Kaleigh A Russell
Kaleigh A Russell
Graduate Student of Entomology, University of California, Riverside
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Flowers and wild megachilid bees share microbes
QS McFrederick, JM Thomas, JL Neff, HQ Vuong, KA Russell, AR Hale, ...
Microbial ecology 73, 188-200, 2017
Intensity of Nosema ceranae infection is associated with specific honey bee gut bacteria and weakly associated with gut microbiome structure
A Rubanov, KA Russell, JA Rothman, JC Nieh, QS McFrederick
Scientific reports 9 (1), 3820, 2019
The bumble bee microbiome increases survival of bees exposed to selenate toxicity
JA Rothman, L Leger, P Graystock, K Russell, QS McFrederick
Environmental microbiology 21 (9), 3417-3429, 2019
Cross-infectivity of honey and bumble bee-associated parasites across three bee families
L Ngor, EC Palmer-Young, RB Nevarez, KA Russell, L Leger, ...
Parasitology 147 (12), 1290-1304, 2020
The direct and indirect effects of environmental toxicants on the health of bumblebees and their microbiomes
JA Rothman, KA Russell, L Leger, QS McFrederick, P Graystock
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1937), 20200980, 2020
Elevated temperature may affect nectar microbes, nectar sugars, and bumble bee foraging preference
KA Russell, QS McFrederick
Microbial Ecology 84 (2), 473-482, 2022
Health information in the era of social media: An analysis of the nature and accuracy of posts made by public Facebook pages for patients with endometriosis
J Towne, Y Suliman, KA Russell, MA Stuparich, S Nahas, S Behbehani
Journal of minimally invasive gynecology 28 (9), 1637-1642, 2021
Floral resources shape parasite and pathogen dynamics in bees facing urbanization
H Cohen, LC Ponisio, KA Russell, SM Philpott, QS McFrederick
Molecular Ecology 31 (7), 2157-2171, 2022
Reduvius frommeri, a new species of Reduviidae from the Western United States (Hemiptera: Reduviidae), with a synopsis of the Nearctic species of Reduvius Fabricius.
C Weirauch, K Russell, WS Hwang
Zootaxa 3972 (2), 267-279, 2015
Floral nectar microbial communities exhibit seasonal shifts associated with extreme heat: Potential implications for climate change and plant-pollinator interactions
KA Russell, QS McFrederick
Frontiers in Microbiology 13, 931291, 2022
‘Toothbrush’ plant bugs and allies: Protemiris gen. nov., a new genus and five new species of Proteaceae‐associated Australian Phylinae (Hemiptera : Miridae)
K Russell, C Weirauch
Austral Entomology 56 (1), 75-93, 2017
Landscape context and bee community diversity in urban gardens influence parasitism and pathogen incidence in honey bees (Apis mellifera) and bumble bees (Bombus vosnesenskii)
H Cohen, K Russell, QS McFrederick, SM Philpott
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
Instagram Cysters: What information is available on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome on Instagram
J Cruz, Z Qazi, A Vasireddy, K Russell, M Stuparich, S Nahas, ...
The Effects of Climate Change on Plants, Pollinators, and Their Associated Microorganisms
KA Russell
University of California, Riverside, 2021
The effects of climate change on floral microbes and nectar reward of Penstemon heterophyllus 
K Russell, Q McFrederick
Entomology 2019, 2019
Working out the Bugs: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Unraveling Insect-Microbe Symbioses
K Russell, C Dodge
2019 Pacific Branch Meeting, 2019
Microbial protection against selenate exposure and the effects of toxins on the bumble bee microbiome
J Rothman, K Russell, L Leger, Q McFrederick
2019 Pacific Branch Meeting, 2019
Crithidia bombi infects megachilid bees
Q McFrederick, K Russell, E Palmer-Young
Entomology 2018, 2018
Effects of climate change on nectar microbes and pollinator preference
K Russell, Q McFrederick
Entomology 2017, 2017
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