PS 68
Parasitism And Host-Parasite Interactions

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Viral pathogen production and virus-plant interactions are controlled by nitrogen and phosphorus supply
Briana K. Whitaker, University of Austin; Megan A. Rúa, University of Mississippi; Charles E. Mitchell, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 Using gut passage time and mathematical models to predict disease prevalence in Daphnia dentifera 
Ping Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Glynn C. Davis, University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign; Sarah A. Duple, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Zoi Rapti, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Carla E. Cáceres, University of Illinois
 Host plant choice affects parasitism rates of the tulip tree beauty moth, Epimecis hortaria
Janice L. Krumm, Widener University; Francesco J. Tweitmann, Widener University; Chad H. Freed, Widener University; Dhan M. Thomas, Widener University
 Parasite prevalence differs between an urban and a non-urban population of a songbird, the dark-eyed junco
Rachel E. Hanauer, Indiana University; Ellen D. Ketterson, Indiana University
 The cost of parasitism to bumble bee foraging range
Nathaniel S. Pope, University of Texas, Austin; Shalene Jha, University of Texas at Austin
 Lingering effects of childhood: Larval ecology impacts vector-parasite-host interactions
Jennifer A. Breaux, Illinois State University; Steven A. Juliano, Illinois State University
 Variation among tadpole species in their ability to clear encysted trematode parasites
Bryan E. LaFonte, University of Colorado; Ian Monk, Oakland University; John Capano, Dickinson College; Rachel Jordan, Dickinson College; Colin Gelbaugh, Wofford College; Pieter T. J. Johnson, University of Colorado at Boulder; Thomas R. Raffel, Oakland University
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