ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Host Plant Volatiles: Identifying New Approaches for Insect Pest Management

Sunday, November 13, 2011: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Room A5, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizers:
Ian Kaplan
Cesar Rodriguez-Saona


1:35 PM
Seasonal fluctuations of host plant volatiles, intra-specific variation in the herbivore's perception, and consequences on pest management
Silvia Dorn, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETH Zurich ; Jaime C. Piņero, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETH Zurich ; Adriana Najar-Rodriguez, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETH Zurich
1:55 PM
Manipulating native populations of entomopathogenic nematodes with herbivore induced plant volatiles to enhance pest control
Jared G. Ali, University of Florida ; Hans T. Alborn, Insect Chemistry Unit ; Raquel Campos-Herrera, University of Florida ; Fatma Kaplan, Insect Chemistry Unit ; Larry W. Duncan, University of Florida ; Inna Kuzovkina, Institute of Plant Physiology ; Lukasz L. Stelinski, University of Florida
2:15 PM
How plant volatile blends, field borders, and crop matrix interactively shape natural enemy communities
Joseph E. Braasch, Purdue University ; Ian Kaplan, Purdue University
2:35 PM
Using herbivore-induced plant volatiles to enhance biological control in western apple, pear and walnut orchards
Vincent P. Jones, Washington State University ; Nicholas J. Mills, University of California, Berkeley ; David R. Horton, USDA - ARS ; Shawn A. Steffen, Washington State University ; Thomas R. Unruh, USDA - ARS ; Peter W. Shearer, Oregon State University
2:55 PM
Host plant volatiles to improve detection and management of pepper weevil, Anthonomus eugenii, in pepper
Karla Addesso, USDA - ARS ; Heather J. McAuslane, University of Florida ; Hans T. Alborn, Insect Chemistry Unit
3:15 PM
3:30 PM
Response of predaceous arthropods to methyl salicylate in agricultural fields
Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Ian Kaplan, Purdue University ; Livy Williams, USDA - ARS
3:50 PM
Using host plant volatiles to improve the trap tree strategy for management of plum curculio
Starker E. Wright, USDA - ARS ; Tracy C. Leskey, USDA - ARS
4:10 PM
Host plant volatiles as tools for monitoring and manipulating natural enemies
Shawn A. Steffan, Washington State University ; Vince Jones, Washington State University ; Callie Baker, Washington State University ; Eugene Miliczky, USDA - ARS ; David R. Horton, USDA - ARS
4:50 PM
Host plant volatile effects on arthropods in cotton fields
Livy Williams, USDA - ARS ; Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Sandra C. Castle del Conte, University of Idaho
5:10 PM
How methyl salicylate evolved from candy to crop protection tool
David G. James, Washington State University ; Tanya S. James ; Lawrence C. Wright, Washington State University ; Sandra Castle del Conte, Washington State University ; Tessa R. Grasswitz, New Mexico State University ; Vincent R. Hebert, Washington State University ; Marja Simpson, Charles Sturt University ; Geoff Gurr, Charles Sturt University
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