The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
December 15-18, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Saturday, December 17, 2005: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Grand Floridian Ballroom G (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Program Symposium: Bridging the gap between basic behavioral research and crop protection applications for tree fruit agroecosystems: Honoring the life and work of Ronald J. Prokopy (Part I) Note: Room change

Organizer(s): Tracy C. Leskey,
Charles Vincent,
Martin Aluja,
8:00 AM0661The life and work of Ronald J. Prokopy  [ Recorded presentation ]
Tracy Leskey,, Charles Vincent,, Martin Aluja,
8:25 AM0662The importance of context in insect communication
Bernard A. Roitberg,
8:50 AM0663Highlights of Ron Prokopy's 25 years of research in Hawaii
Roger I. Vargas,
9:15 AM0664Measuring pestiferous fruit flies through environmental manipulation
Martin Aluja,, Juan Rull,
9:50 AMBreak
10:05 AM0665Semiochemically-based monitoring of plum curculio immigration and egglaying in the Northeast
Jaime Pinero,
10:30 AM0666Dispersal, functional ecology, and monitoring in the European curculionid pest of apples, Anthonomus pomorum  [ Recorded presentation ]
Silvia Dorn,, Jian-Jun Duan,
10:55 AM0667On managing the plum curculio: the last and unfinished challenge of Ron Prokopy  [ Recorded presentation ]
Charles Vincent,, Tracy Leskey,, Gerald Chouinard,

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