Poster Display Presentations, MUVE: Session 2

Wednesday, December 15, 2010: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Grand Exhibit Hall (Town and Country Hotel and Convention Center)
Molecular association of tabanid lifestages using a mitochondrial DNA marker
Allen L. Szalanski, University of Arkansas; Roxane Magnus, University of Arkansas; John L. Bernhardt, University of Arkansas
Estimation of horn fly abundance with digital photography
Holly Ferguson, Washington State University; George Peck, Washington State University; Douglas Walsh, Washington State University; Sally O'Neal, Washington State University
Insect hydrocarbns as a tool in forensic entomology
Marina V. Braga, Leishmaniasis Vectors Laboratory; Zeneid T. Pinto, Environmental and Health Laboratory; Margareth MDC. Queiroz, Leishmaniasis Vectors Laboratory; Nana Matsumoto, University of Nevada; Sara Bechman, University of Nevada; Gary J. Blomquist, University of Nevada
Traps baited with isopropanol attract the American carrion beetle, Necrophila americana (L.) (Coleoptera: Silphidae)
Michal Reut, Warsaw University of Life Sciences; Brian Cowell, Missouri State University; Maciej A. Pszczolkowski, Missouri State University
Evaluation of waste larval rearing medium as oviposition attractant for screwworm flies
Muhammad Chaudhury, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Steve Skoda, USDA - ARS
Characterization of olfactory sensilla of Stomoxys calcitrans and electrophysiological response to odorant compounds associated with their host and oviposition media
Khanobporn Tangtrakulwanich, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Han Chen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Frederick P. Baxendale, Department of Entomology; Gary Brewer, University of Nebraska; Jerry Zhu, USDA - ARS
The effect of anabolic-androgenic steroids on the developmental rate of Chrysomya megacephala (Fabricius) (Diptera: Calliphoridae), a forensically important fly in Brazil
Carina Mara Souza, State Univeristy of Campinas; Patricia J. Thyssen, State Univeristy of Campinas; Aricio Linhares, State Univeristy of Campinas
Three unique insect-cadaver interactions in the Pineywoods ecoregion of Texas
Natalie K. Lindgren, Sam Houston State University; Sibyl R. Bucheli, Sam Houston State University; Alan D. Archambeault, Sam Houston State University; Brent C. Rahlwes, Sam Houston State University; Joan A. Bytheway, Sam Houston State University
Characterization of larval salivary glands from the stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans
Pia Olafson, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Samuel Liu, USDA-ARS; Andrew Y. Li, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Detection of E. coli O157:H7 from house flies collected from animal production areas in California
Cesar D. Solorzano, Oklahoma State University; Justin Talley, Oklahoma State University; Astri Wayadande, Oklahoma State University
The impact of permethrin-treated pig carcasses on the development and abundance of forensically important bottle flies
Heather R. Ketchum, University of Oklahoma; Joanna B. Buley, University of Oklahoma
Formosan subterranean termite (Coptotermes formosanus) captures during the French Quarter Program in New Orleans, Louisiana
Dennis R. Ring, Louisiana State University; Alan L. Morgan, Louisiana State University AgCenter; Frank S. Guillot, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Southern Region Research Center (SRRC); Alan R. Lax, USDA-ARS-SRRC; Charles R. McCown, Lousiana State University Agricultural Center
Flight phenology of drywood and dampwood termites (Isoptera: Kalotermitidae) in south Florida
Hou-Feng Li, University of Florida; Maria Teresa Ferreira, University of Florida; Rou-Ling Yang, National Palace Museum; Nan-Yao Su, University of Florida
Incorporating landscape into urban IPM
Xing Ping Hu, Auburn University; Zhonglin Yuan, Qingdao Agriculture University
Effects of monitor examination intervals on resource affinity by Reticulitermes spp
Thomas Shelton, USDA - Forest Service; Terence Wagner, USDA Forest Service; Patrick D. Gerard, Clemson University
Antifungal characteristics of a bacterium isolated from the eastern subterranean termite Reticulitermes flavipes
Rachel Ann Arango, USDA - Forest Service; Frederick Green III, USDA - Forest Service
The salivary reservoirs in Reticulitermes flavipes;  An investigation of water imbibition and chemical analysis of reservoir contents 
Nicola T. Gallagher, Ohio State University; Susan Jones, The Ohio State University; Matthew R. Tarver, USDA - ARS; John M. Bland, USDA, Agricultural Research Service
Consumption and efficacy of Recruit® HD by Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) after long-term exposure to brown rot and white rot in fungal culture jars
Joe DeMark, Dow AgroSciences, LLC; Ronda L. Hamm, Dow AgroSciences, LLC; Mike P. Tolley, Dow AgroSciences, LLC; Eva A. Chin-Heady, Dow AgroSciences
Post-exposure behavior and delayed mortality in R. flavipes exposed to Altriset® treated sand
Raj K. Saran, DuPont Crop Protection; Sara Kudlie, DuPont Crop Protection; Elaine McClurg, DuPont Crop Protection; Clay Scherer, DuPont Crop Protection; Mark A. Coffelt, DuPont Crop Protection; David Leva, DuPont Crop Protection
Diurnal patterns of ovipositional activity in Pseudacteon litoralis (Diptera: Phoridae) in Alabama
LC. "Fudd" Graham, Auburn University; Kelly Ridley, Auburn University
G-protein expression and RNAi knockdown in Solenopsis invicta
Liming Zhao, National Biological Control Laboratory; Jian Chen, USDA - ARS
Development of virtual bait stations to control Argentine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in environmentally sensitive habitats
Dong-Hwan Choe, University of California, Berkeley; R. S. Vetter, University of California; Michael K. Rust, University of California
Relative attractiveness of toxic baits to Linepithema humile (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) 
Cesar Valencia, Texas A&M University; Alejandro A. Calixto, Texas A&M University; Bart Drees, Texas A&M University; Kim Knobbe, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Joseph Fihe, Texas A&M University
Georgia spiders mistaken for brown recluse
Nancy C. Hinkle, University of Georgia
Development of educational materials for triple rinse and disposal of pesticide containers in developing countries
Donald Mullins, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Patricia Ann Hipkins, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Margaret Jones, US EPA Region 5; Lydia C. Ingrassia, Virginia Tech
Ozone technology in the post-harvest storage environment- a comparison of efficacy of high doses of ozone to insects treated under laboratory conditions and field conditions
Marissa X. McDonough, Purdue University; Linda J. Mason, Purdue University; Charles Woloshuk, Purdue University; Carlos Campabadal, Kansas State University
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