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Gregg Dieringer

Gregg Dieringer



2653 Garrett-Strong


660.562.1188 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2002


Biology Graduate Coordinator


  • Ph.D.; University of Texas
  • M.S.; University of Akron
  • B.S.; University of Akron

Courses Taught

  • General Biology
  • Methods in Plant and Animal Ecology
  • Entomology

Academic Interests

  • Plant Reproduction
  • Pollination Biology
  • Plant- Insect Interactions

Scholarly Activity

  • Dieringer, G. and L. Cabrera R.. 2017 Pollination and Reproductive Biology in a Hill Prairie Populations of Nathocalais cuspidate (Asteraceae: Cichoriea). American Midland Naturalists 177:289-298.
  • Dieringer, G., L. Cabrera R., and M. Mottaleb. 2014. Ecological relationship between floral thermogenesis and pollination in Nelumbo lutea (Nelumbonaceae). American Journal of Botany 101: 357-364.  doi:10.3732/ajb.1300370
  • Dieringer, G., L. Cabrera R., and J. García-Franco. 2005. Polinización en el Bosque Mesófilo, pp. 158-171.  In: Historia Natural de la Reserva de la Biosfera El Cielo, Tamaulipas, México, G. Sanchez, P. Reyes-Castillo, and R. Dirzo (eds.), Instituto de Ecología y Alimentos, Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, Tamaulipas, México. Printed in Hong Kong.
  • Little, K. J.*, G. Dieringer, and M. Romano. 2005. Pollination ecology, genetic diversity, and selection on nectar spur length in Platanthera lacera (Orchidaceae). Plant Species Biology 20: 185-192.

Other Professional Experiences

  • Extensive field experience in United States Midwest and central Mexico
  • Member Botanical Society of America