Symposium: How to improve the efficiency of biological control agents?
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The development of biological control methods for exotic invasive pest species has become more challenging, in part due to restrictions imposed by the Nagoya protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing. There is thus a strong need to improve the performance of existing as well as new biological control agents. It requires investigation into the amount of inter- and intra-specific variation for biocontrol traits, determination of the environmental and genetic factors shaping this variation, and exploitation of this variation in breeding programs. This symposium focuses on methodology to improve biol
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