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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Session 4: Role of Molecular Biology in Biological Control.
• Comparison of Genetic Diversity of the Weed Rubus alceifolius in its Introduced and Native Areas.
• Analysis of Bacterial Communities Associated with Insect Biological Control Agents using Molecular Techniques.
Pathogens On and Variation in Nasella trichotoma (Poales: Poaceae) in Australia.
Know Your Enemy: The Use of Molecular Ecology in the Onopordum Biological Control Project.
Using Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA Polymerase Chain Reaction (RAPD-PCR) to Match Natural Enemies to Their Host Plant.
• Amino Acid Excretion Enhancs Virulence of Bioherbicides.
• Molecular Markers for Monitoring Mycoherbicides.
Molecular Characterization of Phloeospora mimosae- pigrae Isolates from Different
Locations in Central and South America.
Post-Release Spread of Musk Thistle Rust Monitored from Virginia to California Using
DNA Sequence Information.
The Use of Molecular Techniques in the Classical Biological Control Programme against
an Invasive Ligustrum Species in La Réunion.
• Denotes Oral Presentations
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