Contributed Oral Session 3: Herbivory: Plant - Herbivore Interaction
Monday, August 8, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM, Meeting Room 513 E, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
8:00 AM: Staley, Joanna*,1, Mortimer, Simon, Morecroft, Mike, Brown, Valerie, 1 Centre for Agri-Environmental Research, University of Reading, Reading, UK, Impacts of climate change on plant-mediated interactions between foliar and root-feeding insects.
8:20 AM: Murphy, Shannon1, 1 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, Use of ancestral and novel host plants by the Alaskan swallowtail butterfly (Papilio machaon aliaska): Adult preference and larval performance experiments fail to reveal host races.
8:40 AM: Stacey, Jocelyn*,1, Coupe, Malcolm1, Cahill, James1, 1 University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Aboveground insect herbivores suppress root growth in a native grassland.
9:00 AM: Sezen, Zeynep*,1, Shea, Katriona 1, 1 The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Patch characteristics of Carduus nutans affect movement of the insect herbivore Rhinocyllus conicus.
9:20 AM: Mooney, Kailen*,1, Agrawal, Anurag1, 1 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, Population dynamics of Aphis nerii and A. asclepiadis on milkweed (Asclepias syriaca): Influences of plant resistance traits, mutualists, and predators.
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9:50 AM: McEvoy, Peter*,1, Fitzpatrick, Greg1, 1 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA, Translating behavior into population dynamics in an insect-plant interaction revealed by biological weed control.
10:10 AM: Miller, Thomas*,1, Tyre, Andrew2, 1 School of Biological Sciences, Lincoln, NE, US2 School of Natural Resources, Lincoln, NE, US, Plant decisions and population dynamics of a cactus herbivore.
10:30 AM: Chediack, Ariadna*,1, Scriber, Mark1, 1 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA, Interactions of birds, arthropods, and sugar maple regeneration, a preliminary study.
10:50 AM: Auge, Harald*,1, Brandl, Roland2, Schaedler, Martin2, 1 UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Halle, Germany2 Philipps University Marburg, Marburg, Germany, Release from natural enemies and invasion success: An experimental test on goldenrod.
11:10 AM: Parker, John*,1, Burkepile, Deron 1, Hay, Mark1, 1 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, Plant invasions are suppressed by native herbivores but promoted by introduced herbivores.
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