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    • Application of entomopathogenic nematode-infected cadavars from hard-bodied arthropods for insect suppression 

      Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; The United States as represented by the Secretary of the Airforce; Lewis, Edwin E.; Shapiro-Ilan, David I.; Tedders, W. Louis (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2008-05-20)
      Pesticidal and/or antimicrobial biological agent-infected hard-bodied arthropod cadavers, such as from the family Tenebrionidae are used to control pest and/or microbial infestations in agriculture, commercial and urban ...
    • Formulated arthropod cadavers for pest suppression 

      The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture; Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; McGuire, Michael R.; Behle, Robert W.; Shapiro, David I.; Lewis, Edwin E. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2003-02-25)
      Pesticidal and/or antimicrobial biological agent-infected arthropod cadavers are formulated by applying a coating agent once on the surface of the cadaver which either (a) prevents the cadavers from sticking together and/or ...
    • Non-obligate predatory bacterium Burkholderia casidae and uses thereof 

      Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; Casida, Jr., Lester Earl; Falkinham, III, Joseph O.; Cain, Cody Christopher (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2004-02-10)
      A novel predator bacterium Burkholderia casidae is disclosed. The invention is directed to the isolation and use of Burkholderia casidae to control microbial diseases of plants. The genetic, biochemical and physiological ...
    • Non-obligate predatory bacterium burkholderia casidaeand uses thereof 

      Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; The Penn State Research Foundation; Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; Casida, Jr., Lester Earl; Falkinham, III, Joseph O.; Cain, Cody Christopher (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2001-11-20)
      A novel predator bacterium Burkholderia casidae is disclosed. The invention is directed to the isolation and use of Burkholderia casidae to control microbial diseases of plants. The genetic, biochemical and physiological ...