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Greg J Hunt

Entomology 

  • Professor Emeritus

Awards & Honors

(2012) Chairman. Heartland Apiculture Society.

(2012) Invited participant, Scientific Advisory Panel for EPA Pollinator Risk Assessment Framework. Environmental Protection Agency.

(2012) University Faculty Scholar. Purdue University.

(2011) Chariman, Heartland Apiculture Society. Heartland Apiculture Society.

(2011) Invited Panelist for "An integrative understanding of the evolution of genomic imprinting". National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NEScent).

(2011) University Faculty Scholar. Purdue University.

(2010) Chariman, Heartland Apiculture Society. Heartland Apiculture Society.

(2010) University Faculty Scholar. Purdue University.

(2009) Appointed University Faculty Scholar. Purdue University.

(2009) Elected President. American Association of Professional Apiculturists.

Selected Publications

Hunt, G. J., & Given, K. (2017). Biology and Control of Varroa Mites in Bee Hives. Retrieved from https://extension.entm.purdue.edu/publications/POL-8/POL-8.html

Whitford, F., Steeger, T., Feken, M., Krupke, C. H., Hunt, G. J., Johnson, R., . . . Smith, K. L. (2017). The Complex Life of the Honey Bee. Retrieved from https://mdc.itap.purdue.edu/item.asp?Item_Number=PPP-116

Advances in Genomics and Epigenomics of Social Insects. (n.d.). . Lausanne: Frontiers in Genetics. doi:10.3389/978-2-88945-080-0

Shorter, J., Arechavaleta-Velasco, M., Robles-Rios, C., & Hunt, G. (2012). A genetic analysis of the stinging and guarding behaviors of the honey bee. Behavior Genetics, 42, 663-674. Retrieved from https://ag.purdue.edu/entm/pdfs/shocks%20QTL.pdf

Tsuruda, J., Arehavaleta-Velasco, M., Alcala-Escamilla, K., Roles-Rios, C., & Hunt, G. (2012). ASSESSING THE ROUTES AND LEVELS OF EXPOSURE OF HONEY BEES TO NEONICOTINOID SEED TREATMENTS IN THE MIDWEST. Proceedings of the American Bee Research Conference, 831.

Arechavaleta-Velasco, M., Alcala-Escamilla, K., Robles-Rios, C., Tsuruda, J., & Hunt, G. (2012). Fine-scale linkage mapping reveals a small set of candidate genes influencing honey bee grooming behavior in response to Varroa mites. PLOS ONE, 7(11), 7-Jan. Retrieved from https://ag.purdue.edu/entm/pdfs/2012-grooming.pdf

Cornman, R., Zimin, A., Hunt, G., Bourgeois, L., Elsik, C., & Evans, J. (2012). GENOMIC STUDIES OF VARROA DESTRUCTOR, A MAJOR PEST OF THE HONEY BEES, APIS MELLIFERA. Proceedings of the American Bee Research Conference, 828.

Tsuruda, J., Harris, J., Bourgeois, L., Danka, R., & Hunt, G. (2012). High-resolution linkage analyses to identify genes that influence Varroa sensitive hygiene behavior in honey bees. PLOS ONE, 7(11), 8-Jan. Retrieved from https://ag.purdue.edu/entm/pdfs/2012%20tsuruda%20et%20al%20VSH.pdf

Krupke, C., Hunt, G., Eitzer, B., Andino, G., & Given, K. (2012). Multiple routes of pesticide exposure for honey bees living near agricultural fields. PLOS ONE, 7(1), 8-Jan. Retrieved from https://ag.purdue.edu/entm/pdfs/2012-Krupke%20et%20al.pdf

Hunt, G., & Krupke, C. (2012). Neonicotinoid seed treatments and honey bee health. American Bee Journal, 152(9), 889-892.

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