ESA Southeastern Branch Meeting Online Program

M.S. Student Poster Presentation Competition I

Monday, March 4, 2013: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Heidelberg Ballroom (Hilton Baton Rouge)

Oviposition response of black flies (Simulium vittatum) to potential oviposition stimulants in the laboratory
Tommy W. McGaha, University of Georgia ; Raymond Noblet, University of Georgia ; Thomas R. Unnasch, University of South Florida ; Sayed Hassan, University of Georgia
An insight into the bacterial communities associated with ticks from Pakistan
Nabanita Mukherjee, University of Southern Mississippi ; Zafar Iqbal, University of Agriculture ; Steven W. Adamson, University of Southern Mississippi ; Scot E. Dowd, MR DNA ; Zia-ud-Din Sindhu, University of Agriculture ; Abdullah Arijo, Sindh Agriculture University ; Dmitry Apanaskevich, Georgia Southern University ; Shahid Karim, University of Southern Mississippi
Berlese vs Winkler: Assessing the relative effectiveness of two methods used to extract arthropods from organic litter samples
Brittany Owens, Louisiana State University ; Christopher E. Carlton, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center ; M.L. Ferro, LSU AgCenter
Defining the pathogen induced regulation of sialostatins in the gulf-coast tick, Amblyomma maculatum
Khem Raj B.C., The University of Southern Mississippi ; Shahid Karim, The University of Southern Mississippi
Under the bark: The life history of Pityophthorus juglandis in East Tennessee
Katheryne Nix, University of Tennessee ; Paris L. Lambdin, University of Tennessee ; Jerome F. Grant, University of Tennessee ; Mark T. Windham, University of Tennessee ; Albert Mayfield, USDA, Forest Service ; Paul Merten, USDA, Forest Service
Survey of Liriomyza trifolii (Diptera: Agromyzidae) and Liriomyza sativia (Diptera: Agromyzidae) parasitoids from vegetables in Leon County, Florida
Jordan Williamson, Florida A&M University ; Raymond L. Hix, Florida A&M University ; Jesusa C. Legaspi, United States Department of Agriculture- Agricultural Research Service, CMAVE, Center for Biological Control, Florida A&M University