Joella C. Killian
Professor of Biology
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Mary Washington
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Ph. (540) 654-1418
Fax (540) 654-1081
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A. Education B. General Areas of Interest

Dr. Killian's research activities have centered in recent years on mating disruption research in orchards and vineyards in Virginia. Insects studied in this regard are codling moth, leafrollers and dogwood borer in apple, oriental fruit moth and lesser peachtree borer in peach, and grape berry moth in grape. Earlier projects involved effects on ground cover management in peach orchards on catfacing injury at harvest. Other interests include monitoriing of water quality in the Rappahannock River. University web page.

C. Professional and honor societies

Entomological Society of America, Virginia State Horticultural Society, Virginia Association of Biological Educators, Association of Southeastern Biologists, Virginia Academy of Science, North Carolina Herpetological Society, Virginia Society of Ornithology

D. Selected Publications

E. Teaching Activities