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Monday, July 23rd

Monday, July 23rd, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Grand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic Center
Session P: Contributed Posters: Physiology & Ecophysiology
PPE001July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterDoes vessel transport capacity influence leaf out time in woody species?Poster: Physiology & EcophysiologyQuick-Singh, Rishika; Montgomery, Rebecca; Savage, Jessica.xylem
phenology
leaf out
PPE002July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterFloral color dimorphism and anthocyanin in Ipomopsis aggregata: Fitness and resistance to UV radiation damage.Poster: Physiology & EcophysiologyDahl, Julian; Brown, Keirsten; Barbara, Lish; Heschel, M. Shane.Anthocyanin
UV
fitness
PPE003July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterUnderstanding freezing and drought resistance mechanisms in PooidaePoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyMelcher, Peter; Preston, Jill.Freezing
drought
fluorescence
stomata
PPE004July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterFlowering without leaves: Does stem hydraulic supply constrain floral water loss?Poster: Physiology & EcophysiologyMcMann, Natalie; Savage, Jessica.xylem hydraulics
floral
Physiology
stem hydraulics
flowers
Temperate trees
Woody Plants
PPE005July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterTrade-off and plasticity response of low nutrient, low rainfall adapted species to increased water and nutrientsPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyNielsen, Reina ; Drenovsky, Rebecca.Nutrient uptake
Climate change
Nitrogen deposition
Resorption
PPE006July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterThe spatial distribution of chlorophyll within leavesPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyBorsuk, Aleca; Brodersen, Craig.chlorophyll fluorescence
leaf optics
photosynthesis modeling
leaf microstructure
PPE007July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterGenetic mechanisms of freezing tolerance as a limitation in fitness in Arabidopsis thalianaPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyPalacio-López, Kattia; Oakley, Christopher.Freezing tolerance
local adaptation
Arabidopsis thaliana
CBF2
PPE008July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterScale-Down of Extraction Method and Validation of Assay to Quantify Total Glucosinolates in Brassicaceous Gypsum EndemicsPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyTuominen , L.K.; Reicholf, Rebecca; Drenovsky, Rebecca.Brassicaceae
edaphic adaptation
Glucosinolates
gypsum
method development
phytochemical assay
Specialized metabolism
sulfur
PPE009July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterTesting the Direct Effects of Secondary Metabolites on Vanessa carduiPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyLim-Hing, Simone; Mason, Chase.Secondary metabolites
lepidoptera 
toxicity 
herbivore 
Asteraceae 
PPE010July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterEffect of sulfide and lactic acid on cytochrome c oxidase activities in plant roots and catfish liverPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyQuispe, Naomi; Westerhaus, Kathryn; Kobayashi, Yasuhiro; Maricle, Brian.reed canarygrass
respiration
inhibition
PPE011July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterFoliar and whole-plant nutrition of gypsum floras from the USA and SpainPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyMuller, Clare; Palacio, Sara; Moore, Michael J.; Drenovsky, Rebecca.gypsum
Chihuahuan Desert
sulfur accumulation
PPE012July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterEvaluating Salinity Tolerance in Wild, Landrace, and Domesticated Helianthus annuusPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyTran, Vivian ; Temme, Andries; Donovan, Lisa.salinity
Abiotic Stress
Helianthus
Sunflower
Salt Tolerance
domestication
PPE013July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterUrban heterogeneity drives high phenotypic diversity in urban compared to rural populations of common ragweedPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyKostanecki, Adam; Gorton, Amanda J; Moeller, David A.urban evolution
genetic differentiation
heterogeneity
population biology
urban flora
PPE014July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterAdaptive evolution of Clarkia xantiana ssp. xantiana in response to the recent California droughtPoster: Physiology & EcophysiologyFaulkner, Alexai.adaptive evolution
stress adaptation
Climate change
relative growth rate
phenology
drought tolerance
Resurrection approach
Monday, July 23rd, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Grand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic Center
Session P: Contributed Posters: Physiology
PPH001July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterDifferential responses in Pennisetum glaucum (L) and Zea mays (L) cultivars under simulated drought stress conditionPoster: PhysiologyIwuala, Emmanuel.drought
biomass
Pennisetum glaucum
Antioxidants
Zea mays
PPH002July 23rd 5:30 pmGrand Ballroom - Exhibit Hall/Mayo Civic CenterGreening rate and photosynthetic development of leaves in corn and beanPoster: PhysiologyKriss , Tayler J; Maricle, Brian.chlorophyll fluorescence
greening
photochemistry
Leaf Development
gas exchange

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