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    1. Edwards, SG; Seddon, B
      Mode of antagonism of Brevibacillus brevis against Botrytis cinerea in vitro

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Gram, WK; Sork, VL; Marquis, RJ; Renken, RB; Clawson, RL; Faaborg, J; Fantz, DK; Le Corff, J; Lill, J; Porneluzi, PA
      Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: A case study in a MissouriOzark forest

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    3. Packauskas, RJ; Schaefer, CW
      Clarification of some taxonomic problems in Anisoscelini and Leptoscelini (Hemiptera : Coreidae : Coreinae)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON
    4. Buckova, E; Bacigalova, K; Simonovicova, A; Frankova, E; Benkova, S
      Occurrence and abundance of microscopic fungi in floodplain forest soils

      EKOLOGIA-BRATISLAVA
    5. Palik, BJ; Goebel, PC; Kirkman, LK; West, L
      Using landscape hierarchies to guide restoration of disturbed ecosystems

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    6. Okigbo, RN; Ikediugwu, FEO
      Studies on biological control of postharvest rot in yams (Dioscorea spp.) using Trichoderma viride

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    7. Etebarian, HR; Scott, ES; Wicks, TJ
      Trichoderma harzianum T39 and T-virens DAR 74290 as potential biological control agents for phytophthora erythroseptica

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    8. Witte, JPM; Van der Meijden, R
      Mapping ecosystem types by means of ecological species groups

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    9. Silva, JC; Kidwell, MG
      Horizontal transfer and selection in the evolution of P elements

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    10. Alder, D; Silva, JNM
      An empirical cohort model for management of Terra Firme forests in the Brazilian Amazon

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    11. Dierschke, H
      Phenological phases and phenological species groups of mesic beech forestsand their suitability for climatological monitoring

      PHYTOCOENOLOGIA
    12. Hofer, U; Bersier, LF; Borcard, D
      Ecotones and gradient as determinants of herpetofaunal community structurein the primary forest of Mount Kupe, Cameroon

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    13. Schmeisky, H; Podlacha, G
      Natural revegetation of saline waste dumps - drought tolerant specialists and halophytes

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    14. Keszler, A; Forgacs, E; Kotai, L; Vizcaino, JA; Monte, E; Garcia-Acha, I
      Separation and identification of volatile components in the fermentation broth of Trichoderma atroviride by solid-phase extraction and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHIC SCIENCE
    15. Treves, A
      Theory and method in studies of vigilance and aggregation

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    16. Regner, LP; Abdelhay, E; Rohde, C; Rodrigues, JJS; Valente, VLS
      Temperature-dependent gonadal hybrid dysgenesis in Drosophila willistoni

      GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Jutila, H
      Effect of grazing on the vegetation of shore meadows along the Bothnian Sea, Finland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    18. Varga, Z; Gyulai, P
      Taxonomy of the genus Ctenoceratoda Varga, 1992 (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) with the description of seven new species

      ACTA ZOOLOGICA ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM HUNGARICAE
    19. Aubert, J; Legal, L; Descimon, H; Michel, F
      Molecular phylogeny of swallowtail butterflies of the tribe Papilionini (Papilionidae, Lepidoptera)

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    20. Caterino, MS; Sperling, FAH
      Papilio phylogeny based on mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I and II genes

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    21. Crook, AC
      A quantitative analysis of the relationship between interspecific encounters, schooling behaviour and colouration in juvenile parrotfish (family scaridae)

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Schoeman, MW; Webber, JF; Dickinson, DJ
      The development of ideas in biological control applied to forest products

      INTERNATIONAL BIODETERIORATION & BIODEGRADATION
    23. Crook, AC
      Quantitative evidence for assortative schooling in a coral reef fish

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    24. Carter, M; Feeny, P; Haribal, M
      An oviposition stimulant for spicebush swallowtail butterfly, Papilio troilus, from leaves of Sassafras albidum

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    25. Roggy, JC; Prevost, MF
      Nitrogen-fixing legumes and silvigenesis in a rain forest in French Guiana: a taxonomic and ecological approach

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    26. Tsigenopoulos, CS; Karakousis, Y; Berrebi, P
      The North Mediterranean Barbus lineage: phylogenetic hypotheses and taxonomic implications based on allozyme data

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    27. Hofer, U; Bersier, LF; Borcard, D
      Spatial organization of a herpetofauna on an elevational gradient revealedby null model tests

      ECOLOGY
    28. Varga, Z
      Sibling species and species-groups in the genus Chersotis Boisduval, 1840 (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae : Noctuinae) with description of two new species

      ACTA ZOOLOGICA ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM HUNGARICAE
    29. RODEN CM
      PERSISTENCE, EXTINCTION AND DIFFERENT SPECIES POOLS WITHIN THE FLORA OF LAKE ISLANDS IN WESTERN IRELAND

      Journal of biogeography
    30. Ospina-Torres, R
      Revision of the male genital morphology in Eulaema (Hymenoptera : Apidae)

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    31. QIAN XM; ELASHKER A; KOTTKE I; OBERWINKLER F
      STUDIES OF PATHOGENIC AND ANTAGONISTIC MICROFUNGAL POPULATIONS AND THEIR POTENTIAL INTERACTIONS IN THE MYCORRHIZOPLANE OF NORWAY SPRUCE (PICEA-ABIES (L.) KARST.) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L.) ON ACIDIFIED ANDLIMED PLOTS

      Plant and soil
    32. PABST RJ; SPIES TA
      DISTRIBUTION OF HERBS AND SHRUBS IN RELATION TO LANDFORM AND CANOPY COVER IN RIPARIAN FORESTS OF COASTAL OREGON

      Canadian journal of botany
    33. VANCLAY JK; GILLISON AN; KEENAN RJ
      USING PLANT FUNCTIONAL ATTRIBUTES TO QUANTIFY SITE PRODUCTIVITY AND GROWTH-PATTERNS IN MIXED FORESTS

      Forest ecology and management
    34. OLIVEIRA AT; CURI N; VILELA EA; CARVALHO DA
      TREE SPECIES DISTRIBUTION ALONG SOIL CATENAS IN A RIVERSIDE SEMIDECIDUOUS FOREST IN SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL

      Flora
    35. BRUELHEIDE H; JANDT U
      DEMARCATION OF COMMUNITIES IN LARGE DATAB ASES

      Phytocoenologia
    36. COONEY JM; VANNESTE JL; LAUREN DR; HILL RA
      QUANTITATIVE-DETERMINATION OF THE ANTIFUNGAL COMPOUND 6-PENTYL-ALPHA-PYRONE (6PAP) USING A SIMPLE PLATE BIOASSAY

      Letters in applied microbiology
    37. LIGGITT J; JENKINSON P; PARRY DW
      THE ROLE OF SAPROPHYTIC MICROFLORA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUSARIUM EARBLIGHT OF WINTER-WHEAT CAUSED BY FUSARIUM-CULMORUM

      Crop protection
    38. HARDIE SM; BUCHANANSMITH HM
      VIGILANCE IN SINGLE-SPECIES AND MIXED-SPECIES GROUPS OF TAMARINS (SAGUINUS-LABIATUS AND SAGUINUS-FUSCICOLLIS)

      International journal of primatology
    39. HIX DM; PEARCY JN
      FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF THE MARIETTA UNIT, WAYNE NATIONAL FOREST, SOUTHEASTERN OHIO - MULTIFACTOR CLASSIFICATION AND ANALYSIS

      Canadian journal of forest research
    40. GOMEZ I; CHET I; HERRERAESTRELLA A
      GENETIC DIVERSITY AND VEGETATIVE COMPATIBILITY AMONG TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM ISOLATES

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    41. COONEY JM; LAUREN DR; JENSEN DJ; PERRYMEYER LJ
      EFFECT OF HARVEST TIME, TEMPERATURE, LIGHT, AND SPORE INOCULUM CONCENTRATION ON 6-N-PENTYL-2H-PYRAN-2-ONE PRODUCTION BY TRICHODERMA SPP

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    42. COONEY JM; LAUREN DR; JENSEN DJ; PERRYMEYER LJ
      EFFECT OF SOLID SUBSTRATE, LIQUID SUPPLEMENT, AND HARVEST TIME ON 6-N-PENTYL-2H-PYRAN-2-ONE (6PAP) PRODUCTION BY TRICHODERMA SPP

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    43. ERRARD C; HEFETZ A
      LABEL FAMILIARITY AND DISCRIMINATORY ABILITY OF ANTS REARED IN MIXED GROUPS

      Insectes sociaux
    44. BRUELHEIDE H
      USING FORMAL LOGIC TO CLASSIFY VEGETATION

      Folia geobotanica et phytotaxonomica
    45. MICHALIKOVA A; MICHRINA J
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF FUSARIUM FOOT ROT IN WHEAT SEEDLINGS BY TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM

      BIOLOGIA
    46. SCHOEMAN MW; WEBBER JF; DICKINSON DJ
      THE EFFECT OF DIFFUSIBLE METABOLITES OF TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM ON IN-VITRO INTERACTIONS BETWEEN BASIDIOMYCETE ISOLATES AT 2 DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE REGIMES

      Mycological research
    47. CLIQUET S; SCHEFFER RJ
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF DAMPING-OFF CAUSED BY PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM AND RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI USING TRICHODERMA SPP APPLIED AS INDUSTRIAL FILM COATINGS ON SEEDS - BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF DAMPING-OFF

      European journal of plant pathology
    48. BANKOLE SA; ADEBANJO A
      BIOCONTROL OF BROWN BLOTCH OF COWPEA CAUSED BY COLLETOTRICHUM-TRUNCATUM WITH TRICHODERMA-VIRIDE

      Crop protection
    49. TUROCZI G; FEKETE C; KERENYI Z; NAGY R; POMAZI A; HORNOK L
      BIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF POTENTIAL BIOCONTROL STRAINS OF TRICHODERMA

      Journal of basic microbiology
    50. PERES CA
      FOOD PATCH STRUCTURE AND PLANT RESOURCE PARTITIONING IN INTERSPECIFICASSOCIATIONS OF AMAZONIAN TAMARINS

      International journal of primatology
    51. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      MIXED-SPECIES PRIMATE GROUPS IN THE KIBALE FOREST - ECOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS ON ASSOCIATION

      International journal of primatology
    52. JOCHIMSEN MEA
      RECLAMATION OF COLLIERY MINE SPOIL FOUNDED ON NATURAL SUCCESSION

      Water, air and soil pollution
    53. SILVABENAVIDES AM
      THE USE OF WATER CHEMISTRY AND BENTHIC DIATOM COMMUNITIES FOR QUALIFICATION OF A POLLUTED TROPICAL RIVER IN COSTA-RICA

      Revista de biologia tropical
    54. HODGE MA; UETZ GW
      FORAGING ADVANTAGES OF MIXED-SPECIES ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOLITARY ANDCOLONIAL ORB-WEAVING SPIDERS

      Oecologia
    55. YANG LF; ARMITAGE BJ
      THE GENUS GOERA (TRICHOPTERA, GOERIDAE) IN CHINA

      Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington
    56. VASSEUR V; VANMONTAGU M; GOLDMAN GH
      TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM GENES INDUCED DURING GROWTH ON RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI CELL-WALLS

      Microbiology
    57. NELSON EE; PEARCE MH; MALAJCZUK N
      EFFECTS OF TRICHODERMA SPP AND AMMONIUM SULFAMATE ON ESTABLISHMENT OFARMILLARIA-LUTEOBUBALINA ON STUMPS OF EUCALYPTUS-DIVERSICOLOR

      Mycological research
    58. BEALE RE; PITT D
      THE ANTIFUNGAL PROPERTIES OF MINIMEDUSA-POLYSPORA

      Mycological research
    59. CHAMBERS SM; SCOTT ES
      IN-VITRO ANTAGONISM OF PHYTOPHTHORA-CINNAMOMI AND P-CITRICOLA BY ISOLATES OF TRICHODERMA SPP AND GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS

      Journal of phytopathology
    60. ORLIKOWSKI LB
      STUDIES ON THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA-CRYPTOGEA PETHYBR ET LAFF .2. EFFECTIVENESS OF TRICHODERMA AND GLIOCLADIUM SPP IN THE CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA FOOT ROT OF GERBERA

      Journal of phytopathology
    61. DICKINSON JM; HANSON JR; TRUNEH A
      METABOLITES OF SOME BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENTS

      Pesticide science
    62. HORVATH EM; BURGEL JL; MESSNER K
      THE PRODUCTION OF SOLUBLE ANTIFUNGAL METABOLITES BY THE BIOCONTROL FUNGUS TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM IN CONNECTION WITH THE FORMATION OF CONIDIOSPORES

      Material und Organismen
    63. VIENNE C; SOROKER V; HEFETZ A
      CONGRUENCY OF HYDROCARBON PATTERNS IN HETEROSPECIFIC GROUPS OF ANTS -TRANSFER AND OR BIOSYNTHESIS/

      Insectes sociaux
    64. TOKIMOTO K; KOMATSU M
      SELECTION AND BREEDING OF SHIITAKE STRAINS RESISTANT TO TRICHODERMA SPP

      Canadian journal of botany
    65. WORASATIT N; SIVASITHAMPARAM K; GHISALBERTI EL; ROWLAND C
      VARIATION IN PYRONE PRODUCTION, LYTIC ENZYMES AND CONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA ROOT-ROT OF WHEAT AMONG SINGLE-SPORE ISOLATES OF TRICHODERMA-KONINGII

      Mycological research
    66. SCARSELLETTI R; FAULL JL
      IN-VITRO ACTIVITY OF 6-PENTYL-ALPHA-PYRONE, A METABOLITE OF TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM, IN THE INHIBITION OF RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AND FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM F-SP LYCOPERSICI

      Mycological research
    67. ERRARD C
      DEVELOPMENT OF INTERSPECIFIC RECOGNITION BEHAVIOR IN THE ANTS MANICA-RUBIDA AND FORMICA-SELYSI (HYMENOPTERA, FORMICIDAE) REARED IN MIXED-SPECIES GROUPS

      Journal of insect behavior
    68. SCHIRMBOCK M; LORITO M; WANG YL; HAYES CK; ARISANATAC I; SCALA F; HARMAN GE; KUBICEK CP
      PARALLEL FORMATION AND SYNERGISM OF HYDROLYTIC ENZYMES AND PEPTAIBOL ANTIBIOTICS, MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE ANTAGONISTIC ACTION OF TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM AGAINST PHYTOPATHOGENIC FUNGI

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    69. ASKES DJ; LAING MD
      THE IN-VITRO SCREENING OF 118 TRICHODERMA ISOLATES FOR ANTAGONISM TO RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AND AN EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL SITES OF TRICHODERMA AS SOURCES OF AGGRESSIVE STRAINS

      Plant and soil
    70. CARSOLIO C; GUTIERREZ A; JIMENEZ B; VANMONTAGU M; HERRERAESTRELLA A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ECH-42, A TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM ENDOCHITINASE GENE EXPRESSED DURING MYCOPARASITISM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. SHANKAR M; KURTBOKE DI; GILLESPIESASSE LMJ; ROWLAND CY; SIVASITHAMPARAM K
      POSSIBLE ROLES OF COMPETITION FOR THIAMINE, PRODUCTION OF INHIBITORY COMPOUNDS, AND HYPHAL INTERACTIONS IN SUPPRESSION OF THE TAKE-ALL FUNGUS BY A STERILE RED FUNGUS

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    72. ELAD Y; KIRSHNER B
      SURVIVAL IN THE PHYLLOPLANE OF AN INTRODUCED BIOCONTROL AGENT (TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM) AND POPULATIONS OF THE PLANT PATHOGEN BOTRYTIS-CINEREA AS MODIFIED BY ABIOTIC CONDITIONS

      Phytoparasitica
    73. PANDEY RR; ARORA DK; DUBEY RC
      ANTAGONISTIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FUNGAL PATHOGENS AND PHYLLOPLANE FUNGI OF GUAVA

      Mycopathologia
    74. DEACON JW; BERRY LA
      BIOCONTROL OF SOIL-BORNE PLANT-PATHOGENS - CONCEPTS AND THEIR APPLICATION

      Pesticide science
    75. PERES CA
      ANTI-PREDATION BENEFITS IN A MIXED-SPECIES GROUP OF AMAZONIAN TAMARINS

      Folia primatologica
    76. YANG D; PLANTE F; BERNIER L; PICHE Y; DESSUREAULT M; LAFLAMME G; OUELLETTE GB
      EVALUATION OF A FUNGAL ANTAGONIST, PHAEOTHECA-DIMORPHOSPORA, FOR BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF TREE DISEASES

      Canadian journal of botany


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