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Stephen Teale

Stephen A. Teale
Professor

151 Illick Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-6758

Email: sateale@esf.edu

Research

General research interests concern forest entomology, chemical ecology, pheromones of forest insects, invasive species, evolution of pheromone communication.

Publications in the Last Five Years

Cale, J.A., S.A. Teale, J.L. West, L.I. Zhang, D.R. Castello, P. Devlin and J.D. Castello. 2014. A Quantitative Index of Forest Structural Sustainability. Forests 5(7), 1618-1634. doi:10.3390/f5071618

Cale, J.A., Ashby, A.W., West, J.L., Teale, S.A., Johnston, M.T., Castello, J.D. (2014) Scale insects, decay, and canker fungi in American Beech. Forest Pathology (in press)

Pajares, JA, G Álvarez, DR Hall, P Douglas, F Centeno, N Ibarra, M Schroeder, SA Teale, Z Wang, S Yan, JG Millar, LM Hanks. 2013. 2-(Undecyloxy)-ethanol is a major component of the male-produced aggregation pheromone of Monochamus sutor. Entomol Exp Appl. 149: 1570-7458.

Cale, JA, McNulty, SA, Teale, SA, Castello, JD. 2013. The impact of beech thickets on biodiversity. Biol. Invasions. 15: 699-706.

Fierke, MK, Skabeikis, DD, Millar, JD, Teale, SA, McElfresh, JS, Hanks, LM. 2012. Identification of a male-produced pheromone for Monochamus scutellatus scutellatus and Monochamus notatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 105: 2029-34

Brodie, BS, Wickham, JD, Teale SA. 2012. The relationship between maturation and contact pheromones for Monochamus Scutellatus, (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Can. Entomol. 144: 826–833

Wickham, JD,  Xu, Z, Teale, SA. 2012. Evidence for a female-produced, long range pheromone of Anoplophora glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Insect Science 19: 355–371.

Teale, S.A., J.D. Wickham, F. Zhang, J. Su, Y. Chen, W. Xiao, L.M. Hanks and J.G. Millar. 2011. A male-produced aggregation pheromone of Monochamus alternatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), a major vector of pine wood nematode. J. Econ. Entomol. 104(5):1592-1598.

Shumate, A.M., S.A. Teale, B.D. Ayres, M.P. Ayres. 2011. Disruptive Selection Maintains Variable Pheromone Blends in the Bark Beetle Ips piniEnvironmental Entomology 40:1530-1540.

Castello, J.D.and  S.A. Teale (Eds.). 2011. Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 384 pp.

Teale, S. A. and J. D. Castello. 2011. The Past as Key to the Future: A New Perspective on Forest Health. Pp. 3-16 In Castello, J.D.and  S.A. Teale (Eds.). 2011. Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 384 pp.

Castello, J.D., S.A. Teale and J.A. Cale 2011. How do we do it, and what does it mean? Pp. 50-78. In Castello, J.D.and  S.A. Teale (Eds.). 2011. Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 384 pp.

Teale, S.A. and J.D. Cstello. 2011 Regulators and terminators: the importance of biotic factors to a healthy forest. Pp. 81-114. In Castello, J.D.and  S.A. Teale (Eds.). 2011. Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 384 pp.

Parry, D. and S.A. Teale. 2011. Alien invasions: the effects of introduced species on forest structure and function. Pp. 115-162. In Castello, J.D.and  S.A. Teale (Eds.). 2011. Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 384 pp.

Castello, J.D. and S.A. Teale. 2011. What did we learn, and where does it leave us?: Concludng thoughts. P.p. 344-355. In Castello, J.D.and  S.A. Teale (Eds.). 2011. Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 384 pp.

Cale, J., S. Letkowski, S.A. Teale, J. Castello. 2011. Beech bark disesae: An evaluation of the predisposition hypothesis in an aftermath forest. Forest Pathology doi: 10.1111/j.1439-0329.2011.00722.x

Zhang, W., L.N. Calandra, L.J. Quackenbush, J. Im, and S.A. Teale. 2010.  Monitoring Scotch pine infested by Sirex noctilio using hyperspectral data: a laboratory study.  Proceedings of 2010 ASPRS Annual Conference. San Diego, CA.

Teale, S.A., S. Letkowski, G. Matusick, S.V. Stehman, and J.D. Castello. 2009. Quantitative, nondestructive assessment of beech scale (Hemiptera: Cryptococcidae) density using digital image analysis of wax masses. Environ. Entomol. 38: 1235-1240.

 


Current Graduate Advisees

Kristin DohertyKristin Doherty
kmdohert@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Teale
  • Area of Study: Entomology
  • Undergraduate Institute: SUNY-ESF (Biology)

Graduate Research Topic
Chemical attractants of Philornis downsi [Diptera: Muscidae], an invasive parasite of birds in the Galapagos Islands.


Hajar Faal-Mohammad-AliHajar Faal-Mohammad-Ali
hfaalmoh@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: PHD
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Teale
  • Area of Study: Entomology

Laura HansenLaura Hansen
lehans01@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: PHD
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Teale
  • Area of Study: Entomology

Alejandro Mieles GarcíaAlejandro Mieles García
aemieles@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: PHD
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Teale
  • Area of Study: Chemical Ecology
  • Undergraduate Institute: Universidad Técnica de Manabí (Biological Sciences)
  • Previous Graduate Study: Universidad Autónoma de Baja C (Management Science )

Philornis working group
Web Link

Chemical Ecology and Entomolog
Analysis of pheromones to control parasitic flies (Philornis downsi) in Galapagos Islands.

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Tian XuTian Xu
txu01@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: PHD
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Teale
  • Area of Study: Entomology
  • Previous Graduate Study: Nanjing Forestry University (Zoology )

Graduate Research Topic
Identification of female-produced pheromone in Asian Longhorn Beetle


Teaching

  • Entomology EFB 352 - Fall
  • Introduction to Chemical Ecology EFB 412/612 FCH 440
  • Insect Physiology EFB 570
  • Forest Health EFB 345 - Summer
  • Forest Entomology EFB 351
  • Peoples, Plagues, and Pests EFB 217

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