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3rd Hemipteran Plant-Interactions Symposium. 1st Announcement

Dear Colleagues: We are glad to invite you to attend the 3rd Hemipteran-Plant Interactions Symposium that will be held in Madrid, Spain, 4-8 June, 2017. If you want to receive further information about this Symposium please fill up the Expression of Interest Form.  1st Announcement: http://www.hpis2017.csic.esThe Expression of Interest form is simply for planning purposes and makes no obligation on your part.We look forward seeing you in Madrid in 2017.All best wishesAlberto Fereres, Gregory…

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GPA colony

Hello,We have a grad student working in our building whose green peach aphid colony crashed, and she needs to re-start the colony right away for an upcoming experiment. Please let me know if anyone have a virus-free source of GPA and could send some aphids to her  by the end of this week. Thanks,Louis HeslerBrookings, SD(605) 693-5228Louis.hesler@ars.usda.gov

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Hemipteran-Plant Interactions Symposium, Riverside, California, June 23-25, 2014

Second Hemiptera-Plant Interactions SymposiumUniversity of California, Riverside (UCR), June 23-25, 2014            We would like to bring to your attention an upcoming interdisciplinary Symposium on Hemiptera-Plant and Hemipteran-Plant Pathogen Interactions.  Hemiptera and other piercing-sucking herbivorous insects (e.g., thrips) are serious agricultural pests that negatively impact crop production directly by feeding on plants and indirectly by transmitting devastating plant pathogens. …

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Proceedings of The Hemiptera-Plant Interactions Symposium, Piracicaba, Brazil. July 2011

Hello Hemiptera Feeding Network members.The Proceedings of The Hemiptera-Plant Interactions Symposium, held in Piracicaba, Brazil. July 2011, is now posted on the ESA Hemiptera Feeding Network.  There were 5 sections to the symposium with many great presentations.  The posted proceedings have the abstracts of all the presentations.  The 5 sections were:Phloem Physiology and Phloem-Feeding InsectsXylem Physiology and Xylem-Feeding InsectsOther Modes of Piercing-Sucking FeedingPlant Physiological…

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