Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Lead Author Last Name: Hasan

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Possibilities of co-operation - Introduction to the subjectHasan, S.1969
The powdery mildews potential biological control agents of Skeleton weed, Chondrilla juncea L.Hasan, S.1971
Host specialization in Chondrilla fungiHasan, S.1971
Plant pathogens and the biological control of some important weeds occurring in the Mediterranean regionHasan, S.1973
Xanthium rust as a possible biological control agent of bathurst and noogoora burrs in AustraliaHasan, S.1973
Studies of new organisms in Iran for the biological control of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea)Hasan, S.1973
Present status and prospects of the program in Europe for the microbiological control of Australian weedsHasan, S.1980
Prospects for biological control of Heliotropium europaeum by fungal pathogensHasan, S.1984
Search in Greece and Turkey for Puccinia chondrillina strains suitable to Australian forms of skeleton weedHasan, S.1984
Field experiment with the European knapweed rust (Puccinia jaceae) on safflower, sweet sultan and bachelor's buttonHasan, S.1988
Host-specificity of Uromyces heliotropii, a fungal agent for the biological control of common heliotrope (Heliotropium europaeum) in Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Hasan, S.1992
Isozyme patterns and susceptibility of North American forms of Chondrilla juncea to European strains of the rust fungus Puccinia chondrillinaHasan, S.1992
Entyloma hieracii and Puccinia hieracii, two promising pathogens for the biological control of Hieracium spp. (Asteraceae, hawkweeds) in North AmericaHasan, S.1996
The possible control of Skeleton weed, Chondrilla juncea L., using Puccinia chondrillina Bubak & Syd.Hasan, Sirajul1969
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