Jeremy McNeilWestern Science

Recent Theses

Privit Sphinx Larva


De La Pava, N. 2016. The effect of Bt resistance on the response of fall armyworm males to the female sex pheromone. Vicosa, Brazil (Co-directed with E. Lima).

Rehermann, G. 2016. Pheromone biology of Mythimna adultera. (co-directed with Dr.
A. Gonzales at University of the Republic, Uruguay)

Simkovic, V. 2016. Nestmate recognition in termites from different geographic sites (Co-directed with G. Thompson).

Bohorquez Ruiz, Y. L. 2016. Evaluating the interaction between buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum (Polygonaceae) and wireworm Agriotes sputator (Linnaeus) (Coleoptera: Elateridae). (Co-directed with I. Scott).

Favell, G. 2016. RNAi approaches to study pesticide resistance in Colorado potato beetle. (Co-directed with C. Donly).

Chen, E. 2017. Effects of diet on susceptibility of cabbage looper caterpillars to viral infection. (Co-directed with Cam Donly).

Laur, W. 2017. Relative attraction of the cabbage looper moth (Trichoplusia ni (Hübner)) to wild-type and transgenic tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.). (Co-directed with I. Scott).

Doward, K. 2018.Using stable isotopes to study migration in armyworm (Co-direction with K. Hobson).

Parvizi, A. 2019. The relative importance of larval and adult nutrition in the isotopic profile of the spermatophore produced by the male true armyworm moth (Mythimna unipuncta) (Haworth).


Konopka, J. 2019. Competition in parasitoids of the brown marmorated stink bug. (Co-direction with T. Gariepy, Ag. Canada).