Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Morin



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Learning from Experience: Two Weed Biological Control Programs with Rust Fungi Compared2013
Different countries, several bioherbicides, but always the same hurdles (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, L.1996
Infection process of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f.sp. malvae on Malvaceae weeds (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, L.1996
South African Rusts with Potential to Control Two Major Environmental Weeds in Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, L.1999
The Gloomy Future of the Broom Rust as a Biocontrol AgentMorin, L.1999
Release of additional strains of the rust, Phragmidium violaceum, to enhance blackberry biocontrol in Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, L.2007
Impact of the bridal creeper rust fungus, Puccinia myrsiphylli (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, L.2007
Routine use of molecular tools in Australian weed biological control programmes involving pathogens (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, L.2007
Biological control of the noogoora burr complex with naturally occurring fungi in Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, Louise1992
Potential of Fusarium tumidum as a bioherbicide to control gorse and broom in New Zealand (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, Louise1996
Rust epidemics, climate and control of Xanthium occidentaleMorin, Louise1996
Compatible interactions between the pathogen, weed and environment make the bridal creeper rust a successful biological control agent (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, Louise2003
Argentinean fungi for Bathurst burr fail preliminary host-specificity tests (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, Louise2003
Biological control of saffron thistle with fungi: limited prospects (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin, Louise2003
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