His scientific interests lie mostly in Hermetia illucens, Ecology, Stratiomyidae, Larva and Animal science. His Hermetia illucens research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bioconversion, Livestock, Manure and Animal feed. Metagenomics is closely connected to Pyrosequencing in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Ecology.
His study focuses on the intersection of Stratiomyidae and fields such as Biological pest control with connections in the field of Escherichia coli, Biotechnology and Bacterial growth. His Larva study incorporates themes from Mating, Dry matter, Chicken manure and Colonization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pupa, Botany, Longevity, Soldier fly and Detritivore.
Jeffery K. Tomberlin mainly investigates Ecology, Larva, Hermetia illucens, Forensic entomology and Calliphoridae. Jeffery K. Tomberlin combines topics linked to Biological dispersal with his work on Ecology. His Pupa and Instar study, which is part of a larger body of work in Larva, is frequently linked to Tissue type, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Hermetia illucens study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stratiomyidae, Toxicology, Manure, Soldier fly and Animal science. His studies in Forensic entomology integrate themes in fields like Entomology, Calliphora vicina and Phormia regina. Jeffery K. Tomberlin has included themes like Veterinary medicine, Myiasis and Maggot in his Calliphoridae study.
Jeffery K. Tomberlin mostly deals with Hermetia illucens, Larva, Zoology, Stratiomyidae and Soldier fly. His Hermetia illucens research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Genetic diversity, Animal feed, Biomass, Manure and Biodegradable waste. The various areas that he examines in his Manure study include Muscidae, Musca, Animal waste, Nutrient and Animal science.
His research in Larva intersects with topics in Microbial population biology, Bacteria, Mycolactone and Toxicology. The Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Arthropod, Colonization and Calliphoridae. His study in Stratiomyidae is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Entomology, Heat shock protein, Life stage, Sperm and Insect.
His primary areas of study are Hermetia illucens, Soldier fly, Biomass, Larva and Manure. His Hermetia illucens research includes themes of Stratiomyidae, CRISPR, Biotechnology, Animal feed and Biodegradable waste. The concepts of his Soldier fly study are interwoven with issues in PEST analysis, Agroforestry and Crown.
His research on Biomass also deals with topics like
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Fly Prepupae as a Feedstuff for Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss
Sophie St-Hilaire;Craig Sheppard;Jeffery K Tomberlin;Stephen Irving.
Journal of The World Aquaculture Society (2007)
Rearing Methods for the Black Soldier Fly (Diptera: Stratiomyidae)
D. Craig Sheppard;Jeffery K. Tomberlin;John A. Joyce;Barbara C. Kiser.
Journal of Medical Entomology (2002)
Fish offal recycling by the black soldier fly produces a foodstuff high in omega-3 fatty acids
Sophie St-Hilaire;Katie Cranfill;Mark A. McGuire;Erin E. Mosley.
Journal of The World Aquaculture Society (2007)
Microbial volatile emissions as insect semiochemicals.
Thomas Seth Davis;Tawni L. Crippen;Richard W. Hofstetter;Jeffery K. Tomberlin.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2013)
Selected Life-History Traits of Black Soldier Flies (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) Reared on Three Artificial Diets
Jeffery K. Tomberlin;D. Craig Sheppard;John A. Joyce.
Annals of The Entomological Society of America (2002)
Development of black soldier fly (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) larvae fed dairy manure.
Heidi M. Myers;Jeffery K. Tomberlin;Barry D. Lambert;David Kattes.
Environmental Entomology (2008)
A roadmap for bridging basic and applied research in forensic entomology
J. K. Tomberlin;R. Mohr;M. E. Benbow;A. M. Tarone.
Annual Review of Entomology (2011)
Bioconversion of dairy manure by black soldier fly (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) for biodiesel and sugar production
Qing Li;Longyu Zheng;Longyu Zheng;Ning Qiu;Hao Cai.
Waste Management (2011)
Ability of Black Soldier Fly (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) Larvae to Recycle Food Waste
Trinh T. X. Nguyen;Jeffery K. Tomberlin;Sherah Vanlaerhoven.
Environmental Entomology (2015)
Sensory Analysis of Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Fed Enriched Black Soldier Fly Prepupae, Hermetia illucens
Wendy M. Sealey;T. Gibson Gaylord;Frederic T. Barrows;Jeffery K. Tomberlin.
Journal of The World Aquaculture Society (2011)
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