Patricia G. Parker

University of Missouri, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO, United States 
"Patricia Parker"
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Andreína Pacheco M, Matta NE, Valkiunas G, et al. (2017) Mode and rate of evolution of haemosporidian mitochondrial genomes: timing the radiation of avian parasites. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Rivera-Parra JL, Levin II, Johnson KP, et al. (2015) Lineage sorting in multihost parasites: Eidmanniella albescens and Fregatiella aurifasciata on seabirds from the Galapagos Islands Ecology and Evolution. 5: 3264-3271
DeMatteo KE, Rinas MA, Argüelles CF, et al. (2014) Using detection dogs and genetic analyses of scat to expand knowledge and assist felid conservation in Misiones, Argentina. Integrative Zoology. 9: 623-39
Koop JA, DeMatteo KE, Parker PG, et al. (2014) Birds are islands for parasites. Biology Letters. 10
Santiago-Alarcon D, Rodríguez-Ferraro A, Parker PG, et al. (2014) Different meal, same flavor: cospeciation and host switching of haemosporidian parasites in some non-passerine birds. Parasites & Vectors. 7: 286
Rivera-Parra JL, Levin II, Parker PG. (2014) Comparative ectoparasite loads of five seabird species in the Galapagos Islands. The Journal of Parasitology. 100: 569-77
Verant ML, d'Ozouville N, Parker PG, et al. (2014) Attempted detection of Toxoplasma gondii oocysts in environmental waters using a simple approach to evaluate the potential for waterborne transmission in the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. Ecohealth. 11: 207-14
Levin II, Parker PG. (2014) Infection with Haemoproteus iwa affects vector movement in a hippoboscid fly--frigatebird system. Molecular Ecology. 23: 947-53
Levin II, Adkesson MJ, Evans M, et al. (2014) No evidence for Galapagos Plasmodium lineage arriving via Humboldt Current seabirds Pacific Conservation Biology. 20: 37-40
Levin II, Zwiers P, Deem SL, et al. (2013) Multiple lineages of Avian malaria parasites (Plasmodium) in the Galapagos Islands and evidence for arrival via migratory birds. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 27: 1366-77
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