|Plant Pathology and Crop Physiology Department|
|A418 Life Science Building
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Awards (last 5 years)
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Research Refereed Journals: (last 5 years)
Godoy, F. M. C., C. Overstreet, E. C. McGawley, D. M. Xavier, and M. T. Kularathna. 2016. A survey of Aphelenchoides besseyi on rice in Louisiana. Journal of Nematogy 48:324
Khanal, C., R. T. Robbins, C. Overstreet, and E. C. McGawley. 2015. Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) associated with soybean in Arkansas. Proceedings of the 2015 Southern Soybean Disease Workers, 11-12 March, 2015, Pensacola Beach, Florida. Page 19.
McGawley, E. C., C. Overstreet, and A. M. Skantar. 2016. Enhancedawareness of nematology: educational materials, extension activities and socialmedia. 2016. Journal of Nematology 48:349.
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Nematode problems associated with all crops grown in Louisiana particularly cotton. The areas that I am working on include developing better management programs, understanding the basic biology of nematodes for management exploitation, and innovative technologies such as site-specific management.
1988 Ph.D. Plant Pathology and Crop Physiology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
Dissertation Title: "The influence of Calonectria crotalariae on population developmnet of Heterodera glycines on resistant and susceptible soybean"
1978 M.S. Botany Department. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Thesis Title: Distribution, biology, and microscopy of nematophagous fungi in North Carolina agricultural soils
1975 B. S. Biology Department. University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Wilmington, NC