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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
In a laboratory trial in Montpellier, France, less parasitism occurred on imported Australian snails than French snails... The study provides evidence that the species identity of Cochlicella acuta -like pointed snails, particularly in the Montpellier region where past biological control research was focused, is unclear... The aim of the study was to investigate the reasons for the poor parasitism performance of S. villeneuveana in Australia, and whether a genetic or regional mismatch between C. acuta and S. villeneuveana in Australia may be involved...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Part of the project aims to characterise, assess, and simulate the suitability of current genetics for earlier sowing in Australian farming systems across a range of environments using crop management tools such as APSIM... The PhD project aims to identify how molecular changes within the mitochondria allow plants to continue growth at a range of temperatures... Education and research are critical in developing the 'science push' for sorghum as a health promoting food - this knowledge needs to be interpreted and disseminated to the Australian grains industry (farmers, producers), food products developers, marketers and key government organisations y t i c a p a C & s l l i k S g n i d l i u B ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Previous research indicated that native nematodes can kill common garden snails ( Helix sp.) in laboratory based trials... The project is designed to control pest snails with an environmentally-friendly method (nematode-based biocontrol agent)... In summary, a total of seven major achievements were obtained through this feasibility study regarding the possibility of using native parasitic nematodes for control of pest snails in Australia...
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