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EVOLUTION 2015 June 26, Fri

Imperial Independência

P. Isabel Nobre Ouro Preto Tupi Diamantina

Complex

J.Bonifácio/P.Leopoldina T.Cristina

26.06.2015

ASN/SSE/SSB

Joint Council

08:30 - 10:00

Meeting/Breakf

ast

10:00 - 10:30

ASN/SSE/SSB

10:30 - 12:00 Joint Council Meeting/Breakf 12:00 - 13:30 Societies 13:30 - 15:00 Lunch/Council individual 15:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 17:00 Stephen J. Gould lecture 17:00 - 18:00 18:00 - 19:00 Opening Reception (Exhibition Center) 19:00 - 21:00 EVOLUTION 2015 June 27, Sat Imperial P. Isabel Nobre Ouro Preto Tupi Diamantina Cinema J.Bonifácio/P.Leopoldina T.Cristina 27.06.2015 SSB -Prokaryote comparative SSE -The multiple Character Macroevolution 08:15 - 10:00 genomics, Hybridization I Education

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Logan Wyatt Cole A New Mathematical Model  for Ploidy Evolution and  13:45 Diploidizaton in Angiosperms Rosana Zenil‐Ferguson Comparative parasitology:  diversification of two  pinworms across a  14:00 widespread western North  American clade of rodents Kayce Bell Phylogeny, taxonomy, and  14:15 biogeography of  Madagascar’s tenrecs Kathryn Everson Progress in understanding  the phylogeny of higher flies  14:30 using transcriptome data Keith M Bayless Resolving the Avian Tree of  14:45 Life using Ultraconserved  Elements Noor White 15:00 Coffee Break Saturday June 27, 13:30 ‐ 15:00 PM Time J.Bonifácio/P.Leopoldina Symposiu m Ernst Mayr Symposium Species‐specific  biogeographic impacts of  15:30 Andean uplift on Neotropical  rainforest trees

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Alexander D. McKelvy Polyploid origin of coast  redwood (Sequoia  16:15 sempervirens) revealed by  Bayesian concordance  analysis Alison Dawn Scott Refining the picture of  hermit crab evolution  16:30 utilizing molecular  phylogenetic analysis.

Catherine Waggoner Craig Patterns of shape diversity  across ray‐finned fishes with  16:45 crowdsourced  morphometrics

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Calibrating the molecular  clock beyond cytochrome b:  14:45 assessing the evolutionary  rate of COI in birds

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Mitra Maria Eghbal Sebastian Höhna 14:15 Evolution of dispersal ability  Fast and accurate branch  increases invasion speed in  lengths estimation for  laboratory mesocosms phylogenomic trees Brad M. Ochocki Manuel Binet 14:30 Genome‐wide responses to  Short Tree, Long Tree, Right  a reverse selection  Tree, Wrong Tree: New  experiment between hot  Acquisition Bias Corrections  and cold environments in  for Inferring SNP Phylogenies Drosophila melanogaster Fernando Diaz Gonzalez Adam Leache 14:45 Experimental evolution in  Enriched sequencing libraries  Drosophila melanogaster:  from museum specimens  Effect of Wolbachia on  yields phylogenetically  evolution of virus resistance informative data using the  Illumina sequencing system.

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15:00 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Saturday June 27, 13:30 ‐ 15:00 AM Time Tupi Sessions Lightning Talks 13:30 Diversification and biogeography of the rattlesnakes (Viperidae: Crotalinae: Crotalus and Sistrurus)

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13:40 Evolutionary processes underlying reef fish latitudinal diversity gradient Alexandre Siqueira Corrêa 13:45 Morphological evolution subsequent to the colonization of a new landmass Timothy Sosa Multicultural Advancement in Science (MAS): Supporting marginalized students’ educational  13:50 trajectories and faculty mentorship Jonathan Charles Marshall 13:55 BIG4 network: training insect systematists of the future

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14:00 Integrating diverse data in comparative biology Luke Harmon Explaining the geographic spread of emerging viruses: a new framework for comparing viral  14:05 genetic information and environmental landscape data Simon Dellicour 14:10 Evolution of Ecological Niches in the Geositta Miners (Aves: Furnariidae: Sclerurinae) Vivian Ribeiro Phylogeny of the suckermouth armored catfishes (Siluriformes: Loricariidae) based on  14:15 mitochondrial genome Daniel A. Moreira The molecular phylogeny of Ellobiidae (Gastropoda: Panpulmonata) supports independent  14:20 terrestrial invasions Pedro Eduardo Romero Condori Saturday June 27, 13:30 ‐ 15:00 AM Time Tupi Sessions Lightning Talks 14:25 Molecular Phylogeny of Deer Flies (Diptera: Tabanidae: Chrysopsinae)

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Molecular phylogeny and Biogeography of Psomophis (Squamata: Dipsadidae) in Neotropical Dry  14:50 Diagonal Jéssica Fenker Antunes 14:55 Genomics of speciation: with gene‐flow or because of it?

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15:10 RWTY: An R package for visualizing convergence and agreement in phylogenetic MCMC chains Dan Warren Saturday June 27, 19:00 ‐ 21:00 PM Poster Session I Looking into the past – the reaction of three grouse species to climate change over the last million  PO‐133 years Radoslav Kozma Population connectivity of Agaricia lamarcki from mesophotic and shallow reefs between Puerto  PO‐220 Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Nick Hammerman Patterns of genetic variation in the Australian Grey Fantail complex: Rhipidura albiscapa and  PO‐241 Rhipidura phasiana Shaina Lu Phylogeography and paleodistribution of Passerines reveals different biogeographic histories  PO‐268 between two Neotropical Forests.





TRUJILLOARIAS/ NATALIA

PO‐282 Visual systems in South American cichlids Daniel Escobar Camacho PO‐332 Gene expression in diapause larvae of Tetrapedia diversipes (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Priscila Karla Ferreira dos Santos PO‐350 Persistent viral phylogeographic structure on a homogeneous landscape Trieste Musial Inference of population structure in the threatened foothill yellow‐legged frog, Rana boylii:  PO‐404 Preliminary results of RADseq analysis Muge Gidis Usefulness of mtDNA Control region for phylogenetic and phylogeographic studies in  PO‐442 bioluminescent Elateridae species (Coleoptera).

Vadim Viviani Recent populational expansion of the Neotropical spider Nephila sexpunctata (Araneae:  PO‐501 Nephilidae) from Chaco and Cerrado Luiz Filipe de Macedo Bartoleti PO‐510 Demographic history of major HIV‐1 subtype B pandemic clades circulating in Latin America.

Daiana Mir Da Silva PO‐528 Quantitative genetics of social interactions Devin Dobias PO‐548 Global and continental patterns of host specificity in avian haemosporidians Paulo Pulgarín PO‐577 Solanaceae biogeography: dispersal patterns over space and time Julia Guedes Rocha Dupin Evolution and conservation on top of the world: Phylogeography of the Marbled Water Frog in  PO‐594 protected areas of Chile Paola Sáez González Host associations and genetic diversity of avian chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera) from South  PO‐604 Africa Oona Takano Saturday June 27, 19:00 ‐ 21:00 PM Poster Session I Comparative gill transcriptomics and candidate genes for marine to freshwater transitions in South  PO‐619 American silverside fishes Lily Hughes PO‐652 Oxygen carriers in Annelida: the globins are not alone

ELISA MARIA COSTA E SILVA DE PAIVA

Mitochondrial genome evolution of the geranium family: Elevated substitution rates and reduced  PO‐657 genomic complexity Felix Grewe PO‐671 Evolutionary aspects of gene expression during Drosophila melanogaster spermatogenesis Júlia Beck Raíces Characterization of genes with detoxifying function in desert iguanas derived from de novo  PO‐672 transcriptome assemblies Juan C Santos PO‐679 APOE and APOA2 genetic diversity in Native South American populations Guillermo Reales Monteagudo PO‐680 Landscape demography: population dynamics across spatial scales Jessica Gurevitch Diversification and landscape genetics of Osteocephalus taurinus (Anura: Hylidae) in Central  PO‐682 Amazonia: Preliminary Results Diego Armando Ortiz PO‐690 Phylogeography and genetic structure of two Pitcairnia species (Bromeliaceae) Clarisse Palma da SIlva Conservation Genetics of the Endangered Southern Purple‐Spotted Gudgeon Mogurnda adspersa  PO‐692 (Teleostei, Eleotridae) Minami Sasaki Combining phylogeography and estimates of future climates to inform conservation of Bombus  PO‐700 pauloensis (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Elaine Aparecida Françoso Morphological Variation and Population Genetic Structure of Rhoadsia altipinna (Characidae:  PO‐704 Rhoadsiinae) in Southwestern Ecuador Windsor Aguirre Genetic divergences of western Atlantic marine organisms indicate strong Pleistocene influence by  PO‐710 the Amazon Barrier Naomi Silveira Lastrucci Reorganization of taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic ant biodiversity patterns after  PO‐713 conversion to rubber plantation in SE Asia Cong Liu Population genetic structure of Fregata magnificens (Aves, Suliformes) breeding colonies in the  PO‐719 Western Atlantic Ocean Andressa Nuss Population Genetic Structure of the Blue Shark Prionace glauca (Linnaeus, 1758) in the Atlantic  PO‐726 Ocean.

Juliana Beltramin De Biasi Saturday June 27, 19:00 ‐ 21:00 PM Poster Session I Population viability analysis in restoration areas using spatially explicit model and genetic  PO‐727 parameters Patricia Sanae Sujii Anonymous nuclear markers reveal taxonomical incongruences and long‐term disjunction in a  PO‐729 cactus species complex with continental‐island distribution.

Manolo Fernandez Perez Connectivity and genetic variability of the oceanic whitetip shark, Carcharhinus longimanus, using  PO‐730 mitochondrial DNA Sâmia Mouallem de Camargo PO‐735 High population structure and genetic diversity of the tiger shark in the western Atlantic Ocean Bruno Lopes da Silva Ferrette Diversification along the Amazonian flooded forests: Phylogeography of the Ash‐breasted Antbird  PO‐741 (Myrmoborus lugubris), based on mtDNA.

Gregory Thom Evolutionary genomics and transcriptomics of the adaptive radiation of Dysdera (Araneae) in the  PO‐742 Canary Islands Julio Rozas Historical biogeography of the Neotropical fish genus Mimagoniates Regan (Teleostei:  PO‐751 Characiformes: Characidae) based on a molecular approach Priscila Camelier de Assis Cardoso PO‐753 Congruence of phenotypic and genetic variation at the subspecific level in a Neotropical passerine Natalia Cristina García PO‐754 Comparative landscape genetics of two frog species from the Brazilian Chaco Gabriel Paganini Faggioni Diferential expression in kidney transcriptomes across an environmental gradient in the  PO‐756 Patagonian olive mouse (Abrothrix olivacea) Enrique Lessa PO‐757 Deconstructing amazonian river basins as biogeographic units Fernando Cesar Paiva Dagosta Origin, distribution and variation of cytotypes in mountain orchids from the ‘Zygopetalum  PO‐760 maculatum’ species complex Samantha Koehler Migration patterns of Prochilodus lineatus (Characiformes, Characidae) identified by morphometric  PO‐763 and molecular genetic markers.

Daniela José de Oliveira Event‐based phylogeographic reconstructions suggest that range expansions accompanied  PO‐765 transitions to serpentine soil in California.

Barbara Dobrin PO‐768 Population Genomics of Brazilian mountain lion (Puma concolor) Sonia Cristina da Silva Andrade PO‐770 Patterns of genetic structure of sweet and bitter manioc diversity across Brazilian Amazonia Alessandro Alves‐Pereira Saturday June 27, 19:00 ‐ 21:00 PM Poster Session I PO‐774 The Nuclear Receptors (NRs) of armoured catfish (Pterygoplichthys anisitsi, Loricariidae) Maithê Gaspar Pontes Magalhães PO‐781 Identifying conservation priorities in freshwater crabs Katie Davis A transcriptomic assessment of renal gene expression in natural populations of the Patagonian  PO‐784 long‐haired mouse Abrothrix hirta.

Guillermo D'Elia PO‐785 Wolbachia in Drosophila‐parasitoid communities from Rio de Janeiro.

Blanche Christine Bitner‐Mathé PO‐786 The effect of outbreeding and inbreeding in captive populations of tamarins Karla Verónica Chávez Rodríguez Comparative phylogeography of two lizards from central‐south Chile: congruences, rivers and  PO‐788 mountains.

Pedro F. Victoriano PO‐791 Conservation Genetics Jeannie Marie Mounger Signs of genetic introgression in natural populations of Cattleya xanthina (Orchidaceae) revealed  PO‐793 by sequencing two non‐coding fragments of cpDNA.

Viviane Silva‐Pereira Transcriptome analysis supports Rhodnius montenegrensis and Rhodnius robustus (Hemiptera,  PO‐802 Reduviidae, Triatominae) as distinct species.



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