Monday, December 10, 2007: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

San Diego, Atlas Ballroom, First Floor (Town & Country)

Symposium: Corn Rootworm Genetics: Current Status, Goals for the Future, and Implications Toward Resistance Management

Organizer(s): Lance J. Meinke,
Thomas W. Sappington,
Bruce E. Hibbard,
1:30 PM Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM0627Genetic markers for corn rootworms: Strategies, uses, and progress
Thomas W. Sappington,
1:55 PM0628Using genetic markers to reveal routes of invasion by western corn rootworm from North America into Europe
Nick Miller,
2:15 PM0629Increased expression of a cGMP-dependent protein kinase in rotation-adapted western corn rootworm
Peter Pauls,
2:35 PM 0630Genomics of the western corn rootworm midgut: Identification and validation of potential target sites
Blair D. Siegfried,, Analiza P. Alves,
2:55 PM 0631Genetic mapping and chromosomal localization of Bt resistance factors in western corn rootworm
Ken Oswold,
3:15 PM Break
3:30 PM0632Characterizing laboratory colonies of western corn rootworm selected for survival on maize containing event DAS-59122-7
Timothy M. Nowatzki,
3:50 PM 0633Cry3Bb1- and modified Cry3Aa- selected rootworm colonies: Current status and research directions
Lisa N Meils,, Bruce E. Hibbard,
4:10 PM0634The relative fitness of western corn rootworm adults that emerge from rootworm-protected Bt events
Lance J. Meinke,
4:30 PM 0635The role of Wolbachia in maize response to western corn rootworm feeding
Georgia Davis,
4:50 PM 0636Using mitochondria and Wolbachia to explore the phylogeography of Diabrotica
Rosanna Giordano,
5:10 PM0637Wolbachia and reproductive isolation of northern corn rootworm populations
Richard L. Roehrdanz,

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