Anolis Talks at 2011 Evolution Meetings

The meetings kick off tonight in stinkin’ hot Norman, Ok. From the program guide, here are the anole-themed talks. Can’t attend? Fear not–AA will keep you abreast of events as they unfold.

Sunday, 2:45 P.M. University A, Cox, Robert, Urbach, Davnah, Duryea,  M.C., Calsbeek, Ryan. Testing the adaptive significance of progeny sex-ratio bias in the brown anole lizard, Anolis sagrei.

Monday, 11:45, Oklahoma D, FUJITA, MATTHEW* – EDWARDS, SCOTT – PONTING, CHRIS

Unexpected homogeneity in GC content and divergent isochore structure in the Anolis lizard genome

Monday, 4:45, University C, STUART, YOEL* – CAMPBELL, TODD – LOSOS, JONATHAN

Rapid, replicated character displacement in small-island populations of Anolis carolinensis following invasion by a congeneric competitor

Tuesday, 11:30, University B
WATKINS, CHAD* – PIRES DA SILVA, ANDRE

The influence of transposable elements within the Anolis carolinensis Hox cluster

Tuesday 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM L4 Special
Lecture Oklahoma E

Fisher Award Lecture

4:00 MAHLER, D. LUKE* – REVELL, LIAM – GLOR, RICHARD – LOSOS, JONATHAN

Ecological opportunity and the rate of trait evolution in radiations of island anoles

Tuesday 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM L2 Special
Lecture Oklahoma E

Dobzhansky Prize Address

4:30 L2001 McGLOTHLIN, JOEL

The evolution of genetic architecture during adaptive radiation

Unfortunately, due to a scheduling/registration snafu not of his making, Ian Wang’s talk has been cancelled:

Monday, 11:45  WANG, IAN J

The effects of environmental variation and geographic isolation on genetic divergence in Anolis lizards

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1 Response to Anolis Talks at 2011 Evolution Meetings

  1. Rich Glor says:

    Awesome, thanks for all the updates JLo!

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