Autumn 2022 Publications & Courses

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Bold indicates current department member or student. *Indicates former PhD/MS student; post-doc; visiting scholar; or undergraduate, advised by CFAES Department of Entomology faculty.

  1. Austin, M.W., Tripodi, A.D., Strange, J.P., Dunlap, A.S. 2022. Bumble bees exhibit body size clines across an urban gradient despite low genetic differentiation. Scientific Reports 4166. doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-08093-4

  2. Christman, M.E., Spears, L.R., Strange J.P., Pearse, W.D., Burchfield, E.K., Ramirez, R.A. 2022. Land cover and climate drive shifts in Bombus assemblage composition. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 339. doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2022.108113

  3. Devlin, J.J., Unfried, L., Lecheta, M.C., McCabe, E.A., Gantz, J.D., Kawarasaki, Y., Elnitsky, M.A., Hotaling, S., Michel, A.P., Convey, P., Hayward, S.A.L., Teet, N.M. 2022. Simulated winter warming negatively impacts survival of Antarctica's only endemic insect, Functional Ecology 36, 8: 1949-1960. doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.14089  

  4. Gardiner, M.M., Roy, H.E. The role of community science in Entomology. 2022.  Annual Review of Entomology 67: 437-456. doi.org/10.1146/annurev-ento-072121-075258  

  5. Lin, C.-H., Suresh, S.*, Matcham, E.*, Monagan, P.*, Curtis, H.* Richardson, R. T.*, Johnson, R.M. 2022. Soybean is a common nectar source for honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in a Midwestern agricultural landscape. Journal of Economic Entomology. doi.org/10.1093/jee/toac140

  6. McMinn-Sauder, H., Lin, C.-H, Eaton, T., Johnson, M. 2022. A comparison of springtime pollen and nectar foraging in honey bees kept in urban and agricultural environments. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 6: 825137. doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2022.825137

  7. Naranjo, S.E., Cañas, L., Ellsworth, P.C. 2022. Mortality dynamics of a polyphagous invasive herbivore reveal clues in its agroecosystem success. Pest Management Science 78: 3988-4005.

  8. Oliveira, N.C., Phelan, P.L., Labate, C.A., Cônsoli, F.L. 2022. Non-targeted metabolomics reveals differences in the gut metabolic profile of the fall armyworm strains when feeding different food sources. J Insect Physiol. 139:104400.

  9. Peffers, C., Meuti, M.E., 2022. Characterizing the relative abundance of circadian transcription factors in diapausing and nondiapausing Northern house mosquitoes. Journal of Insect Physiology, p.104404.

  10. Perry KI, Riley C*, Fan F, Radl J, Herms DA, Gardiner MM. 2022. The value of hybrid and non‐native ash for the conservation of ash specialists is limited following late stages of emerald ash borer invasion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 24: 355-370. Doi.org/10.1111/afe.12499.

  11. Pham, M.A., Scott, S.B., Fyie, L.R., Gardiner, M.M. 2022. Sustainable landscaping programs in the United States and their potential to encourage conservation and support ecosystem services. Urban Ecosystems 25: 1481-1490. doi.org/10.1007/s11252-022-01241-8

  12. Riley, C.B.*, Raupp, Fite, M.K., Gardiner, M.M. 2022. Woody plant biodiversity explains pest management interventions in residential landscapes. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 67: 127439. doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2021.127439

  13. Rowe, G., Hagadorn, M.A., Lindsay, T-T.T., Malfi, R., Williams, N.M., Strange, J.P. Chapter 20 - Production of bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) for pollination and research, Editor(s): Juan A. Morales-Ramos, M. Guadalupe Rojas, David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Mass Production of Beneficial Organisms (Second Edition), Academic Press, 2023, Pages 559-579, ISBN 9780128221068. doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-822106-8.00004-X

  14. Scott, S.B., Sivakoff, F.S., Gardiner, M.M. 2022. Environmentally relevant concentrations of heavy metals diminishes bumble bee colony growth. Urban Ecosystems 25: 989-997. doi.org/10.1007/s11252-022-01206-x

  15. Siperstein A., Marzec S., Fritz M.L., Holzapfel C.M., Bradshaw W.E., Armbruster P.A. and Meuti M.E., 2022. Conserved molecular pathways underlying biting in two divergent mosquito genera. Evolutionary Applications15(5), pp.878-890.

Courses Taught by Entomology Faculty

Carol Anelli
ENTMLGY 2400H Evaluating Evidence in Biology and Medicine, 3 units (6 students)
ENTMLGY 6501 Mentored Teaching in Entomology, 1-3 units (1 student)

Luis Cañas
ENTMLGY 5610 Greenhouse Plant Health and Pest Management, 3 units (18 students)
ENTMLGY 6193 Individual Studies, 1-6 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 students)
ENTMLGY 8998 Research in Entomology, PhD Pre-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)

Mary Gardiner
ENTMLGY 8998 Research in Entomology, PhD Pre-Candidacy, 1–16 units (2 students)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (3 students)

Norman Johnson
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)

Reed Johnson
ENTMLGY 4999H Honors Research with Distinction, 1–5 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 5800 Pesticide Science, 3 units (21 students), co-taught with Ashley Leach
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8800 Research and Training Seminar, 1 unit (6 students)
ENTMLGY 8998 Research in Entomology, PhD Pre-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)

Ellen Klinger
ENTMLGY 2101 Pests, Plagues, Pollinators, and Poisons: Insects in Human Affairs, 3 units (80 students)
ENTMLGY 2102 Lab for Pests, Plagues, Pollinators, and Poisons: Insects in Human Affairs, 1 unit (14 students)
ENTMLGY 2400H Evaluating Evidence in Biology and Medicine, 3 units (15 students)
ENTMLGY 4601 General Insect Management Lecture and Lab, 2 units (10 students)

Ashley Leach
ENTMLGY 5800 Pesticide Science, 3 units (21 students), co-taught with Reed Johnson
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)

Megan Meuti
ENTMLGY 4999H Honors Research with Distinction, 1–5 units (2 students)
ENTMLGY 4999 Research with Distinction, 1–5 units (3 students)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (2 students)

Andy Michel
ENTMLGY 6193 Individual Studies, 1-6 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 7300 Plant Health Management Seminar, 1 unit (3 students)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (2 students)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)

Pete Piermarini
ENTMLGY 4607 Veterinary Entomology, online, 2 units (307 students)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (3 students)

Ben Philip
ENTMLGY 1111 Biology of Insects, Animals, and Fungi Affecting Buildings, lecture and lab, 4 units (56 students)
ENTMLGY 3300 Insects of Ohio Lecture and Lab, 2 units (7 students)

Joe Raczkowski
ENTMLGY 1100 Exploring Entomology, .5 unit (9 students)
ENTMLGY 3330 Social Insects, 3 units (9 students)
ENTMLGY 4000 General Entomology Lecture, 3 units (72 students: 20 in-person; 52 online)
ENTMLGY 4001 General Entomology Lab, 1 unit (10 students)
ENTMLGY 4191 Internship Experiences in Entomology, 1–2 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 4600 Introduction to Insect Science, 1 unit (224 students: 1st session- 154; 2nd session- 70)

Sarah Short
ENTMLGY 5605 Vector Biology and Vector Borne Diseases, 3 units (9 students)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8998 Research in Entomology, PhD Pre-Candidacy, 1-16 units (3 students)

Jamie Strange
ENTMLGY 4999H Honors Research with Distinction, 1–5 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8998 Research in Entomology, PhD Pre-Candidacy, 1–16 units (2 students)
ENTMLGY 8999 Research in Entomology, PhD Post-Candidacy, 1–16 units (1 student)

Kelley Tilmon
ENTMLGY 6410 Insect Ecology and Evolutionary Processes, 3 units (20 students)
ENTMLGY 7999 Research in Entomology, MS, 1–16 units (1 student)
ENTMLGY 8000 Entomology Seminar, 1 unit (9 students)