Mississippi State University

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Locations

  1. Research Centers

    1. Clay Lyle Entomology Lab

      Clay Lyle Entomology Lab

       

      The Clay Lyle Entomology Complex was built in 1971, and principally houses entomology faculty; although additional faculty and staff from the Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology are housed here as well. Clay Lyle is home to the Mississippi Entomological Museum. The museum’s collection contains more than 1,000,000 pinned specimens, and more than 35,000 are being added annually. The MSU Insect Rearing Center is housed in the basement of the Clay Lyle Building. The MSU Electron Microscope Center is also housed in the basement of the Clay Lyle building and serves as an important resource for research and education in scanning and transmission electron microscopy.

       

      Mississippi Entomological Museum - http://mississippientomologicalmuseum.org.msstate.edu/

      Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology,

       

      Entomology and Plant Pathology – http://biochemistry.msstate.edu

       

      Insect Rearing Center - http://www.irc.entomology.msstate.edu/workshop/

       

      College of Agriculture and Life Sciences – http://www.cals.msstate.edu

       

      Electron Microscope Center

       

      100 Old Hwy. 12

      GEO: 33.453831; -88.801664