Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Floridian Ballroom A (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Classic Contributions of Entomological Studies to Major Biological Subdisciplines

Moderator(s): Carol Sheppard
1:00 PM0692Introduction: Homage to the Hexapoda
Carol A. Sheppard
1:05 PM0693From Darwin and Wallace, the ecologists, to the present
Peter W. Price
1:45 PM0694From Darwin and Wallace, the evolutionists, to the present
Stewart H. Berlocher
Display Presentation
Display Presentation
2:40 PM0695Insects in our toolbox: their role in understanding biological systems
Marc J. Klowden
3:20 PM0696Advances in genetics: Insights from insects
Susan J. Brown
Display Presentation
4:00 Poster Session on Historical Entomology
Display Presentation
D0237Equipping the entomologist: 19th Century collecting sundries
Gary L. Miller
D0238A noisy response to a Silent Spring
Christian H. Krupke, Renee Priya Prasad, Carol A. Sheppard
D0239Mary Treat: New Jersey naturalist and correspondent of Charles Darwin and Asa Gray
Diana G. Johnson, Carol A. Sheppard
D0240Where did the first American entomologists come from?
John K. Bouseman, William G. Ruesink
D0241Genealogical relations among early New England entomologists
William G. Ruesink
D0242Defending Darwinism: Benjamin Walsh vs. Louis Agassiz and the "New England School of Naturalists"
Rebecca A. Cohen, Carol A. Sheppard
D0243Love bugs: A historical perspective on nature's ViagraŽ
Deirdre A. Prischmann, Carol A. Sheppard

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition