Shelley Adamo

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Host-parasite interactions
"Shelley Adamo"
Mean distance: 13.93 (cluster 17)


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Ronald Chase grad student 1990 McGill


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Alison King grad student Dalhousie University
Kelly L. Shoemaker grad student 2003 Dalhousie University
Atsushi Miyashita post-doc 2017-
Clint D. Kelly post-doc 2007-2008 Dalhousie University (Evolution Tree)
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Miyashita A, Lee TYM, Adamo SA. (2020) High-Stakes Decision-Making by Female Crickets (): When to Trade In Wing Muscles for Eggs. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 93: 450-465
Miyashita A, Lee TYM, McMillan LE, et al. (2019) Immunity for nothing and the eggs for free: Apparent lack of both physiological trade-offs and terminal reproductive investment in female crickets (Gryllus texensis). Plos One. 14: e0209957
Adamo SA, Kovalko I, Easy RH, et al. (2014) A viral aphrodisiac in the cricket Gryllus texensis. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 1970-6
Lefèvre T, Adamo SA, Biron DG, et al. (2009) Invasion of the body snatchers: the diversity and evolution of manipulative strategies in host-parasite interactions. Advances in Parasitology. 68: 45-83
Shoemaker KL, Adamo SA. (2007) Adult female crickets, Gryllus texensis, maintain reproductive output after repeated immune challenges Physiological Entomology. 32: 113-120
King AJ, Adamo SA. (2006) The ventilatory, cardiac and behavioural responses of resting cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.) to sudden visual stimuli. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 209: 1101-11
Shoemaker KL, Parsons NM, Adamo SA. (2006) Egg-laying behaviour following infection in the cricket Gryllus texensis Canadian Journal of Zoology. 84: 412-418
Shoemaker KL, Parsons NM, Adamo SA. (2006) Mating enhances parasite resistance in the cricket Gryllus texensis Animal Behaviour. 71: 371-380
King AJ, Henderson SM, Schmidt MH, et al. (2005) Using ultrasound to understand vascular and mantle contributions to venous return in the cephalopod Sepia officinalis L. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 208: 2071-82
Thomas F, Adamo S, Moore J. (2005) Parasitic manipulation: where are we and where should we go? Behavioural Processes. 68: 185-99
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