Suitability of pathogens for biological control.
Catalog ID: 35215
Great Lakes Forestry Centre
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Catalog ID: 35204
Implementation of biological control programs against forest pests.
Catalog ID: 35205
Current approach to biological control of forest insects. Part III.
Reeks, W.A.; Cameron, J.W.M.
Catalog ID: 35207
Insect pathogens and their potential for regulation of insect populations.
Catalog ID: 35206
Problems and prospects in the use of pathogens in insect control.
Catalog ID: 35208
The influence of environmental conditions on epizootics caused by entomagenous fungi.
MacLeod, D.M.; Cameron, J.W.M.; Soper, R.S.
Catalog ID: 35209
Factors affecting the use of microbial pathogens in insect control.
Catalog ID: 35213
How useful is the basic research program in insect pathology to economic entomology.
Catalog ID: 35212
The use of viruses in the control of some forest insects in Canada.
Catalog ID: 35210
Insect Disease Survey 1956-1957. Interium Report 1958-1.
Catalog ID: 35211
A survey of investigations on the diseases of insects.
Catalog ID: 35203
The reactions of the housefly, Musca domestica Linn., to light of different wave-lengths.
Catalog ID: 35214