Louis E. Jackai

TitleProfessor

DepartmentNatural Resources and Environmental Design

Phone336-285-4837

Fax336-334-7844

Emaillejackai@ncat.edu

OfficeCarver Hall
Room: 238

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Louis E. Jackai

Education

Ph D: Entomology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1978

MS: Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Superior, 1974

BS: Zoology-Botany, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana,


Research Interests

Integrated Pest Management; Host Plant Resistance; Insect Behavioral and Nutritional Ecology; Post-Harvest Protection Agriculture; Alternative approaches to Pesticides in Sustainable Agriculture


Recent Publications

Dingha, Beatrice  Jackai, Louis  (2016).  Integrated Pest Management of the German cockroach (Blattodea: Blattellidae) in manufactured homes in rural North Carolina..  (4,  99,  pp. 587-592).  Florida Entomoglogist.

Flanery, Matthew  Sintim, Henry  Dingha, Beatrice   Jackai, Louis  (2016).  Laboratory evaluation of the use of biorational and low risk insecticide mixtures in the management of diamondback moth larvae.  (2A,  6,  pp. 76-91).  Journal of Agriculture Science and Technology A..

Adjei-Fremah, Sarah  Jackai, Louis  Schimmel, Keith  Worku, Mulumebet  (2016).  Microarray analysis of the effect of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) phenolic extract in bovine peripheral blood..  (1,  pp. 1-7).  Journal of Applied Animal Research.

Adjei-Fremah, Sarah  Jackai, Louis  Schimmel, Keith  Worku, Mulumebet  (2016).  Immunomodulatory activities of polyphenol extract from cowpea on bovine polymorphonuclear neutrophils.  (supplement 5,  94,  pp. 86-87).   Journal of Animal Science.

Dingha, Beatrice  Jackai, Louis  (2016).  Laboratory Rearing of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) and the impact of single and combination of food substrates on development and survival..   Canadian Entomology.

Adjei-Fremah, Sarah  Asiamah, Emmanuel  Ekwemalor, Kingsley  Jackai, Louis  Schimmel, Keith  Worku, Mulumebet  (2016).  Modulation of bovine WNT Signalling genes by Cowpea phenolic extracts in vitro.  (3,  8,  pp. 21-35).  Journal of Agricultural Science.