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Oral Session #91: Mutualisms -- Facultative, conditional, and complex.
Presiding: W. Wilson
Thursday, August 8. 1:00 PM to 3:45 PM. Cochise Meeting Room, TCC.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] REITHEL, JENNIFER*,1,2, 1 University of California, Irvine, CA2 Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Crested Butte, CO. Host plant mediation of a conditional mutualism.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] van Ommeren, Ron*,1,2, Whitham, Thomas1, 1 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona2 Senna Environmental Services, Phoenix, Arizona. Conditional interactions between juniper and mistletoe mediated by shared avian frugivores: parasitism to potential mutualism.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Weeks, Jennifer*,1, 1 University Of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Conditionality in ant protection mutualisms: the role of resource availability.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Bronstein, Judith*,1, Richardson, Leif2, 1 Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Tucson, AZ2 Vermont Nongame and Natural Heritage Program, Waterbury, VT, 05671. The pollinator-robber spectrum.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] HOLLAND, JULIAN*,1, 1 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Demographic consequences of benefits, costs, and resource limitation to plants in a pollinating seed-consumer mutualism.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] . Break.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] SCHOWALTER, RACHEL*,1, HORVATH, SABINE1, COBB, NEIL1, 1 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. Nurse shrub nutrient enrichment facilitates pinyon pine development differentially across an edaphic stress gradient.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Kyllo, Damond*,1, 1 University Missouri-St Louis, St Louis, MO. Effects of mycorrhizae and light on plant performance and community structure of understory shrubs.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Gehring, Catherine*,1, Wolf, Julie1, Theimer, Tad1, 1 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona. Terrestrial vertebrates promote arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity and inoculum potential in a rainforest soil.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Umbanhowar, James*,1, McCann, Kevin1, 1 Dept. of Biology, Montreal, QC, Canada. Nutrients and light control the population dynamics of plant-mycorrhizal symbiosis.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Kummel, Miroslav*,1, 1 firstname.lastname@example.org, Ann Arbor, MI. Plant choice in ectomycorrhizae: Over and under-representation of Cenococcum on balsam fir along a light-gradient.