Ecological Interactions and Biological Control

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About the Contributors

Neil A. Anderson is professor in the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, where he studies mycology and the genetics of plant pathogens.

Franz Bigler is a research entomologist at the Swiss Federal Research Station for Agronomy in Zurich, Switzerland, where he studies biological control and quality control of Trichogramma wasps.

Fabio Cerutti is now at the Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft in Bern, Switzerland.

Robert L. De Haan is assistant professor in the Biology Department at Dordt College in Sioux, Iowa.

Eric C. Eckwall is a Ph.D. student in the Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Pathobiology Program at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul.

Nancy J. Ehlke is associate professor in the Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, where she studies weed control.

Linda A. Gilkeson is in the Pesticide Management Branch at British Columbia Environment in Victoria, where she promotes IPM programs and alternatives to pesticides.

Robert M. Goodman is professor in the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Jo Handelsman is professor in the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where she studies the molecular ecology of beneficial bacteria, including potential biocontrol agents and nitrogen fixers.

Peter Harris has studied and implemented classical biocontrol of weeds in Canada and is now at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Research Centre in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Ann C. Kennedy is a soil scientist in the Land Management and Water Conservation Unit of USDA, ARS at Washington State University in Pullman, where she is investigating the role of soil microorganisms in sustainable agriculture.

Linda L. Kinkel is associate professor in the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, where she studies the epidemiology and ecology of plant- associated microbes.

Timothy J. Kurtti is professor in the Department of Entomology at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, where he studies insect pathology and medical entomology.

Abdelaziz Lagnaoui is an entomologist at the International Potato Center in Lima, Peru.

Kurt J. Leonard is director of the USDA, ARS Cereal Rust Lab at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, where he conducts research on the genetics and population dynamics of cereal rust diseases.

W. Joe Lewis is research entomologist at the USDA, ARS laboratory in Tifton, Georgia, where he conducts research on insect behavior, learning, semiochemicals, and parasitoid-host relations.

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