ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Student Debate: Identify.. Clarify.. Speak Out !! Land Grant Mission, Organic Agriculture & Host Plant Resistance Programs

Tuesday, November 15, 2011: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Room C1-C4, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizers:
Cheri M. Abraham
Lisa M. Overall


1:36 PM
Introducing ESA Student Debates 2011
C. Michael Smith, Kansas State University
2:01 PM
Pro Team- The land grant mission of entomology departments remain economically relevant in the U.S. today
Matan Shelomi, University of California, Davis ; Mohammad-Amir Aghaee, University of California, Davis ; Jenny S. Carlson, University of California, Davis ; Andrew Merwin, University of California, Davis
2:11 PM
Con Team- The land grant mission of entomology departments remain economically relevant in the U.S. today
M.T. VanWeelden, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Jessica L. Parker, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Max Adams, Louisiana State University AgCenter
2:39 PM
2:54 PM
Pro Team - Organic agriculture will solve projected food and water limitations of the American society
Ace Lynn-Miller, University of Arkansas ; Jessica Hartshorn, University of Arkansas ; Kevin Durden, University of Arkansas ; Amber Tripodi, University of Arkansas ; Bryan Petty, University of Arkansas
3:04 PM
Con Team - Organic agriculture will solve projected food and water limitations of the American society
Stephanie Weldon, University of Georgia ; Gretchen Perkins, University of Georgia ; Ishakh Pulakkatu Thodi, University of Georgia ; Joe Ballenger, University of Georgia
3:32 PM
3:47 PM
Pro Team - Traditional breeding programs for host plant resistance to insects are more productive and effective than transgenic programs
Diane E. Silcox, North Carolina State University ; Kelly Oten, North Carolina State University ; Jessica Houle, North Carolina State University ; David Bednar, North Carolina State University ; Sriyanka Lahiri, North Carolina State University
3:57 PM
Con Team - Traditional breeding programs for host plant resistance to insects are more productive and effective than transgenic programs
Garima Kakkar, University of Florida ; Vivek Kumar, University of Florida ; Teresia Nyoike, University of Florida ; Margaret Paxson, University of Florida ; Paul Bardunias, University of Florida
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