COS 18 - Parasitism And Host-Parasite Interactions I

Monday, August 7, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
E147-148, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Solar radiation influences epidemic dynamics of dominant Daphnia parasites
Clara L. Shaw, University of Michigan; Spencer R. Hall, Indiana University; Erin P. Overholt, Miami University; Craig E. Williamson, Miami University; Meghan A. Duffy, University of Michigan
1:50 PM
 Linking within and between-host processes to predict why, how, and when host resources affect parasite evolution
Jessica L. Hite, University of Nebraska; Clayton E. Cressler, University of Nebraska
2:10 PM
 Evaluating the role of host behavior in determining risk of vector-borne disease
Douglas G. Barron, Arkansas Tech University; Ahmet Uysal, University of South Florida; Toru Shimizu, University of South Florida; Nathan D. Burkett-Cadena, University of Florida; Lynn B. Martin, University of South Florida
2:30 PM
 Nutrient availability determines the dynamics of malaria infections
Nina Wale, The Pennsylvania State University; Derek G. Sim, The Pennsylvania State University; Andrew F. Read, The Pennsylvania State University; Aaron A. King, University of Michigan
2:50 PM
 Wood frog susceptibility to a common parasite is modified by road salt and predators
Nicholas Buss, Binghamton University; Jessica Hua, Binghamton University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Characterizing parasite generalism illuminates patterns of host-parasite associations
Andrew W. Park, Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia; Maxwell J. Farrell, McGill University; John Paul Schmidt, University of Georgia; Shan Huang, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BiK-F); Tad Dallas, University of California; Paula Pappalardo, University of Georgia; John M. Drake, University of Georgia; Patrick R. Stephens, University of Georgia; Robert Poulin, University of Otago; Charles L. Nunn, Department of Evolutionary Anthropology and the Global Health Institute; T. Jonathan Davies, McGill University
4:00 PM
 Cascade-fueled epidemics: Predators spread infectious disease by enhancing within-host parasite production
Maja Sljivar, Indiana University; Alexander T. Strauss, Indiana University; Spencer R. Hall, Indiana University
4:20 PM
 The effect of intraspecific variation in predator defense traits on parasite infection within and across generations
Ben A Wasserman, University of California Santa Cruz; Eric P. Palkovacs, University of California, Santa Cruz
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