Tuesday, 28 October 2003: 7:00 AM-6:30 PM

Hall B (Convention Center (First Floor))

Display Presentations, Section Eb. Regulatory and Extension Entomology - Regulatory

D0386Importation of living material into France (EU) for scientific purposes: Legislation & regulations
Dominique Coutinot, Gilbert Theissen, Michel Jeay, Paul C Quimby
D0387Preliminary analysis of mtDNA sequence data for Anoplophora: Implications for identification of species boundaries and source population determinations of Asian longhorned beetle (A. glabripennis) in the United States
Maureen E. Carter, E. Richard Hoebeke, Richard G. Harrison, Steve M. Bogdanowicz, Melody Keena
D0388Development of an internet-based model for predicting the distribution of invasive plant pests
Glenn Andrew Fowler, Roger D. Magarey
D0389IRAC insecticide mode of action classification
Alan McCaffery, Gary D. Thompson
D0390The phytosanitary alert system of the North American plant protection organization
Hilary Hill, Woodward D Bailey, Heather M. Hartzog, Rob Favrin, Sergio Garzon, Olegario Barrera
D0391The national exotic woodborer/bark beetle survey: Non-target trap captures in Illinois
Charles Helm, Ian Pearse, Kenneth Kruse
D0392Reducing the risk of importing plant pests
Kenneth R. Lakin, Heather M. Hartzog
D0393Using comparative risks for risk management in a regulatory setting
Michelle L Walters, Tom Kalaris, Robert C. Venette, Ronald Komsa, Michael J Caporaletti, Calvin H Shuler
D0394Comparing apples to oranges: Expert information analysis for comparative risk assessment
Robert C. Venette, Steven Venette, Tim Sellnow, Tom Kalaris, Michelle L Walters
D0395Ash under attack: The Michigan Department of Agriculture response to emerald ash borer
Molly Mott
D0396Preference of tree species for feeding and oviposition by the Asian longhorned beetle, Anoplophora glabripennis
Baode Wang, Victor C. Mastro, Ruitong Gao
D0397The Michigan Department of Agriculture emerald ash borer survey program
Michael M. Philip
D0398Pryeria sinica Moore (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae), a newly discovered pest of Euonymus in North America
Eric R. Day, John W. Brown, Peter B. Schultz, Adria C. Bordas
D0399The pathways followed by fresh produce in the United States and how they impact the risk of establishment for exotic pests
Juli R. Gould, Robert C. Venette, Jonathan Seltzer

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