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Where Have All the Insects Gone? The Recent Decline of Pests in Wheat: Research on Tap

Over the past 25 years, three factors have interacted and resulted in a decline of insect pests in wheat: climate change; new strategies in wheat breeding; and the conservation of beneficial insects.…

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Identifying Fall ArmyWorms in Your Lawn

Eric Rebek, Professor of Entomology and Plant Pathology at OSU, gives us insight about all the little worms we're seeing eat up our turfgrass this time of year. These little guys are Spodoptera…

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From First Generation College Student to Doctor

While her mother didn't have an opportunity to attend college, she made sure her daughters did. Hear from first generation college student Dr. Erin Stayton--veterinarian and second year resident…

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Noble Research Center: A 21st Century Building

The three part building with signature slanted glass windows changed the look of the Oklahoma State University campus. It also united the Department of Animal Science, Department of Entomology &…

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Invasive Species: Stink Bug

OkState Extension Entomologist Eric Rebek explains why the brown marmorated stink bug is an invasive species.

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Juliet Ellison, Niblack Research Scholar 2012-13

Listen to undergraduate student researcher Juliet Ellison talk about her research on the signaling pathways within the ovaries of rats.

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Colby Gregg, Niblack Research Scholar 2012-13

Listen to undergraduate student researcher Colby Gregg discuss his research on aquatic invertebrate populations and water quality.

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Entomology/Insect Adventure: Inside OSU

Oklahoma State (OSU) President Burns Hargis explores the world of bugs at Insect Adventure.

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