SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

For

Reporting Professional Activities

 

Reynolda Campus

2004-2005

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

BIOLOGY

 

Anderson, David

 

Fukuda. A., M. Katsuji, E. Hirano, M. Suzuki , H. Higuchi, E. Morishita, D. Anderson, S. Waugh, and R. Phillips.  2004.  BGDL-II a GPS data logger for birds.  Mem. Natl. Inst. Polar Res., Spec. Issue 58:234-245.

 

Morgan, S. M., L. D. Clifford, M. A. Ashley-Ross, and D. J. Anderson. 2004.  Variation in incubation temperatures in Nazca boobies: evidence for a critical period.  J. of Avian Biology 35:416-424.

 

Steeves, T. E, D. J. Anderson and V. L. Friesen.  2004.  A role for non-physical barriers to gene flow in the diversification of a highly vagile seabird, the masked booby (Sula dactylatra). Molecular Ecology 0 doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2005.00906.

 

Anderson, D. J., E. T. Porter, and E. D. Ferree.  2004.  Non-breeding Nazca boobies (Sula granti) show social and sexual interest in chicks: Behavioural and ecological aspects.  Behaviour 141:959-978.

 

Ferree, E. D., M. C. Wikelski, and D. J. Anderson.  2004.  Hormonal correlates of siblicide in Nazca boobies: support for the challenge hypothesis.  Hormones and Behavior 46:655-662.

 

Browne, Carole

 

Lecture Activities to accompany Audesirk’s Life of Earth text

 

Browne, Robert

 

Arbogast, BS, RA Browne, PD Weigl, and GJ Kanagy. 2005. Conservation genetics of endangered flying squirrels from the Appalachian mountains of eastern North America. Animal Conservation 8: 1-11.


Conner, William

 

Douglas, H. D., J. E. Co., T. H. Jones, and W. E. Conner 2004. Interspecific differences in Aethia spp. auklet odorants and evidence for chemical defense against ectoparasites. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30(10):1921-1935.

 

Yack, J, Timbers, T.A., W.E. Conner, Aniello, A. and F. Schroeder 2004. Defensive Flocculent Emissions in a Tiger Moth Homoeocera stictosoma (Arctiidae, Arctiinae). J Lepidopterists’ Society 58(3):1-5.

 

Douglas, H.D., J. E. Co, T. H. Jones, W. E. Conner, and M. Day. 2005. Chemical odorant of colonial seabird repels mosquitoes. Journal of Medical Entomology (in press)

Hristov, N. and W. E. Conner 2005. Sound Strategy: Acoustic Aposematism is the Bat-Tiger Moth Arms Race. Naturwissenschaften (Online Version April, 2005)

Hristov, N and W. E. Conner 2005. Effectiveness of Tiger Moth (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae) Chemical Defenses Against an Insectivorous Bat (Eptesicus fuscus). Chemoecology (in press, June 2005)

 

Jordan, A, T. H. Jones, W. E. Conner 2005. If You’ve Got It Flaunt It: Ingested Alkaloids Affect Corematal Display Behavior in the salt marsh moth Estigmene acrea (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae). Journal of Insect Science 5:1.

 

Invited Seminar in the Neuroscience Program at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

 

Invited Seminar in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

 

Eure, Herman

 

Article in Wake Forest Publication (QWake) entitled “A Trek Worth Taking”, A visit to Old Wake Forest.  Reprinted in Old Gold and Black and in the Birth Place Publication of Old Wake Forest.

 

Fahrbach, Susan

 

Fahrbach, S.E. (2004) What arthropod brains say about arthropod phylogeny. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101:3723-3724.

 

Fahrbach, S.E., Nambu, J., and Schwartz, L.M. (2005) Programmed cell death and remodeling of neuromuscular systems during metamorphosis. In: Comprehensive Molecular Insect Science, edited by Larry Gilbert, Sarjeet Gill, and Kostos Iatrou. Elsevier, Oxford, UK. Volume 2, pp. 165-198.


Kuhn, Raymond

 

Everhart, M. E., R. E. Kuhn and D. A. Zelmer.  2004.  Infrapopulation dynamics of a wild strain of Taenia crassiceps (WFU)(Cestoda:Taeniidae) in Balb/c mice.  Journal of Parasitology 90(1):79-84.

 

Willms, K, L. Robert, J. A. Jimenez, M. Everhart and R. E. Kuhn.  2004. Ultrastructure of spermiogenesis and the spermatozoon in Taenia crassiceps strobilae WFU strain (Cestoda, Cyclophyllidea, Taeniidae) from golden hamsters. Parasitol Res. 93(4):262-7.

 

Johnson, A. Daniel

 

Johnson AD. 2005. Morphological and Molecular Methods for Creating Phylogenetic Trees. Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (in press).

 

Moretz CM, Awkerman J, Thorington K. Johnson AD. 2005. Building an Ecosystem with a Semester– Long Lab Writing Project. Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (in press).

 

Johnson, Erik

 

Johnson EC, Shafer OT, Trigg JS, Park J, Schooley DA, Dow JA, Taghert PH. (2005). A novel diuretic hormone receptor in Drosophila: evidence for conservation of CGRP signaling. J Exp Biol. 208:1239-46.

 

Bodmer, R., Wessels, R.J., Johnson, E.C., and H. Dowse. (2004). Heart Development and Function. In Comprehensive Molecular Insect Science.(Vol. 2)  L.I. Gilbert, K. Iatrou, S. Gill eds. Volumes 1-7, Elsevier (In press)

 

Shafer, O., Johnson, E., Mertens, I., Vaningenen, A., Li W., Schoofs, L., and P. Taghert. (2005). Identification of a G protein-coupled receptor for the pigment dispersing factor neuropeptide: implications for circadian output. Proc. 46th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, San Diego, CA

 

Kron, Kathleen

 

McGuire, A. F. and K. A. Kron.  2005.  Phylogenetic relationships of European and African heathers (Erica, Ericeae, Ericoideae, Ericaceae).  International Journal of Plant Science. 166: 311-318.

 

Lens, F., K. A. Kron, J. L. Luteyn, E. Smets, and S. Jansen.  2004.  Comparative wood anatomy of the blueberry tribe (Vaccinieae, Ericaceae s.l.).  Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 91: 566-592.

 

Kron, K. A.  2003 (2004).  Phylogenetic relationships and major clades of Rhododendron (Rhodoreae, Ericoideae, Ericaceae).  Pp. 79-85.  In: Argent, G. and M. McFarlane (eds) Rhododendrons in horticulture and science.  Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

 

Lane, Hugo

 

“Leadership Workshop” In:  THE ADVISOR, Vol. 23, No. 3, pages 8-11. September 2004

 

Muday, Gloria

 

Buer, CS, and Muday, GK (2004) The transparent testa4 mutation prevents flavonoid synthesis and alters auxin transport and the response of Arabidopsis roots to gravity and light. Plant Cell, 16: 1191-1205.

 

Sun, H, Basu, S, Brady, SR, Luciano, RL, and Muday, GK (2004)  Interactions between auxin transport and the actin cytoskeleton in developmental polarity of Fucus distichus embryos in response to light and gravity. Plant Physiol.: 135:  266-278

 

Silman, Miles

 

Peters, H., A. Pauw, M. R. Silman, and J. Terborgh. 2004. Falling palm fronds structure tropical rain forest plant communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B (Suppl.) 271, S367-S369

 

Wyatt, J. L. and M. R. Silman. 2004. Distance-dependence in two Neotropical palms: effects of spatial and temporal variation in seed predator communities. Oecologia 140:26-35.

 

Bush, M. B. and M. R. Silman. 2004. Observations on Late-Pleistocene cooling and precipitation in the Neotropics. Journal of Quaternary Science 18(7): 677-684.

 

M. R. Silman, A. Araujo Murakami, H. Pariamo, M. Bush, D. Urrego. 2005. Changes in tree community structure at the southern limits of Amazonia: Manu and Madidi. Ecologia Bolivia.

 

Johnson, D. M., W. K. Smith and M. R. Silman. 2005. Elevation, CO2, and plant functions characters: comment.  Geology.

 

Smith, William

 

Smith, W. K., T. M. Vogelmann, C. Critchley. 2004 (eds). PhotosyntheticAdaptation:Chloroplast to Landscape. Springer, New York. 316pp.

 

Hasselquist, N.J.  M. Germino, T. McGonigle, and W. K. Smith. 2005.  Variability of Cenococcum colonization and its ecophysiological significance for young conofers at alpine-treeline. New Phytologist 165:867-873.

 

Abdaladze, O., Akhalkatsi, M., Nakhutsrishvili, G., Smith, W.K. (2005). Some morphological features of Betula litwinowii in the upper tree line of the Central Greater Caucasus.  Proceedings of the Georgian Academy of Sciences,  Biol. Ser. B: 3-11.

 

Smith WK, CR Brodersen, TE Hancock and DM Johnson (2004) Integrated plant temperature measurements using heat-sensitive paint and color image analysis. Functional Ecology 18, 148-153. 

 

Johnson DM, MJ Germino and WK Smith (2004) Abiotic factors limiting photosynthesis in Abies lasiocarpa and Picea engelmannii seedlings below and above the alpine timberline. Tree Physiology 24, 377-386. 

 

Hunt ER Jr., RD Kelly, WK Smith, JT Fahnestock, JM Welker (2004) Estimation of Carbon sequestration by combining remote sensing and net ecosystem exchange data for northern mixed-grass prairie and sagebrush-steppe ecosystems.  Environmental Management Online DOI: 10.1007/s00267-003-9151-0.

 

Hill, JP, CJ Willson, and WK Smith. (2004). Morphotypic differentiation in a homogeneous sagebrush steppe generates islands of reproduction. Plant Ecology 36:467-479.

 

Johnson, D.M., W.K. Smith, and M. Silman 2005. Climate-independent paleoaltimetry using stomatal density in fossil leaves as a proxy for CO2 partial pressure: Comment.  Geology, (on line Forum, Apr. 18, 2005).

 

Johnson, D.M., W.K. Smith. 2005. Leaf architecture, incident light direction, and mesophyll fluorescence profiles inside a broadleaf, conifer needle and cotyledon. 2005. American Journal of Botany, in press (June, 2005).

 

Brodersen, C.R., M.J. Germino, and W.K. Smith. 2005. Photosynthesis during an episodic drought in Abies lasiocarpa and Picea engelmannii across an alpine treeline.  Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, in press (June, 2005).

 

Smith, WK and DM Johnson. (2005) Biophysical effects of altitude on plant gas exchange. In             Biophysical Plant Ecology: Perspectives and Trends. Springer, NY, in press (June, 2005).

 

Smith, W.K., T.C. Vogelmann, and C. Critchley. 2004. Chapter 1: Introduction. In PhotosyntheticAdaptation:Chloroplast to Landscape. Springer, New York. 316pp.

 

Smith, W.K., P.S. Nobel, W.R. Reiners, T.C. Vogelmann, and C. Critchley. 2004. Chapter 11: A Synthesis. In PhotosyntheticAdaptation:Chloroplast to Landscape. Springer, New York. 316pp

 

Tague, Brian

 

Tague, B. W., Brian Ferguson, Sara Homsi, Ronald K. Neil, Kendrah Kidd-Pettit. (2004) Floral Induction in the Biennial Crucifer, Barbarea verna. Flowering Newsletter 37: 24-31.

 

Zeyl, Clifford

 

Zeyl, C.  2005.  The number of mutations selected during adaptation in a laboratory population of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Genetics, published electronically ahead of print 3/2/05.  Also listed in 2003-2004 report.

 

Grimberg, B. and C. Zeyl.  2005. The effects of sex and mutation rate on adaptation in test tubes and to mouse hosts by Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Evolution 59: 431-438.

 

 

II.  Papers and Presentations

 

BIOLOGY

 

Anderson, David

 

Awkerman, JA, A Fukuda, H Higuchi, and DJ Anderson. Foraging activity and submesoscale habitat use of waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata) during the chick brooding period. Third International Albatross and Petrel Conference, Montevideo, Uruguay, 23-27 August 2004.

 

Awkerman, JA, KP Huyvaert, DJ Anderson.  Egg rescue increases hatching success in mobile-incubating waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata). Pacific Seabird Group and Waterbird Society Meeting, Portland Oregon, 19-23 January 2005.

 

Huyvaert KP, DJ Anderson, and PG Parker. Sexual promiscuity and correlates of extrapair paternity in waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata). International Albatross and Petrel Conference, Montevideo, Uruguay, August 2004.

 

Huyvaert KP, DJ Anderson, and PG Parker. The social and genetic dynamics of promiscuity in waved albatrosses. American Ornithologists’ Union, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, August 2004.

 

Maness, TJ, MA Westbrock, and DJ Anderson.  Ontogeny of the sex ratio in Nazca Boobies. Joint meeting of the Waterbird Society and Pacific Seabird Group, Portland, Oregon, January 2005.

 

Steeves T, D Anderson, and V Friesen.  A role for non-physical barriers to gene flow in the diversification of a highly vagile pantropical seabird, the masked booby (Sula dactylatra).  Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference 2005, Auckland, New Zealand, 19-23 June 2005

 

Westbrock, MA and DJ Anderson.  Overproduction of daughters by mothers in poor condition in Galápagos Nazca boobies: adaptation or constraint?  Joint meeting of the Waterbird Society and Pacific Seabird Group; Portland, OR.  January 2005.

 

Ashley-Ross, Miriam

 

Chadwell, B.A., Hutcheson, J.L. and M.A. Ashley-Ross.  Changing the shape of things: elevating the median fins alters the lateral profile of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides). Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Diego, CA, January 2005. Abstract published in Integrative and Comparative Biology, 44(6): 682.

 

Walthall, J.C. and M.A. Ashley-Ross.  Postcranial myology of the California newt, Taricha torosa. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Diego, CA, January 2005. Abstract published in .Integrative and Comparative Biology, 44(6): 759.

 

Browne, Robert

 

Invited Presentation (all expenses paid), International Congress on the Brine Shrimp, Artemia, Lake Urmia, Iran (cosponsored by the European Economic Commission Academic Forum). September, 2004

 

Conner, William

 

XXII International Congress of Entomology in Brisbane, Australia August, 2004. Bat-Moth Interactions: Tiger moth calls and acoustic mimicry?

 

Dimock, Ronald

 

Rogers-Lowery, C. L., and R. V. Dimock, Jr., Antibody-mediated immune response of fish during development of acquired resistance against larvae of freshwater mussels. Ann  Mtg., Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Diego, CA,  Jan 3-8

 

Rogers-Lowery, Constance L. and Ronald V. Dimock, Jr.  Changes in protease activity of fish skin mucus during development of acquired resistance to larvae of freshwater mussels, Association of Southeastern Biologists, Florence, AL, April 13-16

 

Dimock, Ronald V., Jr. and David C. Aldridge.  Something is very fishy about these mussels:  the symbiosis of European bitterling and their unionid hosts. Association of Southeastern Biologists, Florence, AL, April 13-16

 

Eure, Herman

 

March 24, 2005 – “The Effects of Temperature, Season, and Latitude on the Population Dynamics of Two Enteric Parasites in a South Carolina reservoir”.  Invited speaker at Francis Marion University,  Florence, SC, Department of Biology.

 

Fahrbach, Susan

 

Velarde, R.A., Robertson, G.E., and Fahrbach, S.E. (2004) A candidate extra-ocular photoreceptor in the honey bee brain. International Congress of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry, La Jolla, CA, July 2004.

 

Ismail, N., Robinson, G.E., and Fahrbach, S.E. (2004) Pilocarpine treatment increases the volume of mushroom body neuropil in Apis mellifera. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2004.

 

Velarde, R.A., Robertson, H. M., and Fahrbach, S.E. (2004) Expression of pteropsin in the honey bee brain. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2004.

 

“How the Honey Bee Brain Grows Up: Plasticity of Brain and Behavior in a Naturalistic Context.” Symposium presentation at the 31st Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 25, 2004.

 

“How the Bee Brain Grows Up,” and “What the Bee Brain Sees: Visual and Non-visual Opsins of Honey Bees.” Two presentations at the 20th Annual Perspectives in Biology Symposium, Department of Biology, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, November 6, 2004.

 

“How the Honey Bee Brain Grows Up,” Keynote Speaker, Elon University, Beta Beta Beta Biology Honor Society (Sigma Mu chapter) Ceremony of Induction, March 30, 2005.

 

Johnson, A. Daniel

 

Presentation: “Introduction to Biohazards.” Biological Emergency Response Team Training Program; Winston–Salem, NC; Mar. 24, 2005.

 

Presentation: “Building an Ecosystem with a Semester–Long Lab Writing Project.” 26th Association of Biology Laboratory Educators’ Annual Meeting; Bowling Green, OH; Jun. 11, 2004.

 

Presentation: “Systematics, Morphological, and Molecular Phylogenies.” 26th Association of Biology Laboratory Educators’ Annual Meeting;  Bowling Green, OH; Jun. 10, 2004.

 

Johnson, Erik

 

Shafer, O., Johnson, E., Mertens, I., Vaningenen, A., Li W., Schoofs, L., and P. Taghert. (2005). Identification of a G protein-coupled receptor for the pigment dispersing factor neuropeptide: implications for circadian output. Proc. 46th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, San Diego, CA

 

Kron, Kathleen

 

Kron, K. A. , E. Ann Powell, and Catherine Bush. Resolving relationships within Ericoideae (Ericaceae) using chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences. Botany 2004 Conference, Snowbird, Utah.  August 3, 2004.

 

Bush, C.M. and K. A. Kron. “Rose of the Andes” Revealed: A Phylogenetic Analysis of Bejaria. Botany 2004 Conference, Snowbird, Utah.  August 3, 2004.

 

McGuire, A. F. and K. A. Kron.  Evolutioinary relationships of European and African Heathers (Erica, Ericoideae, Ericaceae). Botany 2004 Conference, Snowbird, Utah.  August 3, 2004.

 

Lamb-Frye, A. S. and K. A. Kron.  Phylogenetic relationships of Eriogoniodeae (Polygonaceae) based on chloroplast DNA sequences. Botany 2004 Conference, Snowbird, Utah.  August 4, 2004.

 

Kuhn, Raymond

 

Thirty-first Fancy Gap Immunoparasitology Workshop, Oct. 2004:  “Lack of detection of feminization in male mice infected with larval Taenia crassiceps.  J. Aldridge and R. Kuhn.

 

Annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists, San Diego, Nov. 2004.  CPG-ODN stimulates protective immunity against larval Taenia crassiceps.  J. Aldridge, R. Spolski, M. Jennett and R. Kuhn.

 

Silver, Wayne

 

Allgood S. and Silver W.L. (2004) THE EFFECT OF capsaicin/vanilloid receptor BLOCKERS ON PERIPHERAL TRIGEMINAL NERVE RESPONSES TO IRRITANTS Presented at the fourteenth International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste. Kyoto, Japan.

 

Allgood S. and Silver W.L. (2005) PERIPHERIAL TRIGEMINAL NERVE RESPONSES TO A HOMOLOGOUS SERIES OF CARBOXYLIC ACIDS. Presented at the Twenty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences. Sarasota, FL.

 

Alimohammadi H. and Silver W. L., (2005) TRIGEMINAL NERVE RESPONSES TO PUNGENT SPICES. Presented at the Twenty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences. Sarasota, FL.

 

Smith, William

 

Johnson, D. M. and W. K. Smith. 2004. Light absorption and chlorophyll distribution patterns in different leaf types measured using chlorophyll fluorescence. Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America. August 5-8, 2004. Salt Lake City, USA. (Best Student Paper in Physiology Section).

 

Akhalkatsi M. 2004. Global warming effect on birch seedling establishment at treeline in the Central Caucasus”. , Botanikertagung 2004, September 5-11, 2004, Braunschweig, Germany. Abstract p. 386. (Co-authors - Abdaladze O., Nakhutsrishvili G., Smith W. K.).

 

Akhalkatsi M. 2004. Mechanisms of Treeline Stability in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia: Low-temperature Photoinhibition and Interspecific Facilitation. Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America. August 5-8, 2004. Salt Lake City, USA. (Co-authors - Abdaladze O., Smith W.K., Nakhutsrishvili G.).

                                                                                          

Invited Plenary Lecture: Smith, W.K. 2004. Form/structure versus metabolic adaptations in conifer photosynthesis: cells to landscapes. 13th Annual Photosynthesis Congress, Sept. 5-9, Montreal, Canada. (non-presenter for two other oral papers and one poster).

 

Hasselquist, N.J.  M. Germino, T. McGonigle, and W. K. Smith. 2004.  Differences in ectomycorrhizal infection of conifer seedlings across an alpine-treeline ecotone: relative importance of variation in soil properties and microclimate. Ecological Society of America meetings, Aug. 12-16, Seattle, Washington.

 

Snow, A G. and W. K. Smith. 2004. Impact of extreme episodic storm events on primary dune species of barrier islands: the threatened species Amarathus pumilus. First National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration scheduled December 6-10, 2004 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida at the Wyndham Palace Resort.

 

Zeyl, Clifford

 

Invited Speaker, Huggins Science Seminar, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 05/04 - 05/06/2005.

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

BIOLOGY

 

Anderson, David

 

California Bay-Delta Authority, 16 hrs

 

Ashley-Ross, Miriam

 

Chair of the committee and representative of the Division of Vertebrate Morphology to the Public Affairs Committee of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology

 

Conner, William

 

Chairman of the Educational Committee of the Lepidopterists’ Society of America

 

Curran, James

 

NIH, two grant study section panels (GGG-J).  A total of four days effort.

 

Dimock, Ronald

 

Treasurer, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (2nd 3-yr term)

 

Chair, Finance Committee, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology

 

Member Executive Committee, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology

 

Eure, Herman

 

Consulting Editor, Journal of Parasitology of the American Society of Parasitology (ASP)

 

Member, Marc Dresden Travel Awards Committee (ASP)

 

Member of the Judges Panel of the Marc Dresden Outstanding Student Presentation Awards Committee, American Society of Parasitology, June 2005, Philadelphia, PA.

 

American Institute of Biological Sciences

 

Fahrbach, Susan

 

Hormones and Behavior, Editorial Board member

 

Journal of Comparative Neurology, Editorial Board member

 

Advisory Board Member, Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

 

Candidate for President of Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology (election-in-progress)

 

Member, National Science Foundation GK-12 Panel, Biology 2 (met at NSF headquarters in Arlington, VA, August 5-6, 2004). 20 hours advance preparation plus two day meeting.

 

Kron, Kathleen

 

Editorial Board of the Edinburgh Journal of Botany 1995-present

 

Editorial Board of the Rhododendron Species Journal   2005

 

Council Member, American Society of Plant Taxonomists

 

Chair of the Awards Committee, American Society of Plant Taxonomists (oversees graduate travel awards,   awards of service and merit, and best presentation awards at annual meetings with over 1000 attendees and several hundred participants).

 

Member of International Search committee for  Special Professorship positions at the Botanical Institute and the University of Copenhagen.  Approximately 45 hours.

 

Kuhn, Raymond

 

Editorial Board:  Veterinary Parasitology

 

Lane, Hugo

 

Past-President, NAAHP (National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions

 

NAAHP Liaison to Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) GSA – Steering Committee

 

NAAHP Liaison Coordinator

 

NAAHP Ethics Committee (Chair)

 

Outside reviewer for Belmont Abbey College Biology Department   - 25 hours

 

AAMC Group on Student Affairs – Advisor Information Services Task Force   - 4 hours

 

McCauley, Anita

 

Meredith College, instruction in the use of their new SEM, 30

 

Silman, Miles

 

Lyonia, Journal of the University of Hawaii Lyon Herbarium, Editorial Board

 

The Ecological Society of America W. S. Cooper Award Selection Committee

 

Working group member, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) Workshop (3rd of 3). , Ecological and evolutionary patterns in Neotropical rainforest communities: interspecific life history variation in relation to habitat and phylogeny.  (1 week).

 

Silver, Wayne

 

Nominating Committee: Association for Chemoreception Sciences

 

Smith, William

 

Editorial Board, Tree Physiology

 

Editorial Review, Board Eurasian Journal of Forestry

 

Lead Editor, Scaling Photosynthesis from the Chloroplast to the Landscape, Physiological Ecology Series, Academic Press, NY (with TC Vogelmann and C Critchley).


 

IV.  External Grants Received

 

BIOLOGY

 

 

Anderson, David

 

$16,693.          “Long-line Fishing in the Galapagos Marine Reserve:  Evaluating and Mitigating Effects on the Endemic Waves Albatross.”  Swiss Friends of Galapagos.

 

 

Ashley-Ross, Miriam

 

$199,688         “From water to land:  salamanders as a model for understanding the evolution of tetrapod locomotion”.  NSF. (continuing grant)

 

 

Conner, William

 

$10,000.          “Chemical Ecology of the tiger mother genus, Utetheisa and its Tournefortia hostplant complex in the Galapagos Islands.”  National Geographic Society.

 

 

Fahrbach, Susan

 

$37, 605          “Functional Genomics of Chronobiological Plasticity in the Honey Bee (Co-PI, G. Bloch, Hebrew University, Jerusalem)”.  United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF)

 

$437, 845        “BeeSpace – An Interactive Environment for Analyzing Nature and Nurture in Societal Roles (Lead PI, B. Schatz, University of Illinois)”.  National Science Foundation (NSF)

 

 

McCauley, Anita

 

$52,999           Steromicroscope Equipment grant. National Science Foundation.

 

 

Smith, William

 

$42,000.           Ecological facilitiation by Rhododendron caucasicum extends the Betula litwinowii alpikne treeline, Caucasus Mountains of Georgia.  Georgia Institute of Botany, Georgia Academy of Science and Wake Forest University, CRDF and GRDF.

 

$74,540.           Addition of a steomicroscope to the Department of Biology, Wake Forest University, Microscopy Laboratory.  NSF, Instrumentation and Major Equipment Program.

 

$9,874  .           Research Experiences for K-12 Teachers, National Science Foundation.

 

$4,792.             Episodic versus daily stress effects on plant resource acquisition, survival,and fitness at the land-sea interface. NC Sea Grant Program.

 

$9,904.            Alpine Treeline Stability: Mechanisms of conifer tree seedling establishment. NSF, Research Experiences for K-12 Teachers Program (RET supplement), Proposal #0513604.