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he International Whitefly Symposium (IWS) is a new series of specialised scientific meetings that resulted out of the merge of the International Bemisia Workshop (IBWS) and the European Whitefly Symposium (EWS). We are in the pleasant position to announce that the 1st International Whitefly Symposium will be held on 20 -24 May 2013 in Kolymbari Crete Greece. 1st IWS will be replacing the 6th International Bemisia Workshop (IBWS), originally scheduled to be held in Crete.

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20– 24 May 2013Kolymbari, Crete, Greece

Orthodox Academy of Crete

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Sunday, May 19, 2013

Registrations17:00 – 18:00

OAC Presentation18:00 – 18:15

Welcome Reception19:00

Opening Lecture: Dr. A. Sarpaki & E. Panagiotakopoulou 18:15 – 18:45

Monday, May 20, 2013

Opening Ceremony09:00 – 10:00

Plenary Speaker: Professor G. Roderick10:00 – 10:45

T1. Biology, Ecology Invasion Biology – Poster Presentations13:15 – 13:45

Lunch Break13:45 – 15:00

T1. Biology, Ecology Invasion Biology – Oral Presentations10:45 – 11:15

Coffee Break11:15 – 11:30

T1. Biology, Ecology Invasion Biology – Oral Presentations11:30 – 13:15

T2. Genomics and Genetics – Oral Presentations15:00 – 16:15

T2. Genomics and Genetics – Oral Presentations16:45 – 17:45

Coffee Break16:15 – 16:45

T2. Genomics and Genetics – Poster Presentations17:45 – 18:45

T4. Whitefly Symbionts – Poster Presentations18:00 – 19:00

Coffee Break16:30 – 17:00

T4. Whitefly Symbionts – Oral Presentations17:00 – 18:00

T4. Whitefly Symbionts – Oral Presentations15:00 – 16:30

TueSday, May 21, 2013

Plenary Speaker: Dr. P. De Barro09:00 – 09:45

T3. Systematics and Evolution – Oral Presentations09:45 – 11:00

Coffee Break11:00 – 11:30

T3. Systematics and Evolution – Oral Presentations11:30 – 12:15

T3. Systematics and Evolution – Poster Presentations12:30 – 13:30

Presentation of ‘2016 International Congress of Entomology’12:15 – 12:30

Lunch Break13:30 – 15:00

AgendA At A glAnCe

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WedneSday, May 22, 2013

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Presentation09:00 – 09:30

T5. Whitefly Transmitted Viruses – Oral Presentations09:30 – 10:45

T5. Whitefly Transmitted Viruses – Oral Presentations11:15 – 12:15

Coffee Break10:45 – 11:15

T5. Whitefly Transmitted Viruses – Poster Presentations12:30 – 13:30

Lunch Break13:30 – 15:00

Coffee Break16:15 – 16:45

T6. Whitefly-Plant Interactions – Oral Presentations15:00 – 16:15

T6. Whitefly-Plant Interactions – Oral Presentations16:45 – 17:45

T6. Whitefly-Plant Interactions – Poster Presentations17:45 – 18:45

ThurSday, May 23, 2013

T7. Biological Control and IPM – Oral Presentations09:00 – 10:45

Coffee Break10:45 – 11:15

T7. Biological Control and IPM – Oral Presentations11:15 – 12:15

T7. Biological Control and IPM – Poster Presentations12:30 – 13:30

Lunch Break13:30 – 15:00

T8. Chemical Control, Insecticide Resistance – Oral Presentations15:00 – 16:30

T8. Chemical Control, Insecticide Resistance – Oral Presentations17:00 – 17:45

T8. Chemical Control, Insecticide Resistance – Poster Presentations17:45 – 18:45

Friday, May 24 , 2013

Symposium Excursion08:30 – 21:30

Coffee Break16:30 – 17:00

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T1.o–06Host suitability comparison between the MEAM1 and AsiaII_1 cryptic species of Bemisia tabaci in cotton growing zones of PakistanM.Z. Ahmed, M. Naveed, M.N. Ane, P.J. De Barro, BL. Qiu

12:15 – 12:30

Opening Ceremony09:00 – 10:00

Plenary Speaker: Professor G. Roderick10:00 – 10:45

Chairs: P. Stansly, D.W. Crowder, F.H. Wan

T1.o–01Woodland Ecology of Aleyrodes loniceræ in the Southern United KingdomS. Springate, S.E.J. Arnold

10:45 – 11:00

T1.o–02Should I develop on or under the leaf–ecological questions of leaf-side settlement in whiteflies?D. Gerling, M. Mahagna, M. Guershon

11:00 – 11:15

T1.o–03Climate Change: Life history adaptation by a global whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, with rising temperature and carbon dioxideA.M. Simmons, S. Abd-Rabou, L.B. Curnutte

11:30 – 11:45

T1.o–04BEMSIM – A computer based simulation model for predicting the population dynamics of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius): description and validation of the modelB. Antony, V.S. Lisha, S. Mithra, M.S. Palaniswami

11:45 – 12:00

T1.o–05Competitive interactions between two invasive whiteflies: effects of behavior, host plants and insecticidesD.B. Sun, Y.Q. Liu, J. Li, F.F. Li, D.W. Crowder, S.S. Liu

12:00 – 12:15

T1. Biology, Ecology Invasion Biology – Oral Presentations (O)10:45 – 11:15

Coffee Break11:15 – 11:30

T1. Biology, Ecology Invasion Biology – Oral Presentations (O)11:30 – 13:15

Monday, May 20, 2013

Registrations17:00 – 18:00

OAC Presentation18:00 – 18:15

Welcome Reception19:00

Opening Lecture: Dr. A. Sarpaki & E. Panagiotakopoulou ‘Minoan Crete: The environment and agriculture as elements embodying cultural imprints

18:15 – 18:45

Sunday, May 19, 2013

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T1.o–07Assessment of Bemisia tabaci biotypes along an altitudinal gradient in Sicily and new plant host records for biotype TD. Guastella, V. Cavalieri, J.P. Legg, C. Rapisarda

12:30 – 12:45

T1.o–08Battling the Bemisia whitefly vectors of cassava virus pandemics in Africa: lessons from Thermopylæ and SalamisJ.P. Legg, H. Lulah, R. Shirima, L. Sefera, D. Guastella, B. Simon, S. Jeremiah, E. Nsami, P. Sseruwagi, R. Hanna, L. Kumar, W. Mbewe, P. Chikoti, C. Rapisarda

12:45 – 13:00

T1.o–09Diversity and geographic distribution of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidæ) associated with cassava in CMD pandemic areas of TanzaniaL.S. Tajebe, D. Guastella, V. Cavalieri, O.S. Lund, C. Rapisarda, J.P. Legg

13:00 – 13:15

T1.P–01A bivoltine whitefly on a deciduous tree preferentially lays large clutches immediately after emergenceM. Ben-Ari, D. Gerling

T1.P–02Ecobiology of Bemisia tabaci Genn. in cassava ecosystemM.S. Palaniswami, T.J. Henneberry

T1.P–04The effect of different nitrogen levels on life history parameters of Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood) (Hem.: Aleyrodidæ)H. Madadi, R. Hosseini, M. Hosseini, M. Delshad

T1.P–06A study on invasion of Bemisia tabaci in Jiangsu province, ChinaC. Li, X. Li-Li, D. Yu-Zhou

T1.P–03Effect of a tri-herbal pill (Manihot esculenta, Croton penduliflorous and Cassia podocarpa) on biochemical parameters in normal Wistar ratsJ. Okpuzor, S. Haruna

T1.P–05Rapid genetic differentiation of introduced populations of Bemisia tabaci Q in ChinaD. Chu, H. Pan, Y. Tao, Y. Zhang

T1. Biology, Ecology Invasion Biology – Poster Presentations (P)13:15 – 13:45

T1.P–07First report of super-abundant Bemisia tabaci on cassava in ZambiaP.C. Chikoti, R. Shirima, J.P. Legg

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T2.o–01Population genetics of the Bemisia tabaci Med species from Mediterranean countriesN. Gauthier, M. Peterschmitt, A. Tsagkarakou

15:00 – 15:15

T2.o–03Evolution of reproductive isolation by genetic-environment association between two Bemisia tabaci species in an insular environmentH. Delatte, M. Thierry, N. Becker, P. David, B. Facon, B. Reynaud

15:30 – 15:45

T2.o–07Transcriptomic and functional analyzes of Bemisia tabaci – Rickettsia interactionsM. Ghanim, S. Kontsedalov, M. Levy, M. Brumin

17:00 – 17:15

T2.o–02Genetic structure of greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum) populations in Finland and GreeceI. Ovčarenko, D. Kapantaidaki, K.E. Knott, L. Lindström, A. Tsagkarakou, N. Gauthier, I. Vänninen

15:15 – 15:30

T2.o–06Analysis of whitefly transcriptional responses to Beauveria bassiana infectionC.R. Zhang, J. Xia, S. Zhang, S.S. Liu, X.W. Wang

16:45 – 17:00

T2.o–04Transcriptome divergence between the invasive and native whitefly cryptic species of the Bemisia tabaci complexX.W. Wang, Y.L. Wang, J.B. Luan, Y.J. Wang, S.S. Liu

15:45 – 16:00

T2.o–08RNAi-mediated interference of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) gut gene expression: reverse genetics for functional analysis and potential targets for abatementM. Vyas, A. Raza, M.Y. Ali, M.A. Ashraf, S. Mansoor, J.K. Brown

17:15 – 17:30

T2.o–05Parallel proteome and comparative transcriptomic analysis of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) B biotype: functional genomics resources for identifying whitefly interactors contributing to circulative begomovirus transmissionM. Vyas, C. Saripalli, L. Breci, R. He, J.M. Cicero, S. Miller, M. Kaplan, R. Sprissler, W.M. Nelson, M. Ghanim, H. Czosnek, G. Tsprailis, C.T. Cameron, R. Kramer, J.A. Crow, G.D. May, R. Kim, D.R. Gang, C. Soderlund, J.K. Brown

16:00 – 16:15

T2.o–09Introduction to Bemisia tabaci genome projectW. Xie, Y. Zhang

17:30 – 17:45

Chairs: J.K. Brown, N. Gauthier, A. Tsagkarakou

T2. Genomics and Genetics – Oral Presentations (O)15:00 – 16:15

T2. Genomics and Genetics – Oral Presentations (O)16:45 – 17:45

Coffee Break16:15 – 16:45

Lunch Break13:45 – 15:00

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T2.P–01Characterization of next generation transcriptomic and genomic sequence data from the Asia1 mtCOI genetic clade of Bemisia tabaciM.V. Patel, S. Bridgett, M. Blaxter, S. Cain, M. Febrer, M. Caccamo, J. Colvin, D. Bailey, S. Seal

T2.P–03Genetic variation in Serbian populations of Trialeurodes vaporariorum inferred from COI sequence variabilityM. Prijović, M. Škaljac, T. Drobnjaković, P. Perić, D. Marčić, K. Žanić, I. Međo, J. Puizina

T2.P–05Genome sequence of Hamiltonella, a facultative symbiont in the whitefly, Bemisia tabaciQ. Rao, S.S. Liu, X.W. Wang

T2.P–02Study on biotype composition of Bemisia tabaci on cotton in Çukurova Plain, TurkeyK. Karut, B. Kaydan, S.J. Castle, C. Kazak, M.R. Ulusoy

T2.P–04Current species status and distribution of Bemisia tabaci in Tunisia from various vegetables and ornamentalsA. Laarif, D. Saleh, C. Clouet, N. Gauthier

T2.P–06Development of a transcriptome assembling pipeline to optimize the analysis of a large RNA-seq dataset from Bemisia tabaci (MED) J. Lagnel, A. Tsagkarakou, K. Belkhir

T2. Genomics and Genetics – Poster Presentations (P)17:45 – 18:45

Plenary Speaker: Dr. P. De Barro09:00 – 09:45

Chairs: D. Gerling, P. De Barro, B. Qiu

T3. Systematics and Evolution – Oral Presentations (O)09:45 – 11:00

T3.o–01Is agriculture driving the diversification of whiteflies? Age and diversification estimates for whiteflies revealedL.M. Boykin, C.D. Bell, G. Evans, P.J. De Barro

09:45 – 10:00

T3.o–02Genetic diversity, phylo-geography, and population patterns in CLCuD associated whiteflies and their endosymbionts in PakistanH.W. Herrmann, G. Rasool, M. Zia-Ur-Rehman, A. Ochoa, U. Hameed, J.K. Brown

10:00 – 10:15

T3.o–03Demonstrating the value of voucher specimens to help resolve modern whitefly taxonomyW.T. Tay, G.A. Evans, L.M. Boykin, P.J. De Barro

10:15 – 10:30

TueSday, May 21, 2013

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T3.o–04A global analysis of Bemisia tabaci phylogeny using mitochondrial genomes: a preliminary reportH.L. Wang, X.W. Wang, S.S. Liu

10:30 – 10:45

T3.o–05Historical demography, invasion patterns and origins of biotypes in the Bemisia tabaci sibling species groupM. Hadjistylli, J.K. Brown, G.K. Roderick

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee Break11:00 – 11:30

T3. Systematics and Evolution – Oral Presentations (O)11:30 – 12:15

T3. Systematics and Evolution – Poster Presentations (P)12:30 – 13:30

Presentation of ‘2016 International Congress of Entomology’12:15 – 12:30

T3.o–06Analysis of phenotypic variance components and heritability for basal and induced thermotolerance in populations of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci biotype BF. Díaz-Gonzáles, V. Muñoz-Valencia, D.L. Juvinao-Quintero, H. Cárdenas-Henao, N. Toro-Perea, M. Del Rosario Manzano, R. González-Obando

11:30 – 11:45

T3.o–07Genetic diversity and geographical distribution of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) genotypes associated with cassava in East AfricaH. Mugerwa, M.E.C. Rey, T. Alicai, E. Ateka, H. Atuncha, J. Ndunguru, P. Sseruwagi

11:45 – 12:00

T3.o–08Taxonomic revision of the whitefly parasitoid genus Dirphys Howard (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidæ) based on morphological and molecular evidenceA. Polaszek, E. Hernández-Suarez, S. Schmidt

12:00 – 12:15

T3.P–01So you want to make a Bemisia tabaci phylogeny? The Global COI dataset is now available via a CSIRO data access portal L.M. Boykin, P.J. De Barro

T3.P–03Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Bemisia tabaci from different region of India for species determinationV. Jindal, V.K. Gupta, B. Mohindru, G. Banta

T3.P–02List and photographs of Takahashi’s types preserved in MNHN now available onlineJ.C. Streito, D. Ouvrard

T3.P–04Genetic diversity of Bemisia tabaci in Saudi Arabia: Evidence for a distinct haplotype and widespread distribution of the B haplotype M.A. Al-Saleh, A.I. Ragab, O. Abdalla, I.M. AlShahwan, M. Amer, J.K. Brown, A.M. Idris

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T3.P–08Indigenous American species of the Bemisia tabaci complex are still widespread in BrazilL.F. Barbosa, J. Marubayashi, B.R. De Marchi, E. Moriones, J. Navas-Castillo, M.A. Pavan, R. Krause-Sakate

T3.P–09Association in ‘Fitness’ components for basal and induced thermotolerance comparing populations of whitefly Bemisia tabaci Biotype BF. Díaz-Gonzáles, V. Muñoz-Valencia, D.L. Juvinao-Quintero, H. Cárdenas-Henao, N. Toro-Perea, M. Del Rosario Manzano, R. González-Obando

T3.P–10A taxonmic study of the whitefly (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) from ChinaW. Ji-Rui, D. Yu-Zhou

T3.P–11Identification and characterization of whitefly species (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) using ‘DNA barcoding’T. Ovalle, M.P.Hernández, S. Parsa, L.A. Becerra Lopez-Lavalle

T3.P–12Whiteflies (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) on mulberry (Morus alba L.) from China with descriptions of newly recorded speciesW. Ji-Rui, D. Yu-Zhou

T3.P–05Whitelflies in Saudi Arabia: current status and ongoing research effortsM.A. Aldeghairi, N.F. Abdel-Baky

T3.P–06Whiteflies species (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) of TurkeyM.R. Ulusoy, K. Karut, A.F. Çalışkan

T3.P–07A new species of Stenaleyrodes Takahashi, 1938 from Madagascar: a less enigmatic whitefly genusD. Ouvrard, J.H. Martin

Lunch Break13:30 – 15:00

Chairs: L. Mouton, E. Zchori - Fein

T4. Whitefly Symbionts – Oral Presentations (O)15:00 – 16:30

T4.o–01Current status of whitefly symbionts researchE. Zchori-Fein

15:00 – 15:15

T4.o–02 (Keynote Lecture)Rickettsia infection influences the fitness and ecology of Bemisia tabaciM.S. Hunter, A.G. Himler, B.N. Cass, P. Asiimwe, S.E. Kelly, E. Zchori-Fein

15:15 – 15:45

T4.o–03Genetic elements of endosymbionts in Bemisia tabaci revealed their roles in the whitefly invasionJ.Y. Guo, R.H. Zhao, H.J. Chen, J.Y. Guo, Z.S. Ma, F.H. Wan

15:45 – 16:00

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T4.P–03Detection of secondary endosymbionts of whitefly, Bemisia tabaci in Karnataka, IndiaR. Rajeshwari, M. Krishna Reddy, B.N. Pushpa, N.K. Krishna Kumar

T4.o–04Nuclear and cytoplasmic differentiation among Mediterranean populations of B. tabaci: a test for endosymbiont induced incompatibilitiesG. Terraz, G. Gueguen, F. Fleury, L. Mouton

16:00 – 16:15

T4.o–05Low levels of mitochondrial and symbiont diversity in populations of Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) across a wide geographic rangeD.E. Kapantaidaki, I. Ovčarenko, K.E. Knott, I. Vänninen, K. Bourtzis, A. Tsagkarakou

16:15 – 16:30

T4.o–06Hemipteriphilus asiaticus, a newly-described whitefly symbiontX.L. Bing, J. Yang, E. Zchori-Fein, X.W. Wang, S.S. Liu

17:00 – 17:15

T4.o–07The genome of ‘Candidatus Portiera aleyrodidarum’ BT-QVLC, an obligate symbiont that supplies amino acids and carotenoids to Bemisia tabaciD. Santos-Garcia, P.A. Farnier, F. Beitia, E. Zchori-Fein, F. Vavre, L. Mouton, A. Moya, A. Latorre, F.J. Silva

17:15 – 17:30

T4.o–08Cardinium and Bemisia tabaci: is it a mutualistic relationship?D. Santos-Garcia, P.A. Farnier, F. Beitia, E. Zchori-Fein, F. Vavre, L. Mouton, A. Moya, A. Latorre, F.J. Silva

17:30 – 17:45

T4.o–09Evolution of Hamiltonella defensa genomes in phloemophagous insectsP.A. Rollat-Farnier, X.W. Wang, D. Santos-Garcia, E. Zchori-Fein, S.S. Liu, M.F. Sagot, F.J. Silva, F. Vavre, L. Mouton

17:45 – 18:00

Coffee Break16:30 – 17:00

T4. Whitefly Symbionts – Poster Presentations (P)18:00 – 19:00

T4. Whitefly Symbionts – Oral Presentations (O)17:00 – 18:00

T4.P–01Diversity of symbiotic bacteria associated with Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidæ) in TanzaniaL.S. Tajebe, D. Guastella, V. Cavalieri, S.E. Kelly, M.S. Hunter, O.S. Lund, J.P. Legg, C. Rapisarda

T4.P–02Isolation and identification of culturable bacteria associate with Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius)C.A. Jayaprakas, M.J.A.V. Shery

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T4.P–04Evidence for horizontal transmission of secondary endosymbionts in the Bemisia tabaci cryptic species complexM.Z. Ahmed, P.J. De Barro, S.X. Ren, J.M. Greeff, B.L. Qiu

T4.P–05Factors correlated with the community structure of secondary symbionts in the sweet potato whitefly Bemisia tabaciT. Lahav, E. Zchori-Fein, S. Freilich

T4.P–06Diversity and localization of bacterial endosymbionts in whitefly species collected in BrazilJ.M. Marubayashi, A. Kliot, V.A. Yuki, J.A. Marques Rezende, R. Krause-Sakate, M.A. Pavan, M. Ghanim

T4.P–07Exploring horizontal transmission of symbionts in field collected samples of Bemisia tabaci and Trialeurodes abutiloneaN. Mozes-Daube, B.N. Cass, S.E. Kelly, M.S. Hunter, E. Zchori-Fein

T4.P–08Possible role of bacterial endosymbionts in the spreading of Bemisia tabaci Q2 genotype in South ItalyG. Parrella, A.G. Nappo, E. Manco, B. Greco, M. Giorgini

T4.P–09Interaction between Colombian and Nigerian whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) populations and their endosymbionts: Are they conferring virus transmission advantages in cassava? I. Moreno, J. Marin, E. Okogbenin, A. Carabali, J. Montoya-Lerma

T4.P–10Relative growth rates and competitive interactions of Rickettsia infected and uninfected sweetpotato whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci) on field cottonP. Asiimwe, S.E. Kelly, M.S. Hunter

T4.P–11Wolbachia and the biological control of cassava whitefliesM.N. Maruthi, P. Laniran, S. Ghosh

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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation PresentationInvesting in Agriculture: Research for DevelopmentC. Owen

09:00 – 09:30

Chairs: N. Katis, J.N. Castillo, M. Lapidot

T5. Whitefly Transmitted Viruses – Oral Presentations (O)09:30 – 10:45

T5. Whitefly Transmitted Viruses – Oral Presentations (O)11:15 – 12:15

Coffee Break10:45 – 11:15

T5.o–01 (Keynote Lecture)Plant-mediated whitefly-begomovirus interactions: research progress and future prospectsJ.B. Luan, X.W. Wang, S.S. Liu

09:30 – 09:45

T5.o–02Genetic diversity and patterns in CLCuD associated virus-satellite-complexes in PakistanH.W. Herrmann, M. Zia-Ur-Rehman, A. Ochoa, U. Hameed, G. Rasool, J.K. Brown

10:00 – 10:15

T5.o–03The influence of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus-resistant genotypes on acquisition and transmission of TYLCV and their potential impact on epidemics and management of TYLCV in Southeastern USAR. Srinivasan, A. Barman, D. Riley, S. Adkins

10:15 – 10:30

T5.o–04Possible role of Bemisia tabaci secondary endosymbiont Rickettsia in the transmission of Tomato yellow leaf curl virusA. Kliot, H. Czosnek, M. Ghanim

10:30 – 10:45

T5.o–05Effect of TYLCV acquisition on the behavioral and physiological changes of vector insects, Bemisia tabaciK.Y. Lee, S.M.H. Jahan, S. Lee

11:15 – 11:30

T5.o–06Identification of a defensin-like peptide from the whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ)Z.Z. Wang, M. Shi, X.Q. Ye, X.X. Chen

11:30 – 11:45

T5.o–07Whitefly-transmitted criniviruses in vegetable crops in GreeceC.G. Orfanidou, L.C. Papayiannis, C. Dimitriou, M. Zikou, V.I. Maliogka, N.I. Katis

11:45 – 12:00

T5.o–08Acquisition of Cucurbit Chlorotic Yellows Virus by Bemisia tabaci and rapid detection using loop-isothermal amplificationM. Okuda, S. Okuda, H. Iwai

12:00 – 12:15

WedneSday, May 22, 2013

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T5. Whitefly Transmitted Viruses – Poster Presentations (P)12:30 – 13:30

T5.P–01Cassava brown streak disease pandemic and the genetic characteristics of Bemisia tabaci in East and Central AfricaR. Shirima, G. Gashaka, D. Swai, S. Kombo, W. Tata-Hangy, S. Bigirimana, J.P. Legg

T5.P–02Transmission of Pepino mosaic virus on tomato by the whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum P. Noël, T. Hance, C. Bragard

T5.P–03Effects of light-emitting diode or ultraviolet irradiation on accumulation of whitefly-transmitted Tomato yellow leaf curl virus in tomato plantsS. Matsuura

T5.P–04Expression and functional characterization of a soluble form of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus coat proteinL.L. Wang, X.M. Wei, H.X. Xu, X.P. Zhou, S.S. Liu, X.W. Wang

T5.P–05Acquisition of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus Enhances Attraction of Bemisia tabaci to Green Light Emitting DiodesS.M.H. Jahan, K.S. Lee, C.S. Kim, H.S. Choi, Y.J. Lee, S. Lee, K.Y. Lee

T5.P–06Upregulation of temperature susceptibility in Bemisia tabaci upon acquisition of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV)J. Pusag, S.M.H. Jahan, J.H. Lee, J.K. Kim, S. Lee, K.Y. Lee

T5.P–07Mutations in the coat protein of the Sri Lankan Cassava Mosaic Virus affect the infectivity and the symptom developmentV. Kelkar, I. Dasgupta

T5.P–08Impact of Heat shock protein 70 on the interaction of Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus and Tomato yellow leaf curl virus with their vector Bemisia tabaciM. Götz, M. Kollenberg, A. Pietruszka, B. Stein, S. Winter

T5.P–09Effect of temperature on the growth and physiological response of sweet potatoG. Sseremba, S.B. Mukasa, S. Kyamanywa

T5.P–10Bemisia tabaci from the new world group carrying brazilian begomovirusesB.R. De Marchi, J. Marubayashi, V.A. Yuki, L.F. Barbosa, K.C.G. Rocha, M.A. Pavan, E. Moriones, J. Navas-Castillo, R. Krause-Sakate

T5.P–11An indigenous genetic group of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) infected with Tobacco leaf curl virus (TbLCV) on a wild plant in KoreaG.S. Lee, S.M. Lee, W. Lee, H.R. Kwak, C.S. Kim, H.S. Choi, S. Lee, K.Y. Lee

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T5.P–14Molecular Ecology of Geminivirus C2 protein over the viral insect vector Bemisia tabaciT. Rosas-Díaz, R. Lozano-Durán, P. Lenzi, I.D. Bedford, S.A. Hogenhout, E.R. Bejarano

T5.P–12Urtica membranacea Poiret new host for TYLCV, TYLCSV and Rec type A recombinantG. Parrella, A.G. Nappo, B. Greco, M. Giorgini, A. Stinca

T5.P–13Non-coding DNA satellites associated with begomoviruses: genetic diversity and experimental transmission by Bemisia tabaciE. Fiallo-Olivé, I. Hassan, A.F. Orílio, G. Lozano, H.P. Trenado, Y. Martínez-Zubiaur, D.T. Chirinos, F. Geraud-Pouey, E. Moriones, R.W. Briddon, J. Navas-Castillo

Lunch Break13:30 – 15:00

Coffee Break16:15 – 16:45

Chairs: N. Roditakis, S. Morin

T6. Whitefly-Plant Interactions – Oral Presentations (O)15:00 – 16:15

16:45 – 17:45 T6. Whitefly-Plant Interactions – Oral Presentations (O)

T6.o–01Molecular breeding for whitefly repellent tomatoesP.M. Bleeker, P.J. Diergaarde, R. Mirabella, A. VanDoorn, M. Prins, M.A. Haring, R.C. Schuurink, M. De Vos

15:00 – 15:15

T6.o–02Unraveling a novel mechanism of whitefly resistance in Medicago sativa L. (alfalfa)L.L. Walling, L.R. Teuber, M.J. Monteros, E.C. Brummer

15:15 – 15:30

T6.o–04Transgenic resistance to whitefly by expression of a bacterial Type III effector in Nicotiana benthamianaA. Papanikolaou, P.F. Sarris, N. Skandalis, N.J. Panopoulos

15:45 – 16:00

T6.o–05Beneficial interactions between a whitefly and a begomovirus mediated by plant terpenoidsJ.B. Luan, D.M. Yao, T. Zhang, L.L. Walling, M. Yang, Y.J. Wang, S.S. Liu

16:00 – 16:15

T6.o–06Plant-mediated RNA interference (RNAi) to study gene function in the whitefly Bemisia tabaciP. Lenzi, A. Coleman, T. Rosas Diaz, R. Lozano-Durán, I.D. Bedford, E.R. Bejarano, S.A. Hogenhout

17:45 – 18:00

T6.o–03Discovery of next generation insecticidal proteins for the development of GM crops for whitefly resistanceS.K. Upadhyay, R. Singh, H. Singh, M. Mishra, S. Saurabh, P. Rai, A.K. Shukla, B. Kaul, P.C. Verma, K. Chandrashekar, A.P. Singh, K.N. Nair, P.K. Singh

15:30 – 15:45

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T6.o–08Variable gene expression and fitness in Bemisia tabaci according to host plantS.J. Castle, J.J. Hull

18:15 – 18:30

T6.o–09The ecological and evolutionary relationships between constitutive and induced detoxification resistance in Bemisia tabaciS. Morin, E. Halon, M. Elbaz

18:30 – 18:45

T6. Whitefly-Plant Interactions – Poster Presentations (P)17:45 – 18:45

T6.P–01Phenotyping of resistance in the cassava (Manihot esculenta) to whitefly Aleurotrachelus socialisA. Bohorquez, S. Parsa, J. Tohme, L.A. Becerra Lopez-Lavalle

T6.P–02Host preference of jasmine whitefly Aleuroclava jasmini (Homoptera: Aleyrodidæ) on citrus in South Baghdad orchardsM.Z. Khalaf, M. Khudhar, F. Naher, B. Abdulhamza

T6.P–03Effects of previous feeding experience of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) on their performance on different plant T.X. Liu, M.R. Shah

T6.P–04Influence of the Host plants on some biological characteristics of Bemisia tabaci Genn. (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) in Qassim region, Saudi ArabiaL.A.M. Al-Shuraym, H.R. Abdul Rahman, N.F. Abdel-Baky

T6.P–05Chemical and behavioral analysis of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci attraction to rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)D. Sadeh, M. Ghanim, E. Zchori-Fein, N. Dudai

T6.P–06The effect of activity changes in metabolic enzymes of Bemisia tabaci biotype B and Myzus persicæ on the interspecific competition of the two insects on tobacco plants M. Bi, H. Hu, M. Xue

T6.o–07Bemisia tabaci Genn. and cassava interactions: a biotechnological attributionM.S. Palaniswami, T.J. Henneberry

18:00 – 18:15

T6.P–07Root and shoot jasmonic acid induced plants differed at their effects on the performance of Bemisia tabaci and its parasitoid Encarsia formosaS.J. Li, X. Xue, M.Z. Ahmed, S.X. Ren, N.M. Van Dam, B.L. Qiu

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T6.P–08Life history traits and population growth of Trialeurodes vaporariorum on different tomato genotypesM. Prijović, D. Marčić, T. Drobnjaković, P. Perić, I. Međo

T6.P–09Disarming the glucosinolate–myrosinase complex by sulfatase in Bemisia tabaciO. Malka, S. Morin

T6.P–10Whitefly, Trialeurodes ricini feeding stress induced biochemical changes in Castor, Ricinus communis plantP. Usha Rani, K. Sandhya Rani

T6.P–12Biology of Bemisia tabaci byotipe B and analysis of flavonoids related to resistance in soybean genotypes S.S. Vieira, A.L. Lourenção, J.P. Graça, T. Janegitz, M.C. Salvador, T.E. Ueda, M.C.N. De Oliveira, C.B. Hoffmann-Campo

T6.P–13Host Weed for Reproduction of TYLCV-Viruliferous Bemisia tabaci and TYLCV in KoreaC.S. Kim, K.S. Lee, H.S. Choi, K.Y. Lee, S. Lee, M.K. Kim, J. Lee, L.Y. Lee

T6.P–14Discovery of a novel insecticidal protein effective against Bemisia tabaci at low ppm level M. Mishra, S. Saurabh, P.C. Verma, K. Chandrashekar, A.P. Singh, P.K. Singh

T6.P–15A novel fern protein for the development of transgenic crops resistant to whitefly (Bemisia tabaci)R. Singh, P.C. Verma, K. Chandrashekar, A.P. Singh, P.K. Singh

T6.P–11RNA interference for developing Bemisia tabaci resistant plants G. Eakteiman, M. Alon, O. Malka, S. Morin

Chairs: P. Ellsworth, E. Roditakis

T7. Biological Control and IPM – Oral Presentations (O)09:00 – 10:45

T7.o–01 (Keynote Lecture)Integrating biological control into IPM decision – Making for BemisiaS.E. Naranjo, P.C. Ellsworth, T. Vandervoet

09:00 – 09:15

ThurSday, May 23, 2013

T6.P–16Enhancing methanol content of plants provides broad spectrum insect resistanceS. Dixit, P. Chandra Verma, S. Kumar Upadhyay, O. Prakash Sidhu, K. Chandrashekar

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T7.o–03Bemisia tabaci parasitoids in Southwest Florida: faunal flux over recent years with implications for whitefly managementZ. Lahey, P. Stansly

09:45 – 10:00

T7.o–04Does host species effect the life history of Encasia formosa, a dominate parasitoid of Bemisia tabici species complex?F. Dang, P.J. De Barro, S.X. Ren, B.L. Qiu

10:00 – 10:15

T7.o–05Extrafloral nectar and honeydew as sugar sources for the greenhouse whitefly parasitoid Amitus fuscipennisL.M. Hernandez, J.T. Otero, M.R. Manzano

10:15 – 10:30

T7.o–07Competitive interactions between aphelinid parasitoids and the implications for biological control applicationsN.W. Yang, H.Y. Xu, L.L. Ji, F.H. Wan

11:15 – 11:30

T7.o–08Predaceous mites for management of whiteflies, broad mites and spider mites in open-field fruiting vegetablesP.A. Stansly, J.A. Castillo

11:30 – 11:45

T7.o–09An evaluation of three predatory mite species for the control of greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum)N.C. Medd, R.M. Greatrex

11:45 – 12:00

T7.o–10Eradicating Bemisia tabaci Q biotype on poinsettia plants in the UKA.G.S. Cuthbertson

12:00 – 12:15

T7.o–06Aphelinid parasitoids of Bemisia tabaci Genn. in IndiaM.S. Palaniswami, T.J. Henneberry

10:30 – 10:45

Coffee Break10:45 – 11:15

T7. Biological Control and IPM – Oral Presentations (O)11:15 – 12:15

T7.o–02A comprehensive knowledge of Bemisia tabaci natural enemy complex in Indian contextB. Antony, V.S. Lisha, M.S. Palaniswami,C.A. Jayaprakash

09:30 – 09:45

T7.P–01A single step duplex PCR for detection Bemisia tabaci and Frankliniella occidentalis in predator gutsG.F. Zhang, X. Wu, G.L. Lövei, F.H. Wan

T7. Biological Control and IPM – Poster Presentations (P)12:30 – 13:30

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T7.P–03Total Greenhouse Management® six-year implementation in 10 ha glasshouse area in North Greece: The case of Trialeurodes vaporariorum C.A. Papaioannou, C.D. Katsanos

T7.P–04Whiteflies and their parasitoids associated with cassava in TanzaniaD. Guastella, H. Lulah, L.S. Tajebe, V. Cavalieri, G. Evans, P. Pedata, C. Rapisarda, J.P. Legg

T7.P–05Survey of natural enemies of whiteflies (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) in Egypt with new location and world records S. Abd-Rabou, A.M. Simmons

T7.P–06Integrated management and monitoring of sugarcane whitefly Neomaskellia andropogonis Corbett (Homoptera: Aleyrodidæ) on two sugarcane commercial cultivarsA. Nikpay, P. Sharafizadeh, M. Kahrarian

T7.P–07Field Efficacy of Beauveria bassiana and Lecanicillium lecanii isolates against jasmine whitefly, Aleuroclava jasmini on citrus in IraqH. Mohammed Ali, S. Khlawi, J. Hammod, M. Khadir

T7.P–08Interspecific competition between the autoparasitoid Encarsia sophia and the primary parasitoid E. formosa, and their impacts on suppression of the greenhouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorumL.S. Zang, L.Z. Liu, P. Dai, F.H. Wan

T7.P–09Anaphes nipponicus of Mimarid wasp might becomeEgg parasitoid of WhiteflyS. Shibuya

T7.P–10Life history traits of commercialized and indigenous populations of Encarsia formosaT. Drobnjaković, D. Marčić, M. Prijović, I. Međo, P. Perić, S. Milenković

T7.P–11Impact of some crop management practices on tomato infestation / infection by the whitefly-begomovirus complex in CubaJ. Fernandez-Delgado, I. Grechi, A. Ratnadass, A. Casanova, O. Gómez, M. Sánchez, M.I. Hernández

T7.P–12Species of Encarsia Förster (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidæ) associated with Bemisia tabaci biotype B (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) and edamame in BrazilR. Pessoa¹, N.M. Martinelli, M. Funichello, A.C. Busoli

T7.P–02Implementation of IPM without pesticides against Bemisia tabaci in greenhousesM. Deying,, C. Dan, P. Weiping, W. Huiqing

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T7.P–13Density of leaf trichomes in soybean genotypes Glycine max L. and parasitism by Encarsia lutea (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidade) on the Bemisia tabaci biotype B (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ)A.C. Busoli¹, R. Pessoa¹, N.M. Martineli

T7.P–14The trap plants: an alternative strategy for Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) control in the greenhouseL. Arvanitakis, T. Hebbinckuys, A. Ferre, D. Bordat

T7.P–15Efficiency of a control method against greenhouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood) [Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ] with trap plantsA. Ferre, T. Hebbinckuys

T7.P–16Research of the most efficient trap plant to manage whitefly populations of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) [Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ]A. Ferre, T. Hebbinckuys, D. Bordat², L. Arvanitakis², G. Terraz, L. Mouton, F. Fleury

T7.P–17Novel strategies for managing whiteflies on cassava:Assessment of indigenous parasitoid fauna in TanzaniaH. Lulah, D. Guastella, S. Boniface, D. Gerling, J.P. Legg

T7.P–18Status of Silverleaf Whitefly (Bemisia argentifolii) on Field Crops in the California San Joaquin ValleyL.D. Godfrey

T7.P–19Implications of inter- and intraspecific interactions between Macrolophus pygmæus and Nesidiocoris tenuis on the whitefly population regulation P. Lampropoulos, D. Perdikis, A. Fantinou

T7.P–20Side-effects of IPM-compatible insecticides on the whitefly natural enemies Eretmocerus eremicus, Nesidiocoris tenuis and Amblyseius swirskiiN. Fytrou, A. Tsagkarakou

Lunch Break13:30 – 15:00

T8.o–01 (Keynote Lecture)Insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci: molecules, mechanisms, monitoring and managementR. Nauen, J. Vontas, I. Denholm

15:00 – 15:30

Chairs: R. Nauen, I. Denholm, J. Vontas

T8. Chemical Control, Insecticide Resistance – Oral Presentations (O)15:00 – 16:30

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T8. Chemical Control, Insecticide Resistance – Oral Presentations (O)17:00 – 17:45

T8. Chemical Control, Insecticide Resistance – Poster Presentations (P)17:45 – 18:45

Coffee Break16:30 – 17:00

T8.o–06DuPont™ Cyazypyr™ (cyantraniliprole): a reduced-riskdiamide insecticide for cross-spectrum control of whiteflies on agronomic cropsI.B. Annan, J-L Rison, H.E. Portillo, J.M. Alvarez, R.A. Cameron, W.A. Flier

17:00 – 17:30

T8.o–07Τwo novel techniques to demonstrate the feeding cessation of Bemisia tabaci nymphs and adults when exposed to Cyazypyr™ and other insecticidesJ.M. Alvarez, R. Cameron, E.B. Lang, I.B. Annan, H.E. Portillo

17:30 – 17:45

T8.o–03Biological activity of flonicamid on Bemisia tabaciE. Roditakis, M. Stavrakaki, D. Kapantaidaki, A. Fytrou, J. Vontas, A. Tsagkarakou

15:45 – 16:00

T8.o–04Insecticide resistance in the brassica whitefly, Aleyrodes proletella, in British horticultureS. Springate, S. Seal, J. Colvin

16:00 – 16:15

T8.o–05Is monitoring susceptibility of Bemisia tabaci to insecticides useful to management?P.C. Ellsworth, X. Li, T.J. Dennehy, J.C. Palumbo, S. Castle, N. Prabhaker, R.L. Nichols

16:15 – 16:30

T8.P–01Relative toxicity of different insecticides to cotton whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) in PunjabV. Kumar, G.K. Grewal, M. Kaur

T8.P–02Efficacy of insecticide rotations and their impact on populations of the ‘B’ and ‘Q’ biotypes of Bemisia tabaciR. Oetting, C. McKenzie, M. Townsend

T8.P–03Resistance mechanisms and cross-resistance to insect growth-regulators in Bemisia tabaciE. Fernández, C. Grávalos, A. Belando, I. Moreno, P. Bielza

T8.P–04Insecticides resistance in Indian Bemisia tabaci populations –current statusN.C. Naveen, R.J. Chaubey, V.S. Rana, R. Rajagopal, S. Subramanian

T8.o–02‘Baby-Boom’ phenomena – Do Bemisia tabaci females detect and avoid laying eggs in the presence of Pyriproxyfen, a juvenile hormone analogue?P. Moshitzky, S. Morin

15:30– 15:45

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T8.P–06An EPG study of the probing behavior of adult Bemisia tabaci biotype Q following exposure to cyantraniliprole and its implications in potential TYLCV reductionS. Civolani, S. Cassanelli, M. Chicca, J.L Rison, A. Bassi, J.M. Alvarez, E.A. Fano

T8.P–07Abundance of the Bemisia tabaci B-biotype overexpressing CYP6CM1 in field populations from CyprusV. Vassiliou, D. Kim, P. Pietrantonio

T8.P–08Insecticide resistance levels of the Greenhouse Whitefly in FinlandI. Ovčarenko, L. Lindström, K. Saikkonen, I. Vänninen

T8.P–09Characterization of neonicotinoid resistance in Bemisia tabaci from GreeceA. Ilias, D.E. Kapantaidaki,, E. Sioziou, E. Morou, E. Roditakis, J. Vontas, A. Tsagkarakou

T8.P–10Resistance to imidacloprid and bifenthrin in field populations from Greece of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ)D.E. Kapantaidaki, A. Ilias, J. Vontas, A. Tsagkarakou

T8.P–11Monitoring changes in Bemisia tabaci susceptibility to neonicotinoid insecticides in Arizona and CaliforniaN. Prabhaker, S.J. Castle, T.M. Perring

T8.P–12Identification of mutations in the para sodium channel gene (kdr) and in Acetylcholinesterase gene (ace-1R) of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidæ) from western Africa associated with resistance to pyrethroid and organophosphateO. Gnankiné, L. Mouton, T.Martin, G. Ketoh, F.Vavre, F. Fleury

T8.P–13Sulfoxaflor a valuable tool for management of sap feeding insectsM. Lysandrou, V. Apostolidis, G. Vassiliou

Symposium Excursion08:30 – 21:30

Friday, May 24 , 2013

T8.P–05Effect of temperature on sweetpotato virus disease symptom expressionG. Sseremba, S.B. Mukasa, S. Kyamanywa

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