Display Presentations: IPMIS--Insect Molecular Physiology: Basic Science to Applications

Tuesday, December 15, 2009: 7:00 AM-6:00 PM
Hall D, First Floor (Convention Center)
Heliothine immunogenomics
Kent S. Shelby, USDA - ARS
Rapid cold-hardening protects against cold-induced apoptosis
Yuta Kawarasaki, Miami University; Shu-Xia Yi, Miami University; Richard E. Lee, Miami University
Effects of cyclic 3’, 5’ guanosine monophosphate on larval midgut ecdysone 20-monooxygenase activity of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta
Christopher Drummond, Bowling Green State University; Kurt Vandock, Bayer Environmental Crop Science; Stan L. Smith, Bowling Green State University; Carmen F. Fioravanti, Bowling Green State University
Putative signaling pathways in H.virescens ovarial patency
Maciej A. Pszczolkowski, Missouri State University; Sonny Ramaswamy, USDA - NIFA
Analysis of the proteomes of Tribolium castaneum elytra and hindwings: a comparison and contrast of hard and membranous cuticle
Neal T. Dittmer, Kansas State University; Yasuaki Hiromasa, Kansas State University; Richard W. Beeman, USDA - ARS; John M. Tomich, Kansas State University; Karl J. Kramer, USDA - ARS; Michael R. Kanost, Kansas State University
Functional role of PBAN peptides from moths to ants
Man-Yeon Choi, USDA - ARS; Robert K. Vander Meer, USDA, Agricultural Research Service
Mitochondrial transhydrogenations of Manduca sexta:  developmental and biochemical characterization
Kurt Vandock, Bayer Environmental Crop Science; Christopher Drummond, Bowling Green State University; Carmen F. Fioravanti, Bowling Green State University
Surprising spatial specificity of cuticular protein gene transcripts in Anopheles gambiae
Hitoshi Tsujimoto, University of Georgia; Scott Cornman, USDA-ARS Bee Research Lab; Toru Togawa, Nihon University; Ningjia He, Southwest University; Aaron C. Emmons, University of Georgia; Judith H. Willis, University of Georgia
Summerform pear psylla response to male- and female-produced volatiles from live psylla and whole-body extracts
Christelle Guédot, USDA - ARS; David R. Horton, USDA - ARS; Peter J. Landolt, USDA - ARS
Does epigenetic gene silencing regulate diapause in Sarcophaga crassipalpis?
Julie A. Reynolds, The Ohio State University; David L. Denlinger, Ohio State University
Gene expression studies in Lygus lineolaris
William B. Walker, Lund Univeristy; Margaret L. Allen, USDA - ARS
Evidence for sex attraction in yellowjacket wasps
Bonnie Ohler, Washington State University; Peter J. Landolt, USDA - ARS
Biochemical monitoring of acetylcholinesterase sensitivity to organophosphate and carbamate insecticides in Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama
Dhana Raj Boina, Kansas State University; Michael E. Rogers, University of Florida; Siddharth Tiwari, Citrus Research and Education Center, University of Florida; Lukasz L. Stelinski, University of Florida
Target G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) for pesticide applications: genome-wide analysis of GPCRs in the red flour beetle
Hua Bai, University of Kentucky; R. Parthasarathy, University of Kentucky; Subba Reddy Palli, University of Kentucky
A genomic-era viewpoint of lepidopteran physiology: applications of LepDB.org for pathway analyses
Brad Coates, USDA - ARS; David Grant, USDA-ARS; Alexie Papanicolaou, University of Exeter; Kent S. Shelby, USDA - ARS; Kevin W. Wanner, Montana State University; Keith R. Hopper, USDA - ARS; Omaththage Perera, USDA - ARS; Thomas W. Sappington, USDA-ARS; Richard ffrench-Contant, University of Exeter; Hugh M. Robertson, University of Illinois; Douglas V. Sumerford, USDA-ARS
The queen of endocrinology: receptors in ovarian development of fire ant queens analyzed by RNAi and immunohistochemistry
Hsiao-Ling Lu, Texas A&M University; Patricia V. Pietrantonio, Texas A&M University
Open access publication: Why you should care
Henry Hagedorn, University of Wisconsin
Prospecting for lignocellulolytic enzymes in Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) gut involved in wood metabolism
Scott Geib, USDA - ARS; Kelli Hoover, Pennsylvania State University; John Carlson, Pennsylvania State University; Ming Tien, Pennsylvania State University
Regulation of the male accessory gland proteins in the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum, by juvenile hormone
Parthasarathy Ramaseshadri, Monsanto Company; A. Tan, University of Kentucky; Z. Sun, University of Kentucky; Subba Reddy Palli, University of Kentucky
An initial assessment of emerald ash borer midgut transcriptome
Omprakash Mittapalli, Ohio State University, OARDC; Swapna Priya Rajarapu, The Ohio State University; Loren Rivera Vega, The Ohio State University; Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University; Pierluigi Bonello, The Ohio State University
Molecular modeling of sesquiterpene arthropod repellents
Joel Coats, Iowa State University; Gretchen E. Paluch, Iowa State University; Justin Grodnitzky, Iowa State University; Lyric Bartholomay, Iowa State University
Proteomic identification of differentially expressed and phosphorylated proteins involved in larval-pupal metamorphosis of Helicoverpa armigera
Xiao-Fan Zhao, Shandong University; Qiang Fu, University of Wisconsin; Peng-Cheng Liu, Shandong University; Jin-Xing Wang, Shandong University; Qisheng Song, University of Missouri
Protein-chitin interactions in the arthropod cuticle
John E. Rebers, Northern Michigan University; Mark D. Paulsen, NMU; Lesley Putman, Northern Michigan University; Elisabeth Backer, Northern Michigan University; Jessica Krol, Northern Michigan University; Randy Oliver, Northern Michigan University; Lacey Wallace, Northern Michigan University
Tanking up or fuel sipping? Genetic and environmental associations with fatness and metabolic demand between the host races of the apple maggot, Rhagoletis pomonella
Gregory Ragland, University of Notre Dame; Sheina Sim, USDA-ARS; Jeffrey Feder, University of Notre Dame; Daniel A. Hahn, University of Florida
Can we keep a pupa staying in a silkworm cocoon for longer time?
Huimin Deng, South China Normal University; Sichun Zheng, South China Normal University; Qili Feng, South China Normal University
Developmental hormone signals in the adult stage regulate neuronal morphology in worker honey bees
Rodrigo A. Velarde, Wake Forest University; Susan E. Fahrbach, Wake Forest University
Olfaction in Culex mosquitoes: molecules to percept and beyond
Zainulabeuddin Syed, University of Notre Dame; Walter S. Leal, University of California
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