Quinn S. McFrederick, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
Integrative Biology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Area:
Evolutionary biology, melittology
Website:
http://melittology.wordpress.com
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Parents

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Douglas R. Taylor grad student 2004-2010 UVA
John Jaenike post-doc 2010-2011 Rochester
Ulrich G. Mueller post-doc 2011-2013 UC Riverside

Children

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Jason A Rothman grad student 2015-2019 UC Riverside
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Fowler AE, McFrederick QS, Adler LS. (2024) Pollen Diet Diversity does not Affect Gut Bacterial Communities or Melanization in a Social and Solitary Bee Species. Microbial Ecology. 87: 25
Steffan SA, Dharampal PS, Kueneman JG, et al. (2023) Microbes, the 'silent third partners' of bee-angiosperm mutualisms. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Hammer TJ, Kueneman J, Argueta-Guzmán M, et al. (2023) Bee breweries: The unusually fermentative, lactobacilli-dominated brood cell microbiomes of cellophane bees. Frontiers in Microbiology. 14: 1114849
Malfi RL, McFrederick QS, Lozano G, et al. (2023) Sunflower plantings reduce a common gut pathogen and increase queen production in common eastern bumblebee colonies. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20230055
Strange JP, Tripodi AD, Huntzinger C, et al. (2023) Comparative analysis of 3 pollen sterilization methods for feeding bumble bees. Journal of Economic Entomology
Gaiarsa MP, Rehan S, Barbour MA, et al. (2022) Individual Dietary Specialization in a Generalist Bee Varies across Populations but Has No Effect on the Richness of Associated Microbial Communities. The American Naturalist. 200: 730-737
Russell KA, McFrederick QS. (2022) Floral nectar microbial communities exhibit seasonal shifts associated with extreme heat: Potential implications for climate change and plant-pollinator interactions. Frontiers in Microbiology. 13: 931291
Cohen H, Ponisio LC, Russell KA, et al. (2022) Floral resources shape parasite and pathogen dynamics in bees facing urbanization. Molecular Ecology
Figueroa LL, Maccaro JJ, Krichilsky E, et al. (2021) Why Did the Bee Eat the Chicken? Symbiont Gain, Loss, and Retention in the Vulture Bee Microbiome. Mbio. 12: e0231721
Cohen H, Smith GP, Sardiñas H, et al. (2021) Mass-flowering monoculture attracts bees, amplifying parasite prevalence. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20211369
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