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Biological Control of Plant Diseases Progress and Challenges for the Future by Tjamos, Papavizas and Cook :: The papers contained in this book were presented at a NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) held at Cape Sounion, Athens, Greece, 19-24 May, 1991. The twenty-eight more comprehensive papers represent the key subjects of the ARW covered by invited speakers. The thirty-four short papers presented in a research format are contributions of those invited to participate in the ARW. There was a total of 70 participants from 21 countries. The objectives of the ARW were as follows: to review current knowledge of biological control of plant diseases and plant parasitic nematodes, with emphasis on mechanisms at the molecular, cellular, organismal, and ecosystem level; to examine and expand on current concepts and synthesize new concepts; to identify and prioritize limitations in the use of biological control for plant diseases and nematodes and the scientific research needed to overcome these limitations; and to develop strategies for biological control through management of resident agents or introduction of natural or modified agents.
Biological Control of Plant Diseases Progress and Challenges for the Future by Tjamos, Papavizas and Cook
|Biological Control of Plant Diseases Progress and
Challenges for the Future
|E. C. Tjamos & G. C. Papavizas & R.J.Cook