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Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents

 
1. Definition of Biological Control
2. Types of Biological Control
3. Field of Biological Control
4. Scope of Biological Control
5. Practical significance of Biocontrol (Advantages)
6. Constrains in the adoption of Biocontrol (Limitations)
7. Historical Developments in Biological Control
8. Historical Developments in Biological Control - Early history to 1888 (Ancient period)
9. Historical Developments in Biological Control - Middle History to 1940
10. Historical Developments in Biological Control - Middle History to 1962
11. Historical Developments in Biological Control - Recent Advances 1962 Onwards
12. Indian Work on Biological Control
13. Important Terms used in Biological Control of Crop Pests - I
14. Important Terms used in Biological Control of Crop Pests – II
15. Important Terms used in Biological Control of Crop Pests – III
16. Important Terms used in Biological Control of Crop Pests – IV
17. Important Terms used in Biological Control of Crop Pests – V
18. Important Terms used in Biological Control of Crop Pests – VI
19. Dynamics of Natural Population as a Basis for Biological Control
20. Biological Control - Natural Control and Balance of Nature
21. Method/Techniques in Biological Control
22. Important Natural Enemies and Their Hosts
23. Parasite, Protelean Parasite and Parasitoid
24. Insect Parasites and Ideal Characteristics of Parasites
25. Taxonomic Relationships of Parasitoid
26. Classification of Parasitoids on the Basis of Biological Relationships – on the Basis of Stage of Host Attacked
27. Classification of Parasitoids on the Basis of Parasitoid - Host and Parasitoid – Parasitoid Relationships
28. Hyperparasitism
29. Superparasitism
30. Multiple Parasitism and Advantages of Multiple Parasitism
31. Types or Forms of Multiple Parasitism
32. Few other Bases of Classifying the Parasitism
33. Insect Predators
34. Taxonomical Relationship of Insect Predators
35. Biological relationships Insect Predators
36. Some Important Insect Predators
37. Desirable Attributes of Bio-agents
38. Role of Bacteria, Fungi, Baculoviruses and Nematodes in Biocontrol of Crop Pest
39. Advantages of Microbial Control
40. Limitations or Disadvantages of Microbial Control
41. Bacterial Pathogens in Bio-controls of Crop Pest
42. Viruses in Bio-controls of Crop Pest
43. Fungi in Bio-controls of Crop Pest
44. Protozoa in Bio-controls of Crop Pest
45. Rickettsiae in Bio-controls of Crop Pest
46. Nematodes in Bio-controls of Crop Pest
47. Difference Between or Characteristics of Parasite, Parasitoid and Predator
48. Some Important Insect Parasitoids
49. Some Important Insect Predators
50. Biological Control of Weeds
51. Steps in Establishing Biological Control Programmes
52. Present Status of Bio-control in India
53. Achievements of Bio-control in India
54. Future Needs of Biological Pest Suppression