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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Weeds - July 4-14, 1999

Edited by:
Neal RSpencer -
Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, U.S.A., 2000.

Session 7: Ecological Principals of Biological Control.

Refereed Papers

Ecological Principles of Biological Control: From Population Theory to Weed Biocontrol Practice.
     De Clerck-Floate Rand Bourchier R.

Oviposition Behavior of Insects Used in the Biological Control of Weeds.
     Cappuccino N.

Preliminary Results of the Screening of Euphorbia esula Pathogens Collected in Russia.
     Dolgovskaya M.Y., Podlipaev S.A., Reznik S.Y., Volkovitsh M.G., Pilgeram A.L., Sands D.C.

Ten Years of Scentless Chamomile: Prospects for the Biological Control of a Weed of

Cultivated Land.
     Hinz H.Land McClay A.

Predicting Non-Target Ecological Effects of Biological Control Agents: Evidence from Rhinocyllus conicus.
     Louda S.Mand Arnett A.E.

Why Reduced Seed Production is Not Necessarily Translated Into Successful Biological Weed Control.
     Myers J.Hand Risley C.

Host Plant Resource Quality, Insect Herbivores and Biocontrol.
     Price P.W.



Abstracts

Biological Control of Indigenous Weeds with Indigenous Insects: Cirsium arvense as a Model.
     Bacher S.

Prospects of Septoria cirsii as a Biocontrol Agent Against Cirsium arvense.
     Berestetsky A.

Evaluating the Efficiency and Agent Prioritisation Tools.
     Böttcher Sand Lonsdale W.M.

A New Microbiological Concept for Weed Control.
     Caesar-TonThat T.Cand Cochran V.L.

Weed Phenology: Models and Applications.
     Forcella F.

Broomrapes (Orobanche spp.) are Excellent Candidates for Imposing Biological Weed

Control Methods.
     Ghosheh H.Zand Hameed K.M.

The Reponse of Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) to Herbivory by Leaf-Feeding Beetles: Can Gas Exchange Measurements Be Used to Predict Herbivore Impact?
     Hunt T.Rand Blossey B.

Epidemic Spread of a Rust Fungus in a Weed Population.
     Kolnaar R.W.

Weed Biocontrol as an Invasion Process.
     McEvoy P., Grevstad F.S., Schooler S., Schat M., Coombs E.M.

How to Favour a Rust Fungus to Reduce a Weed Population.
     Müller-Schärer Hand Frantzen J.

Supercooling Capacity of Urophora affinis and Uquadrifasciata (Diptera: Tephritidae): Effect on Site, Time of Season, Differences among Plants, and Gall Density. Nowierski R.M., Fitzgerald B.C., McDermott G.J., Zeng Z.

INVADERS Weed Tracking and Alert System.
     Rice P.M.

Climate Matching between the Western United States and Eurasia to Target Foreign

Exploration for Natural Enemies of Spotted Knapweed.
     Rice P., Smith L., Toney C., Harrington M.

• Patch Size, Herbivore Dispersal, and Spatial Scale: Landscape Effects Promoting Herbivore Outbreaks.
     Roland Jand Bourchier R.

Seedling Establishment of Invasive and Non-Invasive Populations of Sulphur Cinquefoil, Potentilla recta L.
     Schaffner U.

Modelling the Population Interactions Between Echium plantagineum and the Crown Weevil Mogulones larvatus.
     Sheppard A., Rees M., Grigulis K.

Comparing Weed Vigour in Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Environments.
     Willis A.J. and Memmott J.

• Denotes Oral Presentations

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