Ten-Minute Papers, IPMIS: Physiology and Reproduction

Sunday, December 12, 2010: 1:00 PM-4:25 PM
Sunrise (Town and Country Hotel and Convention Center)
David J. Hawthorne
Subba Reddy Palli

1:05 PM
Stick insect chemical biodiversity, biosynthesis and applications (Order Phasmatodea)
Aaron T. Dossey, USDA ; Marco Gottardo, University of Siena ; John M. Whitaker, Scripps Florida ; Robert Vander Meer, USDA - ARS ; Ulrich R. Bernier, USDA - ARS ; Maritta Kunert, Max Planck Institute ; Wilhelm Boland, Max Planck Institute ; William R. Roush, Scripps Florida
1:17 PM
Digestibility of insect protein in white mice
Mark E. Headings, The Ohio State University ; Shah Rahnema, The Ohio State University
1:41 PM
Hemolymph circulation in the mosquito hemocoel
Julian F. Hillyer, Vanderbilt University ; Jonas G. King, Vanderbilt University
1:53 PM
Molecular analysis of NADPH-cytochrome P450 reductase in the bed bug, Cimex lectularius (Hemiptera: Cimicidae)
Fang Zhu, University of Kentucky ; Sarah Sams, University of Kentucky ; Zhentao Sheng, University of Kentucky ; Alvaro Romero, University of Kentucky ; Kenneth Haynes, University of Kentucky ; Michael Potter, University of Kentucky ; Subba R. Palli, University of Kentucky
2:05 PM
Distance mediated colony-level macronutrient regulation in a harvester ant (Pogonomyrmex barbatus)
Steven C. Cook, Texas A&M University ; Spencer T. Behmer, Texas A and M University
2:17 PM
The effect of ants on the frequency of an aphid-bacteria protective mutualism
Daniel Martin Erickson, Vanderbilt University ; Elizabeth Wood, Vanderbilt University ; Ian Billick, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory ; Kerry M. Oliver, University of Georgia ; Patrick Abbot, Vanderbilt University
2:29 PM
2:44 PM
Temperature requirements to break the egg diapause of Scymnus camptodromus (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
Melody A. Keena, USDA - Forest Service ; R. Talbot Trotter, USDA Forest Service ; Carole Cheah, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station ; Michael Montgomery, USDA Forest Service
2:56 PM
3:08 PM
Killing them with kindness? In-hive medications may inhibit efflux transporters and endanger honey bees
David J. Hawthorne, University of Maryland ; Galen P. Dively, University of Maryland
3:20 PM
3:32 PM
Development of a honey bee (Apis mellifera) semen extender
Brandon K Hopkins, Washington State University ; Charles Herr, Center for Animals Near Biological Extinction ; Walter S Sheppard, Washington State University
3:56 PM
Insulin pathway and juvenile hormone regulate vitellogenesis in the red flour beetle, Tribolium Castaneum.
Zhentao Sheng, University of Kentucky ; Jingjing Xu, University of Kentucky ; R. Parthasarathy, University of Kentucky ; Fang Zhu, University of Kentucky ; Hua Bai, University of Kentucky ; Subba R. Palli, University of Kentucky
4:08 PM
The function of nuclear receptors in Male contribution to egg production in the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum
Jingjing Xu, University of Kentucky ; Raman Chandrasekar, Agricultural College ; Anjiang Tan, University of Kentucky ; Subba Reddy Palli, University of Kentucky