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2015 Publications

Chapter Eight-Plant Cues and Factors Influencing the Behaviour of Beneficial Nematodes as a Belowground Indirect Defense. JG Ali, E Davidson-Lowe, Advances in Botanical Research 75, 191-214 2015

Exploring The Use Of Black Soldier Fly Hermetia Illucens (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) As An In Vivo Entomopathogenic Nematode Rearing Host. J Tourtois, J Ali, M Grieshop, Journal Of Nematology 47 (3), 273-273 2015

Chemical Ecology, Behavior, And Multitrophic Interactions Of Beneficial Nematodes As A Belowground Indirect Plant Defense. Jg Ali, Journal Of Nematology 47 (3), 220-220 2015

Macroevolutionary trends in the defense of milkweeds against monarchs. AA Agrawal, JG Ali, S Rasmann, M Fishbein, Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Iconic ... 2015

Amsalem E, Galbraith D, Cnaani J, Teal P, Grozinger CM. (2015) Conservation and modification of genetic and physiological toolkits underpinning diapause in bumble bee queens. Molecular Ecology, 24(22):5596-5616

Amsalem E, Orlova M, Grozinger CM (2015). A conserved class of queen pheromones?  Reevaluating the evidence in bumble bees (Bombus impatiens). The Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, Vol 282(1817)

Amsalem E, Grozinger CM, Padilla M, Hefetz A (2015) The physiological and genomic bases of bumble bee social behavior. In Amro Zayed, Clement Kent, editors: Genomics, Physiology and Behavior of Social Insects, Vol 48, AIIP, UK: Academic Press, 2015, pp. 37-93

Andreadis, S. S., Cloonan, K. R.,  Myrick, A. J., Chen, H. and Baker, T. C. (2015) Isolation of a female-emitted sex pheromone component of the fungus gnat, Lycoriella ingenua, attractive to males.  J. Chem. Ecol. 41: 1127-1136.

Domingue, M. J., Pulsifer, D. P., Lakhtakia, A., Berkebile, J., Steiner, K. C., Lelito, J. P., Hall, L. P., and Baker, T. C. (2015) Detecting emerald ash borers (Agrilus planipennis) using branch traps baited with 3D-printed beetle decoys. J. Pest. Sci. 88: 267-279.

Villar, G. Baker, T. C., Patch, H. M., and Grozinger C. M. (2015) Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying sex-and maturation-related variation in pheromone responses in honey bees (Apis mellifera). J. Comp. Physiol. A 201: 731-739.

The energetic basis of behavior: bridging behavioral ecology and neuroscience. CC Rittschof, CM Grozinger, GE Robinson, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 6, 19-27 2015

Chapter Two-The Physiological and Genomic Bases of Bumble Bee Social Behaviour. E Amsalem, CM Grozinger, M Padilla, A Hefetz, Advances in Insect Physiology 48, 37-93 2015

Conservation and modification of genetic and physiological toolkits underpinning diapause in bumble bee queens. E Amsalem, DA Galbraith, J Cnaani, PEA Teal, CM Grozinger, Molecular ecology 24 (22), 5596-5615 2015

Queen-produced volatiles change dynamically during reproductive swarming and are associated with changes in honey bee (Apis mellifera) worker behavior. J Richards, M Carr-Markell, A Hefetz, CM Grozinger, HR Mattila, Apidologie 46 (6), 679-690 2015

Social insects: from the lab to the landscape-translational approaches to pollinator health. C Grozinger, J Evans, Current Opinion in Insect Science 10 2015

Early-life experience affects honey bee aggression and resilience to immune challenge. CC Rittschof, CB Coombs, M Frazier, CM Grozinger, GE Robinson
Scientific reports 5, 15572 2015

A conserved class of queen pheromones? Re-evaluating the evidence in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens), E Amsalem, M Orlova, CM Grozinger, Proc. R. Soc. B 282 (1817), 20151800 2015

Reproductive physiology mediates honey bee (Apis mellifera) worker responses to social cues, DA Galbraith, Y Wang, GV Amdam, RE Page, CM Grozinger, Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69 (9), 1511-1518 2015

Overwintering honey bees: biology and management. MA Doeke, M Frazier, CM Grozinger, Current Opinion in Insect Science 10, 185-193 2015

Bee nutrition and floral resource restoration. AD Vaudo, JF Tooker, CM Grozinger, HM Patch, Current Opinion in Insect Science 10, 133-141 2015

The power and promise of applying genomics to honey bee health. CM Grozinger, GE Robinson, Current opinion in insect science 10, 124-132 2015

A search for parent-of-origin effects on honey bee gene expression. SD Kocher, JM Tsuruda, JD Gibson, CM Emore, ... G3: Genes| Genomes| Genetics 5 (8), 1657-1662 2015

Genome-wide analysis of signatures of selection in populations of African honey bees (Apis mellifera) using new web-based tools. ZL Fuller, EL Niño, HM Patch, OC Bedoya-Reina, T Baumgarten, E Muli, ... BMC genomics 16 (1), 518 2015

Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying sex-and maturation-related variation in pheromone responses in honey bees (Apis mellifera. G Villar, TC Baker, HM Patch, CM Grozinger, Journal of Comparative Physiology A 201 (7), 731-739 2015

Social context during pre-adult stages influences aggression in adult honey bees, CC Rittschof, CM Grozinger, GE Robinson, INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 55, E153-E153 2015

Parallel epigenomic and transcriptomic responses to viral infection in honey bees (Apis mellifera). DA Galbraith, X Yang, EL Niño, S Yi, C Grozinger, PLoS Pathog 11 (3), e1004713 2015

Testing male immunocompetence in two hymenopterans with different levels of social organization:‘live hard, die young?’. F Cappa, L Beani, R Cervo, C Grozinger, F Manfredini, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114 (2), 274-278 2015

Rice, K. B., S. J. Fleischer, C. M. De Moraes, M. C. Mescher, J. F. Tooker, and M. Gish. 2015. Handheld lasers allow efficient detection of fluorescent marked organisms in the field. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0129175. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0129175.

Ray, S., I. Gaffor, F. Acevedo, A. M. Helms, W.-P. Chuang,  J.F. Tooker, G. W. Felton, D. S. Luthe. 2015. Maize plants recognize herbivore-associated cues from caterpillar frass. Journal of Chemical Ecology 41: 781–792.

Vaudo, A. D., J. F. Tooker, C. M. Grozinger, and H. M. Patch. 2015. Bee nutrition and floral resource restoration. Current Opinion in Insect Science 10: 133–141. DOI:dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cois.2015.05.008

Grettenberger, I. M., and J. F. Tooker. 2015. Moving beyond resistance management toward an expanded role for seed mixtures in agriculture. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 208: 29–36. DOI:10.1016/j.agee.2015.04.019

Douglas, M. R., and J. F. Tooker. 2015. Large-Scale Deployment of Seed Treatments Has Driven Rapid Increase in Use of Neonicotinoid Insecticides and Preemptive Pest Management in U.S. Field Crops. Environ. Sci. Technol. 49(8): 5088–5097, DOI: 10.1021/es506141g (Link)

Douglas, M. R., J. R. Rohr, and J. F. Tooker. 2015. Neonicotinoid insecticide travels through a soil food chain, disrupting biological control of non-target pests and decreasing soybean yield. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 250–260. (Editor’s Choice article and image from the article featured on the cover, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12372; and read our Research Brief on the topic, and a related post in the blog of the Journal of Applied Ecology.)

Glenna, L., Tooker, J. F., Welsh, R., Ervin, D. Intellectual property, scientific independence, and the efficacy and environmental impacts of genetically engineered crops. Rural Sociology 80 (2): 147–172.  **Selected The 2015 Paper of the Year in Rural Sociology**

Meng, P., K. Hoover and M.A. Keena. 2015. Asian longhorned beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), an introduced pest of maple and other hardwood trees in North America and Europe. J Integrated Pest Management 6(1): 4; DOI: 10.1093/jipm/pmv003.

Kung, W., K. Hoover and R.T. Trotter. 2015. Long term effects of imidacloprid on canopy arthropod biodiversity on eastern hemlock in New England. Northeastern Naturalist 22(1):NENHC-40-NENHC-55.

Carlton, J.M., Volkman, S K., Uplekar, S., Hupalo, D.N., Alves, J.M.P., Cui, L., Donnelly, M., Roos, D.S., Harb, O.S., Acosta, M., Read, A., Ribolla, P.E., Singh, O.P., Valencha, N., Wassmer, S.C., Ferreira, M., & Escalante, A.A. (2015). Population genetics, evolutionary genetics, and the genome-wide studies of malaria: A view across the international Centers of Excellence in Malaria Research. American Journal of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 93 (Suppl 3): 87-98.

Woods, R.J. & Read, A.F. (2015). Clinical management of resistance evolution in a bacterial infection: a case study. Evolution, Medicine and Public Health 1: 281-288.

Read, A.F., Baigent, S.J., Powers, C., Kgosana, L.B., Blackwell, L., Smith, L.P., Kennedy, D.A., Walkden-Brown, S.W., & Nair, V.K. (2015). Imperfect vaccination can enhance the transmission of highly virulent pathogens. PLoS Biology 13: e1002198.

Pollitt, L.C., Bram, J.T, Blanford, S., Jones, M.J., & Read, A.F. (2015). Existing infection facilitates establishment and density of malaria parasites in their mosquito vector. PLoS Pathogens 11: e1005003

Kennedy, D.A., Dunn, J., Dunn, P.A., & Read, A.F. (2015). An observational study of the temporal and spatial patterns of Marek’s-disease-associated leukosis condemnation of young chickens in the United States of America. Veterinary Preventative Medicine 120:328-335.

Cator, L.J., Pietri, J.E., Murdock, C.C., Ohm, J.R., Lewis, E.E, Read, A.F., Luckhart, S., & Thomas, M.B. (2015). Immune response and insulin signaling alter mosquito feeding to enhance malaria transmission potential. Scientific Reports 5: 11947.

Huijben, S., Chan, B.H.K., & Read, A.F. (2015). Relevance of undetectably rare resistant malaria parasites in treatment failure: experimental evidence from Plasmodium chabaudi. American Journal of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. 92: 1214-1221.

Day, T., Huijben, S., & Read, A.F. (2015). Is selection relevant in the evolutionary emergence of drug resistance? Trends in Microbiology 23: 126-133.

Kerr, P.J., Liu, J., Cattadori, I., Ghedin, E., Read, A.F., & Holmes, E.C. (2015). Myxoma virus and the leporipoxviruses: an evolutionary paradigm. Viruses 7: 1020-1061.

Heinig, R.L., Paaijmans, K.P., Hancock, P.A. & Thomas, M.B. (2015). The potential for fungal biopesticides to reduce malaria transmission under diverse environmental conditions. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 1558-1566.

Conn, J.E., Norris, D.E., Donnelly, M.J., Beebe, N.W., Burkot, T.R.,  Mamadou B. Coulibaly, M.B., Chery, L., Eapen, A., Keven, J.B., Kilama, M., Kumar, A., Lindsay, S.W., Moreno, M., Quinones, M., Reimer, L.J., Russell, T.L.,  Smith, D.L., Thomas, M.B., Walker, E.D., Wilson, M.L. & Yan, G. (2015). Entomological monitoring and evaluation: diverse transmission settings of ICEMR projects will require local and regional elimination strategies. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 93 (3 Suppl): 28-41.

Cator, L.J., Pietri, J.E., Murdock, C.C., Ohm, J.R., Lewis, E., Read, A.F., Luckhart, S. & Thomas, M.B. (2015).  Immune response and insulin signaling alter mosquito feeding behaviour to enhance malaria transmission potential. Nature Scientific Reports 5: 11947.

Acharya, N., Rajotte, E.G., Jenkins,N.E. & Thomas, M.B. (2015). Influence of biotic and abiotic factors on the persistence of a Beauveria bassiana biopesticide in laboratory and high-rise poultry house settings. Biocontrol Science and Technology 250: 697-715.

Chen, S., Fleischer, S.J., Saunders, M.C. & Thomas, M.B. (2015). The influence of diurnal temperature variation on degree-day accumulation and insect life history. PLoS One. 10(3): e0120772.

Parham, P.E., Waldock, J., Christophides, G.K., Hemming, D., Folashade, A., Evans, K.J., Fefferman, N., Gaff, H., Gumel, A., LaDeau, S., Lenhart, S., Mickens, R.E., Naumova, E.N., Ostfeld, R.S., Ready, P.D., Thomas, M.B., Velasco-Hernandez, J. & Michael, E. (2015). Climate, environmental and socio-economic change: weighing up the balance in vector-borne disease transmission. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 370: 20130551.

Acharya, N., Seliga, R.A., Rajotte, E.G., Jenkins, N.E. & Thomas, M.B. (2015). Persistence and efficacy of a Beauveria bassiana biopesticide against the house fly, Musca domestica, on typical structural substrates of poultry houses. Biocontrol Science and Technology 1-41.

Heinig, R.L. & Thomas, M.B. (2015). Interactions between a fungal entomopathogen and malaria parasites within a mosquito vector. Malaria Journal 14:22.