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BIOTIC INVASIONS: CAUSES, EPIDEMIOLOGY, GLOBAL CONSEQUENCES, AND CONTROL
TLDR
Given their current scale, biotic invasions have taken their place alongside human-driven atmospheric and oceanic alterations as major agents of global change and left unchecked, they will influence these other forces in profound but still unpredictable ways.
Parthenium hysterophorus: a review of its weed status and the possibilities for biological control.
The neotropical composite, Parthenium hysterophorus, has achieved major weed status in India and Australia within the past few decades. The reasons for its success as an alien invasive weed are
Atlas of Entomopathogenic Fungi
TLDR
This paper presents an illustrated catalog of Common Fungal Pathogens and their role in Ecology and Biology as well as a discussion of natural control and biological control.
Endophytes and mycoparasites associated with an indigenous forest tree, Theobroma gileri, in Ecuador and a preliminary assessment of their potential as biocontrol agents of cocoa diseases
The main constraint and continuing threat to cocoa production in Latin America is disease caused by two basidiomycete fungi belonging to the genus Crinipellis (Agaricales), both of which are
Phylogenetic-based nomenclatural proposals for Ophiocordycipitaceae (Hypocreales) with new combinations in Tolypocladium
TLDR
This work proposes to protect and to suppress names within Ophiocordycipitaceae, and to present taxonomic revisions in the genus Tolypocladium, based on rigorous and extensively sampled molecular phylogenetic analyses.
Entomogenous fungi in tropical forest ecosystems: an appraisal
  • H. Evans
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 February 1982
Abstract. 1. Species of the genus Cordyceps (Ascomycotina; Clavicipitales) are the commonest fungi encountered on arthropods in tropical forests.
A revision of Verticillium section Prostrata. V. The genus Pochonia, with notes on Rotiferophthora.
A part of the species formerly classified in Verticillium sect. Prostratu is unrelated to the majority subsumed in Lecanicillium on molecular grounds. Most species of this clade have conspicuous
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