Valerie J. McKenzie, Ph.D.

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Parasitology, Crustacean Biology
"Valerie McKenzie"


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Armand M. Kuris grad student 2005 UC Santa Barbara
 (Abundance and distribution of amphibian parasites: The role of anthropogenic effects associated with land use.)
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Kueneman JG, Bletz MC, McKenzie VJ, et al. (2019) Community richness of amphibian skin bacteria correlates with bioclimate at the global scale. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Abarca JG, Vargas G, Zuniga I, et al. (2018) Assessment of Bacterial Communities Associated With the Skin of Costa Rican Amphibians at La Selva Biological Station. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9: 2001
McKenzie VJ, Kueneman JG, Harris RN. (2018) Probiotics as a tool for disease mitigation in wildlife: insights from food production and medicine. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Prest TL, Kimball AK, Kueneman JG, et al. (2018) Host associated bacterial community succession during amphibian development. Molecular Ecology
Kueneman JG, Weiss S, McKenzie VJ. (2017) Composition of Micro-eukaryotes on the Skin of the Cascades Frog (Rana cascadae) and Patterns of Correlation between Skin Microbes and Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8: 2350
McKenzie VJ, Song SJ, Delsuc F, et al. (2017) The Effects of Captivity on the Mammalian Gut Microbiome. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Barnhart K, Forman ME, Umile TP, et al. (2017) Identification of Bufadienolides from the Boreal Toad, Anaxyrus boreas, Active Against a Fungal Pathogen. Microbial Ecology
Piovia-Scott J, Rejmanek D, Woodhams DC, et al. (2017) Greater Species Richness of Bacterial Skin Symbionts Better Suppresses the Amphibian Fungal Pathogen Batrachochytrium Dendrobatidis. Microbial Ecology
Hyde ER, Navas-Molina JA, Song SJ, et al. (2016) The Oral and Skin Microbiomes of Captive Komodo Dragons Are Significantly Shared with Their Habitat. Msystems. 1
Kueneman JG, Woodhams DC, Harris R, et al. (2016) Probiotic treatment restores protection against lethal fungal infection lost during amphibian captivity. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283
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