Tara E. Stewart Merrill
Tara E. Stewart Merrill
Assistant Research Professor, Florida State University
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Towards a mechanistic understanding of competence: a missing link in diversity–disease research
TES Merrill, PTJ Johnson
Parasitology 147, 1159-1170, 2020
Host density increases parasite recruitment but decreases host risk in a snail‐trematode system
JC Buck, RF Hechinger, AC Wood, TE Stewart, AM Kuris, KD Lafferty
Ecology 98 (8), 2029-2038, 2017
Within-host complexity of a plankton-parasite interaction
TE Stewart Merrill, CE Cáceres
Ecology 99 (12), 2864-2867, 2018
Variation in immune defense shapes disease outcomes in laboratory and wild Daphnia
TE Stewart Merrill, SR Hall, L Merrill, CE Cáceres
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (5), 1203-1219, 2019
Blurred lines between competition and parasitism
TE Stewart, SA Schnitzer
Biotropica 49 (4), 433-438, 2017
Sea‐level rise, habitat loss, and potential extirpation of a salt marsh specialist bird in urbanized landscapes
JA Rosencranz, KM Thorne, KJ Buffington, JY Takekawa, RF Hechinger, ...
Ecology and Evolution, 2018
Context dependent host-symbiont interactions: shifts along the parasitism-mutualism continuum
M Rogalski, T Stewart Merrill, C Gowler, CE Cáceres, M Duffy
American Naturalist 198 (5), 563-575, 2021
Parasite exposure and host susceptibility jointly drive the emergence of epidemics
TE Stewart Merrill, SR Hall, CE Cáceres
Ecology 102 (2), e03245, 2021
Evidence gaps and diversity among potential win–win solutions for conservation and human infectious disease control
SR Hopkins, KD Lafferty, CL Wood, SH Olson, JC Buck, GA De Leo, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 6 (8), e694-e705, 2022
Avian health across the landscape: nestling immunity covaries with changing landcover
L Merrill, TE Stewart Merrill, AM Barger, TJ Benson
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (5), 1150-1164, 2019
Epaulet size and current condition in red-winged blackbirds: examining a semistatic signal, testosterone, immune function, and parasites
L Merrill, TE Stewart, PL González-Gómez, AL O’Loghlen, JC Wingfield, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 88 (1), 11-21, 2015
It's a worm‐eat‐worm world: Consumption of parasite free‐living stages protects hosts and benefits predators
BK Hobart, WE Moss, T McDevitt‐Galles, TE Stewart Merrill, PTJ Johnson
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (1), 35-45, 2022
Beyond single host, single parasite interactions: Quantifying competence for complete multi‐host, multi‐parasite communities
TE Stewart Merrill, DM Calhoun, PTJ Johnson
Functional Ecology 36 (8), 1845-1857, 2022
Early life immune-activation increases song complexity and alters phenotypic associations between sexual ornaments
L Merrill, MF Naylor, M Dalimonte, S McLaughlin, TE Stewart, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (12), 2263-2273, 2017
Host controls of within-host disease dynamics: insight from an invertebrate system
TE Stewart Merrill, Z Rapti, CE Cáceres
The American Naturalist 183 (3), 2021
Indirect effects in a planktonic disease system
Z Rapti, TE Stewart Merrill, B Mueller-Brennan, JH Kavouras, CE Cáceres
Theoretical Population Biology 130, 132-142, 2019
Invisible parasites and their implications for coexisting water fleas
TE Stewart, ME Torchin, CE Cáceres
Journal of Parasitology 104 (1), 101-105, 2018
Host sex and parasitism in Red-winged Blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus): examining potential causes of infection biases in a sexually dimorphic species
TE Stewart, L Merrill
Canadian Journal of Zoology 93 (1), 21-29, 2015
Collapsed oyster populations in large Florida estuaries appear resistant to restoration using traditional cultching methods—Insights from ongoing efforts in multiple systems
WE Pine III, J Brucker, M Davis, S Geiger, R Gandy, A Shantz, ...
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 15 (5), e10249, 2023
Timescale reverses the relationship between host density and infection risk
TE Stewart Merrill, CE Cáceres, S Gray, VR Laird, ZT Schnitzler, JC Buck
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, …, 2022
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