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  • Foraging connections: Patterns of prey use linked to invasive predator diel movement 

    Johnston, Cora A.; Rankin, Erin E. Wilson; Gruner, Daniel S. (PLoS, 2018-08-15)
    Invasive predators can profoundly impact native communities, especially in insular ecosystems where functionally equivalent predators were evolutionarily absent. Beyond direct consumption, predators can affect communities ...
  • Home sick: impacts of migratory beekeeping on honey bee (Apis mellifera) pests, pathogens, and colony size 

    Alger, Samantha A.; Burnham, P. Alexander; Lamas, Zachary S.; Brody, Alison K.; Richardson, Leif L. (PeerJ, 2018-11-02)
    Honey bees are important pollinators of agricultural crops and the dramatic losses of honey bee colonies have risen to a level of international concern. Potential contributors to such losses include pesticide exposure, ...
  • Assessment of Chronic Sublethal Effects of Imidacloprid on Honey Bee Colony Health 

    Dively, Galen P.; Embrey, Michael S.; Kamel, Alaa; Hawthorne, David J.; Pettis, Jeffery S. (PLoS (Public Library of Science), 2015-03-18)
    Here we present results of a three-year study to determine the fate of imidacloprid residues in hive matrices and to assess chronic sublethal effects on whole honey bee colonies fed supplemental pollen diet containing ...
  • Activation of Ftz-F1-Responsive Genes through Ftz/Ftz-F1 Dependent Enhancers 

    Field, Amanda; Xiang, Jie; Anderson, W. Ray; Graham, Patricia; Pick, Leslie (PLoS (Public Library of Science), 2016-10-10)
    The orphan nuclear receptor Ftz-F1 is expressed in all somatic nuclei in Drosophila embryos, but mutations result in a pair-rule phenotype. This was explained by the interaction of Ftz-F1 with the homeodomain protein Ftz ...
  • Ecological drivers and habitat associations of estuarine bivalves 

    McKeon, C. Seabird; Tunberg, Bjorn G.; Johnston, Cora A.; Barshis, Daniel J. (PubMed, 2015-11-12)
    Community composition of the infaunal bivalve fauna of the St. Lucie Estuary and southern Indian River Lagoon, eastern Florida was sampled quarterly for 10 years as part of a long-term benthic monitoring program. A total ...

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