Dr. Boo is with the Insect Physiology Laboratory, School of Agricultural Biotechnology, Seoul National University, Korea. He has broad research interests and has published studies on the composition of moth and aphid pheromones, physiological and genetic control of pheromone production, field application of synthetic pheromones in trapping, and chemically-mediated, predator-prey interactions in insects.
Dr. Jang is a scientist with the US Department of Agriculture and resides on the Island of Hawaii. Dr. Jang is an expert on trapping and attractants of economically important tephritid fruit fly pests. During the past few years, he has been a co-leader in an areawide pest management project against tephritid fruit flies in Hawaii.
Prof. Nishida is a Professor in the Graduate School of Agriculture, Laboratory of Chemical Ecology, Kyoto University. He serves on the editorial boards of several international journals, including Journal of Chemical Ecology and Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. Dr. Nishida's research focuses on insect-plant interactions, particularly oviposition stimulants of butterflies, chemical sequestration, and fruit fly pollination of orchids.
Dr. Shelly is a researcher with the US Department of Agriculture in Hawaii. His research focuses on behavioral and ecological aspects of economically important tephritid fruit fly pests. This photo was taken on the beach on Jeju Island, October 2005.
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