Matthew D. Venesky
Matthew D. Venesky
Associate Professor, Allegheny College
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Disease and thermal acclimation in a more variable and unpredictable climate
TR Raffel, JM Romansic, NT Halstead, TA McMahon, MD Venesky, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (2), 146-151, 2013
Chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis has nonamphibian hosts and releases chemicals that cause pathology in the absence of infection
TA McMahon, LA Brannelly, MWH Chatfield, PTJ Johnson, MB Joseph, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (1), 210-215, 2013
Amphibians acquire resistance to live and dead fungus overcoming fungal immunosuppression
TA McMahon, BF Sears, MD Venesky, SM Bessler, JM Brown, K Deutsch, ...
Nature 511 (7508), 224-227, 2014
Dietary protein restriction impairs growth, immunity, and disease resistance in southern leopard frog tadpoles
MD Venesky, TE Wilcoxen, MA Rensel, L Rollins-Smith, JL Kerby, ...
Oecologia 169, 23-31, 2012
The thermal mismatch hypothesis explains host susceptibility to an emerging infectious disease
JM Cohen, MD Venesky, EL Sauer, DJ Civitello, TA McMahon, EA Roznik, ...
Ecology Letters 20 (2), 184-193, 2017
Impacts of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection on tadpole foraging performance
MD Venesky, MJ Parris, A Storfer
EcoHealth 6 (4), 565-575, 2009
Linking manipulative experiments to field data to test the dilution effect
M Venesky, X Liu, E Sauer, J Rohr
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2014
Ecological separation in a polymorphic terrestrial salamander
CD Anthony, MD Venesky, CAM Hickerson
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (4), 646-653, 2008
An interaction between climate change and infectious disease drove widespread amphibian declines
JM Cohen, DJ Civitello, MD Venesky, TA McMahon, JR Rohr
Global Change Biology 25 (3), 927-937, 2019
Antipredator adaptations and predator avoidance by two color morphs of the eastern red-backed salamander, Plethodon cinereus
MD Venesky, CD Anthony
Herpetologica 63 (4), 450-458, 2007
Confronting inconsistencies in the amphibian‐chytridiomycosis system: Implications for disease management
MD Venesky, TR Raffel, TA McMahon, JR Rohr
Biological Reviews 89 (2), 477-483, 2014
Fungal pathogen changes the feeding kinematics of larval anurans
MD Venesky, RJ Wassersug, MJ Parris
Journal of Parasitology 96 (3), 552-557, 2010
Seasonal and diel signature of eastern hellbender environmental DNA
MK Takahashi, MJ Meyer, C Mcphee, JR Gaston, MD Venesky, BF Case
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (1), 217-225, 2018
Selecting for Tolerance against Pathogens and Herbivores to Enhance Success of Reintroduction and Translocation
MD Venesky, JR Mendelson III, BF Sears, P Stiling, JR Rohr
Conservation Biology 26 (4), 586-592, 2012
How Does a Change in Labial Tooth Row Number Affect Feeding Kinematics and Foraging Performance of a Ranid Tadpole (Lithobates sphenocephalus)?
MD Venesky, RJ Wassersug, MJ Parris
The Biological Bulletin 218 (2), 160-168, 2010
Can differences in host behavior drive patterns of disease prevalence in tadpoles?
MD Venesky, JL Kerby, A Storfer, MJ Parris
PloS One 6 (9), e24991, 2011
Responses of juvenile terrestrial salamanders to introduced (Lithobius forficatus) and native centipedes (Scolopocryptops sexspinosus)
CD Anthony, CAM Hickerson, MD Venesky
Journal of Zoology 271 (1), 54-62, 2007
Impacts of thermal mismatches on chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis prevalence are moderated by life stage, body size, elevation and latitude
JM Cohen, TA McMahon, C Ramsay, EA Roznik, EL Sauer, S Bessler, ...
Ecology Letters 22 (5), 817-825, 2019
Morph‐specific differences in disease prevalence and pathogen‐induced mortality in a terrestrial polymorphic salamander
MD Venesky, A Hess, JA DeMarchi, A Weil, J Murone, CAM Hickerson, ...
Journal of Zoology 295 (4), 279-285, 2015
The impact of variation in labial tooth number on the feeding kinematics of tadpoles of southern leopard frog (Lithobates sphenocephalus)
MD Venesky, RJ Wassersug, MJ Parris
Copeia 2010 (3), 481-486, 2010
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