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You’re invited! The NC State Zoology and Botany Graduate Student Associations present. The 9 th Annual Zoology and Botany Graduate Student Research Symposium. Friday, March 24th, 2006 8am-3pm; reception following Talley Student Center, Blue Room.

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The 9 th annual zoology and botany graduate student research symposium

You’re invited!

The NC State Zoology and Botany Graduate Student Associations

present

The 9th Annual Zoology and Botany Graduate Student Research Symposium

Friday, March 24th, 2006 8am-3pm; reception following

Talley Student Center, Blue Room

8:00 Breakfast, Green Room, Talley Student Center

8:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks 

8:45 Emily Habinck

Correlated leaf traits among Arabadopsis thaliana ecotypes

9:00 Veronica Miller

Selected demography and population estimation of Trachemys scripta (yellow-bellied slider) in North Carolina as it relates to turtle harvesting

9:15 Jerome Brewster

Singing rates of ovenbirds and black-throated blue warblers

9:30 Wenheng Zhang

Gene duplication, selection, and rate of sequence evolution of PISTILLATA homologues in dogwoods

9:45 Brenda Wichmann

Unique non-alluvial wetlands of the North Carolina Mountains and Piedmont-quantitative analysis with implications for management and protection

10:00 Morning Break

10:15 Wade Wall

Vegetation of a North Carolina Coastal Plain Wet Savanna

10:30 Krishna Pacifici

Effects of vegetation on the detection process in auditory avian point count surveys

10:45 Allison Leidner

Using population genetic analyses to understand the impacts of habitat fragmentation on a rare butterfly

11:00 Scott Dobrin

Axons to Glia: “You light up my life”

11:15 Tim Langer

Private support is more than dollars, but those are nice too

11:30 Break

Noon: Lunch, Lobby of David Clark Labs

1:00 Open-Forum Poster Presentations (see poster list)

1:30 Felix M. Del Toro-Silva

Ecophysiology of fishes: interacting effects of oxygen and temperature on fish performance and nursery habitat quality

1:45 Shiloh Schulte

Improved nest survival of American Oystercatchers on the Outer Banks of North Carolina: Effects of Hurricane Isabel

2:00 Caitlin Elam

Flora and Plant Communities of Cool Springs Environmental Education Center, New Bern, North Carolina

2:15 Will Fields

Incorporating rainfall data into survey planning and PVA for salamanders

2:30 Susan Pate May

Impacts of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrum monilatum on three ecologically important shellfish species

2:45 Sunny Snider

Species interactions affect movement rates of two exotic snail species

3:00 Closing Remarks and Rewards

Reception following at 4 pm at the home of Nick Haddad, 406 Brooks Ave.

POSTERS (on display 8:30 am to 3 pm)

Christopher Butler

Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) feeding ecology and potential ecosystem effects during winter in North Carolina

Sumie Okuwa

How are terminal Schwann cells connected?

Becky Hylton

Effects of acid deposition, calcium depletion, and mercury toxicity on high elevation Southern Applachian songbirds and land snails

Nathan Tarr

The effects of vehicle disturbance on shorebirds at Cape Lookout National Seashore

Funded by the NCSU Department of Botany, Department of Zoology, Graduate School, UGSA, BGSA, ZGSA, and Student Senate

For more information, contact Allison Leidner,[email protected]; or Caitlin Elam, [email protected]


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