An Ecological and Societal Approach to Biological Control

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4320-8 (Print) 978-1-4020-4401-4 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XII

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    Pages 1-11

    CONCEPTS AND VISIONS OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL

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    Pages 13-25

    SOCIOECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL

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    Pages 27-46

    BIOLOGICAL CONTROL IN ORGANIC PRODUCTION: FIRST CHOICE OR LAST OPTION ?

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    Pages 47-64

    FOOD CONSUMPTION, RISK PERCEPTION AND ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

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    Pages 65-71

    EDUCATION IN BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL AT KVL

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    Pages 73-90

    IMPLEMENTATION OF BIOCONTROL AND IPM IN DUTCH HORTICULTURE

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    Pages 91-112

    BIOCONTROL IN PROTECTED CROPS: IS LACK OF BIODIVERSITY A LIMITING FACTOR?

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    Pages 123-144

    THE SOIL AS A RESERVOIR FOR ANTAGONISTS TO PLANT DISEASES

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    Pages 145-211

    THE SOIL AS A RESERVOIR FOR NATURAL ENEMIES OF PEST INSECTS AND MITES WITH EMPHASIS ON FUNGI AND NEMATODES

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    Pages 213-226

    DEGENERATION OF ENTOMOGENOUS FUNGI

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    Pages 227-245

    BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF MOSQUITOES: MANAGEMENT OF THE UPPER RHINE MOSQUITO POPULATION AS A MODEL PROGRAMME

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    Pages 247-255

    BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF SCARABS AND WEEVILS IN CHRISTMAS TREES AND GREENERY PLANTATIONS

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    Pages 257-274

    AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PLANT DISEASES AND WEEDS IN EUROPE

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    Pages 275-293

    POTENTIAL HEALTH PROBLEMS DUE TO EXPOSURE IN HANDLING AND USING BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS

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    Pages 295-309

    HARMONIA AXYRIDIS: A SUCCESSFUL BIOCONTROL AGENT OR AN INVASIVE THREAT?

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 311-322