New Hybrid Termite in South Florida an Interview with Dr. Nam Yao Su
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My guest is Dr Nan Yao Su Professor of Entomology at the University of Florida Department of Entomology and Nematology Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center. We will be disusing his article “Hybridization of Two Major Termite Invaders as a Consequence of Human Activity”
Dr. Su is a distinguished professor mentioned in over 300 referred and non referred scholarly and scientific article, he has been involved in 7 international activities including Chief Technical dvisor for Termite IPM in China. A World Bank project for elimination of persistent organic pollutants. Ministry of Environmental Protection, People’s Republic of China. 2007 – 2011. 15 books Su, N.-Y. and M. Lees. 2009. Biological activities of a bait toxicant for population management of subterranean termites. In. C. Perterson & D. Stout [eds.], pp. 87-96, Household, Structural and Residential Pest Management. Oxford University Press, NY. just to name one.
Dr. Su has 19 many distinct honors and awards including International Fellow, University of Florida, Inst. Food & Agric. Sci., 2012., Charter Fellow, National Academy of Inventors, 2012, honors and awards include Nan-Yao Su Desmodium Fund, International Center of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), Nairobi, Kenya, And as if that weren’t enough he has been inducted in the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame for his invention of the Sentricon® system for termite colony elimination. http://www.sentricon.com/
He is right up there with Henry Ford and Robert Cade the inventor of Gatorade. Dr. Su’s Induction into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame http://www.floridainvents.org/2015-inductees/
Se Dr. Su’s Personal Page http://flrec.ifas.ufl.edu/su/
See the full article Hybridization of Two Major Termite Invaders as a Consequence of Human Activity in PLOS One http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0120745