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Diaspore Dispersal by Wasps of the Genus Vespula

Dr. Dylan Orion Burge University of California Los Angeles Dr. Burge describes how he stumbled on to an odd behavior of Vespula wasps. He collected calycanthus seeds in Northern California and…

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From Micro to Macro: The Trophic Regulation of a Multispecies Protective Mutualism

Dr. Elizabeth Pringle Faculty, University of Nevada, Reno In this presentation, Dr. Elizabeth Pringle explains – and provides examples of – mutualism in the natural world. She…

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Biological Sciences Career Fair - Ecology and Natural Resources

Jody Gallaway Darren Minier Linnea Hanson John Sandberg Four professionals share how their college degrees in biological sciences have led to fulfilling careers in the field of Ecology and…

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One Health: Understanding and Addressing Emerging Infectious Diseases

Linda S. Lewis, DVM, MPVM Epidemiologist, Butte County Public Health Department Ms. Lewis begins by explaining the “One Health” concept. This approach to public health recognizes that…

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Digestive physiology of the Phasmatodea

Matan Shelomi PhD Candidate Department of Entomology, UC Davis Matan Shelomi provides insight into the remarkably complex digestive system of the phasmatodea, an insect also known as the…

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Factors Affecting Honeybee Queen Mating and Reproduction

Dr. Elina Lastro Nino Assistant Specialist in CE, Department of Entomology & Nematology, UC Davis Dr. Elina Lastro Nino directs the E.L. Nino Bee Lab at the UC Davis Honey Bee Research…

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Chemical Aggressive Mimicry in Solitary Bee Nest Parasites: Host Range in the Southwestern US

Leslie Saul-Gershenz PhD Candidate, Department of Entomology, UC, Davis Ms. Saul-Gershenz opens her talk with the assertion that scientists should use less jargon and make their work more…

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