Faculty, The Behavioral Plasticity Research Institute (BPRI)
Department of Entomology
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843
- Faculty, The Behavioral Plasticity Research Institute (BPRI)
- Professor and Charles R. Parencia Endowed Chair in Entomology, Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University
Greg Sword is a Professor in the Department of Entomology. His research is multidisciplinary, spanning topics in ecology, evolution, genetics and behavior of insects, and incorporates approaches ranging from molecular biology to landscape ecology. Lab web site.
Cullon, D. A., A. J. Cease, A. V. Latchininsky, A. Ayali, K. Berry, J. Buhl, R. De Keyser, B. Foquet, J. C. Hadrich, T. Matcheson, S. R. Ott, M. A. Poot-Pech, B. E. Robinson, J. M. Smith, H. Song, G. A. Sword, J. Vanden Broeck, R. Verdonck, H. Verlinden and S. M. Rogerts. 2017. From molecules to management: Mechanisms and consequences of locust phase polyphenism. Pp. 169-261 In: Verlinden, H. ed., Insect Epigenetics. Vol 53. Elsevier, Ltd. ISBN: 978-0-12-811833-7 .