Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Moran



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Arundo donax – Giant Reed2013
Effect of Nitrogen Addition on Population Establishment of the Arundo Armored Scale Rhizaspidiotus donacis2013
Rhizaspidiotus donacis (Hemiptera: Diaspididae), an Armored Scale Released for Biological Control of Giant Reed, Arundo donax2013
Prospects for biological control of Hieracium pilosella with the rust Puccinia hieracii var. piloselloidarum in New ZealandMoran, Louise1996
Plant-mediated interactions between Neochetina spp. weevils and the fungal pathogen Cercospora piaropi on Eichhornia crassipes (water hyacinth)Moran, Patrick J.2003
The biological control of Opuntia aurantiaca in South Africa: Evaluation and emerging control strategiesMoran, V.C.1980
The Silwood International Project on the biological control of weedsMoran, V.C.1984
The biological control of Cactaceae: Success ratings and the contribution of individual agent speciesMoran, V.C.1984
Should agents that attack native or other non-target plants be used for biological weed control? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Moran, V.C.1992
Should agents that attack native or other non-target plants be used for biological weed control?Moran, V.C.1992
Eighty years of weed biological control in South Africa: What have we learned? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Moran, V.C.1992
Biological Control of Alien, Invasive Pine Trees (Pinus species) in South AfricaMoran, V.C.1999
Politics and ecology in the management of alien invasive woody trees: the pivotal role of biological control agents that diminish seed productionMoran, V.C.2003
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