10 - Graduate Student Poster Competition: P-IE

Monday, November 17, 2014: 8:00 AM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall C (Oregon Convention Center)

Stink bug species associated with Missouri soybean production
Brittani Alexander, University of Missouri
Can pheromones and host volatiles induce Monochamus species (Cerambycidae:Lamiinae) to colonize healthy shortleaf pines?
Matthew Ethington, University of Arkansas ; Larry D. Galligan, University of Arkansas ; Fred M. Stephen, University of Arkansas
Citizen science in entomology: Establishing and maintaining insect detection networks in at-risk habitats
Lesley Tylczak, University of Minnesota ; David A. Andow, University of Minnesota ; Terrance Hurley, University of Minnesota ; Eugene Borgida, University of Minnesota ; Eli Sagor, University of Minnesota
Evaluating the effect of foliar insecticides on populations of suspected Bt-resistant western corn rootworm beetles in rotated soybean
Alexandra McMillan, University of Illinois ; Nicholas Tinsley, University of Illinois ; Ronald Estes, University of Illinois ; Michael Gray, University of Illinois ; Joseph Spencer, University of Illinois
Evaluation of mustard biofumigation for management of stem nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci) and clover root curculio (Sitona hispidulus) in alfalfa
Steven Price, Utah State University ; Ricardo A. Ramirez, Utah State University ; Erica P. Stephens, Utah State University
Corn rootworms in North Dakota: A state-wide survey and a comparison of two sticky traps for monitoring adult activity
Veronica Calles Torrez, North Dakota State University ; Janet Knodel, North Dakota State University ; Mark A. Boetel, North Dakota State University ; Patrick Beauzay, North Dakota State University
The effects of temperature and rice fractions on red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) development
Rachel Hampton, Arkansas State University ; Brook Hale, Arkansas State University ; Laura Starkus, Arkansas State University ; Tanja McKay, Arkansas State University ; Frank Arthur, USDA - ARS ; James Campbell, USDA - ARS
A cyber-age approach to manage barley yellow dwarf virus in winter wheat on a global scale
Joseph Walls III, Pennsylvania State University ; Cristina Rosa, Pennsylvania State University ; Piero Caciagli, National Research Council of Italy ; John Tooker, Pennsylvania State University ; Joe Russo, Zedx, Inc. ; Beth Gugino, Pennsylvania State University ; Clare Hinrichs, Pennsylvania State University ; Kristin Babbie, Pennsylvania State University ; Edwin Rajotte, Pennsylvania State University
Integration of alternatives to carbamate and organophpsphate insecticides with newly released peanut cultivars for thrips and tomato spotted wilt virus management
Pin-Chu Lai, University of Georgia ; Mark R. Abney, University of Georgia ; Albert K. Culbreath, University of Georgia ; Rajagopalbabu Srinivasan, University of Georgia