Scott McArt

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Entomology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
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Jennifer S. Thaler grad student Cornell (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Chen J, Webb J, Shariati K, et al. (2021) Pollen-inspired enzymatic microparticles to reduce organophosphate toxicity in managed pollinators. Nature Food. 2: 339-347
Figueroa LL, Compton S, Grab H, et al. (2021) Functional traits linked to pathogen prevalence in wild bee communities. Scientific Reports. 11: 7529
Urbanowicz C, Muñiz PA, McArt SH. (2020) Honey bees and wild pollinators differ in their preference for and use of introduced floral resources. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 6741-6751
Graystock P, Ng WH, Parks K, et al. (2020) Dominant bee species and floral abundance drive parasite temporal dynamics in plant-pollinator communities. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Figueroa LL, Grab H, Ng WH, et al. (2020) Landscape simplification shapes pathogen prevalence in plant-pollinator networks. Ecology Letters
Brochu KK, van Dyke MT, Milano NJ, et al. (2020) Pollen defenses negatively impact foraging and fitness in a generalist bee (Bombus impatiens: Apidae). Scientific Reports. 10: 3112
Figueroa LL, Blinder M, Grincavitch C, et al. (2019) Bee pathogen transmission dynamics: deposition, persistence and acquisition on flowers. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190603
Truitt LL, McArt SH, Vaughn AH, et al. (2019) Trait-Based Modeling of Multihost Pathogen Transmission: Plant-Pollinator Networks. The American Naturalist. 193: E149-E167
Adler LS, Michaud KM, Ellner SP, et al. (2018) Disease where you dine: Plant species and floral traits associated with pathogen transmission in bumble bees. Ecology
McArt SH, Urbanowicz C, McCoshum S, et al. (2017) Landscape predictors of pathogen prevalence and range contractions in US bumblebees. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
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