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  • Entomology and Nematology News
    HTML coding Issues usually are published by mid month Submit items for an issue by the 7th of that month We like to share news when it happens using Twitter Facebook and YouTube Follow us on these sites for daily updates When you send news we will post it on one or more of these sites and again in the monthly newsletter Please be sure you have permission from people

    Original URL path: http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/news/ (2015-05-19)
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  • seminar site entomology/nematology
    microphones muted except when wishing to speak For meetings with the seminar speaker or related questions please contact Dr Jiri Hulcr hulcr ufl edu Mission Statement Past Presentations This week s speaker John Capinera University of Florida University of Florida Department of Entomology and Nematology 1881 Natural Area Drive University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Spring 2015 SEMINAR SERIES Talks start at 3 30 pm Refreshments at 3 20pm Room 1031 Steinmetz Hall January 29 Attracting carnivorous insects with plant volatiles The future of biocontrol or playing with fire Ian Kaplan Department of Entomology Purdue University February 5 Insect ageing Kyung Jin Min Inha University Korea February 12 Enemy release and invasional meltdown the role of friends and foes in facilitating the success and impacts of invasive species in plant and insect communities Kirsten Prior Department of Biology University of Florida February 19 Polyphagy parthenogenesis pests and population size evolutionary biology of armored scale insects Ben Normark University of Massachusetts Amherst February 26 Biological Control and the Transformation of Cotton IPM Steve Naranjo USDA ARS Arizona March 5 Spring Break March 12 Insect phylogenetics solved Jesse Breinholt McGuire Center University of Florida March 19 Slugs are bugs What you need

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    AVAILABLE ROOMS 1012 Computer Teaching Lab 1014 main conference room seats 17 1015 medium conference room seats 12 1027 lecture room seats 25 1031 lecture room seats 62 2216 teaching lab seats 25 30 2218 teaching lab seats 36 3118 teaching lab seats 30 View current reservations via UF Exchange OWA Logon and look for the Public Folder item at lower left Drill down via IFAS Entomology and Nematology to

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    make a reservation please contact Nancy Sanders nsanders ufl edu 352 273 3901 AVAILABLE EQUIPMENT Laptop computer 1 Laptop computer 2 Laptop computer 4 Projector Sharp 1 Projector Sharp 2 View current reservations via UF Exchange OWA Logon and look for the Public Folder item at lower left Drill down via IFAS Entomology and Nematology to see calendars for each item UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY and NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT Webmaster E

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  • UF Insect ID Lab
    Insect ID Lab at the University of Florida Need to name that bug A host of experts is available to help Floridians identify any insect or related arthropod If your mystery creature has six or more legs the UF Insect ID Lab is the place to send it In most cases when you send a specimen to the Insect ID Lab manager Lyle Buss will review it identify it and respond with the result If it is an unusual specimen Mr Buss forwards it to a commodity or taxonomic specialist within the UF IFAS Extension System or the Florida Department of Agriculture Division of Plant Industry Mr Buss will send you the final identification results Read instructions and complete the form to begin the process About the Insect ID Lab and its partners Specialists in the UF IFAS Extension System include faculty and Extension agents The scientists at FDACS DPI curate the Florida State Collection of Arthropods an extremely valuable reference source for identifications within Florida The UF Insect ID Lab serves as the hub entomology component of the Southern Plant Diagnostic Network Regional Center and the Florida Plant Diagnostic Network Insect ID Lab hours The Insect ID Lab is

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  • Predictive Risk Model for Thrips Damage in North Central Florida Liburd M S Hammons Katherine Non thesis Baldwin M S N Hawkings Chloe RNA Interference based Strategy for Asian Citrus Psyllid Diaphornia citri Kuwayama Control A Method to Reduce the Spread of Citrus Greening Disease Huanglongbing Cave M S Hill Stephanie Foraging Strategies and Aggression Patterns of Nylanderia fulva Mayr Hymenoptera Formicidae in North Central Florida Koehler Ph D Hillman Hillary Non thesis Maruniak M S N Jenson Lacey Characterization of Neuronal Structure and Insecticide Target Site Expression in Spodoptera frugiperda Sf21 and Anopheles gambiae Sua1b Insect Cells Bloomquist Ph D Jordan Bennett New Concepts in Management of Drywood Blattodea Rhinotermitidae and Subterranean Termites Blattodea Kalotermitidae Termite Control Strategies Koehler Ph D Kaur Navneet Manipulating Maintenance Practices to Reduce the Susceptibility of Two St Augustinegrass Cultivars to Blissus insularis Barber Hemiptera Blissidae E Buss Ph D Kim Ki Integrated Management of Asian Citrus Psyllid Diaphorina citri Kuwayama for ProtectingYoung Citrus Trees from Huanglongbing Rogers Ph D Koi Sandra Ecology and Conservation of the Imperiled South Florida Butterfly Eumaeus atala Poey 1832 Daniels M S Liu Ruohan Developing Site specific Pest Management Strategies for Twospotted Spider Mites Tetranychus urticae Kocy in North Central Florida Strawberry Fields Liburd M S Louton Jessica Non thesis Branham M S N MacKenzie Martin Non thesis Koehler M S N Mendez Martinez Joel Non thesis Stansly M S N Molifua Benjamin Non thesis Mannion M S N Mortensen Ashley Impact of Managed European Honey Bee Colonies on the Composition of Drone Congregation Areas Ellis M S Nino Beltran Angie Evaluation of the Green Lacewing Chrysoperia rufilabris Burmeister Neuroptera Chrysopidae as a Biological Control Agent of the Yellowmargined Leaf Beetle Microtheca ochroloma Stal Coleoptera Chrysomelidae Cave M S Okins Katherine Non thesis Thomas M S N Poplin

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    not seeking a graduate degree or seek only an undergraduate or graduate certificate Complete the online non degree application at least six weeks before the semester in which you want to enroll in a class If you wish to take a class at the undergraduate level be sure to select THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES Entomology Undergraduate Distance Courses from the College section If you will be taking a graduate level course select THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Entomology Distance Fill in all the boxes including the course prefix and number Example ENY 3005 see course offerings for listings List only the course s you want to take that semester Generally one or two courses are all that a working student can handle Enter Apply at the bottom of the form If you do not get a message that your application has been submitted you should assume that there is a problem and re submit Note that you are required to declare your residency You will receive an email acceptance from the college once your application has been approved This email will include your UF ID number Please make note of this number There will be instructions in this email on how to obtain a Gatorlink account A Gatorlink account will grant you access to UF libraries billing in state only and course systems You must use this email account for all correspondence with your instructors You will be registered for courses by the department Once you have been successfully registered you will be notified by email from the department Remember this email should come within two weeks of the start of the semester If you are concerned about your status contact the department s academic programs assistant by email or phone at 352 273 3912 After you have been accepted by the college please feel free to contact your course instructor by email or phone regarding purchase and receipt of materials textbook CD etc deadlines etc If you are uncertain who to contact or how contact the department for help Degree program application procedures If you are seeking a graduate degree Applying for Graduate Admission Go to the Academic Programs web page and read the Application Procedures to determine admission and degree requirements Apply online by following the TO APPLY ONLINE link on that page Distance Education Entomology Degree Tracks with Course Requirements I Master of Science non thesis with specialization in Entomology 30 credits Title of Program Master of Science with specialization in Entomology Description The University of Florida s Entomology and Nematology Department offers an off campus Master of Science degree normally non thesis but thesis programs are available by special arrangement with a concentration in Entomology Courses are offered via distance education to accommodate place bound students interested in biological science with emphasis on insects and other arthropods including extension agents and other educators state and federal employees in agricultural environmental and regulatory positions consultants pest control industry personnel and others who want to further their education Degree M S non thesis Expected time length to complete program 30 credits approximately 2 4 years Delivery technology used WWW web Face to face location requirements written and oral final exams at University of Florida location Admissions information Starting dates in January May and August Prerequisites A Bachelor s degree in a scientific discipline or at least two semesters of biology one semester each of chemistry algebra and trigonometry and one semester of physics and beginning statistics recommended Admission criteria include a B average or better for the last two years of the baccalaureate program and satisfactory scores total of 1000 in verbal and quantitative portions or 297 on the new scale of the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination GRE Up to 9 graduate level credits taken prior to formal admission may be transferred into the program to meet degree requirements Degree Requirements are Thirty credits including ENY 5006 5006L 6166 and 6401 an applied entomology course a graduate level ecology course a biochemistry or molecular entomology course a statistics course to include at least 18 credits of ENY NEM Course options ALS 6166 Exotic Species and Biosecurity Issues 3 ENY 5006 Graduate Survey of Entomology 2 ENY 5006L Graduate Survey of Entomology Laboratory 1 ENY 5212 Insects and Wildlife 3 ENY 5223C Biology and Identification of Urban Pests 3 ENY 5226C Principles of Urban Pest Management 3 ENY 5236 Insect Pest and Vector Management 3 ENY 5572 Beekeeping 3 ENY 5516 Turf and Ornamental Entomology 3 ENY 5820 Insect Molecular Genetics 3 ENY 6166 Insect Classification 3 ENY 6203 Insect Ecology 3 ENY 6203L Insect Ecology Laboratory 1 ENY 6401 Insect Physiology 3 ENY 6651C Insect Toxicology 3 ENY 6665 Advanced Medical and Veterinary Entomology 3 ENY 6665L Advanced Medical and Veterinary Laboratory 1 Other applicable courses include BCH 5045 Graduate Survey of Biochemistry 4 IPM 5305 Principles of Pesticides 3 NEM 5004C Principles of Nematology 3 STA 6166 Statistical Methods in Research 3 II Master of Science non thesis with specialization in Pest Management 30 credits Title of Program Master of Science with specialization in Pest Management Description The University of Florida s Entomology and Nematology Department offers an off campus Master of Science degree normally non thesis but thesis programs are available by special arrangement with a concentration in Pest Management Courses are offered via distance education to accommodate place bound students interested in the principles and practices of interdisciplinary pest management including extension agents and other educators state and federal employees in agricultural environmental and regulatory positions consultants pest control industry personnel and others who want to further their education Degree M S non thesis Expected time length to complete program 30 credits approximately 2 4 years Delivery technology used WWW web Face to face location requirements written and oral final exams at University of Florida location Admissions information Starting dates in January May and August Prerequisites A Bachelor s degree in a scientific discipline or at least two semesters of

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