Evan Mee

Evan Mee
Arizona State University | ASU · Evolutionary Biology

BSc Biology

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Introduction
Evan Mee is a PhD student in the Gile Lab at Arizona University. His interests include the evolution of the protist symbionts found in the hind gut of lower termites as well as development of methods for deeper study of microbiomes.
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January 2016 - May 2018
Northern Arizona University
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  • Student

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Publications (2)
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Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki and Coptotermes gestroi (Wasmann) (Blattoidea: Rhinotermitidae) are invasive subterranean termite pest species with a major global economic impact. However, the descriptions of the mutualistic protist communities harbored in their respective hindguts remain fragmentary. The C. formosanus hindgut has long been consider...
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Hoplonympha natator is an obligate symbiont of Paraneotermes simplicicornis (Kalotermitidae), from southwestern North America. Another Hoplonympha species inhabits Hodotermopsis sjostedti (Archotermopsidae), from montane Southeast Asia. The large phylogenetic and geographical distance between the hosts makes the distribution of Hoplonympha puzzling...

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