Plant Resistance to Insects

This research focuses on plant-insect interactions as they are affected by genetic manipulation of the host plant to reduce losses due to insect pests. Major areas of research involve the study of plant resistance-breaking biotypes, and investigation of tri-trophic relationships.

Kait Chapman

Kaitlin Chapman

Extension Educator

Urban Entomology
Lancaster County Extension
444 Cherrycreek Road, Suite A
Lincoln, NE 685258-1591
Heena Puri

Heena Puri

UNL Entomology Department
208 Entomology Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Mia Luong

Mia Luong

208 ENTO Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Emily Reinders

Emily Reinders

Research Technician III

Applied Ecology and Corn Rootworm Research
UNL Entomology Department
104 ENTO
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Jordy Reinders

Dr. Jordan Reinders

Post Doctoral Research Associate

Insect Ecology & Behavior, Integrated Pest Management
104 ENTO
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Shripat Kamble

Dr. Shripat Kamble (Emeritus)

Emeritus Professor

Insecticide application and exposure in field crops, Pest management practices
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Department of Entomology
210 Entomology Hall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. E.A. Heinrichs

Dr. E.A. "Short" Heinrichs (Emeritus)

Emeritus Professor

Integrated Pest Management (IPM), International agriculture
6517 S. 19th St.
Lincoln, NE 68512
John Foster

Dr. John Foster (Emeritus)

Emeritus Extension & Research Entomologist

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Department of Entomology
103 Entomology Hall
Lincoln, NE
68583-0816
Dr. Ana Velez

Dr. Ana Maria Vélez

Assistant Professor

Insect Toxicology
UNL Department of Entomology
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Lance Meinke

Dr. Lance J. Meinke

Professor

Insect Ecology & Behavior, Integrated Pest Management, Resistance Management Chrysomelid Taxonomy
Department of Entomology
109B Entomology Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816

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