Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Myers



ArticleLead AuthorYear
What can we learn from biological control failures?Myers, J.H.1999
Why Reduced Seed Production is Not Necessarily Translated Into Successful Biological Weed ControlMyers, J.H.1999
One agent is usually sufficient for successful biological control of weedsMyers, J.H.2007
Successful biological control of diffuse knapweed in British Columbia, Canada (ABSTRACT ONLY)Myers, J.H.2007
Biological control introductions as Grandiose field experiments: adaptations of the Cinnabar moth to new surroundingsMyers, Judith H.1973
Genetic and phenotypic variability, genetic variance, and the success of establishment of insect introductions for the biological control of weedsMyers, Judith H.1980
How many insect species are necessary for successful biocontrol of weeds?Myers, Judith H.1984
The ability of plants to compensate for insect attack: Why biological control of weeds with insects is so difficultMyers, Judith H.1988
Long-term studies and predictive models in the biological control of diffuse knapweedMyers, Judith H.1992
Adaptation of biological control agents: should we be worried? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Myers, Judith H.1996
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