Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Conflict of interest



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Conflict of interestDrea1971
Conflicting interests and the biological control of weedsAndres1980
New activities in biological control of weeds in Australia II. Echium plantagineum: curse or salvation?Delfosse1980
Conflicting interest and biological control of weedsTurner1984
Chemical, biological or natural control of Eurasian watermilfoil: A study in biopoliticsEdwards1984
Conflict of interest in CIBC biological control of weeds programsBennett1984
Echium plantagineum: Catalyst for conflict and change in AustraliaCullen1984
Echium plantagineum in Australia: Effects of a major conflict of interestDelfosse1984
Conflicts of interest over beneficial and undesirable aspects of Mesquite (Prosopis spp.) in the United States as related to biological controlDeLoach1984
Biological control of blackberries: Resolving a conflict in AustraliaField1984
Conflicts in the use of plant pathogens as biocontrol agents for weedsFreeman1984
Tactics for evading conflicts in the biological control of South African weedsNeser1984
Native plant considerations in the biological control of leafy spurgePemberton1984
Conflict of interest in biological control of weeds in New ZealandSyrett1984
Conflicts of interest in the use of grass carpvan Zon1984
The entomological role of weeds in agroecosystems: Implications in biological control of weeds and insects (ABSTRACT ONLY)Altieri1984
Echium in Australia: the conflict continues (ABSTRACT ONLY)Delfosse1988
Environmental protection procedures and the biological control programme against gorse in New ZealandHill1988
Apion miniatum (Coleoptera: Apionidae) and the Control of Emex australis (Polygonaceae): Conflicts of Interest and Non Target EffectsScott1999
Conflicts of interest associated with the biological control of weedsStanley2003
Simulated biological control of Hieracium pilosella at two sites in the Mackenzie Basin, New ZealandSyrett2003
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