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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 45, Number 4, November 2006

A scientific approach to agent selection
pp. 253-258(6)
Authors: van Klinken, Rieks D; Raghu, S

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Strategies for the biological control of invasive willows (Salix spp.) in Australia
pp. 259-267(9)
Authors: Adair, Robin; Sagliocco, Jean-Louis; Bruzzese, Eligio

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Ecological studies to assess the efficacy of biological control on populations of alligator weed and lippia
pp. 272-275(4)
Authors: Schooler, Shon; Clech-Goods, CĂ©line; Julien, Mic

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Maximising the contribution of native-range studies towards the identification and prioritisation of weed biocontrol agents
pp. 276-286(11)
Authors: Goolsby, John A; van Klinken, Rieks D; Palmer, William A

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Selection of biological control agents for bridal creeper: a retrospective review
pp. 287-291(5)
Authors: Morin, Louise; Edwards, Penelope B

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Use of CLIMEX modelling to identify prospective areas for exploration to find new biological control agents for prickly acacia
pp. 298-302(5)
Authors: Senaratne, K A D Wilmot; Palmer, William A; Sutherst, Robert W

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Predicting the response of Cabomba caroliniana populations to biological control agent damage
pp. 327-330(4)
Authors: Schooler, Shon; Julien, Mic; Walsh, Guillermo C

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Referees
pp. 366-366(1)

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Author Index
pp. 367-367(1)

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Subject Index
pp. 368-372(5)

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