Martin Matisoff

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InstitutionKentucky State University
 
Postal address400 E. Main Street
Frankfort
KENTUCKY
40601
United States of America
 
Office phone5025976351
Mobile phone5025976351
E-mailmartin.matisoff@kysu.edu
Webwww.kysu.edu
 
Job /  professional statusResearcher
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Pests & Pathogens
COLOSS Taskforce(s)   Varroa control
 
Research interestsAnatomy
 Morphology
 Histology
 DNA Analysis
 Effects of climate and temperature
 
PublicationsMatisoff, M., C. Butler, T. Webster College of Agriculture, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY Staining and histological techniques for viewing honey bee midgut structures. American Bee Research Conference San Antonio, TX.

Thomas Webster, Martin Matisoff, Cecil Butler College of Agriculture, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY Midgut morphological changes that accompany Nosema ceranae infection in honey bees. American Bee Research Conference San Antonio, TX.

Matisoff MA, Webster TC. An inexpensive test for Nosema in honey bees. American Bee Research Conference. 2013. Hershey, PA.
Webster TC, Matisoff MA. Early development of Nosema ceranae in honey bee midgut tissue. American Bee Research Conference 2013. Hershey, PA.

Webster TC, Matisoff MA, Butler C. Nutrition and pathogens affects honey bee (Apis mellifera) peritrophic membrane integrity. Managed Pollinator Coordinated Agricultural Project (CAP), A national research and extension initiative to reverse pollinator decline. 2012. Available at: http://www.beeccdcap.uga.edu/

Matisoff, MA and TC Webster. Effects of osmotic pressure, ionic composition, sugars, temperature, and time on Nosema spp. polar filament eversion. American Bee Research Conference. 2012. Galveston, TX
Webster, TC, E Hogue, and MA Matisoff. Nosema ceranae spore viability is affected by fecal matter. Proc Am Bee Res Conf. 2012.

Matisoff, MA and TC Webster. Agents effective against the germination of Nosema ceranae spores. Presented at: 2011 International Congress on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control, OECD Symposium on Disease in Aquatic Crustaceans, and 44th Annual Meet of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 2012.

Matisoff, MA; Webster, TC. Anatomical changes in the midgut and peritrophic membrane in honey bees (Apis mellifera) infected with Nosema ceranae. American Bee Research Conference (Galveston, TX). Am Bee J. 2012. 151(5):512.

Webster, TC; Matisoff, MA. Primary spores of Nosema ceranae are early indicators of infection. Proceedings of the American Bee Research Conference. Am Bee J. 2011. 151(5):516.