Ecological Interactions and Biological Control

By David A. Andow; David W. Ragsdale et al. | Go to book overview

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1.1 Proposed establishment criteria for the introduction of natural enemies to new habitats4
1.2 Possible criteria used for evaluating the success of a biological control agent5
1.3 Target arthropod species in cool temperature regions11
1.4 Host species for which no natural enemy species was established12
1.5 Insect biological control agent species released against a particular target weed18
1.6 Insects used in weed biological control programs in cool temperate regions19
1.7 Success of establishment and degree of target weed control by insect biological control agents and number of agents released per target host21
1.8 Introduction success and success of established agents to control the target weed22
2.1 Percent survival of nymphs, number of ovisacs per 500 cm of branch, number of eggs per ovisac, and percent of adelgid eggs killed by insect predators46
4.1 Field corn73
4.2 Fresh market sweet corn76
4.3 Seed corn78
4.4 Sensitivity analysis of technical improvements to Trichogramma79
5.1 Role of the public and private sectors in the development and commercialization of bioherbicides97
9.1 Relative fitness values for susceptible or resistant host plants compared with relative fitness of mixed host populations160
11.1 Time of emergence for selected parent and F1 Brassica populations grown in the greenhouse181

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