaweeds Succession
12August 16th
5:00 pm
Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Invasive Aquatic Plant Populations in the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, Alabama
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Ecological SectionPaperCarter, Gregory A., Wells, Tami.Remote Sensing
Hyperspectral
Spectral reflectance
vascular plants
Invasive Species

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