Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Host selection

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Shortcomings in the classic tests of candidate insects for the biocontrol of weedsDunn1973
Response of safflower cultivars to Puccinia jaceae collected from diffuse knapweed in eastern EuropeWatson1980
The role of phylogenetically young taxa in formation of new weeds: Coenotic regulation of the co-evolution of phytophagesKovalev1992
Host choice in the field in the genus Larinus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) attacking Onopordum and Cynara (Asteraceae)Sheppard1992
Are particular weeds more amendable to biological control?- A reanalysis of mode of reproduction and life historyChaboudez1992
Phylogeny: can it help us to understand host choice by biological weed control agents?Briese1996
Bionomy, seasonal incidence and influence of parasitoids of the field bindweed stem borer fly Melanagromyza albocilia (Diptera: Agromyzidae) in Slovakia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Toth2003
Which species of the thistle biocontrol agent Trichosirocalus are present in New Zealand?Groenteman2007
Refining methods to improve pre-release risk assessment of prospective agents: the case of Ceratapion basicorneSmith2007
Does phylogeny explain the host-choice behaviour of potential biological control agents for Brassicaceae weeds?Hinz2007
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