(from the article `control theory`) The advancement of technology (artificial biology) and the deeper understanding of the processes of biology (natural technology) has given reason to ...
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biocontrol The deliberate use by humans of one species of organism to eliminate or to control another one, as in the control of undesirable plants or insects by the use of natural parasites, diseases, or predators, rather than by herbicides and pesticides. A well known example of the use of natural predators, rather than industrial pesticides, may
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BioControl is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Springer Science+Business Media covering all aspects of basic and applied research in biological control of invertebrate, vertebrate, and weed pests, and plant diseases. The journal was established in 1956 as Entomophaga and published by Lavoisier, before moving to Springer and obtainin
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