|学术报告：Multitrophic interactions between plant defenses, gut microbiota and Anoplophora glabripennis and behavioral responses to pheromones produced by A. glabripennis.|
报告人：Professor of Kelli Hoover, Department of Entomology, Pennsylvania State University
报告方式：腾讯会议, 会议ID: 440 345 436
2010-present Professor, Department of Entomology, Penn State University
2004-2010 Associate Professor, Department of Entomology, Penn State University
1998-2004 Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, Penn State University
1997-1998 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley
1992-1997 Ph.D. Department of Entomology, University of California, Davis,
The main researches are as following:
1.Microbial symbionts of Coleopterans and Lepidopterans. This work involves interactions between pest insects, their gut microbial symbionts, and the plants they feed on. Insects that my lab has studied in this system include: Anoplophora glabripennis (native to China), Spodoptera frugiperda, and Helicoverpa zea.
2.Pheromones produced by Anoplophora glabripennis. This includes a male-produced pheromone that is attractive to virgin females and is being used for trapping in the U.S. and a female-produced trail pheromone that is used by males to follow receptive (sexually mature) females on their large host trees.
1.Hoover, K., M. Grove, M. Gardner, D.P. Hughes, J. McNeil and J. Slavicek. 2011. A gene for an extended phenotype. Science 333: 1401-1401. (Reviewed by Faculty of 1000)
2.Pan, Q., I. Shikano, G.W. Felton, T-X. Liu, and K. Hoover. 2020. Host permissiveness to baculovirus influences time-dependent immune responses and fitness costs. Insect Science https://DOI:10.1111/1744-7917.12755.
3.Mason, C.J., S. Ray, I. Shikano, M. Peiffer, A.G. Jones, D.S. Luthe, K. Hoover and G.W. Felton. 2019. Plant defenses interact with insect enteric bacteria by initiating a leaky gut syndrome. PNAS 116(32): 15991-15996.
4.Hoover, K. 2019. Editorial overview: Insect behavior and parasites: From manipulation to self-medication. Current Opinion in Insect Science 33: vi-viii. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cois.2019.06.012.
5.Hoover, K. (invited editor). 2019. Behavioural Ecology: Insect behavior and parasites: From manipulation to self-medication. Current Opinion in Insect Science 33: 1-69 (Denlinger and Casas, eds.).
6.Mason, C.J., A.M. Campbell, E.D. Scully and K. Hoover. 2018. Bacterial and fungal midgut community dynamics and transfer between mother and brood in the Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis), an invasive xylophage. Microbial Ecology 77: 230-242.
7.Shikano, I., E.M. McCarthy, J.M. Slavicek and K. Hoover. 2018. Jasmonic acid-induced plant defenses delay caterpillar developmental resistance to a baculovirus: Slow-growth, high-mortality hypothesis in plant–insect–pathogen interactions, J. Invertebr. Pathol. 158: 16-23.
8.Tan, C.-W., M. Peiffer, K. Hoover, C. Rosa, F. E. Acevedo, G. W. Felton. 2018. Symbiotic polydnavirus of a parasite manipulates caterpillar and plant immunity. PNAS 201717934; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1717934115.
9.Hoover, K., M. Keena, M. Nehme, S. Wang, P. Meng and A. Zhang. 2014. Sex-specific trail pheromone mediates complex mate finding behavior in Anoplophora glabripennis. J Chem Ecol. DOI 10.1007/s10886-014-0385-5.
10.Chung, S.H., Rosa, C., Scully, E.D., Peiffer, M., Tooker, J.F., Hoover, K., Luthe, D.S., Felton, G.W., 2013. Herbivore exploits orally secreted bacteria to suppress plant defenses. PNAS USA 110: 15728-15733. (reviewed by Faculty of 1000)