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Biological control, IPM, Florida agriculture etc; the friendly fungi; early classical biological control on citrus; foundations of IPM - ecological survey of citrus groves; classical biological control of citrus scale insects; classical biological control of whiteflies on citrus; biological control of sweetpotato whitefly; biological control of Mexican bean beetle; biological control of miscellaneous pests - tea scale, Rhodesgrass mealybug, fall armyworm, pickleworm; insect diseases and their impact on biological control; entomopathogenic nematodes in biological control; biological control of phytophagous mites on Florida citrus utilizing predatory arthropods - past, present, and future; biological control of citrus rust mite, with Hirsutella; biological control of citrus root feeding weevils; biological control and IPM of sugarcane pests in Florida; biological control of pests attacking ornamentals; mole crickets and their control of fire ants; prospects for biological control of subterranean termites; potential for biological control of vectors of plant diseases in Florida; biological control of aquatic weeds; biological conrol of terrestrial weeds; mites as candidate agents in the biological control of weeds; biological control in Florida - contribution of plant pathology; control of plant-parastic nematodes by biological antagonists; biological control of nematodes by mites, D.; environment and habitat management to increase predator populations; role of commercial insectaries; commercialization of entomopathogenic nematodes in Florida; systematics and biological control and integrated pest management; nonlinear dynamics and chaos in a fruit-mite-pathogen interaction; molecular biology for improvement and analysis of insect viruses as biological control products; potential for mass release of insect parasites through development of artificial culture techniques; unravelling the story of how parasitoids find their hosts; a biorational approach to ensuring the compatibility of host plant resistance with biological control.