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

251 F (Salt Palace L-2)

Symposium: Ecology and Biological Control of the Acari

Organizer(s): David G. James,
Angela M. James,
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:05 AM0001Forty-five years of phytoseiids in biological control: Some perspectives
James McMurtry,
8:25 AM0002HIPPOs and their potential to enhance biological control of spider mites on hops  [ Recorded presentation ]
David G. James,
8:45 AM0003Within-plant distribution and diversity of mites associated with Schinus terebinthifolius (Anacardiaceae), an invasive plant in Florida  [ Recorded presentation ]
Paul D. Pratt,
9:05 AM0004Out of sight, but not out of mites: Invasive mites and Australian ecosystems  [ Recorded presentation ]
David Walter,
9:25 AM0005Volatiles found on Varroa mites using SPME fibers
Diana Sammataro,
9:45 AMBreak
9:55 AM0006Future prospects for tick control and Lyme disease prevention
Joseph Piesman,
10:15 AM0007Where Lyme disease is absent: Is it the tick, the vertebrate host, or just a matter of time?
Uriel Kitron,, Roberto Cortinas, Edward D. Walker
10:35 AM0008Tick population ecology: Quantitative basis for control  [ Recorded presentation ]
Sarah Randolph,
10:55 AM0009Ecologic investigations of Ixodes pacificus nymphs in California
Robert S. Lane,, Miguel A. Peribanez-Lopez, Jeom-Hee Mun,
11:15 AM0010Landscape ecology and distribution of the Rocky Mountain wood tick in the United States
Angela M. James,, Jerome E. Freier,, Suzanne Joy,, James Keirans,, Lance Durden,, Jack Schlater, James Mertins
11:35 AM0011The threat of exotic ticks and tick-borne diseases to cattle and ungulate wildlife in the southern United States: Ecological factors
John E. George,, Angela M. James,, Jerome E. Freier,
11:55 AMConcluding Remarks

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