Philippe A. Rossignol

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Department of Fisheries & Wildlife,

Nash Hall, 2820 SW Campus Way,

Oregon State University, Corvallis,

OR 97331-3803, USA

 

Phone

Tel: 541-737-5509

Fax: 541-737-3590

 

Email

Phil.Rossignol@oregonstate.edu

 

Education summary

Ph.D. (1978), Department of Microbiology and Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine,
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

Employment summary

Faculty (1988-), Oregon State University, Corvallis OR

Assistant Professor of Medicine (1984-1987), Division of Geographic Medicine
and Infectious Diseases, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston MA

Post-doc (1978-1986), Department of Tropical Public Health, Harvard School of
Public Health, Boston MA

 

Updated:October 2009

 

Current interests

Over the last decade, students, colleagues and I have contributed mathematical advances in basic and applied theory of ecological communities. These include variance of eigenvalues (Ecology), probabilistic evaluation of community matrix predictions (Ecology), redefinition of stability criteria (Am. Nat.), classification of community structure (Ecol. Model.), distribution pattern of indirect effects (ACM-SIGSAM), reconstruction of community structure (Fish. Res.), changes in life expectancy (Math. Biosc.), changes in risk of vector-borne disease (Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg.), Bayesian relational modeling of the epidemiology of West Nile virus (Risk Anal.) and the theory of vector-borne transient epidemics (J. Theor. Biol.).

We have applied many of the above theoretical developments to field studies in fisheries, wildlife sciences and public health (Estuaries, Oikos, Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sc., Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg., Risk Analysis, Ecol. Mod., Fisheries Res.). We also have developed an interactive website that allows non-mathematically oriented students as well as advanced researchers to apply and learn these techniques (Loop Analysis link, above). Recently, in collaboration with a team of scientists from various national fisheries agencies and following a 2008 modeling workshop sponsored by IFREMER in Nantes, France, we applied qualitative modeling to predict responses of complex exploited systems to perturbations, integrating both ecological and economic components of the fisheries (Fish and Fisheries).

I maintain an interest in climate change and was an invited participant to a UN sponsored executive roundtable on scenario building climate change futures, at the United Nations (UN building, New York, NY) and at the Swiss Re Center for Global Dialogue (Ruschlikon, Switzerland) in 2003-04.

I am a researcher on the Oceans & Human Health Initiative with collaborators at the West Coast Center for Oceans and Human Health in Seattle, WA.

Current or recent students are completing work on sensitivity analysis of the community matrix (Eco. Mod.) and on reactivity of vector-borne epidemics (J. Theor. Biol.), (Geoff Hosack, Ph.D., currently Ohio State U.), forensic entomology (David England, M.Sc., currently US Navy), mosquito vector dynamics in Corvallis (Jill Townzen, Ph.D., EPA Star grant; currently Mid. Tenn. St. Univ.) and salmon parasitism in the Klamath river (Adam Ray, current M.Sc.). With EPA leadership, I am participating in a State Dept. funded research project on the ecology of malaria in Uzbekistan and Central Asia.

 

Previous Research

Before 2000, my research at OSU centered on entomologic physiology, behavior and epidemiology. We
-identified the mode of action of mosquito repellency and devised the currently standard olfactometer (J. Med. Ent., Med. Vet. Ent.);
-discovered novel mosquito salivary components and associated behavior (Comp. Biochem Phys., Parasit., Parasit. Immun.);
-developed models of arbovirus monitoring (Epidemiology) and malaria (Parasit., Med. Vet. Ent.);
-elucidated the etiology of honeybee mite parasitism (Phil. Tr. Roy Soc., Can. J. Zool., Parasit., Trends Parasit.);
-described aphid feeding behavior (J. Econ. Ent.);
-documented the impact of virus on thrips vital parameters in peppermint (J. Econ. Ent.);
-obtained a US patent in apiculture.

Before my arrival at OSU, I was involved in discoveries of mosquito-parasite interactions (Science, PNAS, Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., Trends Parasit.), mosquito salivary function (Exp. Parasit., J. Exp. Biol., J. Ins. Physiol., Comp. Biochem. Phys.), endocrinology (J. Ins. Physiol.) and sensory reception (J. Morph.)

 

Supervised Graduate Students

Ph.D. Gliceria E. Pimentel 1988. A Lysozyme-like Protein in the Salivary Glands of Adult Aedes aegypti: Functional and Biochemical Characteristics

M.Sc. Jong-Neng Shieh 1991. Influence of Host Anemia on Blood-feeding Rate and Egg Production of Aedes aegypti (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae)

M.Sc. Diane M. Sether 1991 (co-advisor with J. D. DeAngelis). Transmission Efficiency and Life Table Parameters of Western Flower Thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande)

M.Sc. Lanqian Deng 1992. Antibacterial Activities in the Salivary Glands of Female Mosquitoes

Ph.D. Xiaohong Li 1993. Epidemiological Implications of Sporozoite Aggregation in Malaria Vectors

Ph.D. Jong-Neng Shieh 1994. Salivation and Engorgement Parameters of Sucking Insect Vectors: Implications in Pathogen Transmission

M.Sc. Elif Barcin Dogan 1994. Development and Reproduction of Convergent Lady Beetle Feeding on Green Peach Aphid Exposed to Btt

Ph.D. Seeviga Saengtharatip 1995. Human Lymphatic Filariasis in Thailand: Microfilaremia Frequency Distribution in Human Populations and its Relationship with Age and Sex

M.Sc. Aaron Kimo Morris. 1997. A Model of Trophic Evolutionary Pathways

Ph.D. Jane Lee Jorgensen 1997. (co-advisor with A. M. Rossignol). Strategic Modeling of Sustainable Food Supply Systems

Ph.D. Elif Barcin Dogan 1998. Evaluation of Behavioral Response of Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes to Repellents Using a Novel Olfactometer

M.Sc. Israel Duran 1998. Stability and Complexity: A Reappraisal of the Competitive Exclusion Principle

M.Sc. Wataru Koketsu (FW; co-advisor with D. Edge). 2004 Environmental Correlates of Parasitism in Introduced Threespine Stickleback in the Upper Deschutes River Basin, Oregon

Ph.D. Jennifer Orme-Zavaleta 2003. (FW; co-advisor with D. Edge). Integrative Risk Analysis of Vector-borne Disease

Ph.D. Gabriela Montano-Moctezuma 2001. (FW; co-advisor with H. W. Li). Sea Urchin Kelp Forest Communities in Marine Reserves and Areas of Exploitation

Ph.D. Jeff Dambacher 2001. (FW; co-advisor with H. W. Li). Qualitative Analysis of the Community Matrix

M.Sc. David England 2006. (Ent.). Post Mortem Interval and Decomposition rates: Biological Observations and Mathematical Analysis

B.A. Colin B. Simmons 2006. (Honors College). The African Oil Palm and Chapil: A Comparative Study of Their uses, Sustainability, and Economic Viability in Ecuador.

Ph.D. Geoff Hosack 2008. (FW-IGERT; H. W. Li as co-advisor). Predicting the Stability, the Equilibrium Response, and the Nonequilibrium Dynamics of Ecological Systems

Ph.D. Jill Townzen, 2008. (Env. Sc.; co-advisor with D. Judd). Examining Parameters of Vectorial Capacity for Mosquitoes Associated with Stormwater Catch Basins in Corvallis, Oregon

M.Sc. Adam Ray, expected 2010 (FW; co-advisor J. Bartholomew) (Salmon Parasitism in Klamath River)

(committee member on 50+ others)

Publications

Hosack, G.R., H. W. Li and P.A. Rossignol. 2009. Sensitivity of system stability to model structure.
Ecological Modelling 220: 1054-1062

Dambacher, J.M., Gaughan, D.J., Rochet, M.-J., Rossignol, P.A. and Trenkel, V.M. 2009. Qualitative modelling and indicators of exploited ecosystems.
Fish and Fisheries 10: 305-322

Rossignol, P.A. 2008. Structuring ecological problems: a tribute to Peter Yodzis. Book review: N. Rooney, K. S. McCann and D. L. G. Noakes (eds), From Energetics to Ecosystems: The Dynamics and Structure of Ecological Systems. Springer.
Environmental Biology of Fishes 83:125

Hosack, G. R. P. A. Rossignol and P. van den Driessche. 2008. The control of vector-borne disease epidemics.
Journal of Theoretical Biology 255:16-25

Montano-Moctezuma, G., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2008. Variability of community interaction networks in marine reserves and adjacent exploited areas.
Fisheries Research 94: 99-108

Montano-Moctezuma, G., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2007. Alternative community structures in a kelp-urchin community: A qualitative modeling approach.
Ecological Modelling 205: 343-354

Orme Zavaleta, J., J. Jorgensen, B. D Ambrosio, E. Altendorf, F. W. Kutz and P. A. Rossignol. 2006. Discovering spatio-temporal models of risk of West Nile Virus.
Risk Analysis 26: 413-422

Rossignol, P. A., J. Orme-Zavaleta and A. M. Rossignol. 2006. Global climate change and its impact on disease imbedded in ecological communities.
Environmental Geosciences 13: 55-63

Dambacher, J. M., R. Levins and P. A. Rossignol. 2005. Life expectancy change in perturbed communities: Derivation and qualitative analysis.
Mathematical Biosciences 197: 1-14

Arkoosh, M. R., L. Johnson, P. A. Rossignol and T. K. Collier. 2004. Predicting press perturbations on salmon communities: Implications for monitoring.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 61: 1166-1175

Orme Zavaleta, J. and P. A. Rossignol. 2004. Community level analysis of risk of vector-borne disease.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 98: 610-618

Dambacher, J. M., H-K. Luh, H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2003. Qualitative stability and ambiguity in model ecosystems.
American Naturalist 161: 876-888

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2003. Qualitative predictions in model ecosystems.
Ecological Modelling 161: 79-93

Aney, W. W. 2003. (contributors: Anthony, R.G., E. B. Arnett, D. Edge, P. Rossignol, & D.W. Thomas) Re: House Bill 2416
fw.oregonstate.edu/tws/cons and leg affairs/HB2416.PDF

Rossignol, A. M. and P. A. Rossignol. 2003. Us and them: Public health ethics in an age of Otherness.
Reflections Newsletter of the Program for Ethics, Science, and the Environment OSU 10(1): 8

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2002. Relevance of community structure in assessing indeterminacy of ecological predictions.
Ecology 83: 1372-1385

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2002. Matrix methods for qualitative analysis of the community matrix. Ecological Archives (Ecology) E083-022-A1

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2002. Cramer s rule and complementary feedback. Ecological Archives (Ecology) E083-022-A2

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2002. Maple V program commands for qualitative and symbolic analysis of the community matrix. Ecological Archives (Ecology) E083-022-S1 (regular updates)

Jorgensen, J., H-K. Luh and P. A. Rossignol. 2002. Information Assurance Cyber Ecology. Draft final report for
Air Force Contract F30602-00-C-0020, submitted to Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome, New York, 28 June 2002. 150pp.

Shields, B. A., P. Bird, W. J. Liss, K. L. Groves, R. Olson and P. A. Rossignol. 2002. The nematode Anisakis simplex in American Shad (Alosa sapidissima) in two Oregon rivers.
Journal of Parasitology 88: 1033-1035

Dambacher, J. M., P. A. Rossignol, H. W. Li and J. M. Emlen. 2001. Technical Comment: Dam Breaching and Chinook Salmon Recovery.
Science 291: 939a

Jorgensen, J., Rossignol, P., M. Takikawa and D. Upper. 2001. Cyberecology: Looking to ecology for insights into information assurance.
DARPA Information Survivability Conference and Exposition; IEEE Computer Society, v. II. pp. 287-296

Dambacher, J. M. and P. A. Rossignol. 2001. The golden rule of complementary feedback.
ACM SIGSAM Bulletin 35(4): 1-9

Castillo, G., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 2000. Absence of overall feedback in a benthic estuarine community: A system potentially buffered from impacts of biological invasions.
Estuaries 23: 275-291

Rossignol, P. A. 2000. Invited book review: Medical Entomology for Students (2nd edn) by M. W. Service.
Trends in Parasitology 16: 360

Jorgensen, J., A. M. Rossignol, C. J. Puccia, R. Levins and P. A. Rossignol. 2000. On the variance of eigenvalues of the community matrix: Derivation and appraisal.
Ecology 81: 2928-2931

Li, H. W., P. A. Rossignol and G. Castillo. 2000. Risk analysis of species introduction: Insights from qualitative modeling. Chapter 30, pp431-447. In
Nonindigenous Freshwater Organisms: Vectors, Biology, and Impacts. Claudi, R. and J. H. Leach (eds.). Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.

Dogan, E. B., J. W. Ayres and P. A. Rossignol. 1999. Behavioral mode of action of DEET: Inhibition of lactic acid attraction.
Medical & Veterinary Entomology 13: 97-100

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li, J. O. Wolff and P. A. Rossignol. 1999. A parsimonious interpretation of the impact of food and predation on snowshoe hares.
Oikos 84: 530-532

Royce, L.A., P. A. Rossignol, M. L. Kubitz and F. R. Burton. 1999. Recovery of second instar Gasterophilus larva in a human infant: A case report.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 60: 403-404

Principal-D Aubeterre, J., D. D. Myrold, L. A. Royce and P. A. Rossignol. 1999. A scientific note of an application of isotope ratio mass spectrometry to feeding by the mite, Varroa jacobsoni Oudemans, on the honey bee, Apis mellifera l.
Apidologie 30: 351-352

Rossignol, A. M., H. Sherburne and P. A. Rossignol. 1999. Invited book review: Our Children s Toxic Legacy: How Science and Law Fail to Protect Us from Pesticides (2nd ed.) by J. Wargo.
Journal of Public Health Policy 20:497-499

Dambacher, J. M., H. W. Li and P. A. Rossignol. 1999. Historical reconstruction, through qualitative modeling, of the effects of exotic fish introductions in Tenmile Lakes, Oregon. Pp. 219-233 in
ODFW and NMF. Management Implications of Co-occurring Native and Introduced Fishes: Proceedings of the Workshop, Oct. 27-28, 1998, Portland, OR. 243 pp.

Dogan, E. B. and P. A. Rossignol. 1999. An olfactometer for discriminating between attraction, inhibition and repellency in mosquitoes.
Journal of Medical Entomology 36: 788-793

Li, X. and P. A. Rossignol. 1998. A probability model on the use of sentinel animal monitoring for arbovirus.
Epidemiology 9: 446-451

Gresswell, R. E., H. Li and P. Rossignol. 1998. Ecological risk analysis of a piscivorous fish introduction into the Yellowstone Lake ecosystem. Pp. 122-126, in
Wild Trout VI Symposium. Gresswell, R. E., P. Dwyer and R. H. Hamre (eds.). 216 pp.

Rossignol, A. and P. Rossignol. 1998. A Rift in the Rift Valley.
Reflections Newsletter of the Program for Ethics, Science, and the Environment, OSU 5(2): 2, 7

Chou, J. T., P. A. Rossignol and J. W. Ayres. 1997. Evaluation of commercial insect repellents on human skin using an olfactometer against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae).
Journal of Medical Entomology 34: 624-630

Rossignol, P. A. 1997. Invited book review: Biology of the Insect Midgut, edited by M. J. Lehane and P. F. Billingsley.
Trends in Parasitology 13: 202

Dogan, E. B., R. E. Berry, G. L. Reed and P. A. Rossignol. 1996. Biological parameters of convergent lady beetle (Coleoptera: Coccinelidae)feeding on aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) on transgenic potato.
Journal of Economic Entomology 89: 1105-1108

DeAngelis, J. D., D. M. Sether and P. A. Rossignol. 1994. Transmission of impatiens necrotic spot virus in peppermint by western flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae).
Journal of Economic Entomology 87: 197-201

Bonnlander, H., A. M. Rossignol and P. A. Rossignol. 1994. Malaria in central Haiti: A hospital-based retrospective study, 1982-1986, 1988-1991.
Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization 28: 9-16 (
Bonnlander, H., A. M. Rossignol y P. A. Rossignol. 1994. Malaria en la zona central de Haiti: estudio retrospective en un hospital, 1982-1986 y 1988-1991. Boletin de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 116: 397-405)

Shieh, J.-N., R. E. Berry, G. L. Reed and P. A. Rossignol. 1994. Probing behavior of green peach aphid on transgenic potato expressing a Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis d-endotoxin gene.
Journal of Economic Entomology 87: 618-622

Rossignol, P. A. 1994. Do tropical diseases cause poverty, or does poverty cause tropical diseases?
Epidemiology Monitor 15(9): 9

Rossignol, P. A. 1994. Invited book review: Parasitic and Infectious Diseases - Epidemiology and Ecology, edited by M. E. Scott and G. Smith.
Epidemiology Monitor 15(11): 8

Bissonnette, E. Y., P. A. Rossignol and A. D. Befus. 1993. Extracts of mosquito salivary gland inhibit tumor necrosis factor alpha release from mast cells.
Parasite Immunology 15: 27-33

Royce, L. A., B. A. Stringer, C. Kitprasert, D. M. Burgett and P. A. Rossignol. 1993. Infestation of tracheal mites (Acari: Tarsonemidae) in feral and managed colonies of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).
Journal of Economic Entomology 86: 712-714

Rossignol, P. A. 1993. Defining "control": Ethical and epidemiological consequences.
Epidemiology Monitor 14: 6-7

Rossignol, P. A. and J.-N. Shieh. 1993. Feeding success of vectors on infected hosts.
Trends in Parasitology 9: 442-443

DeAngelis, J. D., D. M. Sether and P. A. Rossignol. 1993. Survival, development, and reproduction in western flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) exposed to impatiens necrotic spot virus.
Environmental Entomology 22: 1308-1312

Li, X. and P. A. Rossignol. 1992. Blood vessel location time by Anopheles stephensi (Diptera: Culicidae).
Journal of Medical Entomology 29: 122-124

Li, X., B. Sina and P. A. Rossignol. 1992. Probing behavior and sporozoite delivery of Anopheles stephensi infected with Plasmodium berghei.
Medical & Veterinary Entomology 6: 57-61

Shieh, J.-N. and P. A. Rossignol. 1992. Opposite influence of host anemia on blood feeding rate and fecundity of mosquitoes.
Parasitology 105: 159-163

Rossignol, P. A., L. A. Royce and B. A. Stringer. 1992. Mating behavior of confined honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) in an observation chamber: Preliminary observations.
Bee Science 2: 77-81

Royce, L. A., P. A. Rossignol, D. M. Burgett and B. A. Stringer. 1991. Reduction of tracheal mite parasitism of honey bees by swarming.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London) Series B 331: 123-129

Sether, D. M., J. D. DeAngelis and P. A. Rossignol. 1991. First report of Tomato Spotted Wilt virus in peppermint (Mentha x piperita).
Plant Disease 75: 644

Royce, L. A. and P. A. Rossignol. 1991. Sex bias in tracheal mite [Acarapis woodi (Rennie)] infestation of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.).
Bee Science 1: 140-142

James, A. A. and P. A. Rossignol. 1991. Mosquito salivary glands: Parasitological and molecular aspects.
Trends in Parasitology 7: 267-271

Royce, L. A. and P. A. Rossignol. 1990. Honey bee mortality due to tracheal mite parasitism.
Parasitology 100: 147-151

Rossignol, P. A. and F. M. Feinsod. 1990. Arthropods Directly Causing Human Injury. Chapter 58, pp. 519-532. In
Tropical and Geographical Medicine, 2nd ed. K. S. Warren and A. A. F. Mahmoud (eds.). McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1159 pp.

Pimentel, G. E. and P. A. Rossignol. 1990. Age dependence of salivary bacteriolytic activity in adult mosquitoes.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 96B: 549-551

Burgett, D. M., P. A. Rossignol and C. Kitprasert. 1990. A model of dispersion and regulation of brood mite (Tropilaelaps clareae) parasitism on the giant honey bee host (Apis dorsata).
Canadian Journal of Zoology 68: 1423-1427

Royce, L. A. and P. A. Rossignol. 1990. Epidemiology of honey bee parasites.
Trends in Parasitology 6: 348-353

Parsons, G. L. and P. A. Rossignol. 1989. Identifying adult hard ticks commonly found on humans in Oregon.
O.S.U. Extension Service Publication EM 8410. 3 pp.

Rossignol, P. A. and A. MacKay Rossignol. 1988. Simulations of enhanced malaria transmission and host bias induced by modified vector probing behaviour.
Parasitology 97: 363-372

Rossignol, P. A. 1987. Invited book review: Hemocytic and Humoral Immunity in Arthropods, edited by A. P. Gupta.
Trends in Parasitology 3: 289

Rossignol, P. A. 1987. Parasite modification of mosquito probing behavior.
Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America 68: 25-28

Rossignol, P. A., J. M. C. Ribeiro and A. Spielman. 1986. Increased biting rate and reduced fertility in sporozoite-infected mosquitoes.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 35: 277-279

Rossignol, P. A. and A. M. Lueders. 1986. Bacteriolytic factor in the salivary glands of Aedes aegypti.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 83B: 819-822

Spielman, A., J. M. C. Ribeiro, P. A. Rossignol and J. R. Perrone. 1986. Food-associated regulation of salivary production by mosquitoes. In
Host Regulated Developmental Mechanisms in Vector Arthropods: Proceedings of the Vero Beach Symposium, Vero Beach, Florida, USA, 3-6 February, 1986. D. Borovsky and A. Spielman (eds.), pp. 100-103. Published by the University of Florida-IFAS, Vero Beach, FL.

Spielman, A. and P. A. Rossignol. 1984. Insect Vectors. Chapter 20, pp. 167-183. In
Tropical and Geographical Medicine. K. S. Warren and A. A. F. Mahmoud (eds.). McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1175 pp.

Ribeiro, J. M. C., P. A. Rossignol and A. Spielman. 1986. Blood-finding strategy of a capillary-feeding sandfly, Lutzomyia longipalpis.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 83A: 683-686

Rossignol, P. A., J. M. C. Ribeiro, M. Jungery, M. J. Turell, A. Spielman and C. L. Bailey. 1985. Enhanced mosquito blood-finding success on parasitemic hosts: Evidence for vector-parasite mutualism.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA) 82: 7725-7727

Ribeiro, J. M. C., P. A. Rossignol and A. Spielman. 1985. Salivary gland apyrase determines probing time in anopheline mosquitoes.
Journal of Insect Physiology 31: 689-692

Ribeiro, J. M. C., P. A. Rossignol and A. Spielman. 1985. Aedes aegypti: Model for blood finding strategy and prediction of parasite manipulation.
Experimental Parasitology 60: 118-132

Ribeiro, J. M. C., P. A. Rossignol and A. Spielman. 1984. Role of mosquito saliva in blood vessel location.
Journal of Experimental Biology 108: 1-9

Rossignol, P. A., J. M. C. Ribeiro and A. Spielman. 1984. Increased intradermal probing time in sporozoite-infected mosquitoes.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 33: 17-20

Ribeiro, J. M. C., J. J. F. Sarkis, P. A. Rossignol and A. Spielman. 1984. Salivary apyrase of Aedes aegypti: Characterization and secretary fate.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 79B: 81-86

Turell, M. J., P. A. Rossignol, A. Spielman, C. A. Rossi and C. L. Bailey. 1984. Enhanced arboviral transmission by mosquitoes that concurrently ingested microfilariae.
Science 225: 1039-1041

Rossignol, P. A., A. Spielman and M. S. Jacobs. 1982. Rough endoplasmic reticulum in midgut cells of mosquitoes: Aggregation stimulated by juvenile hormone.
Journal of Medical Entomology 19: 719-721

Schrater, A. F., P. A. Rossignol, B. Hamill, W. F. Piessens and A. Spielman. 1982. Brugia malayi microfilariae from the peritoneal cavity of jirds vary in their ability to penetrate the mosquito midgut.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 31: 292-296

Rossignol, P. A. and A. Spielman. 1982. Fluid secretion by the ducts of the salivary glands of mosquitoes.
Journal of Insect Physiology 28: 579-583

Rossignol, P. A., F. M. Feinsod and A. Spielman. 1981. Inhibitory regulation of corpus allatum activity in mosquitoes.
Journal of Insect Physiology 27: 651-654

Rossignol, P. A., S. B. McIver and D. M. Wood. 1977. A bibliography of Eucorethra underwoodi (Diptera: Chaoboridae).
Mosquito Systematics 9: 478-482

Rossignol, P. A., S. B. McIver and M. Goldenberg. 1977. Accessory reproductive gland of female Aedes aegypti: Structure and relationship to oogenesis.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 70: 297-281

Rossignol, P. A. and S. B. McIver. 1977. Fine structure and role in behavior of sensilla on the terminalia of Aedes aegypti (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae).
Journal of Morphology 151: 419-438