Lynn S. Adler, Ph.D.

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University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
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Parents

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Richard Karban grad student 2000 UC Davis
 (Herbivory and pollination in hemiparasitic plants: Effects of host plant and host-obtained alkaloids.)

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Karly H Regan research assistant 2010-2012 U Mass Amherst (Neurotree)
Sandra D. Gillespie grad student 2011 U Mass Amherst
Nicole L. Soper Gorden grad student 2013 U Mass Amherst
Nicholas A. Barber post-doc U Mass Amherst
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Davis JK, Aguirre LA, Barber NA, et al. (2019) From plant fungi to bee parasites: mycorrhizae and soil nutrients shape floral chemistry and bee pathogens. Ecology. e02801
LoCascio GM, Aguirre L, Irwin RE, et al. (2019) Pollen from multiple sunflower cultivars and species reduces a common bumblebee gut pathogen. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 190279
Figueroa LL, Blinder M, Grincavitch C, et al. (2019) Bee pathogen transmission dynamics: deposition, persistence and acquisition on flowers. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190603
Michaud KM, Irwin RE, Barber NA, et al. (2019) Preinfection Effects of Nectar Secondary Compounds on a Bumble Bee Gut Pathogen. Environmental Entomology
Palmer-Young EC, Farrell IW, Adler LS, et al. (2019) Secondary metabolites from nectar and pollen: a resource for ecological and evolutionary studies. Ecology. e02621
Soper Gorden NL, Adler LS. (2018) Consequences of multiple flower-insect interactions for subsequent plant-insect interactions and plant reproduction. American Journal of Botany
Egan PA, Adler LS, Irwin RE, et al. (2018) Crop Domestication Alters Floral Reward Chemistry With Potential Consequences for Pollinator Health. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9: 1357
Giacomini JJ, Leslie J, Tarpy DR, et al. (2018) Medicinal value of sunflower pollen against bee pathogens. Scientific Reports. 8: 14394
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
Irwin RE, Warren PS, Adler LS. (2018) Phenotypic selection on floral traits in an urban landscape. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
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