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50:32

05 November 2015
Duration: 50:32
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Juan J Duan, from the USDA ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Reseach Unit, presents Biological Invasion and Classical Biocontrol: a Case Study with the Emerald Ash Borer.

01:15:28

12 November 2015
Duration: 01:15:28
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ENT: Li Tian (PhD exit seminar, Zhou lab) – From "Scared to Death" to "A Peace of Mind": Termite Soldiers Function Beyond Battlefield Tags: ENT Entomology Seminar

54:59

11 February 2016
Duration: 54:59
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Sarah Meierotto (Sharkey lab) – Assessment of Forest Arthropod Diversity Through Metabarcoding Thorsten Hansen (White lab) – Identifying Mechanisms of Host Plant Specialization in Aphis craccivora and its Bacterial Symbionts

01:22:47

18 February 2016
Duration: 01:22:47
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Joe Spencer (Univ Illinois) – Getting high with the beetles’ and other approaches to understanding western corn rootworm ecology (host: Obrycki lab)

55:03

25 February 2016
Duration: 55:03
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Office of the State Entomologist (UK) - Just Who Are We Anyway?

01:03:18

03 March 2016
Duration: 01:03:18
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ENT Seminar: Gender, Authorship, and the Peer Review Process: Lessons from an Ecology Journal Presented by Charles W. Fox, University of Kentucky - w/C. Sean Burns, University of Kentucky, Jennifer Meyer British Ecological Society, and Anna Muncy, University of Kentucky

01:03:55

25 August 2016
Duration: 01:03:55
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Title IX Discussion, Patty Bender (UK Equal Opportunity Employment Office at UK)

01:01:33

06 October 2016
Duration: 01:01:33
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James Nieh (UC San Diego) – Cries in the hive: encoding danger and context in the referential communication of Asian honey bees. (host: Rittschof lab)

54:05

13 October 2016
Duration: 54:05
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Marianne Shockley (Entomology, U. Georgia) – Insects as food and feed: Past, Present and the Future. (Student Choice Speaker)

51:06

19 October 2016
Duration: 51:06
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Dr. John Beckmann Faculty candidate seminar “Molecular Mechanism of Cytoplasmic Incompatibility and Genetic Applications to Insect Ecology”