Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Center



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Bottom-Up Effects on Top-Down Regulation of a Floating Aquatic Plant by Two Weevil Species: The Context-Specific Nature of Biological Control2013
Fergusonina turneri/Fergusobia quinquenerviae (Diptera: Fergusoninidae/Nematoda: Tylenchida: Sphaerulariidae), a Bud-Gall Fly and its Obligate Nematode Released for the Australian Paperbark Tree, Melaleuca quinquenervia2013
Biological control of Melaleuca quinquenervia: goal-based assessment of successCenter, T.D.2007
The consequences of feeding by phytophagous insects on the phenology of waterhyacinths (ABSTRACT)Center, Ted D.1973
Biological control and its effect on production and survival of waterhyacinth leavesCenter, Ted D.1980
Leaf life tables: A viable method for assessing sublethal effects of herbivory on waterhyacinth shootsCenter, Ted D.1984
Biological control of aquatic and wetland weeds in the southeastern United StatesCenter, Ted D.1988
A comparison of waterhyacinth and waterlettuce: Growth strategies and biological control in the United States (ABSTRACT ONLY)Center, Ted D.1992
The effects of augmented water hyacinth weevil (Neochetina eichhorniae) populations on water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) mat expansion rates (ABSTRACT ONLY)Center, Ted D.1996
Competition experiments for pre-release evaluation of the potential efficacy of new biological control agents (ABSTRACT ONLY)Center, Ted D.2003
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