Applying molecular-based approaches to classical biological control of weeds

@article{Gaskin2011ApplyingMA,
  title={Applying molecular-based approaches to classical biological control of weeds},
  author={J. Gaskin and M. Bon and M. Cock and M. Cristofaro and A. D. Biase and R. Clerck-Floate and C. Ellison and H. Hinz and R. Hufbauer and M. Julien and R. Sforza},
  journal={Biological Control},
  year={2011},
  volume={58},
  pages={1-21}
}
The use of molecular techniques is rapidly growing as the tools have become more diverse and powerful, more widely available, and easier to implement. Molecular analyses are able to elucidate information about target weeds that is critical to improving control success, such as taxonomic clarification, evidence of hybridization and cryptic species, better development of test plant lists, population structure and origin of invasions. Similarly, molecular approaches can improve our knowledge of… Expand

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