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Mary Corp

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Biography

Mary is an Emeritus Professor with Oregon State University Department of Crop and Soil Science and has been with OSU since 1998. Mary is involved in Dryland Cropping Systems research and is Director of the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center near Pendleton, Oregon. Her work focuses on soil conservation, cereal variety selection, insect pests and weeds in small grains.

Content by Mary Corp

Collecting and Preserving Insects

Collecting insects can be a fun hobby, and is also an important step in IPM. The resources in this collection will help you learn how to find and collect insects and arthropods, then prepare them so that they can be useful for identification and research efforts.

Silvia I. Rondon, Mary Corp | Dec 2018 | Collection

Invasive Plants of Eastern Oregon and Alternative Natives and Ornamentals

When deciding upon which plants will be used in your garden or landscaping project it’s important to avoid selecting species that are considered invasive. This publication provides several examples of invasive plants for our area, specifically for zones 5 and 6 of the United States Department of Agriculture’s “hardiness zones” chart.

Mary Corp, Chris Luttrell | Aug 2010 | Publication

External Morphology

Information on external morphology of insects.

Silvia I. Rondon, Mary Corp | Mar 2010 | Educational Document

Phylum Arthropod

Member of the Phyllum Arthropoda can be found in the seas, in fresh water, on land, or even flying freely; a group with amazing differences of structure, and so abundant that all the other animals taken together are less than 1/6 as many as the arthropods. Well-known members of this group are the lobsters, crayfish and crabs; scorpions, spiders, mites, ticks, the centipedes and millipedes; and last, but not least, the most abundant of all, the insects. The Phylum Arthropods consist of the following classes: arachnids, chilopods, diplopods, crustaceans and hexapods (insects).

Silvia I. Rondon, Mary Corp | Mar 2010 | Educational Document

Basic Insect Classification

Basic Insect Classification Chart

Silvia I. Rondon, Mary Corp | Feb 2010 | Educational Document

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