PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 21 Issue 4, 2006

 

Contents

 

Seminar Proceedings: Interactions between weeds and animals

Weed–animal mutualisms.

Tim Low.  Abstract

138

Weed invasions: taking a bird’s eye view of fleshy-fruited alien invaders.

Gabrielle Vivian-Smith, Carl R. Gosper, Chris Stansbury and Eve White.  Abstract

139

Long distance dispersal of environmental weeds: potential lessons for community education.

Lincoln Kern.  Abstract

141

Weed seed dispersal by cattle and sheep.

Rex Stanton.  Abstract

145

The response of small mammals to the invasion of coast wattle (Acacia longifolia var. sophorae) in a fragmented heathland, south-west Victoria.

Ellen Mitchell and Barbara A. Wilson.  Abstract

148

Rabbits, foxes and feral pigs – how do they impact on weeds?

Tim Bloomfield and Steve McPhee.  Abstract

148

Review

 

The biology of Australian weeds. 45. Calotropis procera (Aiton) W.T.Aiton.

Blair S. Grace.  (No abstract)

152

Research reports

 

First report of the pendimethalin injury to cotton.

Khalid P. Akhtar, M.A. Haq, F.F. Jamil, I.A. Khan, M. Hussain, A.I. Khan and M.K.R. Khan.  Abstract

161

Dose-response to metaldehyde and cytochrome P450 levels in Bradybaena similaris populations which have and have not had previous pesticide exposure.

S. Salmijah, P.L. Chan, K.K. Wong, A. Maimon and B.S. Ismail.  Abstract

163

Biological control potential of endemic Australian fungal pathogens of Nassella trichotoma (serrated tussock).

S.G. Casonato, A.C. Lawrie and D.A. McLaren.  Abstract

166

Ruellia tweediana, a new name for a well known Queensland weed.

A.R. Bean.  Abstract

170

Book reviews

173

Annual index 2006

 

Subject index

174

Author index

175