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Arne Skorping

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  • E-postArne.Skorping@uib.no
  • Telefon+47 55 58 24 69
  • Besøksadresse
    Thormøhlensgt. 53 A/B
  • Postadresse
    Postboks 7803
    5020 Bergen

Jeg studerer evolusjon og økologi hos parasitter.  Dette omfatter hvordan endringer i miljø kan påvirke grunnleggende egenskaper hos parasitter, som for eksempel reproduksjonsstrategier og virulens.

Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2019. The tapeworm Ligula intestinalis alters the behavior of the fish intermediate host Engraulicypris sardella, but only after it has become infective to the final host. Behavioural Processes. 47-52.
  • 2018. The role of chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Philopteridae) as intermediate hosts in the transmission of Hymenolepis microps (Cestoda: Cyclophyllidea) from the willow ptarmigan Lagopus lagopus (Aves: Tetraonidae). Journal of Helminthology. 49-55.
  • 2018. Spatial and temporal distribution of Ligula intestinalis (Cestoda: Diphyllobothriidea) in usipa (Engraulicypris sardella) (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in Lake Nyasa. Journal of Helminthology. 410-416.
  • 2017. Parasite fecundity decreases with increasing parasite load in the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis infecting Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Journal of Fish Diseases. 671-678.
  • 2017. Invest more and die faster: The life history of a parasite on intensive farms. Evolutionary Applications. 890-896.
  • 2017. Evolution of virulence under intensive farming: salmon lice increase skin lesions and reduce host growth in salmon farms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 1136-1142.
  • 2017. Atlantic salmon infected with salmon lice are more susceptible to new lice infections. Journal of Fish Diseases. 311-317.
  • 2016. When to reproduce? A new answer to an old question. American Naturalist.
  • 2012. Life history and virulence are linked in the ectoparasitic salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 856-861.
  • 2008. Ectoparasite intensities are correlated with endoparasite infection loads in willow ptarmigan. Oikos. 515-520.
  • 2006. Vector-borne parasites decrease host mobility: A field test of freeze or flee behaviour of willow ptarmigan. International Journal of Parasitology. 735-740.
  • 2006. On the track of the Red Queen: bark beetles, their nematodes, local climate and geographic parthenogenesis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 1939-1947.
  • 2006. Mélange á trois: hosts, parasites and combes. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 67-68.
  • 2006. Is reduced body growth of cod exposed to the gill parasite Lernaeocera branchialis a cost of resistance? Journal of Fish Biology. 1281-1287.
  • 2006. Is reduced body growth of cod exposed to the gill parasite Lernaeocera branchialis a cost of resistance? Journal of Fish Biology. 1281-1287.
  • 2006. Empirical support for optimal virulence in a castrating parasite. PLoS Biology. 1265-1269.
  • 2005. The influence of a parasite community on the dynamics of a host population: A longitudinal study on willow ptarmigan and their parasites. Oikos. 377-391.
  • 2005. Seasonal infection patterns in Willow Grouse (Lagopus lagopus L.) do not support the presence of parasite-induced winter losses. Ornis Fennica. 137-146.
  • 2005. Can parasites synchronize the population fluctuations of sympatric tetraonids? Oikos. 429-434.
  • 2005. Can parasites synchronise the population fluctuations of sympatric tetraonids? - examining some minimum conditions. Oikos. 429-434.
  • 2004. Parasite tags in ecological studies of terrestrial hosts: a study on ptarmigan (Lagopus spp.) dispersal. Ornis Fennica. 128-136.
  • 2004. Disease dynamics: all caused by males? Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 219-220.
  • 2002. The parasite Lernaeocera branchialis on caged cod: infection pattern is caused by differences in host susceptibility. Parasitology. 69-76.
  • 1999. Optimal timing of first reproduction in parasitic nematodes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 1148-1156.
  • 1998. Transmission of Cryptocotyle lingua cercariae in natural environments: a field experiment. Journal of Fish Biology. 879-885.
  • 1998. Transmission of Cryptocotyle lingua cercariae in natural environments: a field experiment. Journal of Fish Biology. 879-885.
  • 1998. Transmission of Cryprocotyle lingua cercariae in natural environments: a field experiment. Journal of Fish Biology. 879-885.
  • 1998. Parasite abundance, body size, life histories, and the energetic equivalence rule. American Naturalist. 497-513.
  • 1998. Parasite abundance, body size, life histories, and the energetic equivalence rule. American Naturalist. 497-513.
  • 1998. Macroparasites as selective agents in birds. Bulletin of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology.
  • 1998. Host densities as determinants of abundance in parasite communities. Proc.R.Soc.Lond.B. 1283-1289.
  • 1998. Host densities as determinants of abundance in parasite communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section B. 1283-1289.
  • 1998. Experimental infection of reindeer, sheep and goats with Elaphostrongylus spp. (Nematoda, Protostrongylidae) from moose and reindeer. Rangifer.
  • 1998. Drugs and parasites: global experiments in life history evolution. Ecology Letters. 10-12.
  • 1998. Drugs and parasites: global experiments in life history evolution. Ecology Letters. 10-12.
  • 1998. Covariation of parasite intensities of willow ptarmigan, Lagopus lagopus L. Canadian Journal of Zoology.
  • 1997. Regulation of infrapopulations of Cryptocotyle lingua on cod. Parasitology. 145-150.
  • 1997. Regulation of Infrapopulations of Cryptocotyle lingua on Cod. Parasitology. 145-150.
  • 1997. Cross-infection of moose (Alces alces) and reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) with Elaphostrongylus alces and Elaphostrongylus rangiferi (Nematoda, Protostrongylidae): Effects on Parasite Morphology and Prepatent Period. Veterinary parasitology. 27-38.
  • 1995. Pepsin digestion reveals both previous and present infections of metacercariae in the skin of fish. Fisheries Research. 173-177.
  • 1994. The distribution of Cryptocotyle spp. metacercariae in the skin of caged Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.). Journal of Fish Biology. 352-355.
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2003. Do parasites influence reproductive effort in Atlantic cod?
  • 2003. Do parasites influence reproductive effort in Atlantic cod?
  • 2003. Can parasites synchronise the population fluctuations of sympatric tetraonids? A test of some minimum requirements.
  • 2002. Variation in infection levels in natural populations due to differences in host susceptibility.
  • 2001. Variation in susceptibility and body growth between hosts identified by their infection history.
  • 2000. Is reduced body growth of cod uninfected with the gill parasite L. branchialis a cost of resistance?
  • 1997. The Effect of Parasites on Hosts Reproductive Strategies.
  • 1997. Parasitter og verters livshistorie.
  • 1997. Kovariasjon av parasitter hos rype.
  • 1997. Does Host Finding Behaviour of the Cryptocotyle Lingua Cenoariae Affect the Transmission in Natural Environments.
Leder
  • 2007. Selecting for fast and slow maturing worms. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences. 1465-1466.
Mastergradsoppgave
  • 2006. Reproduksjonsstrategi og levetid hos lakselus (Lepeophtheirus salmonis, Krøyer) som blir sultet.
  • 2006. Does Daphnia magna Straus adaptively respond to a castrating parasite by changing its mode of reproduction?
  • 2006. Body size does not explain individual variation in grooming in Norwegian red deed (Cervus elaphus L.).
Populærvitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2017. Intensiv matproduksjon kan gi farligere parasitter, og lakseoppdrett er intet unntak. Norske Fiskeoppdrett. 38-42.
  • 2009. Lakselus som modell for å forstå utvikling av virulens. Naturen. 204-208.
  • 2004. Akvakultur � oppdrett av sykdomsorganismer? Fiskehelse. 15-19.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • 2017. Salmon lice as models for understanding life history evolution of parasites under intensive farming.
Intervju
  • 2016. Meningen med livet er 36,8.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 1998. Avdeling for økologi/zoologi. 9 sider.
  • 1997. Causes and Consequences of Life History Variation in Parasitiv Nematodes.
Vitenskapelig oversiktsartikkel/review
  • 2010. Intensive Farming: Evolutionary Implications for Parasites and Pathogens. 59-67.
  • 2005. Parasites in the grand scheme of things.
  • 2005. Global parasitology.

Se fullstendig oversikt over publikasjoner i CRIStin.

List of publications (last 10 years)

 

1.       Holmstad PR, Jensen KH, Skorping A. (2008).  Ectoparasite intensities are correlated with endoparasite loads in willow ptarmigan.  Oikos 117, 515 - 520

2.       Skorping A. (2007). Selecting for fast and slow maturing worms.  Proc. R. Soc. B274: 1465-1466

3.       Lysne D, Hemmingsen W. and Skorping A. (2006).  Is reduced body growth of cod exposed to the gill parasite Lernaeocera branchialis s cost of resistance?  J. Fish Biol. 69, 1281-1287.

4.       Jensen, KH, Little T., Skorping A, Ebert D. (2006).  An experimental test of the optimal level of virulence of a bacterial pathogen. PLoS Biology 4(7), e197.

5.       Hamm, S. Løyning, Skorping, A.M.K. Kirkendall, L.R, (2006).  On the track of the Red Queen: bark beetles, their nematodes, local climate and geographic parthenogenesis.  J. Evol. Biol 19, 1939-1947

6.       Holmstad P, Jensen, KH, Skorping A. (2006).  Vector-borne parasites decrease host mobility:  A field test of freeze or flee behaviour of willow grouse.  Int. J. Parasitol. 36, 735 - 740.

7.       Skorping A. (2006). Melange á trios – hosts parasites and Combes. (Book Review).  Trends in Ecology & Evolution , 21, 67-68

8.       Schei E, Holmstad P.R., Skorping A. (2005).  Seasonal infection patterns of parasites in willow Grouse do not support the presence of parasite-induced winter losses.  Ornis Fennica, 82, 137-146

9.       Skorping, A. (2005).  Global parasitology (Book Review).  Trends in Parasitology, 17. 455

10.    Skorping, A. (2005).  Parasites in the grand scheme of things (Book Review).  Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 20,287-288

11.    Holmstad, P., Hudson, P.J. and Skorping, A. (2005). The influence of a parasite community on the dynamics of a host population: a longitudinal study on willow ptarmigan and their parasites. Oikos 111, 377 - 391

12.    Holmstad, P., Hudson, P.J., Vandvik V. and Skorping, A. (2005). Can parasites synchronise the population fluctuations of sympatric tetraonids?  Examining some minimum conditions. Oikos 109: 429-434

13.    Holmstad, P.R., Holstad, Ø., Karbøl, G., Revhaug, J.O., Schei, E., Vandvik, V., Skorping, A. (2004).  Parasite tags in ecological studies of terrestrial hosts: a study on ptarmigan  (Lagopus spp.) dispersal.  Ornis Fennica, 81: 128-136.

14.    Skorping, A & Jensen, K.H. (2004). Disease dynamics: all caused by males?  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19(5): 219-220.

15.    Holmstad, P., Anwar, A., Iezhova, T., Skorping, A. (2003). Standard sampling techniques underestimate the prevalence of avian haematozoa in willow ptarmigan, Lagopus lagopus L. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 39: 354-358

16.    Lysne DA, Skorping A. (2002).  The  parasite Laernocera branchialis in caged cod: Infection pattern is caused by differences in host susceptibility.  Parasitology 124, 69-76

17.    K. Wilson, O.N. Bjørnstad, A.P. Dobson, S. Merler, G. Poglayen, S.E. Randolph, A.F. Read and A. Skorping. (2002).  Heterogeneities in macroparasite infections: patterns and processes. In Ecology of Wildlife Diseases Ed Hudson, P.J. Rizzoli, A.P., Grenfell, B.T., Heesterbeek, J.A.P., Dobson, A.P.  Oxford University Press, 197 pp.

18.    Grenfell, B.T. Amos,W., Arneberg, P., Bjørnstad, O.N., Greenman, J.V., Harwood, P., Lanfranchi, A.R., McLean, A.R., Norman, R.A., Read, A.F., Skorping, A. (2002).  Visions for future research in wildlife epidemiology. In Ecology of Wildlife Diseases Ed Hudson, P.J. Rizzoli, A.P., Grenfell, B.T., Heesterbeek, J.A.P., Dobson, A.P.  Oxford University Press, 197 pp

19.    Skorping, A. and Högstedt, G. (2001). Trophic cascades – a role for parasites?  Oikos 94, 191-192

20.    Handeland, K., Stuve, G., Skorping, A. (2001).  Experimental Elaphostrongylus alces infection in goats. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 125, 71-75

21.    Sagerup K, Henriksen EO, Skorping A, Skaare JU, Gabrielsen GW. (2000). Polychlorinated biphenyl levels (PCB) and intensities of parasitic nematodes are positively correlated in Glaucous Gulls (Larus hyperboreus).  Journal of Applied Ecology 37, 532-539

22.    Read, A.F., Gemmill, A. W, Skorping, A. (2000).  Evolution of nematode life histories: consequences of medical and veterinary intervention.  In:  Poulin, R., Morand, S., & Skorping, A. Evolutionary Biology of Host-Parasite Relationships:  Theory meets Reality.  Elsevier Science. 

23.    Handeland, K., Gibbons, L.M., Skorping, A. (2000).  Aspects of the life cycle and pathogenesis of Elaphostrongylus cervi in red deer (Cervus elaphus). ).  Journal of Parasitology 86, 1061-1066

24.    Handeland, K., Gibbons, L.M., Skorping, A. (2000).  Experimental  Elaphostrongylus cervi infection  in sheep and goats. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 123, 248-257

25.    Skorping, A. & Read, A.F. (2000). What determines the longevity of parasitic nematodes?  Bull. Scand. Soc. Parasitol. 10,  55-60  

26.    Poulin R, Morand S, Skorping A. (eds).  (2000).  Evolutionary Biology of Host-Parasite Relationships:  Theory meets reality.  Elsevier, Amsterdam, New York, Oxford, 250 pp.

 

Lakselus som modell for å forstå livshistorie-evolusjon av parasitter