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

COS 114 - Plant Physiology

Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
336, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Michael P. Fleming
8:00 AM
Observations on the relationship between above- and below-ground anthocyanins in Galax urceolata growing in sunny and shady locations
Howard S. Neufeld, Appalachian State University; Derick B. Poindexter, Appalachian State University; Paula F. Murakami, USDA Forest Service; Paul G. Schaberg, USDA Forest Service
8:20 AM
Provenance-level variation in mobile carbon pools corresponds to variation in ecophysiology, growth, and survival in Pinus flexilis seedlings from forest to alpine
Keith Reinhardt, Idaho State University; Cristina Castanha, Berkeley Lab; Matthew J. Germino, US Geological Survey; Lara M. Kueppers, University of California, Merced
8:40 AM
Comparisons in morphology, anatomy, and water relations of three evergreen shrubs in an eastern temperate forest understory
Sheri A. Shiflett, Virginia Commonwealth University; Donald R. Young, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
9:00 AM
Xylem transport of root-derived CO2: Is this pathway of respired CO2 important throughout the growing season
Doug P. Aubrey, University of Georgia; Robert O. Teskey, University of Georgia
9:20 AM
Comparing plant water relations and hydraulics between two halophytic Mojave Desert shrub species
Daisha C. Ortega, California State University Fullerton; H. Jochen Schenk, California State University Fullerton
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Xylem embolism repair under negative pressure in shrubs from arid to humid environments
Susana Espino, California State University Fullerton; Lauren M. Velasco, University of California, Riverside; Elizabeth C. Hessom, California State University Fullerton; Daisha C. Ortega, California State University Fullerton; Kerri Mocko, University of Connecticut; Hugo Martinez-Cabrera, University of Connecticut; Cynthia S. Jones, University of Connecticut; H. Jochen Schenk, California State University Fullerton
10:10 AM
Ozone-induced decreases in photosynthesis and transpiration: Modifying Farquhar and Ball-Berry models
Danica L. Lombardozzi, Cornell University; Gordon Bonan, NCAR; Samuel Levis, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Jed P. Sparks, Cornell University
10:30 AM
Plant Xylem as a membrane contactor:  A physical mechanism for embolism repair under negative pressure
H. Jochen Schenk, California State University Fullerton; Susana Espino, California State University Fullerton
10:50 AM
Best of both worlds: Gas exchange and hydraulics of shade and drought tolerant species Ruscus aculeatus and R. microglossum (Ruscaceae)
Alexandria Pivovaroff, UC Riverside; Rasoul Sharifi, University of California, Los Angeles; Lawren Sack, UCLA; Philip W. Rundel, University of California, Los Angeles
11:10 AM
Eco-evolutionary differences in light utilization traits help explain phytoplankton distribution patterns
Elena Litchman, Michigan State University; Anne Schwaderer, Michigan State University; Kohei Yoshiyama, Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo; Paula de Tezanos Pinto, University of Buenos Aires; Nathan G. Swenson, Michigan State University; Christopher A. Klausmeier, Michigan State University