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  • Search results | Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory
    biodegradation filter biopesticides 2 Apply biopesticides filter chlorpyrifos 2 Apply chlorpyrifos filter Deployed Warfighter Protection Program 2 Apply Deployed Warfighter Protection Program filter herbicide 2 Apply herbicide filter non target toxicity 2 Apply non target toxicity filter Pesticide Toxicology Lab news 2 Apply Pesticide Toxicology Lab news filter About 1 Apply About filter dsRNA 1 Apply dsRNA filter ELISA 1 Apply ELISA filter environmental policy 1 Apply environmental policy filter fish toxicity 1 Apply fish toxicity filter insect toxicology 1 Apply insect toxicology filter insecticide 1 Apply insecticide filter mechanism of action 1 Apply mechanism of action filter mosquito repellents 1 Apply mosquito repellents filter natural products 1 Apply natural products filter octopamine receptor 1 Apply octopamine receptor filter pesticide 1 Apply pesticide filter QSAR 1 Apply QSAR filter RNAi 1 Apply RNAi filter vaccines 1 Apply vaccines filter Search results Mobility of pesticides in water sediment plants and soils including soil columns Understanding mobility of pesticides is an important part of environmental toxicology and chemistry Pesticides need to be mobile enough to allow them to be transported to the site of action On the other hand pesticides that are too mobile will rapidly dissipate once applied to the target area and contaminate water and sediment Many factors can affect the mobility of pesticides in soil and water including soil characteristics pesticide properties and timing of application Research Categories Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Environmental Fate Tags environmental chemistry environmental fate environmental toxicology pesticides herbicide insecticides agriculture Fate of transgenic insecticides in soil and water including insecticidal Bt protein toxins and vaccines In recent years transgenic crops have increased significantly in their usage in agriculture Many of these crops produce insecticidal Bt proteins that target specific insect pests As with conventional chemicals it is important to know the fate of these insecticidal Bt proteins in the environment The fate data is used in the risk assessment process to determine potential exposure of the insecticidal Bt proteins to non target organisms Research Categories Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Environmental Fate Tags environmental chemistry environmental fate environmental toxicology insecticides biotechnology Bt protein toxins vaccines ELISA dsRNA RNAi Phytoremediation of pesticides in water and soil Extensive pesticide use over several decades has resulted in the contamination of soils and water bodies Pesticides can either these ecosystems either by intentional application or incidentally by spray drift surface water runoff or spills These pesticides may have a variety of detrimental effects on aquatic and terrestrial organisms and could lead to disruption of the ecosystem Cleaning up contaminated sites by conventional methods such as excavation and storage off site can be expensive and not practical for areas with only minor contamination issues Research Categories Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Phytoremediation Tags environmental chemistry environmental fate environmental toxicology phytoremediation atrazine herbicides Degradation persistence mobility and bioavailability of veterinary pharmaceuticals in soil water and sediment Veterinary pharmaceuticals have emerged in recent years as a contaminant of concern in the environment While not applied to soil and water bodies directly veterinary pharmaceuticals

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  • Search results | Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory
    Insecticide Toxicology 1 Apply Insecticide Toxicology filter Filter by category Research 3 Apply Research filter Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 2 Apply Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry filter Environmental Fate 2 Apply Environmental Fate filter Filter by tags Remove agriculture filter agriculture environmental fate 5 Apply environmental fate filter environmental toxicology 5 Apply environmental toxicology filter environmental chemistry 4 Apply environmental chemistry filter insecticides 4 Apply insecticides filter bioassays 3 Apply bioassays filter biotechnology 3 Apply biotechnology filter pesticides 3 Apply pesticides filter biopesticides 2 Apply biopesticides filter Bt protein toxins 2 Apply Bt protein toxins filter Deployed Warfighter Protection Program 2 Apply Deployed Warfighter Protection Program filter herbicide 2 Apply herbicide filter phytoremediation 2 Apply phytoremediation filter risk assessment 2 Apply risk assessment filter About 1 Apply About filter atrazine 1 Apply atrazine filter herbicides 1 Apply herbicides filter insecticide 1 Apply insecticide filter mechanism of action 1 Apply mechanism of action filter mosquito repellents 1 Apply mosquito repellents filter natural products 1 Apply natural products filter octopamine receptor 1 Apply octopamine receptor filter pesticide 1 Apply pesticide filter QSAR 1 Apply QSAR filter Search results Mobility of pesticides in water sediment plants and soils including soil columns Understanding mobility of pesticides is an important part of environmental toxicology and chemistry Pesticides need to be mobile enough to allow them to be transported to the site of action On the other hand pesticides that are too mobile will rapidly dissipate once applied to the target area and contaminate water and sediment Many factors can affect the mobility of pesticides in soil and water including soil characteristics pesticide properties and timing of application Research Categories Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Environmental Fate Tags environmental chemistry environmental fate environmental toxicology pesticides herbicide insecticides agriculture Degradation and persistence of insecticides herbicides fungicides including natural products

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  • Search results | Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory
    Graduate Student filter Principal Investigator 1 Apply Principal Investigator filter Filter by area of expertise Environmental Toxicology 2 Apply Environmental Toxicology filter Insecticide Toxicology 1 Apply Insecticide Toxicology filter Filter by category Research 2 Apply Research filter Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 1 Apply Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry filter Environmental Fate 1 Apply Environmental Fate filter Filter by tags Remove biotechnology filter biotechnology environmental fate 4 Apply environmental fate filter environmental toxicology 4 Apply environmental toxicology filter agriculture 3 Apply agriculture filter bioassays 3 Apply bioassays filter Bt protein toxins 3 Apply Bt protein toxins filter environmental chemistry 3 Apply environmental chemistry filter insecticides 3 Apply insecticides filter biopesticides 2 Apply biopesticides filter Deployed Warfighter Protection Program 2 Apply Deployed Warfighter Protection Program filter phytoremediation 2 Apply phytoremediation filter risk assessment 2 Apply risk assessment filter About 1 Apply About filter atrazine 1 Apply atrazine filter dsRNA 1 Apply dsRNA filter ELISA 1 Apply ELISA filter herbicides 1 Apply herbicides filter insecticide 1 Apply insecticide filter mechanism of action 1 Apply mechanism of action filter mosquito repellents 1 Apply mosquito repellents filter natural products 1 Apply natural products filter octopamine receptor 1 Apply octopamine receptor filter pesticide 1 Apply pesticide filter pesticides 1 Apply pesticides filter QSAR 1 Apply QSAR filter RNAi 1 Apply RNAi filter vaccines 1 Apply vaccines filter Search results Fate of transgenic insecticides in soil and water including insecticidal Bt protein toxins and vaccines In recent years transgenic crops have increased significantly in their usage in agriculture Many of these crops produce insecticidal Bt proteins that target specific insect pests As with conventional chemicals it is important to know the fate of these insecticidal Bt proteins in the environment The fate data is used in the risk assessment process to determine potential exposure of the insecticidal Bt

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  • Site Index | Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory
    W X Y Z Skip to main content Department of Entomology Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory Main menu Home Research People Publications News Events Search form Search Category Research Insect Toxicology Repellency Mechanism of Action Product Testing Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Environmental Fate Phytoremediation Awards Social Events Lab News You are here Home Site Index Site Index A B C D E F G H I L M N O P Q

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  • Site Map | Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory
    News You are here Home Site Map Front page Front page of Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory Main menu Home Research People Alumni Publications Authors Keywords News Events Category Primary site organization All content must have at least one category tag Research 153 Insect Toxicology 36 Repellency 9 Mechanism of Action 4 Product Testing 1 Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 49 Environmental Fate 39 Phytoremediation 13 Awards 5 Social Events 2 Lab News

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  • Department of Entomology Alumni News 2014 | Department of Entomology
    to main content Department of Entomology Main menu Home Prospective Students People Research Extension Publications Resources Search form Search Category Alumni Awards Careers Courses Entomology Extension Governance Graduate Study Grant Opportunities History Insect Identification Insect Zoo Minors Outcomes Assessment Pesticide Education Scholarships You are here Home More like this 2015 Annual Newsletter Available Department of Entomology Alumni News 2013 Department of Entomology Alumni News 2012 Department of Entomology Alumni News

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  • entomopathogens | Aaron Gassmann Laboratory
    Pathology Alumni Postdoctoral Research Associate During her time as a postdoctoral scientist at Iowa State University Dr Maxwell studied a diversity of topics including fitness costs of Bt resistance in western corn rootworm and European corn borer tritrophic interactions among soil borne entomopathogens corn and western corn rootworm and the application of integrated refuges and Bt pyramids to manage the evolution of resistance Melissa Rudeen Read more about Melissa Rudeen Area of Expertise Insect Pathology Alumni M S in Entomology from Iowa State University Melissa completed a master s degree in entomology She studied tritrophic interactions among western corn rootworm soil borne entomopathogens and Bt corn Publications Clifton E H Jaronski S T Hodgson E W and Gassmann A J In Press Abundance of soil borne entomopathogenic fungi in organic and conventional fields in the Midwestern USA with an emphasis on the effect of herbicides and fungicides on fungal persistence PLoS ONE Ingber D A and Gassmann A J In Press Inheritance and fitness costs of resistance to Cry3Bb1 corn by western corn rootworm Coleoptera Chrysomelidae Journal of Economic Entomology Read more about Publications Tags Bt ecology entomopathogens evolution fitness costs pink bollworm rootworm Gassmann Lab Research Projects 1 Resistance

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  • fungi | Aaron Gassmann Laboratory
    corn by western corn rootworm Read more about Gassmann Lab Tags entomopathogens fungi integrated pest management nematodes refuge strategy resistance management rootworm Dr Aaron Gassmann Read more about Dr Aaron Gassmann Area of Expertise Integrated Pest Managment and Insect Resistance Management Principal Investigator Associate Professor My research interests are in the areas of plant insect and tritrophic interactions with a focus on insects that attack corn Zea mays L General

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