volume 163, issue 3, P315-327 2017
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12578
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Sonja Eckard, Sven Bacher, Jürg Enkerli, Giselher Grabenweger

Abstract: A combined application of a biological control agent, such as an entomopathogenic fungus (EPF), with other means of pest control may lead to enhanced or more reliable efficacy of the biocontrol agent. Ideally, the combined components would interact synergistically, yielding significantly higher mortality of the target pest. The mode of such interactions is often unclear and particularly difficult to elucidate for soil-dwelling pests. Here, an efficient image analysis protocol was developed to study behavioura…

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