PS 71
Latebreaking: Evolution

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
In the beginning: Phenotypic change in three invasive species through their first two centuries since introduction
Habacuc Flores-Moreno, University New South Wales; Edgar S. Garcia-Trevino, Imperial College London; Andrew D. Letten, University New South Wales; Angela T. Moles, University of New South Wales
Autophagy and isopenicillin N synthase gene expression in relation to Wolbachia abundance in the collembolan Folsomia candida
Li-Bo Hou, Yokohama National University; Tatsuro Otaki, Yokohama National University; Nobuhiro Kaneko, Yokohama National University; Taizo Nakamori, Yokohama National University
Simulated herbivory reveals both induced and constitutive strategies to resist herbivory in Plectritis congesta dependent on plant origin and associated natural herbivory rates
Cora L. Skaien, University of British Columbia; Ada I. Roman, University of British Columbia; Peter Arcese, University of British Columbia
Using next generation sequencing to detect evidence of selection on California oak seedlings growing in common gardens
Stephanie E. Steele, University of California, Los Angeles; Lynn C. Sweet, University of California, Santa Barbara; Frank W. Davis, University of California, Santa Barbara; Victoria L. Sork, University of California, Los Angeles
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