M Eric Benbow
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Ecology and transmission of Buruli ulcer disease: a systematic review
RW Merritt, ED Walker, PLC Small, JR Wallace, PDR Johnson, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 4 (12), e911, 2010
3132010
A roadmap for bridging basic and applied research in forensic entomology
JK Tomberlin, R Mohr, ME Benbow, AM Tarone, S Vanlaerhoven
Annual Review of entomology 56, 401-421, 2011
2882011
The potential use of bacterial community succession in forensics as described by high throughput metagenomic sequencing
JL Pechal, TL Crippen, ME Benbow, AM Tarone, S Dowd, JK Tomberlin
International journal of legal medicine 128 (1), 193-205, 2014
2602014
A Major Role for Mammals in the Ecology of Mycobacterium ulcerans
JAM Fyfe, CJ Lavender, KA Handasyde, AR Legione, CR O'brien, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 4 (8), e791, 2010
1792010
Distribution of Mycobacterium ulcerans in Buruli Ulcer Endemic and Non-Endemic Aquatic Sites in Ghana
HR Williamson, ME Benbow, KD Nguyen, DC Beachboard, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2 (3), e205, 2008
1662008
Microbial community functional change during vertebrate carrion decomposition
JL Pechal, TL Crippen, AM Tarone, AJ Lewis, JK Tomberlin, ME Benbow
PloS one 8 (11), e79035, 2013
1392013
Introduction to carrion ecology, evolution and their applications
ME Benbow, JK Tomberlin, AM Tarone
Carrion ecology, evolution and their applications, 3-12, 2015
131*2015
Seasonal necrophagous insect community assembly during vertebrate carrion decomposition
ME Benbow, AJ Lewis, JK Tomberlin, JL Pechal
Journal of medical entomology 50 (2), 440-450, 2013
1292013
Effects of stream diversion on riffle macroinvertebrate communities in a Maui, Hawaii, stream
MD McIntosh, ME Benbow, AJ Burky
River Research and Applications 18 (6), 569-581, 2002
1182002
Carrion ecology, evolution and their applications
ME Benbow, JK Tomberlin, AM Tarone
CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2015
1132015
Basic research in evolution and ecology enhances forensics
JK Tomberlin, ME Benbow, AM Tarone, RM Mohr
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26 (2), 53-55, 2011
1122011
Biodegradation of polystyrene wastes in yellow mealworms (larvae of Tenebrio molitor Linnaeus): factors affecting biodegradation rates and the ability of polystyrene-fed larvae …
SS Yang, AM Brandon, JCA Flanagan, J Yang, D Ning, SY Cai, HQ Fan, ...
Chemosphere 191, 979-989, 2018
1032018
Interkingdom responses of flies to bacteria mediated by fly physiology and bacterial quorum sensing
JK Tomberlin, TL Crippen, AM Tarone, B Singh, K Adams, YH Rezenom, ...
Animal Behaviour 84 (6), 1449-1456, 2012
952012
Unraveling an emerging disease associated with disturbed aquatic environments: the case of Buruli ulcer
RW Merritt, ME Benbow, PLC Small
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (6), 323-331, 2005
902005
Aquatic invertebrates as unlikely vectors of Buruli ulcer disease
ME Benbow, H Williamson, R Kimbirauskas, MD McIntosh, R Kolar, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 14 (8), 1247, 2008
872008
Road-salt toxicity of select Michigan wetland macroinvertebrates under different testing conditions
ME Benbow, RW Merritt
Wetlands 24 (1), 68-76, 2004
862004
Delayed insect access alters carrion decomposition and necrophagous insect community assembly
JL Pechal, ME Benbow, TL Crippen, AM Tarone, JK Tomberlin
Ecosphere 5 (4), 1-21, 2014
812014
Microbial communities associated with human decomposition and their potential use as postmortem clocks
SJ Finley, ME Benbow, GT Javan
International journal of legal medicine 129 (3), 623-632, 2015
782015
Detection of Mycobacterium ulcerans in the Environment Predicts Prevalence of Buruli Ulcer in Benin
HR Williamson, ME Benbow, LP Campbell, CR Johnson, G Sopoh, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 6 (1), e1506, 2012
782012
Biodegradation of Polystyrene by Dark (Tenebrio obscurus) and Yellow (Tenebrio molitor) Mealworms (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
BY Peng, Y Su, Z Chen, J Chen, X Zhou, ME Benbow, CS Criddle, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (9), 5256-5265, 2019
742019
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