Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Program Symposia For the 2010 ESA Annual Meeting

This year, the Annual Meeting Program Committee selected six Program Symposia for the ESA Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA, December 12-15. The titles and organizers are listed below.

- Diversity in Olfaction and Taste – Walter Leal and John Hildebrand

- Entomophagy Reconsidered: Current Status and Challenges, Potential Directions, and an Invitation to Entomologists – David Gracer and Florence Dunkel

- The Multiple “Personalities” of Cactoblastis cactorum: a Multi-disciplinary Response to the Biological Impacts of the Moth’s Geographical Wanderings – Stephen Hight and James Carpenter

- Praying Mantises (Mantodea): Diversity of Form, Function, and Biology – Frederick R. Prete, Lawrence Hurd, and Gavin Svenson

- The Disciplinary and Geographical Diversity of Classical Biological Control – Livy Williams and Charles Vincent

- Bee Space – The Final Frontier: The Bicentennial Celebration of Lorenzio Langstroth and Diverse Discoveries in Honey Bee Biology – Gene Kritsky and May Berenbaum

Click here for more information on the 2010 ESA Annual Meeting.