Sunday, 14 November 2004: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

253 A-B (Salt Palace L-2)

Symposium: Legacy and Future of Biotechnology in Insect Rearing

Organizer(s): Patrick De Clercq,
Gregory S. Simmons,
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:05 AM0020Molecular and population genetic methods for maintaining the quality of mass-reared insects  [ Recorded presentation ]
Marjorie A. Hoy,
8:30 AM0021Molecular genetic manipulations of sex and sexual behavior in Drosophila melanogaster  [ Recorded presentation ]
Bruce Baker,, Audrey Christiansen,, Joy Hatzidakis,, Devanand Manoli,, Geoffrey Meissner,, Mark Siegal,
8:55 AM0022Variation in sex allocation decisions and parasitoid mass-rearing programs  [ Recorded presentation ]
Paul J. Ode,
9:45 AMBreak
10:00 AM0024Anopheles mosquitoes: Genetic manipulation and fitness  [ Recorded presentation ]
Flaminia Catteruccia,, Anthony Brown,, Cristina Scali,, Andrea Crisanti,
10:25 AM0025Fitness characteristics of transgenic strains of the New World screwworm  [ Recorded presentation ]
Margaret L. Allen,, Dennis R. Berkebile, Steven R. Skoda
10:50 AM0026Evaluation and implementation of transgenic pink bollworm into an existing mass-rearing program for sterile insect production  [ Recorded presentation ]
Ernie D. Miller,, Fred Stewart,, Greg Simmons,, Robert Staten,
11:15 AM0027Molecular analyses to assess the quality and nutrition of mass-reared predators
Jeffrey P. Shapiro,
11:40 AMBusiness meeting

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