95th ESA Annual Meeting (August 1 -- 6, 2010)

PS 19 - Species Interactions

Monday, August 2, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
The interactions between competition, predation, and phenotypic plasticity on the survival and growth of two Neotropical hylid tadpoles
Sergio C. Gonzalez, University of Florida; Justin C. Touchon, Vassar College; James R. Vonesh, Virginia Commonwealth University
Unintended effects of activated carbon in allelopathy studies
Nikki L. Pisula, Eastern Illinois University
Annual grass fungal endosymbionts decrease the vulnerability of symbiotic-free neighbors to Sypha maydis
Marina Omacini, IFEVA/CONICET, Faculty of Agronomy, Buenos Aires University, Argentine; Maximiliano Mallarini, FEVA/CONICET, Faculty of Agronomy, Buenos Aires University, Argentine; Cecilia Casas, IFEVA/CONICET, Faculty of Agronomy, Buenos Aires University, Argentine; Claudio M. Ghersa, IFEVA, School of Agronomy University of Buenos Aires, Conicet
Synergy between mechanisms operating at different times drive priority effects within a tadpole assemblage
Jason Hernandez, East Carolina University; David R. Chalcraft, East Carolina University
Black walnut and juglone toxicity: How strong is the evidence for the paradigmatic example of allelopathy?
Zac Cupler, Juniata College; Krista Leibensperger, Juniata College; Acer VanWallendael, Juniata College; Kim Eisenmann, Juniata College; Norris Z. Muth, Juniata College
The influence of rhizobia genotype on plant productivity in a sub population of legumes
Anna K. Simonsen, University of Toronto; John Stinchcombe, University of Toronto
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