Exploring the chemical ecology of multi-trophic interactions

Month: September 2018

Howdy!

Welcome to the Helms Lab website! Anjel Helms recently joined the Department of Entomology at Texas A&M University as an assistant professor of chemical ecology. The research in our lab focuses on chemically mediated interactions among plants, insect herbivores, and herbivore natural enemies. Some of our research interests include belowground chemical ecology, multi-trophic interactions, plant and insect defense strategies, and chemical communication.

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Helms Lab Summer 2018
John, Caroline, Anjel, and Allison

Helms Lab Improvements

As of April 2018 the Helms Lab has been hard at work getting set up in our new lab space in the Entomology Research Laboratory on the Texas A&M campus. Here are some photos of our progress.

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ERL building

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ERL greenhouses getting some TLC

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Inside the Helms Lab

 

 

 

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