Wednesday, 17 November 2004: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

151 G (Salt Palace L-1)

Program Symposium: The Well Bee-ing of Pollinators and Their Impacts on Agricultural and Natural Ecosystems

Organizer(s): Theresa L. Pitts-Singer,
Rosalind James,
William P. Kemp,
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:10 AM0883Honey bees and bumble bees: New alliances with old friends  [ Recorded presentation ]
Peter Kevan,
8:30 AM0884Developmental biology of Osmia lignaria and rearing of its populations for orchard pollination  [ Recorded presentation ]
Jordi Bosch,, William P. Kemp,
8:50 AM0885Diseases in managed bees  [ Recorded presentation ]
Rosalind James,
9:10 AM0886Management of alfalfa leafcutting bees over four decades  [ Recorded presentation ]
Theresa L. Pitts-Singer,
9:30 AM0887Introduction of exotic bees for crop pollination  [ Recorded presentation ]
Carlos H. Vergara,
9:50 AMBreak
10:00 AM0888Wild bee communities as crop pollinators: Landscape-level effects  [ Recorded presentation ]
Claire Kremen, ckremen@Princeton.EDU
10:20 AM0889Bees and seed production for native plant restoration in wildlands
James Cane,
10:40 AM0890Interactions between invasive exotic plants and pollinators  [ Recorded presentation ]
Karen Goodell,
11:20 AM0892Bee pollination of genetically-modified crops: effects on bee diversity, abundance and crop yield
Lora Morandin,, Mark Winston,
11:40 AMConcluding Remarks

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