Symposium: Impacts of eco-evolutionary processes in biological control
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Evolution can be very rapid, and the interplay between ecological and evolutionary dynamics can alter population sizes, dispersal, and other crucial aspects of insect biology. The magnitude of such eco-evolutionary dynamics has become apparent through the results from a growing set of experimental studies. The implications of eco-evolutionary dynamics for biological control are just beginning to be understood. They could increase successful control but may make outcomes less predictable. We propose a symposium gathering scientists using both theoretical and empirical approaches, with both mode
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