Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


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Subjects
Agent effectiveness
Agent establishment
Agent interactions
Agent selection
Agents attacked, Indigenous predation
Alien pine tree
Alternative use of weeds
Annual grass-weeds
Aquatic and wetland weeds
Aquatic plant restoration
Assessing reproductive status
Assessment of potential agents
Association of agents
Attack by native insect
Attack on Sesamum indicum
Attack strategy
Bacterial communities
BC goals
BC insect pest
Beneficial uses for weeds
Berkheya spp.
Bioherbicide
Bioherbicide development
Bioherbicide evaluation
Biologically based weed management
Biology of agents
Biology of weed
Biomass reduction
Biosynthetic phenolic compound
Biotic interference
Captive-rearing of agents
Centrifugal phylogenetic method
Chemotaxonomic affinities
Classical biological control
Climate compatibility
Code of best practices
Collaboration on weed management
Commercial sales
Comparison of native and introduced agent populations
Comparison of two aquatic weeds
Competition and Coexistence
Computer databases
Conflict of interest
Control by plant competition and interaction
Control of Acacia saligna
Control of Acacia, South Africa
Control of crop weeds
Control of forest weeds
Control of indigenous plant
Control of Lambsquarters
Control of leafy spurge
Control of Old man's beard
Control of white pine blister rust
Correction to paper
Course on Biocontrol of tropical weeds
CSIRO European Laboratory
CSIRO Mexican Field Station
Demographic performance
Density-dependent larval mortality
Number of agents needed
Developing a strategy for doing weed BC
Development of cinnabar moth
Disperal and distribution
Distribution of new weed
Echium plantagineum program
Ecology principles of WBC
Economics of WBC
Ecotypes
Endangered native plants
Enhancements of effects
Environmental assessment
Enzyme polymorphisms
Eriophyoid mites
Euphorbia spp.
Eutrophication
Evaluating WBC projects
Extension service and WBC
Failure to control
Feral animal disturbance
Fire management and WBC
Fish introduced in Australia
Flow cyclometry studies
Future of WBC
Genetic analysis
Gorse mite introduction
Grass carp
Gratiana spadicea
Habitat analysis
Halting alien plant invasion
Herbicide impact
Hieracium, New Zealand
History of program
Host definition
Host plant/agent interaction
Host range
Host resistance
Host response to feeding
Host selection
Host shifting
Host specificity
Host testing
Ice nucleating agent
Impact and post release monitoring
Impact of agents
Implementation of a new program
Indigenous pathogens
Indirect impact of WBC
Insect fauna on Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Yugoslavia
Insect Pathogen and/or herbicide interation
Insect 'reserves' importance
Integrated control and management
International action
Interspecific competition
Inundative releases
Isozyme analysis
Julien's catalogue
Laboratory feeding test
Latin America and WBC
Ligustrum sp., La Reunion
Limitation of WBC in tropics
List of introduced insects prior 1965
List of target weeds
Management and spread
Management procedure for introduction
Mass collection for redistribution
Measure herbivore pressure
Melaleuca program
Mesquite in Kenya
Method for field data analysis
Microbial herbicide
Microbiological concept
Mimosa pigra
Modeling
Molecular characterization
Monitoring program
Mycobiota
Mycoherbicide
Natural areas and WBC
Natural dieback
Natural enemies
Naturalization patterns
New program
New Zealand
No-choice and choice assays
Non-target feeding
North American weeds from northeast Asia
Nuisance plant management
Nutrient-rich water
Nutrients limiting control
Opportunities for WBC
Opposition to WBC
Oregon, USA
Oviposition behavior of WBC agent
Pacific Island countries
Parasitic WBC agent
Parasitism of agent
Passiflora mollissima control
Pathogen
Pathogen efficacy
Perspective for BC of Lantana
Pest-enemy associations
Phytoflagellates, a new plant disease
Phytophagous insect communities
Pinpointing origin
Plant nutrition
Plant taxonomy and WBC
Population dynamics
Population structure and genetics, cpDNA phylogeography, Allelopathy
Post injection progress
Post release monitoring
Potential for biological control
Potential for control of poison ivy
Potential natural enemy and impact
Predicting effectiveness
Preliminary survey of natural enemies
Pre-release studies
Prioritizing WBC projects
Program of control
Promoting herbivore outbreaks
Prospects for biological control
Public engagement
Purple loosestrife
Quarantine evaluation
Ragwort control
Redistribution of agents
Re-evaluation of program
Release of agents
Relevance of seed kill
Remote sensing
Reproductive performance
Risk analysis
Role of a pathogen
Role of stress load
Romania, Potential for WBC
Rubber vine rust on Asclepiadaceae
Rumex spp.
Safety of biocontrol agents
Salsola diseases
Saltcedar control
Salvinia control
Salvinia molesta, Sri Lanka
Sampling strategies
Scoring system for suitability
Scotch broom
Searching behavior
Seasonal life history
Seed feeding agents
Selection of target weeds
Sequential impacts of multiple agents
Smooth tree pear cactus
Soda apple control
Spartina WBC
Standardizing pathogen screening
Status of new agent
Status of program
Storing of WBC agent
Strategy for Solanum mauritianum
Strawberry guava
Striga control
Striga hermonthica
Studies in North America
Study of natural enemies
Successful control
Supercooling capacity
Surfactant toxicity
Survey for agents
Survey for natural enemies
Synthetic congeners of phytotoxins
Tamarix control
Tansy ragwort flea beetle
Targeting native species
Technical Advisory Group for WBC
Technology transfer program
Test plant propagation by tissue culture
Theory and practice of biocontrol
Tracking population outbreaks
Tracking strains
Trap gardens
Unintended consequences
USDA laboratories
Use of species pairs
Use of surrogate herbivores
Vegetation problems
vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal
Virulence of heterokaryons
Water hyacinth control
WBC agent development
WBC as a public-interest science
WBC as an invasion process
WBC in Brazil
WBC in developing world
WBC in India
WBC legislation, Australia 1992
WBC of Privet
Weed ecology and impact
Weed growth suppression
Weed taxonomy
Weed tree management
Weeds of developing countries
Weeds of Virginia
Weedy sesbania - USA
Willow flycatcher/Saltcedar
Wool industry weeds, Australia 1992
Accidental introduction
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