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Symposia selected for Entomological Society of America meeting
Date:4/28/2009

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  • Minute Pirate Bugs (Orius spp.) a Potential Biocontrol Tool in IPM of Fruit, Ornamental, and Vegetable Pests
  • North American Neuropterists Meeting
  • Overseas Chinese Entomologists Association (OCEA): Looking into the Future
  • Plant Resistance to Insects and Pathogens: Is It Really so Different?
  • Regulation of Transgenic Crops: The State of the Science
  • Regulatory and Extension Network Symposia: Extension and Regulatory ProgramsInterfacing and Connecting
  • Science and New Policy Ideas: A New Foundation for Governance and Regulatory Frameworks
  • SOLA Scarab Workers
  • Stored-Product Insect Pest Management: Outputs and Outcomes of Collaborative Research
  • Student Debate: Implications of Insect Management for Human Survival
  • Systematics and Diversity of Coleoptera
  • The Colorado Potato Beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata) Past, Present, and Future: Integrating Management and Reality
  • The Future of Biological Control of Japanese Beetles and Scarab Pests
  • The Larry L. Larson Symposium: New Developments from Industry for Insect Management through Biotechnology and Chemical Solutions
  • The Passion of Entomology
  • The Sterile Insect Technique: Achievements and Challenges for Area-Wide Integrated Pest Management
  • Turfgrass and Ornamental Pest Management: Celebrating Colleagues, Science, and New Ideas
  • Vector-Virus Interactions in Agroecosystems: Approaches, Advancements, and Limitations
  • What's New in Forest Entomology?

    ESA Program Symposia:

    • Bringing Geospatial Colleagues, Science and Ideas Together: Opportunities for Spatial Analysis and Remote Sensing in Entomology
    • Celebrating Stern et al. (1959): The Past, Present, and Future of IPM
    • Celebrating the Role of Entomology in the Genomics Revolution
    • Colleagues, Science and Ideas: Investigating Chemicals, Signals, and Interactions
    • Entomology and Bioen
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    Contact: Richard Levine
    rlevine@entsoc.org
    301-731-4535
    Entomological Society of America
    Source:Eurekalert

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