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June - Society for Invertebrate Pathology
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newsletter
VoZme VII, Number 3
June 1975
society for invertebrate pathology
S I P V I I I T H A N D IXTH A N N U A L M E E T I N G S
V I I I T H ANNUAL S I P MEETING
CORVALLIS,
OREGON; AUGUST 16-22, 1 9 7 5
POSTER SESSION
S u r p r i s i n g l y , i n t e r e s t i n t h e p o s t e r s e s s i o n format
f o r p r e s e n t a t i o n o f r e s e a r c h r e p o r t s has been v e r y
l i m i t e d . Only s i x a u t h o r s r e q u e s t e d t h a t t h e i r
p r e s e n t a t i o n s be scheduled i n t h e p o s t e r s e s s i o n ,
o r e x p r e s s e d no p r e f e r e n c e f o r t h e p o s t e r s e s s i o n
o r i n t h e c o n v e n t i o n a l s e s s i o n . Thus, r e l u c t a n t l y ,
t h e Program Committee d e c i d e d t o e l i m i n a t e t h e p o s t e r
s e s s i o n a t t h e C o r v a l l i s meeting. However, t h e
Cownittee b e l i e v e s t h a t t h e p o s t e r s e s s i o n format
h a s g r e a t m e r i t ( s e e SIP N e w s l e t t e r , Vol. VI1:2,
March 1'375) and t h a t t h e S o c i e t y should promote it
a g a i n a t f u t u r e meetings. T h i s y e a r , a l l p a p e r s
have been s c h e d u l e d i n c o n v e n t i o n a l s e s s i o n s ( l e c t u r e
presintations).~
"STAND-BY"
PRESENTATIONS
As it h a s happened i n t h e p a s t , some a u t h o r s may be
unable t o a t t e n d t h e Annual Meeting and t o p r e s e n t
t h e i r p a p e r s . Thus, a few 20-minute s l o t s may become
a v a i l a b l e o n v e r y s h o r t n o t i c e . The Program Committee
i n t e n d s t o a s s i g n t h e s e s l o t s t o SIP members who may
wish t o p r e s e n t r e p o r t s on a "stand-by" b a s i s .
Members who c o u l d u s e a v a c a t e d t i m e s l o t f o r a 15minute resent at ion ( f o l l o w e d bv 5 m i n u t e s d i s c u s s i o n )
must n o t i f y D r . Mauro Martignoni o r D r . Mike Mix
on Monday morning, August 1 8 . S i n c e t h e e x a c t number
of v a c a t e d t i m e s l o t s ( i f a n y ) w i l l be known o n l y a s
. t h e m e e t i n e ooens. o lease do n o t a o ~ ,
l vb e f o r e
August 1 8 , 1975. Authors who a r e u n a b l e t o a t t e n d
t h e meeting and t o p r e s e n t t h e i r p a p e r s a s l i s t e d i n
t h e program a r e urged t o n o t i f y D r . Mix o r
D r . Martignoni as soon a s p o s s i b l e .
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A
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IXTH AWl!AL SIP FEETIffi
KINGSTON, ~ A R I O ,CANADA, AUGUST 29 - S
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~ 3, Ra976
CALL FOR PROGRAMMING SUGGESTIONS
The j o i n t i n t e r n a t i o n a l and s o c i e t y meeting w i l l be h e l d
a t Queen's U n i v e r s i t y , Kingston, O n t a r i o , Canada, August
29-September 3 , 1976. The meeting w i l l f o l l o w t h e
I n t e r n a t i o n a l Congress of Entomology being h e l d i n
Kingston i s s i t u a t e d midway between
Washington, D . C .
Montreal and Toronto a t t h e e a s t e r n end o f Lake O n t a r i o
and a t t h e s o u r c e o f t h e S t . Lawrence River. U n i v e r s i t y
r e s i d e n c e a c c o m o d a t i o n w i l l be a v a i l a b l e a t Queen's
University.
The programme committee s o l i c i t s your s u g g e s t i o n s f o r
p r i n c i p a l t o p i c s f o r symposia sessions, t o g e t h e r w i t h
names of p o s s i b l e s p e a k e r s . C u r r e n t t h i n k i n g i s t o
r u n one o r two symposia c o n c u r r e n t l y i n morning s e s s i o n s
and t o have s h o r t p a p e r s and p o s t e r s e s s i o n s p r e s e n t e d
d u r i n g t h e a f t e r n o o n s . P l e a s e send your i d e a s t o e i t h e r :
Dr. T. A. Angus
I n s e c t PathoZogy Research
I n s t i t u t e , P.O. Box 490
S a u l t S t e . Marie, O n t a r i o
CANADA P6A 5M7
or
Dr. P e t e r FauZkner
Department of MicrobioLogy
&keen's U n i v e r s i t y
Xingston, O n t a r i o
CANADA K7L 3N6
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SERENDIPITY TIME
A l l members a r e reminded a g a i n t h a t Wednesday a f t e r n o o r
h a s been r e s e r v e d f o r informal m e e t i n g s , s p e c i a l i z e d
working g r o u p s , impromptu d i s c u s s i o n s , v i s i t s w i t h
c o l l e a g u e s on and o f f campus, e t c . Wednesday a f t e r noon w i l l b e a s e r e n d i p i t o u s o c c a s i o n , it w i l l be
time f o r f i n d i n g valuable t h i n g s r e l a t i n g t o each
and e v e r y o n e ' s a r e a s o f endeavour. Those members
who wish t o r e s e r v e rooms f o r group meetings may
c o n t a c t D r . C h r i s Bayne.
Continued on page 1 0
Dr. Mmzfred C z i e s l a (NSF, Tokyo), Mrs. C a i f s l a , Mrs. K a r l
Mammorosch, a n d Dr. D. Heyneman a t a r e c e p t i o n g i v e n
by t h e ~ ~ a p a n e sheo s t s of t h e US-Japq Seminar on
(See s t o r y on page 3.)
Invertebrate Tisaue Culture.
INSTRUCTION
INFORMATION SERVICE
INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY
The Centre National de la Feckrche Scientifique Centre
de mamentation, 26, Pus Bayer, 75971 Paris, which, f o r
m v vears. has Eorovided a b s t r a c t s of i d s on a series
of biolcqi& a& m - b i o l o g i c a l subjects, is beginning a
new s w i c e , "WS e l e c t i ~Diffusion of Infonn3tion"
which w n s i s t s of the -ter
selecticn of references
r e l a t i n g to a specific subject c a l l e d "profile." These
Incluled in this issue of the N e w s l e t t e r is a
D i r e c t m y Of Courses of Instruction in Invertebrate
P a t h l o w . It is haped that additional respmses
to the y u e s t i o ~
circulated by m. :iaKshLlxqer
in the last issue w i l l be returned and that tnis
D i r e c t m y can,he updated on an annual o r biennial
basis. C ? l e s t m m a i ~ s w i l l be distributed w i o d i c a l l y
POST SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES I N CONJUNCTION
WITH THE AIBS ANNUAL MEETING, 17-22 AUGUST
By special arrangerent with AES, the follaving four
c u r s e s w i l l be given during the period 17 August
UWugh 23 August 1975, and m y he taken by ATBS
registrants f o r 1-2 credit haus f m the Oregon
S t a t e University or f o r audit:
-.
are p l b l i s M ten tines a year, and cmsist of a
variable n d x x of cards, each.describing a docunent
with every p x t h e n t biographical el€ment, the key
words, and mst of the t k , an abstract. Repmductions
of the o r i g i n a l clccmsnts described m the card can he
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by request.
StandKd Profiles, sauz meeting y w r r q i r a w n t s M
y
exist: e.g., Imert&rate P a t h l o g y is covered in Section
n:
340, MICKBIOLCGY, Kt-,
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Bot 507-Sminax. Flora and Plant Camunities of
Western Gregon, Prof. K. L. Chambers,
Oregon S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
ht. 516-Selected Topics in h t n m l o g y . Unique
Features of the Pacific Nortlm?st
Insect
Fauna, Prof. J. D. h t t i n , Oregon S t a t e
University
a.562--Select&
Topics in Microbiology. Infectious
Diseases of Fishes of the P a c i f i c Cmst,
Frofs. J. L. Fryer and R. E. OZson,
Oregon S k t e U n i v e r s i t y
20. 507--saninar.
Topics i n Northestern Ecology,
Prof. R. M. S t o m and ZooZogy f a c u l t y ,
Oregon S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
F.nrollment will be a t the follarring fees:
One hmx credit or a u d i t
$30.00
TWJ hour credit -- $54.00
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Idegistration and f e e s should be miled to:
Dr. Richard Dodge
AIBS Education D i v i s i o n
1402 Wilson BouZevard
&Zington, V i r g i n i a 22209 USA
Pdditi0tm.l details are available i n the Am5 Education
Feview, 4:1, Elarch 1975 o r f r a n Dr. Dodge.
B.
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07 Arthropodes vecteurs en general
09 Miamrganisns pathzqax~des Invertebres,
Aore p k p r e a& n
IsV I m I E
02 V i r u s de 1'e t des animam e t pathologie
wrreqmxknte and S e d i o n 360 BIANIKXE,
PHYSIOLCGIE m P m m DES P r n z C A I m s Er
DES
mvERmws m-
03 P a t h l o g i e des Invertehres
a ) Generalities
b) Patholcqie infectieuse
cl Parasitisne'
d j Action des imxiques des r a y o m t s (see
a l s o Section 320 BIcXHIMIE, BIOPHYSIQLE
AND Section 330 S C I E K S , V Q U E 5 ,
rnxImxue)
d ) Divers
Yearly subscription r a t e s f o r standKd p r o f i l e s are
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J e m R. A h s
Research h t o m o Z o u i s t
I n s e c t pathology inborntory
USDA, ARS
INSECT TISSUE CULTURh
irs 1975 Continuing Educauon P r c q r w ,
the W. Alton J o m s Cell Scienaz Center w i l l present a
course e n t i d e d "Inwrtehrate Cell and Organ Culture"
(Julv 28 - Ausust 1. 1975). This -an
is desisned
to Gu-cduce +cipmts
to basic~&hniques anda m l i c a t i o n s of hva-tebrate cell and organ culture.
Major a s i s w i l l be focused on laboratory sessions
d e s i d to w i d e exDerience in e s t a b l i s h i n s cell
and &an &tmes f r d n various invertebrates; irzludirag
siUrwonn, nuquito, wcknach, and marine. animals.
Technical application of primary a s well as established
cell lines to studv of invertebrate dnrsiolcrm. vimlaw.
.
.
genetics and devd&msntal biology &li he &-&sea.
In additim, the l a b r a t o r y exercises w i l l include
procedures for p b s e miuuscopy,
irmnumfluore~cence
-microscopy. a ~ ~ ~ a el- p h microsmpy,
~ ,
and
write:
karyatype analysis. For further inf-tion
As part of
Miss Marion Thomas
W. AZton Jones CeZZ Science Center
P.O. Box 631
Lake Placid, New York 12946 USA
Phone: 518/523-2427
DON'T FORGET YOUR DUES
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Back issues of the SIP Naysletter are available by
writing to the Newsletter Editor, Depar*ent o f
htornoZogy, Z735 Neil Avenue, CoZmbus, Ohio, 43220.
Copies of the Proceedings of the IV InterMtioMl
Collquiun
Due& Patblogy, 25-28 August 1970
rmv be
fran Dr. A.M. Heinpel f o r $10.00.
T n s r c t f l s h o l o a Research rfiboratom, Plant I n d u s t q
> t a t i o n , IJSDA, B e l t s v i l l e , Maryland, 20705, USA.
y
AUSTRALIAN APPLIED ENTOMOLOGICAL RESEARCH CONF
Mildura, Victoria, April, 1975
MEETINGS
U.S.-Ja~an Seminar on Invertebrate Tissue Culture
~ ~ ~ l i c a t i oin
n sFundamental Research
Tokyo, December 9-13, 1974
The application of invddrate tissue culture systens
to fmhnmtal research studies was the W i c discvssed
at a u.S.-Jawn seninar. spcnsored jointly by the NathMl
Science Fam3ation and the Japan Society for the Promtion
of Science, held in Tokyo December 9-13, 1974. A total
of 10 Americans and 10 Japanese participants as w 1 1 as
12 observers tcok part in the p d i n g s : 'Ihe U.S.
scientists and observers m e : Marion A. Bmoks
(university of h s o t a ) , Sonja M. Buddey (Yale
university), Jaws W. Fristran (University of California,
Berkeley), Donald Heynanan (University of California,
San Francisco), Edwin P. Marks (USW, Fargo, North Dakota),
A. H. mIntosh (Futgers University), John D. Paschke
(Purdue University), Imqene Schneider (Walter Reed
Army Hospital), Jmes L. Vaughn (USIIA, Beltsville) ,
R. H i n n n i (Bovce Thnwscm Institute).
. J. Kurtti
. . and
-~~ T
(Universlr; df MinneAw). Karl Marmrosch (Futgms
Vruverslty) and Soichi F&L& (Biolqiml L;tbsratoly,
Aichi M i c a 1 University) w e the omanizers for r.ke
prcgram and conduct of the seminar.
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Professor Ray F. Smith ard Dr. hldley Pinnock, toth Of the
University of California, Berkeley, ard about 100 local
delegates attended the Australian Ppplied htmulogical
Rese~chCnnference at Mildura, Victoria, in April 1975.
'lktlmw was "1ntga';ed iontrol," and PIofessor Smith
reassured the conference with his address entitled
"Inteqrated Control is Alive and Well."
Dr. Richard Milner of the C.S.I.R.O., Armidale, N.S.W.,
reviewed the subject of "Insect Pathogens." TIE role of
pathqens, particvlarly viruses in integrated control
systems where sanewhat l m levels of mortality are
tolerable,attracted considerable discussion.
Dr. Milner r e f e d to the problan of the sbrtage of
trained insect pathologists in Australia. Dr. Pinnock
will be helping to tackle this problan during his
sabbatical leave in Australia by conducting a residential
course on insect pathogens at t4mash University, Victoria,
later this year, and possibly at Queensland University
early next year.
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The diverse program included topics conwith
entnmlcgy, erdocrinology, genetics, plant pathology
and virology. M q m t e tine was prwided by the
organizers to discuss each topic after its presentation, a definite asset for those in attendance.
Molmal discvssions continued after the formal sessions
here mnpleted.
R. E. Teakle
Regional Correspondent
Continued on page 9
SUSTAINING MEMBERS
We are pleased to add to the list of Sustaining Members:
NutriZite Products Inc.
5600 Beach BouZeuard
Buena Park, CaZifornia 90620 USA
unprecdmted in seninaxs of this type in Japan was
the presence of 3 Pmzrican and 2 Japanese wnk?n
scientists.
PEOPLE
The organizers of the SBRinar are to be congratulated,
as bsth Japanese and U.S. scientists !ere unaninous in
their pt-mnference evaluation of the SBRinar as one
of the best they ever at-&.
BULLA NAMED TO AGRICULTURE SECRETARY'S YOUNG
EXECUTIVES COMEIITTEE
rn A. Bulla, Jr., head of Biological Research at the
U.S. Grain Marketing Research Center, Agricultural
Research Service, @ahattan, Kansas, was aminted
by Seaetary of AgTiculture Earl R. Butz to serve on
the Secretary's Y o u q Executives Camlittee. The
camittee is designed to brim3 together individuals
35 years of age or under to mrk on ~nerging issues
concern wflich are generated by
of de-tvriae
the Office of the Secretary, the agencies, and by
the Carmittee itself. In this m e r , it will serve
to bring additional insights and pers~ectivesto
The CnIInittee
deprbwntal problems and -*unities.
is chaired by Under Secretary J. Phil CaTbSll ~IXI
is stdying several areas that include agricultural
research, foreign research developrent, and rural
developrent. Dr. Bulla is on the submrmittee
analyzing research in the m
t
of agriculture.
mrican scientists visited the Mitsubishi-Kasel
Institute of Life Sciences in Tokyo and also spent
2 days sightseeing i
n Kyoto and vicinity as part of
their pt-conference activities.
John D. Paschke
SCHNEIDERMAN ELECTED TO NATIONAL ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES
Dr. H m d A. Skid-,
Professor of Biology;
Qlairman, I E w t of mvelopnental and Cell
Biology: Director, Center for Pathobiology; and
Dean, Schml of Biological Sciences, was one of
84 scientists recently electel to the National
Aczdemy of Sciences.
DR. J O m,
~
formerly of mlane University, has accepted
the position of leader, Shrimp Disease PKUjeb. w t u r e
Investigation, Galve stnn National Marine Fisheries Service
Laboratory, Galveston, Texas, USA.
Dr. H. Chino, Dr. K. Aizawa, Dr. N. Apui and Dr. Marion
Brooks (presenting a paper at the US-Japan Seminar].
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P R O G R A H
Vlllrn ANNUAL S I P MEETING
AUGUST 16 - 22, 1975
2:OD
EXICWIVE COUNCIL mETINC.
EEISIOK 3.
*RTHUR W. HEIWEL, presiding.
Sciences L s b o r a f o n Large Confermcr R o a .
~ : o o execvrrve comcrr, msnwc. mmm H.
Sciences L * b o r a t o n Lam'
(Diptera: Tabaoidae) and
YURTTI,
BOMln MRNIND. AUCUST $ 8
PLENARY S E S S ~ O N .
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C m L I B , E. L. and Y. I. B m K S .
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UII'HUL I. HBImEL, presiding.
n n i v p r r ~ r yOf celtfornia.
SMDOBB, B. D. an* C. O . ~ I W * RIR.
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by the S o E i E t Y
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infection by h e m a heii~thidis in the corn earnom.
H s l b t h i s re=.
W D m . b. P. m d H. CH**R*BOsTY, University of Xalyanl. Indla.
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9:bO
HISS. R. I.
and L. A . P U C O s .
Unfv~rsiry of California. Berlelpy. CA.
Cornpararive electron nieros~apeobseruarions af Lra nuclear eolyhedrosis
e n z p e s7"srgistie
2:bO
Untverslrr Park. PA.
S l a t e "ni"Pr.lfy.
J:OO
p o l 7 h e d m s i s vlius pratelns.
3:20
IPRILLO. R.
r.
m d J. D. POXXAITE.
h ~ I l t h Yrnd Nw-inferred >.r"a.
station, *"bum.
Exp.ri.ent
p*oreineof
a.
USD*. Northeastern Iolest
LWIS. L. C..
eaw.r<..ns
L. B.
LXWm
m. USDA,
l-we.
of fh. polyhedr.1
n.
IL.
I(a.o*.
effrcr
, ,
1
pl*c.d
Some h p e c t s of P L u 9 .
mrroducflon.
8.6
HEIMPEL, A . I.
Star.
Narih Clr0li.a
1:35
SPPADUE, V.
Bariiiua ephoericua an rh* honey b.~.
Of
P. L ~ Y .S Y I B ~ rtder*l rnatitute of i e c h n o l o g .
PL.
.r~rer..r
3:oo
i:&O
of so-
Uniu~relry of Illinois, U r b ~ n s1%.
*ff.rrlng
Ha"
2:OO
Of ao-
WmX.
11l1i10l.
8.n-
&.
IL.
Spore-hatching
Worth C-rolina Itst.
University,
2:ZO
2:40
Nassm h a z i u t h i d i a .
univerairy ai Pverro RiiO. Hsya$uPZ,
S o n rnlgu.ric
History Survey and
"'cro.poridi.
Unlveinlry of Callfornla.
C. 0 .
JR. a d 0 . TRICCIUII. Uniusrsify a i California,
Life hisrorr of Prasodontus ophodii (Neaaiodal, r
IHIBUIS. Y. and J. D. IODWAITE.
CT.
IBYICH. P. P.
EP*.
( c ~ ~ P o ~ ~ P ~ ~ I .
USDA, sorrheasrern Fore3C
Hisfopethalagieal e f f e c r e of the develop-
i n the $ypay oafh, y n x i n t t i o d i s p m (L.)
NarI.gmsetT,
Xi.
COnplraTlue hlslopaihola$y o f
of fhe
3:OO
k 10
access.
BRWNII. L. J . . D.
C. (ISBOWI and
B. L. SCHWWX.EL.
Unluerslfy and Clruelaod Clinlc Fanodailon. Clsusland..OH.
*BS ~ r e e s h ~ p p sLaboraiory.
r
Bozrman
zocuataa.
PS.
aewpipti.
cadmium poiaanlns in :""*.rebraLee.
NOBOrn.
11mm. J. E. USE&.
Dufky be
P-raaifie d e u e l o p ~ n tof Ths nematode, R # s s i m ~ r m i a nislaini,
ExpeiinEni Eraclon, ".den.
1. Y. .nd B. Y . S P m E L , Illinois NsCur.1
Elpt. srrrion. a*."..
emrrol of gru.hoppcre " l i h Nos.no
*:10
POINAB,
Berkel~y,CA.
#"earn apsriecl.
I l ~ ~ r - ~ ~ r nrelatianships
dre
i B S~ S ~~ ~ IS~TVIC.,
1L ~ t
~
i n ilr".r a* c u l o r p i p i m a .
us, maect.
campararive u1rraatrucrur=
BsDOYS. Y. I. and J . D. CaUiFOBD.
3:50
mom.
mmr oC Bkphmipil s c u t e l l a t o (R.-D.1
%leigh, LIC.
&:I5
H.
~
GILBERT 8 . P A W I Y , prssidlng
i n axen*- culture. S f l a & a
OTIBNO. W. A. and C. 0 . POINAE. JR.
B c d e l e y , CA.
ss.CESS.
1:li
C. and C. 0 .
r a c u l r a r i w parasicc of ~ p h o d i sf i r n e t a r i a
WOEEN, &.
~
Recent E"ld."C.
XWO.
Larval grmrh rer.rd."r
Nassnxi aperle..
2:II
Czoettidiun,
in Lhr
,:PO
genus of merosporidi..
L a b o r a t o q . D.i".v,l,e.
~
lhovld BceCZIu, yopiiiica mnd BnciZZvs i n n t i a o * r ,
PhysiaplChelosl and Hisropathalagy.
U I S , Belisrllle. W ,
Raleigh. WC.
D. W. an* E. I . WAD. "SD*,
,XIHOrn.
8e.e.rd
""i"Fr.iry.
of spar-a
i n rlssuc culture.
SESSION I .
Chesapeake Biological L a b o r a t a q , SolomonS. XO.
a hereragene.".
aasa.0,
2:10
I. BROOKS, USDA.
Y.
Arirans Scare University.
t h r SiP.
H. HEIrnEL. p r e a i d i n s .
*R'm"X
I:JO
Organiled by UAYNB U.
marospor,da O f
Agrlcul*urnl
U ,and Western Illinois UniucrliCp
TYCBOm.
r m ~ II.
. n. ."a a. a. m a s . usoh.
&:20
Concurrent Sessione 1. 6 , 7
Boerma:
"SOL.
l(orpbolog*r.l SrudiEa on Lh, d."elapn."r
Zurich, h-lf.crl.nd.
TUESDAY AmERNmN. AUGUST 19
symposium:
BEEOLE.
C. C.
and rara scare uniuerairy. her, I*.
Bec LabPIatDry.
ee~asam,n.-a.
6:oo
viruses.
BROOKS under the auap,ce. .f the Division en
ind
OLYIDSON. E. V . . H. HORWN M d S . SINGEX.
1:bO
Auburn University iigriev1tura1
B,orhe.,r*l
anribacrerial subrlmcPs
hypothenla of p.rhog.n*riry:
of B ~ t i Z l u apopi11iaa gr-
sEriroN 5 .
A
D e t e n i n a t i a of BotiIZu, t h u r i w i e m i s internafionml vnir rarios befuren
of Lynantmk d i s p m L.
""clear polyh.drssis
-
impraved
T r i c h o p l l e i o n i and O s l r i n i o n r b i k i i s .
Pree smlno r a i d s in Lhe hemlmph of
CIBULSPI, R. J. and 1. D. H U P E I .
,,:I0
proapeere of eroducin.
Poreslry S c i e n c ~ aLaborrrory. Corvallls, OR.
"SO*,
~ e r v ~ c eh.k e n y . I*,
af nuelc-r polyhcdroais virus proreha.
Experiment Station, H a d e n , CT.
Of
RECESS.
Unlreraily of Connecricur, SLorra, CT.
NORTON. P. V . and I. A. D I C U U I .
L1:TO
and
I" t r e e s lifectlng B a c i l l u s thiringiansia.
cornparism
of risevt culrurp and host d e r i v ~ dP a r t h a t t i n ILymmtriol d i s p a r nuclear
Croup specific .nfigcnleity
W S W V T . 8.
"ucr,rion-inh*bition
Uniuersify af Conne~iicur
D I W U A . R. b . , P. W. WORTON and Y . J. H C U R W .
LI:W
*grlrultural R~srarch
fomulaeiona of this nicrobial insecr%clde.
far insect uiruaea.
$torrs, CT. and Penn.yl".ni.
"So*.
T.
The BnaiZlu, thurin&ansie-6-~ndoCoxI1
of rrEInl de"rl.pmnt.
rev%-
RECESS.
.O:W
D W W G I , XOUULD
ServLc-, s r m s v i l l a . TX.
Uniu-nllfy of
T*U*D*. 1 . . S . MR*. 8 . H. OWL end R. T. HESI.
U.llfomi&. Berkeley. U, end 0s.k Unlversirp. T o y o n a k . Japan. b
10:20
ln",red s.p.r.
i:*o
viruses i n spDdaptam #=ism.
LO: DO
m.
mcroblal
scopic eow.ris0.
Of .n*ocytic
Clerel~nd S t a r e
Elecfran micro-
vacuoles i n d u c ~ d i n Teirahymw p y t i f o - s
by nonimme fluids and by a l b d n .
DISCUSIIO".
Continued on page 6
~
~
1
PROGRAM
Conernued from page 5
TESTER. P. A . and J . BAROSS.
3:60
C ~ ~ ~ C W W
irnnrn
F ~ S
CXENEY.
&:DO
P.
O.
naihbvn (
~
~
~ ~~ j i ~ d ~ h~ ) . ~
~
~
~
~
:
10:20
Tumors on coisla:
~
~
RECESS.
10: ' 0
iorrl, ilcrq-ora
of aiypica, gravrhs 'ram the .iler.rrlnian
an r v r i v a r i a n
J. A.
S H E W C H ~ and H. C. WIISLIR.
~
Uarhinglon, seaTrle, "A,
rhe ~ ~ l d e r
Univeirlfi a i Hauaii, Hila. HA.
s. L . ,
ISBOLD,
L0:OO
OR.
Orcgon S f a f e Uniurrsify, Corv.llla,
elo*ielefa" eroslo" 3"
1ncide"cP-i an* ellalog?
orwsn.
~
w..
D.
X. SWIRO
for plant lesearch,
on ~
IUilDAI IVENINC, AUCUSI I 9
mror.s.
~
~
6:OO
L:lO
W i D I l i O I I MORIIYC, IIu,;uST
DONALD
h W . ROBKEIS.
~
nodprarar.
~
~
1:oo
>LSSlUN
I.
inllllilR v S i n r r r
ilL.ru:.,.orida,
",I
i. I I P I R I ,
l"ilY
IXURSOAI ROIWINC, AUGUST 2 1
1 1 . 12
HPerlng.
SESSION ,I.
p'"lidine.
F
R
~ l i r r l > s ~ " y"i
y
9:.0
KrllsLc). o i
I"
I ~ X S M B A R < : V E.,-n
J . C.
"\ford,
8:lO
Elacrron
"D.
B.Lhlrhe.,
,::~:e?~di' i , , f e c r l a n r
CmseaetFaa
WACKIN. J . C.
ll:OO
A d bI U n i u e r r i t ) . , CaIlnpp Starion. I X .
i.rrrs
conrsL
The
,"
""Lurl.
IRIISIRONC.
0 . A.
dnd
D. Y.
A fungal
d*s.sre
c u r v i r nuyistrr, ."d
l i l u a " o i riir " u n l c n r s r
"Z'Ed
Califar,lia,
U U C ~ I A N A N . UDlvEisifl
OR.
1"
iu,,ga,
11:10
NYXLLI.
Uppsala.
Uniuerriry
r c n t h of r nlcron a i rhe rrayiiih eutlrle.
""'Frrorl
JR. m d C .
The i n r i i i e n e .
Btrkelry, C*.
n. riinus.
The
S T ,,:>,3nrcphia r p l .
y.
srsi~ox 10.
nviigr~
9.00
It-ER,
r u i l u r o ."d
BELL.
9:2a
~
i
8. A.
~
~
~
t
J.
V.
"ED*. * % r i r u l r u r r ~
l n s t i r u r ~cur Pld"E
on
of morqulroer
F
I
~
surviunl
thrcl
m;
Oelauan.
in a r r l i l r i d
~
~
~ ~ 5 .~
n. zuicrra
En"lronn~nr cnna*..
=na
u. o.
Halifax. Nova
Caffkenia and defense ~ ~ ~ h ~ " i is nr n
rhr
i lobbrer.
unspiclmue.
6 2 0
ti"OLDDLR,
J N I E S D. I U X Y L R , p r e i i , i i n e .
L. 1.. I. FORD. A . X. TANARE md H. M , s . wA?KIns.
Biolo%ical Liborarory, Oakland,
r ~"L*"rlal m a n y v i t alrrv.l
~
5 s " Olego. C*.
~
~
L
fun$ui enromonarhugenr.
Royce moiopioa
L
8:10
CA.
Naval
E L t e c i i u m c i r o f BnaiiLus rphoiticur as
cantral rgent:
'The ,"Ie
"i vlrirrianP
in
~nilrloiiial
.
flora in the lrrvalcnuironncnr.
POOLWAITE, 1. O. and R. C. REARDON.
Serilon,
Xsmden,
CT.
Nrrrhclnfern Farcat Experiment
V l r u n - p n r a r i t o i d r e l a t i o n s h i p s in
Iynanlrin diaper 1.
populrlinns.
warla l l e a l l h 0 r g m i r a t i o n ,
Naulr*. IIE.
& nar<oe Seruir.,
E~izooLialog). and Nicrnbiil Control.
flies.
service,
~ C ~ s
~
m d F. I. MIXFIIW.
Ileicnrrh, Yonkers,
Niseria; nna " n i u e r r * l g
P
~
imuns
Berkeley. C*.
ian
Olego Scare U"l"~r.iry.
SLSSION 1 2 .
me in u i t r o
"A.
d r v . l o p n ~ n r a* an obligrrely p a r i a x r i c
ROBERTS, D. Y.. D. N.
'c~ucll0"
i ~~ i m
~
~ yr.siliing.
. ! ~~ .
Fl.herie.
Canada.
,,ammw
( N ~ . ~ r ~ Syirui,dea)
d ~ ,
Univeriify a i l i a r h i n p c o n , S e , r r l e .
'?he e i i c r r o f oursid- tsmprraturer
Xa.iunr,
h ~MRIXALL
~
~ ,~
Univeisir). o i C a l i f o r n i a ,
I I E ~ J~. ~E . .~ J,. W. COPUVICX. 8 . ARLI, 8 .
-t c l i i i n m i a ,
i n f r r l l n % mriinf i n u e r r e b r d r e s .
_
SCH*PILO, H. C.
L1:30
I t r impo1rance i o
uniuerizrr
crnn.
and crabs To nemnrads p a r a s s t e a .
o f ann.l'd3
PATIUUN.
o.
"ni"*irirg.
some r i . c o l o g i r a ~ ~ b ~ e r v a r i a n an
a the
Hemocyree and p h a $ D T y f O ~ l iin th- h r l c a n lobster, Horirw wrricanui.
illrri.
PDINAR, C.
=n* ""rrlrian.
i a a t Trnnraiee Scat.
CUtirII.
~~h~~~~ city, TN.
POINAR. C. 0 . .
I
poirlblr rhc.,ral
surden.
X.
oicapus v n ~ r sbody
rerpm"ges
11:oo
U I L S T A R . T. n d I..
":20
E.
Oauln. C A . ' ~ : RECESS'
~ ~
inboraXorp
treaLmc"t.
b
Rolen o f W t i l u b CorubFua an*
i" d r i e n r e
L. R . *"d
of i l e d i e i n e ,
hrhrvior
of ''n*"pll"mi~~
oyrtei..
an4 oreSon Cam* commirsion, cor"sill.,
1. 5 . i . i N G r n d i. IAVASU. Hsrlne Research L l b o n T ~ r y .
giya
blaod
CUWDLN.
9:,0
RECESS.
I0:iO
7..
f a r the davble role
Chlamydia ini?rrionr
Ulrrasrruirurc nf thm ChLcmldiila and rn i n r p e r i n p
11.
"lcrairrucluiil e"*donc.
d e i E n r e an* n u r r l r i a n .
*IDI~"ICL:
CannPitirut, Noank. CT.
Univeriliy
lia..hineran DC, m d W F S , Oxinid. im.
3"
IENC. S .
9:05
of Tumors
."*
Biaehe.ica,
PA.
phngoryTOliS
RrgisLry
L n r l i l " t p f o r Pafhobiologp. ,.*high M l u o r s i ~ p ,
CHYNC, i. C.
8:31
m r s , o x r a i d , MD,
V. O r I O
Cnllfornia, Blhoal af Sedirlne,
CooPCR, E. L.. Unluorrify
intradurtlm.
Lo* A n s e l e r . "A.
si*ni"n).
s . c . cilnac.
I. C. CiiiNC ind 5 .
i. C . .
by JOSEPR L. SIMON. U n i u ~ r s l f lrf South
nopidus.
Sri"icc,
i n l l l r r r n n i m a l r , X . i r , , i n ~ L u n OC.
organi.rd
Snriefy
rhc society
~
EUWlN L . COOPER. presiding.
Plurida.
A
I , > ~ i , i ~ ~ ,' ,~ i, i l l ~ b u l l a nmd i,istnpgtllOlOiy.
lnvrr hnimilr.
in r l r m r .
8
Tlmmnrr
IIhRlllllhXZLR.
in
LO:x
v.,
I.
clans.
,o:oo
N r l l o n r l Rarine i'iri,rrlri
m.
Oxford.
i v i r c r t o n s i n n y r r r r i (r'r.a;i'rti.ca
"ir8,.
3.
0110,
.
c
Y
Nltinnal Marille i i i l l r . r i r b Srruiir,
d i s c a s l l o f t h e b l u e e r . i b , CniLii:rrfrr
p ~ i i h l cuir:zl
9:?0
.
?.
O
parhologY.
Arransed by L ~ cAm.r,can
zoalosy
~
and ca-rponrored
~
i by
~ nlvirion~ of inuelrebratc
~
f o r ~~~~~~~b~~~~
S
Invertebrate Imunology.
sympo51un:
of ~
Al.BERT K. SPAm5, prriiilin$.
Civrricaanr.
O h c n r ~ roi i l a l l l , r i s .md
9:04
d
IiiFORAAL mETINCE.
cvnevrrsnr ses\,on.
DiVi~i""
~
*n.EIWOON. *"GUST 2 0
20
Canrurrenl S r r i i v n i 8 , 9 . 10
3.
Boy=* Thompson
~ r m r hof CaaZomawc.8 in
b u ~ i yPark
SAL>ION 8AWECUE.
Sliil,lN
L
Canada.
~
and 1. M. CASILLLO.
ronksrs, NY.
ULDNCSDAY
Uniue==lW of
~ S~
t a r l. m .~ ~ - teh b =
h i d s * . *lb-rr*.
~in ~~ o a~ l r ~
m q ai s eiyeoro~horoe.
i ~ i r
-
.
innrlruir
~
Popularlo"
continue* on page 7
by Y#rarrhiiia i*rmisopiiaa.
6
~
PROGRAM
Continued f r m paqe 6
11CCAUCHFI. Y. H. and L. A. XIUSINCER.
9;OO
FRIDAY IlOflNINC. AUGUST 2 2
USDA, Agricultural R ~ S ~ l l c h
Srvdipa W i t h Bocillue thuringi#nei# for srevenring
W.
s e r v i c e , "Snharra..
SPISLDN 1 5 .
Conrrlbured
inmu,,oln.y. TIICIms C . CIIhYC.
in
InveriPbrale
iniesrarions i n stored grain.
presiding.
9:20
UWER. I. D. and L. * B R * H U ( I O N .
Auburn Unlvcinirp, Auburn. *L, and
9:OO
USD*.
Faresf serr,ce, *r,anr..
FAIRENS,
8 . . ",
ar0uNl rind i. SFrNLrn.
irn
oleso. i r n
r71ukiiirr
Pairoro sffecring c o n r r o l of farcsr L."t
CA.
C*.
O'rgo,
Induc-d proraioan i m u n i r y i n
imrbrio r n " L i L 0 "
N i t h special reirrrnce
~ ~ f ~ ~ ~ l lu ilr ha crrsm r e i a l BacilLus thuringiensis preparationo.
ro Taimhumarui
Dur.ifu,mir.
.
..
.
P:20
SMITH, A . C .
Xaurii BiaWarlne. Honolulu,
I O V P l c e b r B c e s fOI .CSl""&?hll~
9:10
CXLNC, I.
C.
PI.
Lnrrcri"nn
SESSION L1.
Irnvrrrebrare Inmunalo%y.
Symposium:
Arransed by rhe American S o e i e r g
10:20
Patholo.y.
iiorida.
organrzr* by JOSEP" L .
SWOW,
U n i v e r r i l y of South
RLC)BKDS,
Queens Unluerslcy, Vinaaron.
CWLDWICK, J . S .
Induclian
1:50
md
FIrrriar ~ . c , , ~ , , ~ s ~ sinr.rr
Oliferenrer bctvzpn
Ontnrlo, Canada.
i",m",>irg.
hoac rcrpansrs .grlnic
insect
",rrr.rruClur.l
relccianl
i
:
'
0
.t,,dler
IIPPL,
.elanarlc
I.ahor.iinry
Prr.,iltir
~
Tactors
f
i
Di-rr.,r..
Allinnrl
l i i l i f r x Labrrrloiy, iilhrrlen d
canada, X ~ I L ~ ~xvvr
X . srotir, clnrda.
wIrrine
A.
2.
rumor
I r a t e Univpi.iry
iormntian
in
"^"sophiin
w.
NF" Y a r X . O,.c%o.
by t h C "r.p
P'idr,rD
rvpprFSlian
I..,~ii~uy."<Lo
m.
ComPrrrLlue
1,:io
HOOVCR,
HD.
in
D~craphln.
I(..
i. ROSAIN
neaivielnenr
F. B . BANG.
pha8acyrir
J"h"E
ivncrian
1 i ~ ~ X i " Uniur,.itY,
S
in
oi*3aaa, "lrh "lr"a inicir*"".
RECESS
,:lo
MDEPSON,
R.
Danald S . Walkcr Llboratory, Sloan-Yclrrrlng
I.
I n r I i r u t , for cmr.r
Rerearch. R Y I .
i " " ~ ~ l ~ b r e r.aeraphl$cl
e
1:,0
BAYNE, C .
IF(.
niarhemisrri
m*
phi.riolo%Y
Of
ABSTRACTS
in uitm.
1. orrg0n
CZECHOSLOVAKACADEMY
s l a t e U"i"~,,'t).,
OF
SCIENCES
Insect Pathology Group
~ i b l i c e , Cxechoslovakla. December 1 9 7 4
Coruallir, 0%. *npecci of
incerna, defense in cunicai.s.
1:oo
eIIULLY.
Uarhingtm,
C. 8 .
cruirare.m.
i:,o
sumary
SEISLDN 14.
l i r i h l n $ l o n Cooperrflue rlrheries ""if, l l n i v e r r i r y
S e a r r l e , Y*.
Waiklng
*~~.~arlro
necha.lirm.
Of m n i l u b c s
0'
and
rhome O f 'i.hes.
and Con"lurion..
8.
L. COOPER
C r o u ~m the S a i ~ f yo f Kirroblal Coocrol b%enta.
MRSXALL
UIm. p"sldlng.
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, " " i f ~ d Paper.
R I C X r n , S M L I.
M i ~ r o b l a lpesr eontiol agente
2:DO
invited Paper.
Yashio$ten. DC.
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Can f m g i
ENCLE8. RETO.
ms Upjohn campmi,Xrlrmrz*r. %I
LC1
Enulronmsnxal Protection Agency.
The safety of microbial p a r r control a g m i i :
Beyond r h l
bac"loviruien.
2:30
in%iitlltor
~ h E~ m n tR o i iC r i~r B~ C l i V i c y in Yir,.n&ilo:o,.io
!r'chei
OLlleea,
"L hernocyra ~ran,iarmarlonr d"rin8 rsllvlsr immune
Lum"ragcnrSir
."d
to rr..".l"de
induced enhanirmmf o f Lhs phrgncltir c a n c i l ) . n i t h e lobster I d w t c n r s lirr.iuur,a)
parrritoids W i t h eneharis
s t a r e Univernlry ai New
NMII. A . J .
U. Xoapc.
PATLRSON. U. D. and J . E. STEWART,
11:20
on the ~ ~ r ~ r l r Cordiochiiss
a l d
niyriaips.
2:20
C. 5 .
Marine seruiie, cnVironmenr
T o x r s A & H Uniucrrily. College I f r t l o n . I X .
YLNiON, I. B.
Uniuririty
C.
giahrata.
Il:OD
1:10
Faundrrian,
Acquired ipeiliie r r i , i r r n r e
in R<ll,>ialai.;a yl&."ala.
af Healrh, B e r i l r r d a , MD.
L. COOPEX, ~ r ~ r l d i n g .
EDWIN
C*.
RFCFSE.
P o a l o g i r c r . Division of 1""~rrebirte iaolrgy r n d ' ~ - S p o n r r r ~ dby the sorierg I 0 : i U
for
phrpncyrnri. i n
Of
C a l i r n m i r . s m Frlnr'sea.
Concurrent S ~ r r i a n s 1 3 . I I
I r a r r h among marine
I n s t i r l r t e for P i t L a h l o L o ~ y . l c h i i h Uniucrally. B-lhlriiem,
requ*remencr
I.,?.. Y. J . and O . X L I N F P U N .
10:OO
21
IHURSD*I AIIEXNOON, &"C"SI
i"ei%Y
H*.
,,.cf"l inm e d i c a l rerarrih.
continuid on Fage B
DISCUSSION.
7
(ca~~inus
ABSTRACTS
Continued from page 7
INFECTIONS
A N D SEASONAL VARIATION IN COELOEIYCIDIUW
OF BLACK FLY I.ARYAE
J. weime7, inetiti(ta of mtamlogy, czechoszouak Acodew of Sciences,
w p e , Czechoslouakia
TOXICITY OF EIGHT BACTERIAL PREPARATIONS OF 8. THURINGIE!ISIS FOR REGIONAL
PLANT PtS1.S
J . Vankova, institute of Dltomlog#, Czechoslouah Academy of Science,
m w e , Cnechoslouakio
A LOCAL
~ i g h ravailable preparations containing 8.rhuringiensis ( ~ a t h u r i n - - c s s x ;
B i f o s k i b r c i i l i n , Dendrabacillir.. E k i o f o k s i n , t n f o h k r e r i n , Insektin, and
Toxobakterin--USSR: and Oioel--USA) were tested far camvararive t o x i c i t v
The seasonal dirtrirmrio" of B pathogens
in
lociiity "irh a year-,ound
odaemia ornara and tusimulium 1aripes.
. .
was
"
s t u d i e d for
subsequent
population of
one pest, h u t less for another. The Bathurin prepiratianuasmosf toxic
after is y r a . storage. Results vere calculated afrer application of the
p~eparitiunsi n 1% spray and evaluation a f t e r 7 and 11l d a y s .
1.6% of the present larval population, with a normal infestation of only
"-year
0.5 - 18. l""idence i
~
~
~
t from
~ year
~ tor year,
~ with
~
peak in October. Incidence
peaks in April, the end of June and the
of the infection is lou in December through March.
F o r larvae of t h e housefly the most efficient preparationswere those with
a high exotoxin content (Eksotoksin, ioxobakrerin, Bitoksibacillin).
~ath~rin,
does not prodvre the thermostable exoroxin,had m 8 0 %
mortality.
resting sporangia, of C. Bimulii are nor the obligarvry
Thick-walled
sfage in t h e cycle of development of t h e fungus. They appea~if the end of
bur orherblack tlylarvae ~ i t hspherical thick-walled
rh.
..........Orr"hcF
c y s t s vece present in Mrch.
.
soviet workers report that
8 . thorin8iensis
have optimum activity in areis to "hi& t h e y are climrrically adapted
Ithe toxiciry of t h e endofoxin is increased under local temperatures).
This optimum adaptation must be considered in programs of application
.
Infected larvae
Yearly differences in the infection rare are n e g l i g i b l e .
no infection of adults emerging fmm
d i e d betore p u p a ~ and
iosthere
pupae c a n e c r e d an plantiin the locality sfudied.
of bacterial strains for Derf confrol.
TWO INTERESTING STRUCTURES I N THE KEROZOITES OF THE NEOGRtGARINC FARINOCYSTIS
z
TRIBOLII, WEISER
. m ~ ~ ~ .
tf ihltomology,
t ~ t ~czochoslovok Acoriem~ of Sciences,
*eaue.
Crcchnslovokia
.
~
rhe ultrasrurcrure
developmental stager of the ~eogregarine
7arino~ystii
Weiser 1 4 1 3 , in infected lobes of the fat body of
casreneum
conducted.
The "ateria1 "as fixed
~t h e flour
F berrle
~ rribalium
~
with e l u t a r a l d e h y d e m o s m i c f t i d a i r e r Millonig and S a b r i n a and embedded
in vestoaai w. contrasting of *he s e c r i a n s "as accomplished with urany1
lead ~irrareafter ~einolds.
srl,dies
cultivation media of the entomophagous fungus B
~ bassiini
~
~ two~
p'ofeolyfic
enzymes "ith pH optima of 5 and 8 which are assaciafed with t h e
toxic activity oi the fungus. The activity of bath enzimes was rested
qualifafively on purified cuticles of Galleria mellonella by s t a i n i n s
*he
comaonenrs. and auanritativelv.
. .bv. usin. the ~ieldahltest
add e t e m i n a t i o n of amino-nitrogen a f t e r expsoure of t h e c u t i c l e to
separate concentrated enzymes.
m,
A" ~ ~ d ~ ~ c ~ .
roiral
i b a dstruorure in t h e "erinvclear m a c e and transversal
membranal septum af free meroroire. u a i observed. The osmiophilic spiral
siruclure is "00 nm long and 30 nm braad, and appears w i t h contrast after
l p a d imorernarian.
~t is between both sheets of the nuclear membrane
which forms a well-expanded perinuc1ear space. I" some cases what were
b e l i e v e d to be develapmenral stages a f t h e srructure were observed, which
aaoear as narrow rontrastinr lines in the aerinuc1ear soace on the mica1
p a l e of the nucleus, close to t h e Colgi apparatus
.
..
ARIIIICIAL 7NPECI.IDNS Di 71ii SCALE COCCllS HESPERIDUM WITH THE FUNGI
VERTlCILLIUX LtCANII AND ASPLRGILLUS CANDIDUS
A. Samsinakova i n d m ~ a l a l o v a ,I n ~ t ~ t ~ t e t i h t o m o l o gCrechoslo~ak
y,
ilcodemy of
Sciences, R a g u e , Caechnslouahia
i h e rransversal memhranal septum is formed across t h e body of the merozoire
in the second third of its length, behind the nucleus. The membrane has
rua layers, splits a* the ends, does "at proceed ta the ruriace, and ends
Free in the cytoplasm.
The strain of "erricillium 1ecani used in the experiments was isolated from
infected Lecinium corni. iiyphae resulting from four days of submerse
Both structures are p r e s e n t only i n this stage oi meroraifes and do
fernenfatian
diorinocuiation of a solid .ranulitea iarhnhvdrrif.
, - ~ - ~ ~
not reappear i n any iurrher stage of t h e development of t h e neogregarine
medium. ~ t e r
3 - u weeks a r ?PC.
-he u-i~-sporuiilted mass
in
The iunrrion, origin, and further development of the s t r u c t u l e 3 i n the
l f r i e n r medium d i d n o t exceed
body ai t h i s parasite are nor known. iinalogous structures do nor appear
in the ulrrisrructure of orher prafaroi or metaraa.
The cvnidial d u s r produced w a s applied as a concenrrate or i n 1 0 % dilution
i n talcum. Greenhouse citcus r r e e i , h a v i l y infested with a d u l t and larval
CHANCES OF ENZYME MARCRLS DURING HICROSPORIOIN INFECTION
coccus,herperidum, were dusted with bath concentratians Of "erticillium
M. ~ : c - r . , and J. iipiser, Institute of F n t o m o l o ~ , Czechoslovok Acadew of
l e c a n u which caused 8s to 100% mortaliry oi the scales within 3 - u
vereuse
~
~~~
sciences,
Asperirillus candidul cultivated under T h e same conditions a p p l i e d virh t h e
same tecnhique in parallel d u s r i n g s caused momalify i n t h e same h i e h r a n g e
INCREASE OF PATHOCENICTTY OF CONIDIOBOLUS CORDNITUS FOR THE TERMITES
COPTUTCRIIES FORNOSANUS AND RfiICULITERWES LUCIFUCUS
R. Ysejzova, Institute of Entornolog#, Csechoszouak Acedew of sciences,
An a t t e m p t was made to enhance the virulence of a '"ngus
rhroveh t h e method
of preculriviition on an insect host.. E. strain of conidiobol~scaranatus
(Costanfin) Srinivasen et Thirumalachar was preculfivated on i
w
x
Of termites, coptotermes farmasanus (ihiriki! and Rericulirernes luciiugus
(Rassi), or on larvae of Callcria mellonella L. The p a r h o g e n i c i r ~
miginal strain as well a F x X Z f o f r a e r e i s o l acultures
ted
was then tested
a n the rwo species ai termites w h i c h were infected by rimed
t h e experimental specimens r o conidia dinrharged by c u l t u r e a of tile
fungus on caagulared epi: yolk.
-
91% of C . formaianus and 10
-
and
I" infected animals activity difference. as well as q u a l i t a t i v e changes
of the enzme comalax
complex are amrrent.
aaorrent. Thus The ratio of
af LO" isacnrvmes and
..
75% of
...
latter were precvlrivared on C. formosan~s,one on rha larvae
Caechoalouakia
Lactate dahydrogenase (LOH! and glutamate dehydrogenase 1610") activity
in larvae infected by Nasemi heferosparumwere studied. The specific
activity of LDH and ClDH in normal 1,,."ae
reached i t s maximum two days
a i r e r the l a s t molt. In infected larvae LDH and ClDH show different
activity campared nor only fa cvnrrols bur also to each other. The LO"
activity of t h e g u t r i s e r above that of normal larvae by 1668, the ClOH
activity decreases fa US%. but both the dehvdronenases follow the
*ague, Cacchoslovukia
The original sfrain k i l l e d 30
*ape,
increase in enzyme activity as alanine aninoirinsierare, phosphatase
protease w a s observed i n t h e gut and fat body of Barathra brassicae
(Lrpidopfera) inferred by Norema plodiae.
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I
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.
h. . . : .
n ._ .. . : . Y .. I I .. .
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I
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.
.
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22 ;,
;
i
.
8':
to c h a n g e , in controlanimals
control animals the ~m = 4 . 2
in diseasen animals
t h e Ym d e c r e i s P r almost to hili.
The Km of other enzymes is under
investigation.
investigation
isolated *ram C. iomosanus, I from C. mellonella. R e i s a l a t e
preculrivated an R. lucifu~usdid not ~
h a w hancedpirhogenicity
~ n
in
any of the t w o t e r m i t e s p e c i e s i n v e s t i ~ a r ~ d .
NLOPLtCTANA JINICKiI I N AN O U T B E A K Oi THE SAliLY CLPHALEIA ABILTIS I N
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
J. wriier,
rnstitute of mtomozogy, crechoszovak ~~~d~~~
sciences,
h p e , Caechaslouokia
These results s h o w t h a r the rate ai p a t h o q e n i c i t y and virulence oi
fh" fungal strain may depend an its ~reculrivafionin same iivin~
organisms. The enhancemenr of pathogenicity for C. iar.mosanus and
R. luciiunus by precultivafian has been achieved % a b o u r h n p h a l i oi
the reiroiares. Neverfheliss, there o c c u r r e d also reisolate5 i a i e
pathogenicity could nor be increased by precultivation on i n s ~ ~ r ;
Two major 10°F-laaring outbreaks of the European F a l s e spruce uebworm,
invesiigated for disease. One l o c a l i t y , a large
area i n t h e Jeseniky mountains, was without any infection a i hibernating
C e p i i l e ia abieris, vere
-
Continued on page S
8
I
I
MEETINGS
continue* f r o m page 3
CONFERENCE ON PATHOBIOLOGY OF INYERTEBRilTE VECTORS OF DISEASE,
The New Y o r X Academy of Sciences. Harch 17-11, 1 9 7 5
me UnfUnfUnf on Pattnbralagy of -*te
-rs
of Dlrss
--lei
by the Nzw ruL A x h v of Sclenes vder tk ~
~
P
m. L. a. mla d m. T. C.
he -m
mishad -1tk SIP NaslereaI IJmm,, IP751 rndicaied tk
of tk Mierenoe
Yhrdl r - t e
DUlopns ul-s.
Ur effof
p h t dagents on vlwr..
tk pathlbloiogy of n m - M
a
t
e
.
,
a d m l l u p p u ~ i t einterctlors. mi.
tk
-.
eff-
Of
pa-
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m w
of -ate=
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-
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vectm.
an oppcrtwv'9
vl* d d enof trtItIL3" vMsrmrslol
of this tranmursrcn. Gr
for imwteiaate patk7lcqiSts to enter into dl-sicn
*
lag*
d paradtolcqi~rson
*ration
Of pathogen. "I&
-rs
Kd
Of t k i"PTk"t
mntk S l g u f i c ~ c eOf Uravlrwarlan t r m m i s s i m
or D
Me winof MBti-rs
vl -8.
It is
wldenlden fmm tk resvlts Of tk &sa,s.uns
t k t r n d r v b l s vlUl a plnvy
m-st
ul -ate
mi~mbrolagyw drav
a luqe Mavltof b.
re"tat1m by parparito1mists wto have imastigatsd Ur questtc.,
Of ",%inof -ate
pafhogens in *tiOf -tors
WhUl r e m u - k t s Of
paarr. mt m
as
Of tk epimotiology Of diseases
in "M.The s e s i m m tie w a r d *Yd days of tk -m
&id
tk bst-auue.
wstiaT
-ally
kt-sVod
@.
in"erkkate m3'za!,iolcqists
ara pathllagists. S e = i m m"=emkq -1,
-s
of huran d i m = , d rwct
Of plant d r w . Lxmolwd a
-ter
m = k r of r m t r l b l r l a r s in f-1
pres+sntatlOu a d in diwussiols
by paVlolaglats. in antrasi vr* sessuns m tk fir* day vhen "e3i-1
enVllD104LStS Kd WasitolcqlSts cere tk W u r i p I l discussarts. 1
m n r r l M i a r s mniemvq t k
of imartebate e
.
to pathcgens
Of hulans, am in re=to C h l l W ~
by wteria1r injinto tk
M C t O T S . pmvlded m ~
~
i for rall y
m t k anito
ldentrf* queskiols
tk pI.thology or upmr. diswned matk
first sessim.
lead-gray ra b~0rni.h Earnpared With s e e n or orange
I,,f.~fed nymphs
he*
nirnph..
The inrerior of iniecfed nnnphr is filled xirh s-eniih
dense jelly
thousandr
invzsiue larue, "ith some adult
and ienn,..
. me "hole lMrs contain. only one bacterium which smxr
well on arriiieial media. minrenance of e"lruren of rhe nemafod. 0"
alleria
.ellanella larvae is diifi~"l*. There is a
herween
5 .d"icXii ."d iree-li"ing Tylenchid. which invade dead inlectn v i r h
*
--
A M C A L AND SEASONIL YlRIlrION IW mRIIIIHIO INFECTIONS OF BLlCI rLIES
J. i." .
,
r
rn.tit.t.
of mtam,o~#, Carch"eLouaX doadm# of Sciine=s.
P m g u s , Czechoslo".Xia
I,, one laealiiy xirh a year
M a i a ornara and Eurimli
-*
-
*or marnithid. , The iirsr visible
seasonal di.rriburion war
i " f ~ ~ f i appeared
~"~
durinp July. "hid, war the pea!. oi The season. I"
August
and sepre"ber, the iniecvion deereared an* a "Iy a iex infecfed
A
larvae
in Dcfober.
-ST
of the year.
There was no m e m i f h i d infection durinl rhs
r s quire l o r . berxeen 0.1 and 8 . 9 % of
The infection
in all
the lnrual popularian, xirh a peak in the lasf larval insrar of 10 - 60%
*f The lasr larvae.
in number "ar
~ i f hany va~iarion
W p Y L i c i w t s did D D ~atd tk tm
allow
f"
tkir piesen-*xere available to O t h K e
L
m.tholcqi.ts
al
cu,.,.enr
ol. with mefeo?ological factorr. Thi. ~ ~ ~ S o ndi.triburion
.emithidr
in "fher areas; * . I . . Canada, dttenduq t h -uq.
m -11.
Or. oxis Baw,
-other.,
iron The ye.r-mund occurence
a forrmlrmtr~burirnas part of tk lest sesuon of tk -m.
mere.,a# ma coincidence Of r h i r iniecriOn W i t horher i n i e c t i o n r
u.s..
in T h e black ilypopularianr ob.eruel.
.John ariaos
of
differ.
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FIRST WORXSHOP ON THE PATHOLMiY AND TOXICOLOGY OF PEN-ID
.salveston Texas. li~ril 8-10. 1975
."~
SHRIMP,
1.
.
pmpa4a"cn of shrurp,
Wr*siop
-lty
of k a u y mtalr and nr-Oo"l-,
shr*,
d tk himpaMlq, of shrlnp
xl*
and tinsuer.
The iniect4tic*.uhen dissecred,burrf "irh he.olimpb
Those were filled with oval spores r .16 pn and therefore not rsduce)
by if&~"~fi~". italned &iter RabiW". f W dirtincr nuclei aqpdrea
inside the .porei,
eomobararing the generic diagnosis.
-*
putm&
tk
m-
s " s b z i s on Urn
a d Phialology of
to heavy -1s.
&mi"ak.
d vliectrav d-
"
'lu 3,mr.u.:
&
%
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n l rr,; wrr+
ur.. : t r "",rld:Xl;.l.ar).
mu,.uc,w
m r e m , : . r rr. T,.,c:ny
uo ru.r
C1 L*,, , M l , n . . u , y .,.,rqr,,
P-'*C".'C
,f Sh,#.,> u,
m: :,r f :MI w.r>,.,:.m-mr
ti%.
m . r r '%-r'.J*
r?. m4 - % . l a c . i ' l aw ;I^l.r:,
n*,s
m.,yr.l m -n
n 3,:: * . , , . . m . ;rur,c,purr L 1 i . d x. Ihu,-.-.n
L r n Yr i.uer.ir).
si --rrclw
PlrmiW. m.,,c,,,"r. m-,.
"M r'rvnl: WBr4" . 3.x,rc.,y
q.ml
n.-urzn 7" .hrl,-,
:LLc.
!or
LC n*", w&.rrP:.r .n r* .r,
=
.-,
.
disease germs a.ong
erclunive blood ruckerr,by cannibalisti
tranr.isrian
by i"rmducfie" ^i spore material " i f h *"ear on the Burface Of
attach,
The skin of the host, or finally by over-The-egg f r a n m i # s i O n .
.
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r d r r m . cf dl%,.
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PREPIPATIOI Or I N n C I I Y E SPORES OF NOSEll CISTROIDEIE TOR INFECTIONS OF
LEPTIWOTARPA DECEBLINtATA
of h t m i o m , CmacbeZauaX hadm of S c i - p a ,
m e , Czr~hoaZovaXia
1. Hosrounsky, InoLiNi.
of rhe Colorado
beetle ~ i f hN.sema anrroideae
Mue .horn rhar thin .icraaporidan har a ~~l.fi".l~
h i @ pafhoaenc*
early " m f a l i f y in *he new hart. Th. shorn time barween i n i e c r i o n and death
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V I I I t h ANNUAL MEETING
Continued from page 1
Dr. Ann Cali
Department o f Zoology and Physiology
Rxtgers W i v e r s i t y
Boyden HaZl, 195 University Avenue
Newark, New Jersey USA
REMINDER
Airline reservations to the VIIIth Annual Meeting
should be made to -,
Oregon rather than to
Portland since it is closer to the Oregon State
University campus.
If you cannot attend the Workshop, hut would like to have
your material presented, please forward it to Dr. Cali.
CORRECTION
The address given in the Newsletter VII:2, March 1975,
for registration and housing information for members
outside the U.S. was incorrect. The correct address is:
WORKSHOP ON MOLLUSCAN PATHOLOGY
September 3-5, 1975, Middle A t l a n t i c C o a s t a l
F i s h e r i e s C e n t e r , Oxford, Maryland, USA
Ann F. Kulback
AIRS, 1402 WiZson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22209 USA
I n v i m of the recent and exciting developrents in
molluscan pathology, especially neoplasia, the Cannittee
on Animl Wdels and Genetic Stocks, National &search
Council, National Acadeny of Sciences has decided to
sFonsor a Wrkshop on Mlluscan Pathology as it relates
to a t n o r n l growth.
Enclosed in this Newsletter are registration and housing
forms for foreign members. U.S. members who have not
received these forms by mail from AIBS will find
them in BioScience, March 1975, 11,889-192.
Registration materials must be returned to AIBS
by July 18 to avoid late registration charges.
Dr. Dante Scarpelli, University of Kansas Medical Center,
is the prcqram organizer and chaimnn of the s-ing
a n n i t t e e , w h i c h is mnposed of Drs. John C. Harshbqer,
Smithsmian Institution: Clyde J. Dahe, Natimal Cancer
Institute; C. Austin Farlev. National Marine Fisheries
Service; and George ~agaki;.Arrned Forces Irlstitute of
Pathology. The w r k s b p w i l l he held on September 3, 4,
and 5. 1975. and is to be hosted bv ~ a t i o m Oceanic
i
and
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i c
Fisheries Center, W o r d Iatoratory, using n-by
conference f a c i l i t i e s genemusly arranged f o r by the
Wye Institute in Wye Mills, Wxylard.
NEW DIVISION
Because of the increasing interest (as evidenced by
the large .mmber of papers at this year's annual
meeting) in paxhological phenomena and cellular
responses of non-insect invertebrates, it seems
appropriate to consider forming a Division of the
Society that is concerned with shellfish-molluscs and
crustaceans cellular defense mechanisms and cellular
proliferation. Therefore, Dr. Mix is calling a
meeting on Wednesday afternoon, August 20, 1975, for
those interested in forming such a Division. For
those who are interested but will be unable to
attend the meeting in Corvallis, please feel free
to write or call Dr. Mix who will relay suggestions
and comnents to those attending the meeting.
A variety of lesions i n mllusks are to be r e v i d and
discussed, f o l l d by a similar treatmmt of neoplasm
and related disorders i n hoth mllusks and oCher
animals. It is b p d that the conparative approach
to be used in the m r k s b p w i l l further the understanding
of neoplastic lesions in mllusks and also help clarify
problems mncernitag their c l a s s i f i c a t i m and raanwclature.
PROGRAM CO-CHAIRMEN:
Insect Pathology
Dr. Mauro E. Martimoni
Forestry Sciences kzb
3200 Jefferson Way
C o m a l l i s , Oregon 97331
(5031 752-4212
Pathology of Invertebrates
Other than Insects
C r . Michael C. Mix
Department of General Science
&egon State (miversity
C o w a l l i s , Oregon 97331
1503) 754-1151
Several investigators have teen invited to present
m l e s of specific diseases i n research areas where
they are the mst blededpeble. I n a further e f f o r t
to a s s i s t o t t e r participants in the workshop, these
individuals have k e n asked to send the Snithsanian
Instituticm slides of each lesion, or s u f f i c i e n t h e t
m t e r i a l so they can be prepare3 before the wrksp.
Limited availabilitv of &croscopes, bench SME,
and
histolajic preparat&ms has neceis&ly restricted the
n h r of workshop participants. However, those who
wuld like to be invited to the hvrkshop as obsenws
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS:
Dr. Christopher J. Bayne
Department o f Zoology
Oregon State (miversity
CorvaZZis, Orwon 97331
USA
are
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to wntact:
Dr. Aaron RosenfieM
Oxford Laboratory
Oxford, ~ a r ~ l a n 21654
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MICROSPORIDA WORKSHOP
Contributions to a Microsporida Workshop to be held at the
VIIIth Annual Meeting are invited. Such contributions may
include photographic materials, light microscope slides,
electron micrographs, posters, charts, or projector slides.
The Workshop will cover a broad distribution of microsporida,
but will emphasize the lesser-known n;crosporidan genera.
Students engaged in microsporidan research are encouraged to
participate. The Workshop will provide an opportunity for
discussion and resolution of questions encountered in current
research.
To make arrargements for participation in the Workshop and
for space and equipment contact:
10
SIP b m J
Beatrice A. Weaver, Editor
C / O Department o f Entomology
The Ohio State (miversity
1735 NeiZ Avenue
Colirmbus, Ohio 43220 USA
Published i n January, March, June, September,
and November by the Society for Invertebmte
Pathology. Deadline for su6missions t o t h e
Newsletter is the 15th o f the preceding month.
USA
DIRECTORY OF COURSES OF Ir!STRLICTION
I N INVERTEBRATE PAT!iOLOGY*
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"This D i r e c t o r y h a s been compiled from t h e r e p l i e s r e c e i v e d t o t h e q u e s t i o n n a i r e
p r e p a r e d by D r Harshbarger
Dr Harshbarger would a p p r e c i a t e r e c e i v i n g
q u e s t i o n n a i r e s f o r t h o s e c o u r s e s n o t i n c l u d e d h e r e s o t h a t t h e y may be l i s t e d
i n f u t u r e summaries .
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D O M I N I C A N REPUBLIC
1. I n t r o d u c t i o n t o Pathobiology o f F i s h and S h e l l f i s h
Scope:
Level:
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
Comments :
I n t r o d u c t i o n t o d i s e a s e problems i n f i s h and s h e l l f i s h of c o a s t a l
and e s t u a r i n e w a t e r s , i n c l u d i n g t h o s e r e l a t i n g t o water p o l l u t i o n .
undergraduate
S t u d e n t s who a r e p r e s e n t l y i n t r a i n i n g i n b i o l o g y a t t h e u n i v e r s i t y
l e v e l , a s w e l l a s q u a l i f i e d non-matriculated s t u d e n t s a r e e l i g i b l e .
Sophie Jakowska
Centro de I n v e s t i g a c i o n e s de Biologia Marina (CIBIMA)
Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
T h i s i s t h e f i r s t t i m e t h e c o u r s e w i l l be o f f e r e d .
It i s given
under a Performance Contract o f t h e O r g a n i z a t i o n o f American S t a t e s
a s p a r t o f t h e M u l t i n a t i o n a l Program i n Marine S c i e n c e s i n t h e
Dominican Republic. The programs a r e p r e p a r e d i n c o n s u l t a t i o n w i t h
D r s . Sindermann and Rosenfield o f t h e N a t i o n a l Marine F i s h e r i e s S e r v i c e .
ENGLAND
2. A g r i c u l t u r a l Zoology
Scope :
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructors:
Institution:
Address :
Comments :
The b i o l o g y , economic importance and management o f t h e animal l i f e
f o r which a g r i c u l t u r a l ecosystems a r e a h a b i t a t . T h i s i n c l u d e s t h e
b i o l o g y and epidemiology o f t h e d i s e a s e s o f i n s e c t p e s t s .
B.Sc. honors program
Two, o r p r e f e r a b l y t h r e e , advanced l e v e l p a s s e s i n s c i e n c e s u b j e c t s ,
one o f which must be c h e m i s t r y , o f t h e B r i t i s h General C e r t i f i c a t e
o f Education, o r a n e q u i v a l e n t q u a l i f i c a t i o n .
D r . A. Ibbotson, D r . W. J. S. Kershaw, D r . M. L. L u f f , and D r . B. J . Selman
Department o f A g r i c u l t u r a l Zoology
U n i v e r s i t y o f Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU, England
I n v e r t e b r a t e pathology forms a n i n t e g r a l p a r t o f t h e c o u r s e i n
A g r i c u l t u r a l Zoology and i s t a u g h t a g a i n s t a background o f g e n e r a l
a g r i c u l t u r e . A g r i c u l t u r a l microbiology may be s t u d i e d as a s u b s i d i a r y
c o u r s e i n a d d i t i o n t o t h e i n v e r t e b r a t e pathology i n A g r i c u l t u r a l Zoology.
ISRAEL
3 . D i s e a s e s o f I n v e r t e b r a t e P e s t s o f Crops
Scope :
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructors:
Institution:
Address :
Comments :
Diseases of i n s e c t and nematode p e s t s caused by f u n g i , v i r u s e s ,
b a c t e r i a , and nematodes. L e c t u r e s and l a b o r a t o r y s e s s i o n s .
Graduate
I n t r o d u c t o r y P l a n t Pathology, I n t r o d u c t o r y Entomology
D r . I. Harpaz, D r . R. Kenneth, Dr. E. Cohn
F a c u l t y o f A g r i c u l t u r e , Hebrew U n i v e r s i t y o f Jerusalem
P.O. Box 1 2 , Rehovot, I s r a e l
Given f o r t h e f i r s t t i m e , Spring 1975.
UNITED STATES
CALIFORNIA
4. I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 140)
Scope :
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructors:
Institution :
Address:
5 u n i t s ( 4 l e c t u r e s and 1 l a b o r a t o r y p e r week). General p r i n c i p l e s of
i n s e c t pathology and i n s e c t microbiology; i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s o f i n s e c t s ;
epizootiology, microbial control.
Upper d i v i s i o n undergraduate and g r a d u a t e
General Entomology, Entomology 100 and a t l e a s t one c o u r s e i n a
microbiological science.
Y. Tanada and G. 0. Poinar
U n i v e r s i t y o f C a l i f o r n i a , Berkeley
Department o f Entomological S c i e n c e s , Berkeley, C a l i f o r n i a , 94720, USA
5. Advanced I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 240)
Scope :
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
3 u n i t s (2 l e c t u r e s and 1 l a b o r a t o r y p e r week, o f f e r e d odd-numbered y e a r s ) .
Advanced and r e c e n t c o n s i d e r a t i o n s o f i n f e c t i o u s and n o n - i n f e c t i o u s
diseases of insects.
R e s t r i c t e d t o f o u r s t u d e n t s , mainly i n s e c t pathology majors
Entomology 140
Y. Tanada
U n i v e r s i t y o f C a l i f o r n i a , Berkeley
Department o f Entomological S c i e n c e s , Berkeley, C a l i f o r n i a , 94720, USA
6 . C o n t r o l Methods i n P e s t Management--Biological and Microbial Agents
Scope:
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructors:
Institution:
Address :
B i o l o g i c a l c o n t r o l i n p e s t management; t e c h n i q u e s f o r u s e o f p a r a s i t e s ,
p r e d a t o r s , and pathogens a g a i n s t p e s t s ; advantages and l i m i t a t i o n s .
Third-year undergraduate
B a s i c c o u r s e s i n p e s t management, entomology and microbiology
D r s . C a l t a g i r o n e , Falcon, Schroth
U n i v e r s i t y o f C a l i f o r n i a , Berkeley
Department o f Entomological S c i e n c e s , Berkeley, C a l i f o r n i a , 94720, USA
7. I n s e c t Pathology
Scope :
Level:
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
Pathogenic microbes, f u n g i and nematodes o f i n s e c t s and a n e v a l u a t i o n
o f t h e i r c o n t r o l p o t e n t i a l ( o f f e r e d every two y e a r s ) .
Upper-division undergraduate
General Zoology, General Entomology, I n t r o d u c t o r y Microbiology recommended
F. E. S c h r e i b e r
C a l i f o r n i a S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y , Fresno
Department o f Biology, Fresno, C a l i f o r n i a , 93740, USA
8. I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 231) and Seminar i n I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 257)
9.
P r i n c i p l e s o f g e n e r a l i n s e c t pathology and microbiology; d e t a i l e d s t u d y
Scope :
o f n o n - i n f e c t i o u s and i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s o f i n s e c t s , d i a g n o s i s ,
e p i z o o t i o l o g y , physiopathology, and t h e use of m i c r o b i a l
agents i n the control of insect pests.
Graduate (Entomology 231 i s open t o q u a l i f i e d undergraduates)
Level :
P r e r e q u i s i t e s : Entomology 100 and a t l e a s t one c o u r s e i n microbiology o r permission of
instructor
B. A. F e d e r i c i and I . M. Hall
Instructors:
Institution:
University of C a l i f o r n i a , Riverside
Department o f Entomology, R i v e r s i d e , C a l i f o r n i a , 92502, USA
Address :
S p e c i a l Problems ( D i r e c t e d S t u d i e s ) a r e a l s o a v a i l a b l e f o r both
Comments :
undergraduate and g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s .
CONNECTICUT
10. Pathobiology of I n v e r t e b r a t e s
Scope :
Level:
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address:
A s t u d y of t h e i n v e r t e b r a t e h o s t r e s p o n s e e l i c i t e d by n a t u r a l and
experimental i n f e c t i o n s .
Graduate
Permission of i n s t r u c t o r
S. Y. Feng
B i o l o g i c a l S c i e n c e s Group, U n i v e r s i t y of Connecticut
S t o r r s , Connecticut, 06268, USA
IOWA
11. I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 673)
Scope :
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
P r i n c i p l e s o f i n s e c t pathology and microbiology; i n f e c t i o u s and
n o n - i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s o f i n s e c t s ; d i a g n o s i s , p r e v e n t i o n , and use
of entomogenous pathogens i n i n s e c t p o p u l a t i o n management.
Graduate
General Entomology and a c o u r s e i n m i c r o b i a l s c i e n c e
Clayton Beegle
Iowa S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
Department of Entomology
Ames, Iowa, 50010, USA
KENTUCKY
12. I n s R t Pathology (Entomology 626)
Scope :
Level:
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
P r i n c i p l e s o f i n s e c t pathology r e l a t e d t o t h e e t i o l o g y ,
p a t h o g e n e s i s , g r o s s pathology, h i s t o p a t h o l o g y , and e p i z o o t i o l o g y
o f i n s e c t d i s e a s e s , w i t h emphasis on i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s caused by
occluded v i r u s e s , b a c t e r i a , f u n g i , and protozoans.
Graduate
Permission of i n s t r u c t o r
Gerald L. Nordin
U n i v e r s i t y of Kentucky, Department of Entomology
Lexington, Kentucky, 40506, USA
MARYLAND
1 3 . I n v e r t e b r a t e Pathology (Entomology 462)
Scope :
Level:
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
Comments :
Two 1-hour l e c t u r e s and one 3-hour l a b o r a t o r y p e r week.
A survey o f i n v e r t e b r a t e pathogens.
Advanced undergraduate and g r a d u a t e
One semester of microbiology and one semester of i n s e c t physiology o r
permission of i n s t r u c t o r
C h a r l e s F. R e i c h e l d e r f e r
U n i v e r s i t y of Maryland
Department of Entomology, College Park, Maryland, 20742, USA
T h i s c o u r s e i s designed t o f a m i l i a r i z e t h e s t u d e n t w i t h t h e b e s t
known i n v e r t e b r a t e pathogens and w i t h l a b o r a t o r y t e c h n i q u e s which
a r e u s e f u l t o t h e i n v e r t e b r a t e p a t h o l o g i s t . Volumes I and I1 of
I n s e c t Diseases, e d i t e d by George E. Cantwell, a r e supplemented
w i t h r e a d i n g s from c u r r e n t i s s u e s o f t h e J o u r n a l o f I n v e r t e b r a t e
Patholoev.
MINNESOTA
14. I n s e c t Microbiology o r Symbiology and I n v e r t e b r a t e Pathology
Scope:
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution:
Address :
Comments :
The r a n g e o f m u t u a l i s t i c a s s o c i a t i o n s , i n s e c t s / s y m b i o t e s ; t h e groups o f
pathogens o f i n s e c t s ; and some l a b o r a t o r y work w i t h microtechnique,
v i r u s f e e d i n g , b a c t e r i a l LD50 e t c .
Advanced g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s majoring i n entomology, zoology, p l a n t
pathology, microbiology, o r similar a r e a s
F i r s t y e a r g r a d u a t e c o u r s e work i n entomology and p r e f e r a b l y some
g r a d u a t e work i n microbiology
Marion A. Brooks-Wallace
U n i v e r s i t y o f Minnesota
Department o f Entomology, F i s h e r i e s , and W i l d l i f e
U n i v e r s i t y o f Minnesota, S t . P a u l , Minnesota, 55108, USA
I now t e a c h a l o w e r - l e v e l g r a d u a t e c o u r s e which c o v e r s embryology and
development. I would l i k e t o change b o t h t h i s and t h e above c o u r s e
i n o r d e r t o add a t h i r d c o u r s e a s f o l l o w s :
1. Embryology and Symbiology
Growth and Post-embryonic Development and A r t i f i c i a l Rearing
2.
3. Pathology, i n c l u d i n g m i c r o b i a l a s w e l l a s n u t r i t i o n a l
MISSISSIPPI
1 5 . I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 8453)
Scope:
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructor :
Institution :
Address :
16.
A t h r e e - c r e d i t c o u r s e w i t h two l e c t u r e s and two h o u r s i n t h e l a b o r a t o r y ,
o f f e r e d i n t h e f a l l . A s t u d y o f abnormal c o n d i t i o n s among i n s e c t s a s
caused by n o n - i n f e c t i o u s and i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s . A survey of t h e
p h y s i c a l , mechanical, chemical p h y s i o l o g i c a l , and g e n e t i c n o n - i n f e c t i o u s
d i s e a s e s . The r e l a t i o n s h i p between microorganisms and i n s e c t s is s t u d i e d
and d i s e a s e s caused by b a c t e r i a , f u n g i , p r o t o z o a , nematodes, and v i r u s e s
a r e examined i n d e t a i l .
Graduate
General Microbiology
P e t e r P. Sikorowski
Mississippi S t a t e University
Department o f Entomology, P.O. Drawer EM
M i s s i s s i p p i S t a t e , M i s s i s s i p p i , 39762, USA
P a r a s i t e s o f Marine Animals
Scope:
Level :
Prerequisites:
Instructor:
Institution :
Address :
Comments :
A s t u d y o f t h e p a r a s i t e s of marine a n i m a l s w i t h emphasis on morphology,
taxonomy, l i f e h i s t o r y , and h o s t - p a r a s i t e r e l a t i o n s h i p s .
Graduate o r undergraduate
General p a r a s i t o l o g y o r permission o f i n s t r u c t o r .
D r . Robin M. O v e r s t r e e t
Gulf Coast Research Laboratory
P.O. Box AG, Ocean S p r i n g s , M i s s i s s i p p i , 39564, USA
Six-week c o u r s e t a u g h t e v e r y o t h e r summer d u r i n g even y e a r s
( s i x semester hours).
NEW YOFX
1 7 . I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 453)
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A survey of d i s e a s e s caused by v i r u s e s , b a c t e r i a ( i n c l u d i n g
R i c k e t t s i a e and s p i r o c h e t e s ) , f u n g i and p r o t o z o a n s , w i t h emphasis on
p a t h o g e n e s i s , p a t h o l o g i e s , and epidemiology; t h e r o l e o f m i c r o b i a l d i s e a s e
i n n a t u r a l and a p p l i e d c o n t r o l .
Upper d i v i s i o n undergraduate and g r a d u a t e
Entomology, microbiology and permission o f i n s t r u c t o r
John P. Krarner
Cornell University
I t h a c a , New York, 14850, USA
1 8 . Problems i n I n v e r t e b r a t e Pathology
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S e l e c t e d t o p i c s f o r d i s c u s s i o n , l i t e r a t u r e ( c u r r e n t ) s t u d y , and a
l a b o r a t o r y r e s e a r c h problem
S e n i o r - l e v e l undergraduate and g r a d u a t e
Permission of i n s t r u c t o r
A . J. Nappi
S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y o f New York
Oswego, New York, 13125, USA
NORTH CAROLINA
1 9 . I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 520)
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Three c r e d i t hours. A t r e a t m e n t of t h e n o n - i n f e c t i o u s and i n f e c t i o u s
d i s e a s e s o f i n s e c t s , t h e e t i o l o g i c a l a g e n t s and i n f e c t i o u s p r o c e s s e s
i n v o l v e d , immunological r e s p o n s e s , and a p p l i c a t i o n s .
Graduate
I n t r o d u c t o r y entomology and microbiology
Wayne M . Brooks
North Carolina S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
Department o f Entomology, Raleigh, North C a r o l i n a , 27607, USA
I n a d d i t i o n t o r e g u l a r l y scheduled l a b s , s t u d e n t s a r e r e q u i r e d t o
p a r t i c i p a t e i n a s p e c i a l problem o f a r e s e a r c h n a t u r e , t h e r e s u l t s of
which a r e p r e s e n t e d o r a l l y as w e l l a s i n manuscript s t y l e . (Offered
d u r i n g s p r i n g semester o f odd numbered y e a r s . )
OHIO
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I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 741)
S p e c i a l Topics i n I n v e r t e b r a t e Pathology (Entomology 796.10)
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Entomology 741 i s a g e n e r a l i n t r o d u c t i o n t o i n s e c t pathology. Both
c o u r s e s cover t h e t r e a t m e n t o f i n f e c t i o u s and n o n - i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s
of i n v e r t e b r a t e s , with p a r t i c u l a r emphasis on i n s e c t s .
Advanced undergraduate and graduate
I n t r o d u c t o r y Microbiology f o r 741;and Entomology 741 o r permission
of i n s t r u c t o r f o r 796.10
W . F. Hink (Ent. 741)
W. F. Hink, G. R. S t a i r s , and J. D . Briggs ( E n t . 796.10)
The Ohio S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
Department o f Entomology, Columbus, Ohio, 43210, USA
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PENNSYLVANIA
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I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 536)
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T h e o r e t i c a l and p r a c t i c a l a s p e c t s concerning t h e d i s e a s e s o f b e n e f i c i a l
and harmful i n s e c t s .
Graduate
I n t r o d u c t o r y microbiology
Dr. W i l l i a m G. Yendol
The Pennsylvania S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
Entomology Department, U n i v e r s i t y Park, Pennsylvania, 16801, USA
Graduate r e s e a r c h program i n i n s e c t pathology i s a l s o o f f e r e d f o r
i n t e r e s t e d i n d i v i d u a l s . Research: p r i n c i p a l l y i n b a c t e r i a l , f u n g a l
and v i r u s pathogens.
PUERTO R I C O
23. I n s e c t Pathology
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Non-infectious d i s e a s e s , a s w e l l a s i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s o f i n s e c t s .
Graduate
General Microbiology, General Entomology
Goro Kuno
U n i v e r s i t y o f P u e r t o Rico a t Mayaguez
Entomological Research Laboratory, Mayaguez, P u e r t o Rico, 00706, USA
T r o p i c a l i n s e c t s as e x p e r i m e n t a l animals a r e emphasized i n l a b s e s s i o n s .
WASHINGTON
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I n v e r t e b r a t e Pathology
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I n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e s and n o n - i n f e c t i o u s d i s e a s e p r o c e s s e s i n
i n v e r t e b r a t e s o f a l l phyla.
Upper d i v i s i o n undergraduate and g r a d u a t e
I n v e r t e b r a t e zoology and i n t r o d u c t o r y microbiology
Dr. G i l b e r t Pauley and D r . Marsha Landolt
U n i v e r s i t y o f Washington
College o f F i s h e r i e s , S e a t t l e , Washington;98195. USA
WISCONSIN
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I n s e c t Pathology (Entomology 710)
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I n s e c t - m i c r o b i a l a s s o c i a t i o n s , p a r t i c u l a r l y pathogenic ( r a n g i n g from
The c o u r s e i s based
chance contamination t o o b l i g a t e p a t h o g e n i c i t y ) .
on l a b o r a t o r y s t u d i e s . Proof o f p a t h o g e n i c i t y (Koch's P o s t u l a t e s )
and q u a n t i t a t i o n o f normal v. d i s e a s e s t a t e s from t h e s t a n d p o i n t o f
t h e e n t i r e a s s o c i a t i o n a s w e l l a s on t h e c e l l u l a r and s u b c e l l u l a r l e v e l
a r e stressed.
Graduate
Microbiology o r permission o f i n s t r u c t o r
G. Mallory Boush and H. C. Coppel
U n i v e r s i t y o f Wisconsin
Department o f Entomology, 237 R u s s e l l Laboratory
Madison, Wisconsin, 53706, USA
Q U E S T I O N N A I R E
To a s s i s t us i n answering i n q u i r i e s from prospective students of I n v e r t e b r a t e
Pathology would you please send the following course information t o John C .
Harshbarger, S e c r e t a r y , SIP, National Museum of Natural History, Room W216-A,
Smithsonian I n s t i t u t i o n , Washington, D.C.,
included i n a f u t u r e SIP NEWSLETPER.
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20560.
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