Research Interests Tags/Keywords: entomology

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Virginia Emery

Biology Researcher and Educator, PhD Candidate

Email: vj.emery@berkeley.edu

Website(s): My Linked In Profile   

Research Group(s):   

Research Description

Evolution of social behaviours and colony function

I am interested in the evolution of complex social behaviours in ants, particularly in ant-ant associations. My research focuses on chemical, genetic and behavioural aspects of ant nesting interactions,…[read more]

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Gordon Frankie

Professor

Email: gwfrankie@berkeley.edu

Office: 315 Wellman Hall

Phone: 510-642-0973

Fax: 510-643-5438

Website(s): Urban Bee Gardens   

Office Hours: By Appointment

Research Interests

Urban entomology

Research Description

The research focus in my lab is on the behavioral ecology and community organization of solitary bee species in selected environments in California and Costa Rica. During the past 21 years we have been documenting…[read more]

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Claire Kremen

Professor

Email: ckremen@berkeley.edu

Office: 217 Wellman Hall

Phone: 510-643-6339

Website(s): Kremen Lab Group   

Research Group(s):   

Office Hours: Fri, 2-3 PM; Updated 08/25/2011

Research Interests

Conservation Biology, entomology

Research Description

As a conservation biologist, I seek mechanisms for slowing or preventing the loss of biodiversity, which is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. Estimates of the magnitude of species…[read more]

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Nicholas J. Mills

Professor

Email: nmills@berkeley.edu

Office: 310 Wellman Hall

Phone: 510-642-1711

Website(s): Mills Lab   

Research Group(s):   

Office Hours: By Appointment

Research Interests

Invasive species, Biological control, Population ecology, Entomology/Insect biology

Research Description

The focus of my research group is the biological control of insect pests and the ecology of insect parasitism and predation. Classical biological control has an outstanding history of success in the sustained regional control…[read more]

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