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Bibliographie über biologische Bekämpfung

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1.Allgemeine arbeiten über das gesamtgebiet 1.Travaux généraux 1.General papers

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Grundlagenarbeiten über die verwendung entomophager arthropoden recherches de base sur l'utilisation des arthropodes entomophages. fundamental research on the utilisation of entomophagous arthropods.

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Anwendung der biologischen bekämpfung mittels mikro-organismen Application de la lutte biologique par les micro-organismes Application of biological control by means of micro-organisms

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Vermischte arbeiten über verschiedene arthropodenfeinde Travaux variés sur divers ennemis des arthropodes Various papers on different enemies of arthropods Wirbeltiere Vertébrés Vertebrates

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Wirbellose ausser Arthropoden. Invertébrés sauf les arthropodes. Avertebrates except arthropods

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Cemeinsame Wirkung von Mikro- und Makroorganismen (z. B. Viren und entomophage Insekten). Action conjuguée des micro- et macro-organismes (par exemple virus et insectes entomophages). Joint effect of micro- and macroorganisms (e. g. virus and entomophagous insects)

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Biologische Bekämpfung von unkräutern. la lutte biologique contre les mauvaises herbes. biological control of weeds

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Kombination biologischer und chemischer verfahren gegen arthropoden. Combination des méthodes biologiques et chimiques contre les arthropodes. Integration of biological and chemical methods against arthropods

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  • J. Franz
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  1. 1.Institut für Biologische Schädlings-bekämpfungDarmstadt

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