PS 64
Plant-Insect Interactions

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Soil fertility practices, plant nutrient profiles, and mycorrhizal colonization affect oviposition response of Ostrinia nubilalis to corn plants
Crystal R. Hanson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ebony Murrell, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Eileen M. Cullen, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Out on a limb: Are insect herbivores at greater risk of predation on young foliage?
Petah A. Low, The University of Sydney; Clare McArthur, The University of Sydney; Dieter F. Hochuli, The University of Sydney
 It's a moth-eat-moth world: Groundcherry moth performs better as a frugivore than a budworm when not eaten by another moth
Amy L. Moorhouse, Minnesota State University Moorhead; T'ai H. Roulston, University of Virginia
 Alteration of host plant quality by an omnivorous mirid bug (Dicyphus hesperus) and its implications for interactions with resident leafhoppers (Empoasca spp.)
Billy A. Krimmel, UC Davis; Christopher R. Dillis, UC-Davis; Kathy Hughes, UC Davis; Marshall McMunn, University of California - Davis
 Spatial variation in occurrence of biological control agents of the noxious weed Cirsium arvense
Krystal A. M. Nunes, University of Toronto; Peter M. Kotanen, University of Toronto
 Fatal attraction: The influence of prey sensory modality on capture rates in insectivorous plants
Cathryn L. Carney, Augustana College; Ally Jo Lloyd, Augustana College; Joshua Vander Windt, Augustana College; Steven L. Matzner, Augustana University; Daniel R. Howard, Augustana College
 Towards to an improved knowledge of species-specific pollinator movement and efficiency
Antonio R. Castilla, University of Texas, Austin; Shalene Jha, University of Texas at Austin; Alonso Santos, Universidad de Panamá
 Plant secondary compounds in floral nectar reduce bumble bee parasite infection
Leif L. Richardson, Dartmouth College; Lynn S. Adler, University of Massachusetts; Anne S. Leonard, University of Nevada Reno; Karly A. Henry, University of Massachusetts; Winston Anthony, University of Massachusetts; Rebecca E. Irwin, Dartmouth College; Jessamyn S. Manson, University of Alberta
 Effects of Australian tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) chemotypes on the performance of two specialist herbivores
Carlos Bustos-Segura, Australian National University; William J. Foley, Australian National University
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