ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Ten-Minute Papers, MUVE Session 4: Vector Biology & Management

Wednesday, November 16, 2011: 8:00 AM-12:05 PM
Room D3, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizers:
C. Geden
Douglas E. Norris
Moderators:
Matthew Aubuchon
Roxanne Burrus


8:05 AM
Entomologic and taphonomic differences between autopsied and non-autopsied carrion and its implications for cadaver research
Michelle L. Lewis, Sam Houston State University ; Natalie K. Lindgren, Sam Houston State University ; Alan D. Archambeault, Sam Houston State University ; Brent C. Rahlwes, Sam Houston State University ; James R. Willett, Sam Houston State University ; Sibyl Bucheli, Sam Houston State University
8:29 AM
Update on landing preferences of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi on multiple surface materials
Matt Aubuchon, USDA - ARS ; Sandra A. Allan, USDA - ARS ; Gary G. Clark, USDA - ARS
8:41 AM
Update on black-legged tick (Ixodes scapularis Say) in West Virginia
Eric J. Dotseth, West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources
9:17 AM
Management of house flies (Musca domestica) on dairies by strategic placement of traps
Jerome A. Hogsette, USDA - ARS ; Mary E. Sowerby, University of Florida
9:29 AM
Comparison of trapping techniques for adult Tabanidae
Daniel L. Kline, Mosquito and Fly Research Unit ; Jerome A. Hogsette, USDA - ARS
9:41 AM
Natural carbon dioxide generation for the attraction of blood feeding arthropods
William E. Yarnell, USDA - ARS ; Dana Nayduch, Georgia Southern University ; Matthew Schacht, Southeastern Technical College ; Lee W. Cohnstaedt, USDA - ARS
9:53 AM
Insecticidal activity of novel compounds against pests of medical and veterinary importance
Phillip E. Kaufman, University of Florida ; Rajinder S. Mann, University of Florida ; Jerry F. Butler, University of Florida
10:05 AM
10:20 AM
Linking resident knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding mosquitoes to socioeconomic factors and vector control
Zara R. Dowling, University of Maryland ; Paul Leisnham, University of Maryland ; Peter Armbruster, Georgetown University
10:32 AM
Personalized pesticides-a new paradigm: volatilization of individual components of botanical insect repellents from human skin
Saber Miresmailli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ; Murray B. Isman, University of British Columbia
10:44 AM
Effectiveness of four clip-on repellent devices in repelling Aedes albopictus from baited artificial targets in North Florida
Aaron Lloyd, Navy Entomology Center of Excellence ; Joseph Diclaro, University of Florida ; CDR David F. Hoel, US Navy ; Daniel L. Kline, USDA - ARS
10:56 AM
An autodissemination station for the transfer of an insect growth regulator to container breeding mosquitoes
Devi S. Suman, Center for Vector Biology ; Randy Gaugler, Center for Vector Biology ; Yi Wang, Center for Vector Biology
11:08 AM
Point source and area wide field studies of pyriproxyfen autodissemination against container-inhabiting mosquitoes in urban environments
Randy Gaugler, Center for Vector Biology ; Sean P. Healy, Monmouth County Mosquito Commission ; Greg Williams, Hudson County Mosquito Control ; Yi Wang, Center for Vector Biology ; Ary Farajollahi, Mercer County Mosquito Control ; Devi Suman, Center for Vector Biology ; Aaron Lloyd, Navy Entomology Center of Excellence ; Dina Fonseca, Center for Vector Biology ; Muhammad Farooq, Navy Entomology Center of Excellence ; Chris Brey, Marywood University ; George Schoeler, Navy Entomology Center of Excellence
11:20 AM
Functional characterization of P450 genes associated with insecticide resistance in Anopheles funestus, malaria vector in Africa
Jacob Riveron, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine ; Helen Irving, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine ; Charles Wondji, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
11:32 AM
Slowing the development of insecticide resistance in malaria mosquitoes: application of a spatially complex simulation model
Kristine T. Edwards, Mississippi State University ; Michael Caprio, Mississippi State University ; Jerome Goddard, Mississippi State University
11:44 AM
United States and Peruvian Navies collaborate to provide improved public health measures against dengue fever vector, Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae), in Lima, Peru
Roxanne G. Burrus, US Naval Medical Research Unit #6 ; Manuel J. Larru, Centro Médico Naval (CEMENA) ; Victor Zorrilla-Cieza, US Naval Medical Research Unit #6 ; Carmen Flores-Mendoza, US Naval Medical Research Unit #6 ; Jorge O. Alarcón Villaverde, University of San Marcos ; Roberto Fernández-Loayza, US Naval Medical Research Unit #6 ; Sofia Gonzalez-Collantes, Centro Médico Naval (CEMENA)