Dr. Daniel Moellenbeck

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Adjunct Assistant Professor
DM Crop Research Group Inc.
700 N. 3rd Street
PO Box 53
Polk City, IA 50226
Phone: (515) 975-4425
Email: dan@dmcropresearch.com


Appointment: President Area: Plant Resistance to Insects; Insect Resistance Management Education:
  1. B.S. in Biometry, Iowa State University, 1986
  2. Ph.D. in Entomology, Louisiana State University, 1992
Professional Responsibilities and Activities: Member of ESA; ESA Board Certified Entomologist, AAAS; Sigma Chi


  • Vélez, A.M., T.A. Spencer, A.P. Alves, D. Moellenbeck, R.L. Meagher, H. Chirakkal and B.D. Siegfried. 2013. Inheritance of Cry1F resistance, cross-resistance and frequency of resistant alleles in Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Bulletin Entomological Research. 103:700-713.
  • Clark, T. L. , D.L. Frank, B.W. French, L. J. Meinke, D. Moellenbeck, T. T. Vaughn, and B. E. Hibbard. 2012. Mortality impact of MON863 transgenic maize roots on western corn rootworm larvae in the field. J. Appl. Entomol. 136:721-729.
  • Higgins, L.S., J. Babcock, P. Neese, R. Layton, D.J. Moellenbeck, and N. Storer. 2009. Three Year Field Monitoring of Cry1F, Event DAS-01507-1, Maize for Nontarget Arthropod Effects. Environ. Entomol. 38: 281-292.
  • Vande Berg, B.J., P.E. Hammer, B.L. Chun, L.C. Schouten, . B. Carr, R. Guo. C. Peters, T.K. Hinson, V. Beilinson, A. Shekita, R. Deter, Z. Chen, V. Samoylov, C.T. Bryant Jr., M.E. Stauffer, T. Eberle, D.J. Moellenbeck, N.B. Carozzi, M.G. Koziel and N.B. Duck. 2008. Characterization and Plant Expression of a Glyphosate-Tolerant Enolpyruvylshikimate Phosphate Synthase. Pest Management Sci. 64:340-345.
  • Moellenbeck, D.J., M.L. Peters, J.W. Bing, J.R. Rouse, L.S. Higgins, L. Sims, T. Nevshemal, L. Marshall, R.T. Ellis, P.G. Bystrak, B.A. Lang, J.L. Stewart, K. Kouba, V. Sondag, V. Gustafson, K. Nour, D. Xu, J. Swenson, J. Zhang, T. Czapla, G. Schwab, S. Jayne, B.A. Stockhoff, K. Narva, H.E. Schnepf, S.J. Stelman, C. Poutre, M. Koziel, and N. Duck. 2001. Insecticidal proteins from Bacillus thuringiensis protect corn from corn rootworms. Nature Biotechnology. 19: 668 - 672.