Although insects have shown a remarkable ability to adapt to agroecosystems, the fields of evolution and agricultural entomology have remained widely separated. Research at the interface between evolution, genetics, and agricultural entomology can provide new insight on the evolutionary processes that contribute to insect adaptation to agroecosystems. The speakers will discuss historical processes that contribute to current patterns of insects in agriculture, rapid evolution of insects to agroecosystems, and new perspectives on how to manage insect adaptation.
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