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Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Grand Salon A - D/Riverside Hilton
Session P: Contributed Posters: Ecophysiology Poster Session
Presiding: Peter Melcher, Ithaca College
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PEP001July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonThe effects of herbivory on leaf-level photosynthesis measured on wild tobacco plants
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Poster: EcophysiologyYongqian, Zhang; Griffin-Nolan, Robert; Donahue, Leanne; Guidi, Michael; Hamilton, Jason; Melcher, Peter.photosynthesis
electron transport
Imaging
plant-herbivore interactions
PEP002July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonA possible mechanism for increased performance of a xeric adapted big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) ecotype: nitrogen and chlorophyll content of leaves in reciprocal gardens across the Great Plains
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Poster: EcophysiologyMaricle, Brian; Gray, Miranda; Bryant, Johnny; Jensen, Amber; de la Cruz, Angel; Caudle, Keri; Olsen, Jacob; Baer, Sara; Knapp, Mary; Johnson, Loretta.Big bluestem
nitrogen
chlorophyll
photosynthesis
ecotypes
common gardens
PEP003July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonInfluence of precipitation on trichome densities in big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) ecotypes in Great Plains reciprocal gardens
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Poster: EcophysiologyCaudle, Keri; Johnson, Loretta; Baer, Sara; Maricle, Brian.Big bluestem
sand bluestem
ecotypes
trichomes
PEP004July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonTesting a method for in-situ measurements of stem hydraulic conductance in intact plants
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Poster: EcophysiologyTaylor, Sarah; Quick, Donald; Espino, Susana; Schenk, H..methodology
stem hydraulics
fieldwork
in-situ
sap flow
psychrometer
PEP005July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonWith changing global precipitation patterns, will the growth of prairie plants be more constrained by reduced rainfall frequency or reduced rainfall volume?
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Poster: EcophysiologySchneider, Adam; Kreiser, Molly; Nelson, Gregory; Lee, Tali.climate
change
physiology
ecology
Lupinus
Agropyron
precipitation
ecophysiology
greenhouse
Cedar Creek
prairie
grassland
PEP006July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonSeasonal water relations, gas exchange and morphology of co-occurring Salvia shrubs in southern California
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Poster: EcophysiologyStutzman, Nicole; Bobich, Edward; Ewers, Frank; Bozak, Kristin.coastal sage scrub
physiology
gas exchange
water relations
Salvia
PEP007July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonEffect of Biofertilization on Yield and Yield Component of Three Potato Cultivars (Solanum tuberosum L.)
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Poster: EcophysiologyAbdalla, Mohamed Aly.Potato
PEP008July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonNickel tolerance variation in five disjunct populations of Arabidopsis lyrata ssp. lyrata.
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Poster: EcophysiologyVeatch-Blohm, Maren; Roche, Bernadette.Arabidopsis lyrata
serpentine
PEP009July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonDo plants resorb labile forms of foliar calcium prior to leaf abscission?
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Poster: EcophysiologyCastro, Mary; Borer, Catherine; Sapp, Sarah Grace; Gamboa Salazar, Keilin.Cornus florida
Calcium
mineral nutrition
phenology
Quercus rubra
Resorption
Senescence
PEP010July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonPhysiological responses of the serpentine endemic Strepthanthus polygaloides (Brassicaceae) to varying levels of Ni and CO2
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Poster: EcophysiologyCrone, Emily; Morris, Catherine; Boyd, Robert; Watkins, James.hyperaccumulation
serpentine
photosynthesis
plant stress
PEP011July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonElemental analysis of vegetation in the selenium-rich Wind River Basin of Wyoming
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Poster: EcophysiologyErdmann, James; Roehrs, Zachary; Wangeline, Ami.Selenium
Wyoming
Astragalus
X-ray fluorescence
ICP-AES
PEP012July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonAntimicrobial Properties of Essential Oils Isolated from Anthoxanthum (Poaceae) Against Soil Bacteria
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Poster: EcophysiologyHildebrand, Terri; Tufte, Mary; Manwill, Preston; Kansagra, Harsh.soil microbes
essential oil
Kirby Bauer Diffusion Test
PEP013July 29th 5:30 pmGrand Salon A - D/Riverside HiltonAntimicrobial Properties and Composition of Essentials Oils Isolated from Ericameria linearifolia (Asteraceae)
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Poster: EcophysiologyManwill, Preston; Hildebrand, Terri; Weaver, Jared; Heyborne, Nathan; Weaver, Kim.ecophysiology
secondary metabolites
terpenes

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th, 10:15 am to 12:00 pm · Elmwood/Riverside Hilton
Session 27: Contributed Papers: Ecophysiology
Presiding: Peter Melcher, Ithaca College; Frank Ewers, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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27001July 30th 10:15 amElmwood/Riverside HiltonInstantaneous and long-term water use efficiencies in two pairs of Clarkia taxa with contrasting mating systems
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Oral PaperDudley, Leah; Emms, Simon; Hove, Alisa; Mazer, Susan.water-use efficiency
δ13C
plant mating systems
Clarkia
27002July 30th 10:30 amElmwood/Riverside HiltonPhylogenetic influences on leaf trait integration in Pelargonium: convergence, divergence and historical adaptation to a rapidly changing climate
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Oral PaperJones, Cynthia; Martinez-Cabrera, Hugo; Nicotra, Adrienne; Mocko, Kerri; Marais, Elizabeth; Schlichting, Carl.Pelargonium
functional leaf traits
trait integration
27003July 30th 10:45 amElmwood/Riverside HiltonPhysiological responses to drought reflect phylogenetic history in South African Pelargoniums (Geraniaceae)
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Oral PaperMocko, Kerri; Jones, Cynthia.South Africa
stomatal conductance
photosynthesis
water potential
experimental drought
isohydric
anisohydric
27004July 30th 11:00 amElmwood/Riverside HiltonEvolution of fine root morphology and anatomy in Helianthus (sunflowers)
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Oral PaperBowsher, Alan; Donovan, Lisa.roots
Helianthus
adaptation
trade-off
phylogenetically-independent contrasts
27005July 30th 11:15 amElmwood/Riverside Hilton
Canceled
Effects of extreme drought on photosynthesis and water potential of Andropogon gerardii (big bluestem) ecotypes in common gardens across Kansas
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Oral PaperMaricle, Brian; Caudle, Keri; Lindsey, Katelyn; Baer, Sara; Johnson, Loretta.
27006July 30th 11:30 amElmwood/Riverside HiltonRelating leaf phenology to vessel anatomy in native and exotic shrub species
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Oral PaperYin, Jingjing; Fridley, Jason; Smith, Maria; Bauerle, Taryn.Leaf phenology
vessel anatomy
exotic species
Native Species
DNA content
27007July 30th 11:45 amElmwood/Riverside HiltonDeterminants of maximum tree height in Eucalyptus along a steep climatic gradient in Victoria, Australia
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Oral PaperGivnish, Thomas; Farquhar, Graham.adaptive cross-over
δ13C
Eucalyptus regnans
maximum tree height
substrate rejuvenation

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