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    University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Jun 09, 2023  
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog 
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Entomology and Plant Pathology

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Carl J. Jones, Head

Bernard, E.C., PhD - Georgia
Bost, S.C., PhD - North Carolina State
Burgess, E.E., PhD - Tennessee
Grant, J.F., PhD - Clemson
Hale, F.A., PhD - Ohio State
Jones, C.J., PhD - Wyoming
Lambdin, P.L., PhD - Virginia Tech
Newman, M.A., PhD - Texas A&M
Patrick, C.R., PhD - Mississippi State
Skinner, J.A., PhD - California (Davis)
Stewart, S.D., PhD - Auburn
Trigiano, R.N., PhD - North Carolina State
Vail, K.M., PhD - Florida
Windham, A.S., PhD - North Carolina State
Windham, M.T., PhD - North Carolina State
Associate Professors
Canaday, C.H., PhD - Ohio State
Gwinn, K.D., PhD - North Carolina State
Lamour, K., PhD - Michigan State
Moulton, J.K., PhD - Arizona
Ownley, B.H., PhD - North Carolina State
Assistant Professors
Hajimorad, M., PhD - Adelaide (Australia)
Jurat-Fuentes, J.L., PhD - Georgia
Bernard, Grant

Courses in economic entomology, diseases and insects of ornamental plants, forest protection, plant pathology, and veterinary entomology are available to undergraduate students. No undergraduate degree exists in the Department of  Entomology and Plant Pathology, but a program leading to the Master of Science degree with a major in entomology and plant pathology and a PhD with a major in plants, soils and insects and concentrations in entomology, plant pathology, integrated pest management, and bioactive natural products are available (see Graduate Catalog). Instruction and training is provided in those disciplines which deal with the natural hazards that are major causes of losses in agricultural production, namely, insects and plant diseases. Courses of study in entomology or plant pathology should give the student an appreciation of insects and microorganisms, their ecology, population dynamics, potential damage to plants and their products, and various considerations in control alternatives.

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