Tuesday, August 7, 2007: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Halls 1 and 2, San Jose McEnery Convention Center
PS 25 - Disease
Assessing the susceptibility of North American plethodontid salamanders to chytrid fungal infection
Victoria M. Vazquez, University of Georgia, Betsie B. Rothermel, Austin Peay State University
Impacts of an emerging forest pathogen on tick abundance and implications for Lyme disease in California
Andrea Swei, University of California, Berkeley, Cheryl Briggs, University of California, Berkeley, Ross Meentemeyer, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Demographic changes in Arisaema triphyllum populations caused by epidemics of a systemic rust pathogen
Erin E. South, Michigan State University, Andrew M. Jarosz, Michigan State University
Field efficacy of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana in biocontrol of the black-legged tick (Ixodes scapularis)
Cassie M. Fairchild, Fordham University, Amy R Tuininga, Fordham University, Thomas J Daniels, Fordham University
Tree versus landscape-level effects: Can basal debarking slow the spread of oak wilt?
Charlotte M. Reemts, The Nature Conservancy, Thomas A. Greene, The Nature Conservancy, David N. Appel, Texas A&M University
Stand level infection and mortality dynamics in California redwood-tanoak forests impacted by sudden oak death
Richard C. Cobb, University of Califorina Davis, Shannon C. Lynch, University of Califorina Davis, David M. Rizzo, University of Califorina Davis, Ross K. Meentemeyer, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Landscape rodent dispersal as a triggering mechanism for rodent-borne disease outbreaks
Robert R. Parmenter, Valles Caldera Trust, Terry L. Yates, University of New Mexico

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