Monday, December 10, 2007: 7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Grand Exhibit Hall, First Floor (Town & Country)

Cc. Insect Vectors in Relation to Plant Disease

 D0201Attempted eradication of tomato yellow leaf curl, a new whitefly transmitted viral disease in California
Eric T. Natwick, William M. Wintermantel, Jolene Dessert, Kathleen L. Kosta, Robert L. Gilbertson
 D0202Effect of CLCuV on life history and settling preference of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius)
J S Sidhu, R S Mann, N S Butter
 D0203Pierce's disease transmission by sharpshooters from alternate hosts to grapevines
Thomas M. Perring, Rayda K. Krell, Tracy Pinckard, Charles Farrar
 D0204The sharpshooter X-wave: Correlation of an electrical penetration graph (EPG) waveform with xylem penetration during sharpshooter feeding
Elaine Backus, Wendy Holmes, Brendon Reardon, Fred Schreiber, Greg Walker
 D0205Spatial distribution of Pierce's disease related to incidence and surrounding land uses
Yong-Lak Park, Thomas M. Perring, Rayda K. Krell, Charles A. Farrar
 D0206Distribution and management of citrus in California: Implications for spread and management of glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis
Mark Sisterson, Rosie Yacoub, Greg Montez, Beth Grafton-Cardwell, Russell L. Groves
 D0207Secondary spread of Pierce's disease in central Texas vineyards
F. Mitchell, Jeff Brady, Blake Bextine, Isabelle Lauziere
 D0208Susceptibility of Vitis vinifera cv. Redglobe and Thompson Seedless to Pierce's disease
Rayda K. Krell, Thomas M. Perring, Jennifer Hashim-Buckey, Tracy R. Pinckard
D0209Survey of potential leafhopper vectors of Xylella fastidiosa in grape crops of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Rudiney Ringenberg, Joao R. S. Lopes, Marcos Botton, Wilson S. Azevedo-Filho
 D0210Pierce’s disease in Texas: Analysis of pathogen presence, symbiont composition, and genetic variability in insect vector populations
Blake Bextine, F. Mitchell, Isabelle Lauziere
 D0211Weather-based regression models explain differences in Frankliniella fusca (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) spring dispersal flights in North Carolina and Virginia
Shannon Morsello, George Kennedy
 D0212Spatial patterns of tobacco thrips (Frankliniella fusca: Thripidae) dispersal and Tomato spotted wilt virus prevalence across fields from wild hosts in eastern North Carolina
Amanda Lynn Parodi Beaudoin, George Kennedy
 D0213Electrical penetration graph patterns of the corn stunt spiroplasma vector, Dalbulus maidis, feeding on maize
Pablo Carpane, Astri Wayadande, Jacqueline Fletcher, William Dolezal
 D0214Pathogen acquisition by adult southern green stink bugs: A preliminary assessment
Jesus Esquivel, Enrique Medrano
 D0215Functional genomics of Peregrinus maidis midguts and interactions with Maize mosaic virus
Dorith Rotenberg, Saskia A. Hogenhout, Anna E. Whitfield
D0216Competition between fungi associated with Sirex noctilio and southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis)
Kier Klepzig, Michael Wingfield, Bernard Slippers
 D0217Effect of behavior on PVY transmission efficiency of Rhopalosiphum padi
Yvan Pelletier, Xianzhou Nie
 D0218Zebra chip potato disease in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas is associated with Bactericera cockerelli
Joseph E. Munyaneza, John Goolsby, James Crosslin
 D0219Vector dependency by plant viruses: A theoretical framework for evaluating vector performance on virus-infected host plants
S J Castle

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