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Laboratory of Bryony Bonning

Laboratory of Bryony Bonning
Insects pose a major threat to food production and to the health of plants, animals and humans as vectors of various disease agents. In the lab we examine the molecular interactions between viruses and insects, and between microbe-derived insect toxins and their receptors. Fundamental knowledge of these interactions is then used to optimize current insect pest management strategies and to develop novel environmentally benign solutions.

Pritchard Lab

Pritchard Lab
Dr. Pritchard has a shared appointment with ISU's Department of Natural Resources Ecology and Management, and the Department of Landscape Architecture. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor for both departments. James Pritchard teaches "Introduction to Renewable Resources," as well as courses in Natural Resource Policy, History, and Philosophy. As an environmental historian, he specializes in the history of our national parks, and the history of wildlife conservation & wildlife science. Dr.

Laboratory of Reuben Peters

Laboratory of Reuben Peters
Research in my group is centered on studies of diterpenoids. These form a large group of natural products, with over 12,000 already known. Notably, many (although certainly not all) of these diterpenoids are found in plants, where the requisite biosynthetic machinery for gibberellin phytohormones, particularly the relevant diterpene cyclases, provides a biosynthetic reservoir that appears to have been repeatedly drawn upon to evolve new such natural products, which we have termed labdane-related diterpenoids.

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