Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Risk analysis

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Risk assessment of Puccinia jaceae for biological control of starthistles and knapweeds (ABSTRACT ONLY)Shishkoff1992
Indigenous plant pathogens in evaluation of foreign biological control candidates in the United States of AmericaBruckart1996
Assessing the Risk to Neptunia oleracea Lour. by the Moth, Neurostrota gunniella (Busck), a Biological Control Agent for Mimosa pigra L.Forno1999
Are mono-specific agents necessarily safe? The need for pre-release assessment of probable impact of candidate biocontrol agents, with some examplesBalciunas2003
Safety in New Zealand weed biocontrol: a retrospective analysis of host-specificity testing and the predictability of impacts on non-target plantsFowler2003
Risk assessment of Gratiana boliviana (Chrysomelidae), a potential biocontrol agent of tropical soda apple, Solanum viarum (Solanaceae) in the USAMedal2003
Risk analysis of recent cases of non-target attack by potential biocontrol agents in QueenslandPalmer2003
The nature of risk from biological control (ABSTRACT ONLY)Delfosse2003
Assessing the risks associated with the release of a flower bud weevil, Anthonomus santacruzi, against the invasive tree Solanum mauritianum in South Africa (ABSTRACT ONLY)Olckers2003
A global review of risk-cost-benefit assessments for introductions of biological control agents against weeds: a crisis in the making? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sheppard2003
Novel approaches for risk assessment: feasibility studies on temporary reversible releases of biocontrol agents (ABSTRACT ONLY)Cuda2007
Predicting risk and benefit a priori in weed biological control: a systems modelling approach (ABSTRACT ONLY)Raghu2007
Comparative risk assessment of Linaria dalmatica and L. vulgaris biological control (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sing2007
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