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

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Session S7-2

Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
Day: Sunday, Jan. 6, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Room: Continental Ballroom 5

Chairs: Adam Reitzel, Ann Tarrant

  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
13:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.1 LOUDON, FK; SPENCER, R-J*Egging each other on: embryonic communication in a nest maintains circadian rhythms of heart rate in turtles? 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
13:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.2 HEATH-HECKMAN, Elizabeth A.C.*; PEYER, Suzanne M.; MCFALL-NGAI, Margaret J.Symbiont luminescence entrains daily host-tissue rhythms through direct regulation of a host cryptochrome gene 
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
14:00  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.3 MEUTI, Megan E.*; DENLINGER, David L.The Role of Circadian Clock Genes in the Overwintering Diapause of the Northern House Mosquito, Culex pipiens  
  Sunday, Jan. 6  S7-2
Symposium: Keeping Time during Animal Evolution: Conservation and Innovation of the Circadian Clock
14:30  Continental Ballroom 5 S7-2.4 REPPERT, SMThe monarch butterfly reveals the prototype ancestral TTFL clock of insects: a focus on cryptochromes 




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