SICB 2013 Meeting, San Francisco, January 3-7, 2013

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Session S7-1

Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
Day: Sunday, Jan. 6, 8:00 am - Noon
Room: Continental Ballroom 5

Chairs: Adam Reitzel, Ann Tarrant

  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
08:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.1 M√úLLER, W.E.G. *; WANG, X.H. Metazoan circadian rhythm: an universal "Zeitgeber" existing from sponges to humans 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
08:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.2 REITZEL, A.M.*; TARRANT, A.M.Circadian clock of the starlet sea anemone Nematostella vectensis: a conserved network and missing links 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
09:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.3 LIWANG, A.*; CHANG, Y.-G.; TSENG, R. D.Rhythmic Ring-Ring Stacking Drives the Circadian Oscillator Clockwise 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
09:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.4 DE LA IGLESIA, Horacio O.; SMARR, B.*Finding A Temporal Niche 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
10:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.5 BATTELLE, Barbara-AnneWhat the clock tells the eye: Lessons from an ancient arthropod 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
11:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.6 MERRITT, DJ*; MAYNARD, AJSynchronization of circadian bioluminescence as a group-foraging strategy in cave glowworms 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-1
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
11:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-1.7 OLIVERI, P*; PETRONE , L; LERNER, A; MATTIELLO, TEvolution of animal clock: an echinoderm prospective  




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