Sunday, 26 October 2003: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

205/207 (Convention Center (Second Floor))

Ten-Minute Papers, Section D. Medical and Veterinary Entomology

Moderator(s): Elizabeth Dykstra
Erin Jean Watson
1:00 PM0161Bioinvasion of ticks into the US: potential risk of establishment of the tropical bont tick, Amblyomma variegatum
Angela M. James, Jerome E. Freier, Janice L. Garner, James Keirans, Lance Durden, Jack Schlater, James Mertins
1:12 PM0162Rickettsia species detected in ticks from northern Florida
Kerry L. Clark, A. J. Hendricks
1:24 PM0163Recovery of tick-borne pathogens from Amblyomma americanum ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) from southern Indiana
Robert Pinger, Fresia Steiner, Ali Siddeghzadeh, Catalina Griffith
1:36 PM0164Examination of mitochondrial haplotypes of pesticide resistant strains of the cattle fever tick, Boophilus microplus
H. Joel Hutcheson, John E. George, Ronald B. Davey, Felix D. Guerrero, G. Bradlee Mitchell, Susan James, Chris Gorham, Brian Kleker
1:48 PM0165Frequency of kdr insecticide resistance among Anopheles gambiae populations with differential exposure to insecticides in Mali, West Africa
Douglas E Norris, Aimee J West, Guimogo Dolo
2:00 PM0166The significance of Anopheles marajoara in malaria transmission in Macapa, Amapa state, Brazil
Jan E. Conn, Carl D. Schlichting, Marinete M. Povoa, Rick C. Wilkerson, Robert A. Wirtz
2:12 PMBreak
2:24 PM0167Biopesticidal action of ecdysone agonists on Anopheles gambiae, Culex quinquefasciatus, and Aedes aegypti
Nancy E. Beckage, Ken Marion, Frances F. Tan
2:36 PM0168Comparison of IR3535 and DEET formulations against adult Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus
James Cilek
2:48 PM0169Chemical analysis of headspace volatiles to identify candidate feeding and oviposition attractants for Culex quinquefasciatus
Ulrich R. Bernier, Matthew M. Booth, Sandra A. Allan, Daniel L. Kline, Donald R. Barnard
3:00 PM0170Comparative field evaluation of various plant infusions for collection of gravid Culex females in Alabama
Nathan Burkett, Gary R. Mullen
3:12 PM0171Oviposition preference of gravid Anopheles gambiae (Diptera:Culicidae) between two different-sized oviposition sites
Ephraim V. Ragasa, Woodbridge A Foster
3:24 PM0172Saliva of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti selectively induces apoptosis in host immune cells
Donald E. Champagne
3:36 PMBreak
3:48 PM0173Distinct immune responses to trypanosome infection in two species of tsetse and insights into refractoriness
Dana Nayduch, Serap Aksoy
4:00 PM0174Symbiont based transformation technology for blocking trypanosome transmission in tsetse fly
Youjia Hu, Serap Aksoy
4:12 PM0175The effects of nitrogen enrichment on mosquitoes in a constructed treatment wetland
Michelle Sanford, Joshua Jiannino, Karrie Chan, William E. Walton
4:24 PM0176Using black soldier fly larvae to reduce manure and fly populations in calf facilities
Jeffery Tomberlin, Robert Whitney
4:36 PM0177Where are the maggots?
Nancy C. Hinkle, A.B. Webster, J. Taylor
4:48 PM0178Dispersal of nuisance flies from an egg layer poultry operation
Alec Gerry, J. Wakoli Wekesa

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