Magda Argueta-GuzmánUniversity of California, Riverside | UCR · Department of Entomology
Master of Science
Researching biological diversity at different scales using flowers, bees and their microbes
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Effectively promoting the stability and quality of ecosystem services involves the successful management of domesticated species and the control of introduced species. In the pollinator literature, interest and concern regarding pollinator species and pollinator health dramatically increased in recent years. Concurrently, the use of loaded terms wh...
Ascosphaera (Eurotiomycetes: Onygenales) is a diverse genus of fungi that is exclusively found in association with bee nests and comprises both saprophytic and entomopathogenic species. To date, most genomic analyses have been focused on the honeybee pathogen A. apis, and we lack a genomic understanding of how pathogenesis evolved more broadly in t...
The maintenance of interactions between plants and their floral visitors depends on factors such as resource variability, seasonality, and population dynamics. Changes in water availability along with different types and levels of anthropogenic disturbance may influence how plants and pollinators interact, especially in arid environments. In a semi...
Alien invasive species have strategies that can maintain fitness in a variety of environments. This flexibility is associated with environmental tolerance in several traits, such as allocation of resources to shoots versus roots, clonal versus sexual reproduction, and survival of seedlings. These traits were explored in the chandelier plant ( Kalan...