SAPPINGTON Thomas Wilson

  • Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research Unit, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, Ames, United States of America
  • Agroecology, Behaviour & Ethology, Biological invasions, Colonization, Dispersal & Migration, Eco-evolutionary dynamics, Evolutionary ecology, Experimental ecology, Life history, Molecular ecology, Population ecology, Terrestrial ecology
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B.S. Biology (minor Chemistry), 1979, Univ. of Central Missouri M.S. Entomology, 1982, Iowa State Univ., Ecology and behavior, European corn borer PhD Systematics and Ecology, 1989, Univ. of Kansas, Sexual selection, Colias butterflies Postdoc Entomology, 1989-1992, Iowa State Univ., Migratory flight behavior, black cutworm (Noctuidae) Postdoc Entomology, 1992-1996, Michigan State Univ., Molecular biology mosquito egg development Visiting Assistant Professor, Entomology, 1996-1998, Michigan State Univ., Molecular biology mosquito egg development Research Entomologist and Lead Scientist, 1998-2003, USDA-ARS, Weslaco, Texas; Cotton insect ecology and behavior Research Entomologist, 2003-present, USDA-ARS, Ames, Iowa; Corn insect ecology, behavior, and population genetics

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