Publications from the Department of Plant Sciences and Entomology faculty at the University of Rhode Island.

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Submissions from 2015

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Different Populations of Blacklegged Tick Nymphs Exhibit Differences in Questing Behavior That Have Implications for Human Lyme Disease Risk, Isis M. Arsnoe, Graham J. Hickling, Howard S. Ginsberg, Richard McElreath, and Jean I. Tsao

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Application of M13 Phage Display for Identifying Immunogenic Proteins from Tick (Ixodes scapularis) Saliva, Martin Becker, André Felsberger, André Frenzel, Wendy M.C. Shattuck, Megan Dyer, Jonas Kügler, Jonas Zantow, Thomas N. Mather, and Michael Hust

Submissions from 2014

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Adverse Moisture Events Predict Seasonal Abundance of Lyme Disease Vector Ticks (Ixodes scapularis), Kathryn A. Berger, Howard S. Ginsberg, Katherine D. Dugas, Lutz H. Hamel, and Thomas N. Mather

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Comparison of Survival Patterns of Northern and Southern Genotypes of the North American Tick Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) under Northern and Southern Conditions, Howard S. Ginsberg, Eric L. Rulison, Alexandra Azevedo, Genevieve C. Pang, Isis M. Kuczaj, Jean I. Tsao, and Roger A. LeBrun

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Quantitative Factors Proposed to Influence the Prevalence of Canine Tick-Borne Disease Agents in the United States, Roger W. Stich, Byron L. Blagburn, Dwight D. Bowman, Christopher Carpenter, M. Roberto Cortinas, Sidney A. Ewing, Desmond Foley, Janet E. Foley, Holly Gaff, Graham J. Hickling, R. Ryan Lash, Susan E. Little, Catherine Lund, Robert Lund, Thomas N. Mather, Glen R. Needham, William L. Nicholson, Julia Sharp, Andrea Varela-Stokes, and Dongmei Wang

Submissions from 2010

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Susceptability of Listronotus maculicollis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Adults from Southern New England Golf Courses to Chlorpyrifos, Christopher D. Clavet, Edwin D. Requintina Jr., Darryl Ramoutar, and Steven R. Alm

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Functional Genomics Tool: Gene Silencing in Ixodes scapularis Eggs and Nymphs by Electroporated dsRNA, Shahid Karim, Emily Troiano, and Thomas N. Mather

Submissions from 2008

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RNAi-Mediated Gene Silencing in Tick Synganglia: A Proof of Concept Study, Shahid Karim, Bronwyn Kenny, Emily Troiano, and Thomas N. Mather

Submissions from 2006

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Trapping Phyllophaga spp. (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae) in the United States and Canada Using Sex Attractants, Paul S. Robbins; Steven R. Alm; Charles D. Armstrong; Anne L. Averill; Thomas C. Baker; Robert J. Bauernfiend; Frederick P. Baxendale; S. Kris Braman; Rick L. Brandenburg; Daniel B. Cash; Gary J. Couch; Richard S. Cowles; Robert L. Crocker; Zandra D. DeLamar; Timothy G. Dittl; Sheila M. Fitzpatrick; Kathy L. Flanders; Tom Forgatsch; Timothy J. Gibb; Bruce D. Gill; Daniel O. Gilrein; Clyde S. Gorsuch; Abner M. Hammond; Patricia D. Hastings; David W. Held; Paul R. Heller; Rose T. Hiskes; James L. Holliman; William G. Hudson; Michael G. Klein; Vera L. Krischik; David J. Lee; Charles E. Linn, Jr.; Nancy J. Luce; Kenna E. MacKenzie; Catherine M. Mannion; Sridhar Polavarapu; Daniel A. Potter; Wendell L. Roelofs; Brian M. Royals; Glenn A. Salsbury; Nathan M. Schiff; David J. Shetlar; Margaret Skinner; Beverly L. Sparks; Jessica A. Sutschek; Timothy P. Sutschek; Stanley R. Swier; Martha M. Sylvia; Neil J. Vickers; Patricia J. Vittum; Richard Weidman; Donald C. Weber; R. Chris Williamson; and Michael G. Villani