COS 42 - Parasitism And Host-Parasite Interactions II

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
E147-148, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Evidence for sublethal effects of sea lice on wild juvenile sockeye salmon
Sean Godwin, Simon Fraser University; Martin Krkosek, University of Toronto; Michael Price, Simon Fraser University; John Reynolds, Simon Fraser University; Lawrence Dill, Simon Fraser University
8:20 AM
 Host allometry influences the evolution of parasite host-generalism
Clayton E. Cressler, University of Nebraska; Josephine G. Walker, University of Bristol; Amy Hurford, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Jo Cable, Cardiff University; Amy R. Ellison, Cardiff University; Stephen J. Price, University College London
8:40 AM
 Parasite stoichiometry follows functional and phylogenetic patterns
Rachel E Paseka, Rutgers University; Rita L. Grunberg, Rutgers University
9:00 AM
 The biological basis of Taylor’s Power Law: Using host-parasite interactions to test the drivers of species aggregation
Mark Wilber, University of California, Santa Barbara; Pieter T. J. Johnson, University of Colorado at Boulder
9:20 AM
 Parsing the relative effects of habitat area, fragmentation, and habitat edge on parasitism rates in an experimental landscape system
Kimberly A. With, Kansas State University; Daniel M. Pavuk, Bowling Green State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 The influence of pesticides on amphibian chytrid fungal infections vary with host life stage
Samantha L. Rumschlag, University of South Florida; Jason R. Rohr, University of South Florida
10:10 AM
 Effects of an antibacterial on disease dynamics in larval amphibians
Vanessa P. Wuerthner, Binghamton University; Jessica Hua, Binghamton University
10:30 AM
 Dilution or amplification? Pollinator community diversity influences virus prevalence in honey bees and native bees
Michelle L. Fearon, University of Michigan; Elizabeth A. Tibbetts, University of Michigan
10:50 AM
 Diet quality-induced changes in host tolerance to infection and parasite virulence under elevated atmospheric CO2
Leslie E. Decker, University of Michigan; Jacobus C. de Roode, Emory University; Mark D. Hunter, University of Michigan
11:10 AM
 Hosts as landscapes: Ticks are distributed differently on long nosed bandicoots and black rats along the peri-urban fringe
Henry W. Lydecker, The University of Sydney; Britany Etheridge, The University of Sydney; Catherine Price, The University of Sydney; Peter B. Banks, The University of Sydney; Dieter F. Hochuli, The University of Sydney
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