Entomology - Dr. Edson Baldin

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Associate Professor of Entomology
São Paulo State University

Plant Protection Department

18610-034, Botucatu, SP, Brazil
Telephone: +55 (14) 3880-7491
Email: edson.baldin@unesp.br
Webpage: http://www.fca.unesp.br

 

Appointment:
Adjunct Faculty

Education:
  1. Bachelor of Science. 1995. São Paulo State University. Agronomy
  2. Master of Science. 1998. São Paulo State University. Agronomy, Entomology
  3. Doctor of Science. 2001. University of São Paulo. Sciences: Entomology
  4. Visiting Professor (Post-Doc). 2011-2012. University of Nebraska. Entomology

Relevant Work Experience (since 2001): Professor, Plant Protection Dept., São Paulo State University, Botucatu, SP, Brazil (2007-present) Professor, Entomology Dept., Brazil University, Fernandópolis, SP, Brazil (2001-2006)

Publications:

Refereed Journal Publications: 95 Books: 8; Book Chapters: 13 Technical Reports and Extension Publications: 6

Presentations:

Invited Speaker: International, National & Regional: 30 Other Refereed Scientific Papers and Posters: 277+ (28 international)

Professional Societies:

  • Entomological Society of Brazil Entomological Society of America Select Professional Service Activities: Head, Plant Protection Dept., São Paulo State University, Botucatu, SP, Brazil (2017-present)
  • Director, Foundation for Agricultural and Forestry Studies and Research, São Paula State University, Botucatu, SP, Brazil (2017-current)
  • Organizer/Chair, “Crop Protection Symposium”, São Paulo State University, Botucatu, SP, Brazil (2017/2015/2013/2011/2009).
  • Organizer and Speaker, Round Table Symposium at the Brazilian Congress of Entomology (2018/2014/2013).
  • Vice-Coordinator, Plant Protection Graduate Program, São Paulo State University, Botucatu, SP, Brazil (2017-current).
  • Teaching Experience (Undergraduate/Graduate) at São Paulo State University. Agricultural Entomology; IPM in Field Crops and Forests; Host Plant Resistance; Introduction to Crop Protection (2007- present). Head – Entomology and Nematology Dept. Brazil University, Fernandópolis, SP, Brazil (2002-2006). Teaching Experience (Undergraduate) at Brazil University. Acarology; Zoology; General Entomology; IPM in Field Crops; Nematology; Agriculture; Spraying Technology (2001-2006).

Mentoring – Undergraduate and Graduate Studies:

  • Doctoral Program Advisor for 24 students (2011-current)
  • PhD Sandwich Student Co-Advisor (Dr. Thomas Hunt, UNL) for 4 students
  • Masters Program Advisor for 17 students (2010-current)
  • Postdoctoral Program Supervisor for 3 individuals (2011-present)
  • Undergraduate Advisor for 29 students with government scholarship (FAPESP/CNPq) (2002-present)

Selected Publications: (Full CV available at http://lattes.cnpq.br/7435095106327305)
Refereed Journals (recent):

  • Coelho, M.; Godoy, A.F.; Baptista, Y.A.; Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Lourenção, A.L.; Baldin,E.L.L.; Catchot, A.L. Assessing soybean genotypes for resistance to Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 113 (doi.org/10.1093/jee/toz269), 2020.
  • Souza, C.M.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Ribeiro, L.P.; Santos, T.L.B.; Silva, I.F.; Morando, R.; Vendramim, J.D. Antifeedant and growth inhibitory effects of Annonaceae derivatives on Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner). Crop Protection 121: 45-50, 2019.
  • Pannuti, L.E.R.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Paula-Moraes, S.V.; Hunt, T.E.; Canassa, V.F.; Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Silva, I.F. External marking and behavior of early instar Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on soybean. Florida Entomologist 102: 60-65, 2019.
  • Souza, C.M.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Ribeiro, L.P.; Santos, T.L.B.; Silva, I.F.; Morando, R.; Vendramim, J.D. Antifeedant and growth inhibitory effects of Annonaceae derivatives on Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner). Crop Protection 121: 45-50, 2019.
  • Baldin, E.L.L.; Dias, H.J.; Souza, C.M.; Soares, M.C.E.; Grundman, C.O.; Santos, T.L.B.; Crotti, A.M.E. Insecticidal and inhibitory effects of dihydrobenzofuran neolignans on Bemisia tabaci. Journal of Pest Science 92: 861-869, 2019.
  • Baldin, E.L.L.; Stamm, M.D.; Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Koch, K.G.; Heng-Moss, T.; Hunt, T.E. Feeding behavior of Aphis glycines (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on soybeans exhibiting antibiosis and tolerance resistance. Florida Entomologist 101: 223-228, 2018.
  • Marchi-Werle, L.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Fischer, H.D.; Heng-Moss, T.M.; Hunt, T.E. Economic injury levels for Aphis glycines Matsumura (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on the soybean aphid tolerant ks4202 soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill). Journal of Economic Entomology 110: 2100-2108, 2017.
  • Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Montezano, D.G.; Hunt, T.E.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Peterson, J.A.; Victor, V.S.; Pannuti, L.E.R.; Vélez, A.M.; Paula-Moraes, S.V. Intraguild interactions and behavior of Spodoptera frugiperda and Helicoverpa spp. on maize. Pest Management Science 73: 2244-2251, 2017.
  • Baldin, E.L.L.; Cruz, P.L.; Morando, R.; Silva, I.F.; Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Tozin, L.R.S.; Rodrigues, T.M. Characterization of antixenosis in soybean genotypes to Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) biotype B. Journal of Economic Entomology 110: 1869-1876, 2017.
  • Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Montezano, D.G.; Hunt, T.E.; Paula-Moraes, S.V. Attack and defense movements involved in the interaction of Spodoptera frugiperda and Helicoverpa zea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of Pest Science 90: 433-445, 2017.
  • Cruz, P.L.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Guimarães, L.R.P.; Pannuti, L.E.R.; Lima, G.P.P.; Heng-Moss, T.M.; Hunt, T.E. Tolerance of KS-4202 soybean to the attack of Bemisia tabaci biotype B (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae). Florida Entomologist 99: 600-607, 2016.
  • Baldin, E.L.L.; Marchi-Werle, L.; Pannuti, L.E.R.; Heng-Moss, T.M.; Hunt, T.E. Evaluating categories of resistance in soybean genotypes from United States and Brazil to Aphis glycines (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Florida Entomologist 99: 487-495, 2016.
  • Pannuti, L.E.R.; Paula-Moraes, S.V.; Hunt, T.E.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Dana, L.; Malaquias, J.V. Plant-to-plant movement of Striacosta albicosta and Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in maize ( Zea mays ). Journal of Economic Entomology 109: 1125-1131, 2016.
  • Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Hunt, T.E.; Paula-Moraes, S.V.; Blankenship, E.E. Intraguild competition of three noctuid maize pests. Environmental Entomology 45: 999-1008, 2016. Bentivenha, J.P.F.; Paula-Moraes, S.V.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Specht, A.; Silva, I.F.; Hunt, T.E. Battle in the new world: Helicoverpa armigera versus Helicoverpa zea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Plos One 11: e0167182, 2016.
  • Pannuti, L.E.R.; Baldin, E.L.L.; Hunt, T.E.; Paula-Moraes, S.V. On-plant larval movement and feeding behavior of fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on reproductive corn stages. Environmental Entomology 45: 192-200, 2016.

Books:

  • Baldin, E.L.L.; Vendramim, J.D.; Lourenção. Resistência de plantas a insetos – fundamentos e aplicações. Piracicaba: Fealq, 2019. 493p. <.li>
  • Fujihara, R.T.; Forti, L.C.; Almeida, M.C.; Baldin, E.L.L. Insetos de importância econômica: guia ilustrado para identificação de famílias. Botucatu: Fepaf, 2016. 391p.

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