John Hoffmann
John Hoffmann
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Classical biological control for the protection of natural ecosystems
RG Van Driesche, RI Carruthers, T Center, MS Hoddle, ...
Biological control 54, S2-S33, 2010
2362010
The population dynamics of an introduced tree, Sesbania punicea, in South Africa, in response to long-term damage caused by different combinations of three …
JH Hoffmann, VC Moran
Oecologia 114 (3), 343-348, 1998
1731998
Risk assessment, eradication, and biological control: global efforts to limit Australian acacia invasions
JRU Wilson, C Gairifo, MR Gibson, M Arianoutsou, BB Bakar, S Baret, ...
Diversity and distributions 17 (5), 1030-1046, 2011
1712011
National‐scale strategic approaches for managing introduced plants: insights from Australian acacias in South Africa
BW Van Wilgen, C Dyer, JH Hoffmann, P Ivey, DC Le Maitre, JL Moore, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 1060-1075, 2011
1582011
Alien plant invasions
DM Richardson, IAW Macdonald, JH Hoffmann, L Henderson
Vegetation of southern Africa 535, 1997
1461997
Biological control in the management of invasive alien plants in South Africa, and the role of the Working for Water Programme: working for water
HG Zimmermann, JH Hoffmann, VC Moran
South African Journal of Science 100 (1), 34-40, 2004
1282004
Biological control of invasive alien plants in South Africa: necessity, circumspection, and success
VC Moran, JH Hoffmann, HG Zimmermann
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (2), 71-77, 2005
1252005
The renowned cactus moth, Cactoblastis cactorum: its natural history and threat to native Opuntia floras in Mexico and the United States of America
HG Zimmermann, VC Moran, JH Hoffmann
Diversity and Distributions 6 (5), 259-269, 2000
1012000
Biological control of weeds: the way forward, a South African perspective
JH Hoffmann
British Crop Protection Council, 1995
931995
PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND SINK ACTIVITY OF WASP‐INDUCED GALLS IN ACACIA PYCNANTHA
N Dorchin, MD Cramer, JH Hoffmann
Ecology 87 (7), 1781-1791, 2006
912006
Biological control of cactaceae in South Africa
ID Paterson, JH Hoffmann, H Klein, CW Mathenge, S Neser, ...
African Entomology 19 (2), 230-246, 2011
902011
A proposed prioritization system for the management of invasive alien plants in South Africa: research in action
MP Robertson, L Henderson, SI Higgins, DHK Fairbanks, ...
South African Journal of Science 99 (1), 37-43, 2003
842003
Biological control of Australian Acacia species and Paraserianthes lophantha (Willd.) Nielsen (Mimosaceae) in South Africa
FAC Impson, CA Kleinjan, JH Hoffmann, JA Post, AR Wood
African Entomology 19 (2), 186-207, 2011
812011
Success in biological control of terrestrial weeds by arthropods
P Syrett, DT Briese, JH Hoffmann
Biological control: measures of success, 189-230, 2000
782000
Seed ecology of an invasive alien species, Acacia longifolia (Fabaceae), in Portuguese dune ecosystems
H Marchante, H Freitas, JH Hoffmann
American Journal of Botany 97 (11), 1780-1790, 2010
742010
Biological control of invasive golden wattle trees (Acacia pycnantha) by a gall wasp, Trichilogaster sp.(Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), in South Africa
JH Hoffmann, FAC Impson, VC Moran, D Donnelly
Biological Control 25 (1), 64-73, 2002
672002
Biological control of mesquite (Prosopis species)(Fabaceae) in South Africa
C Zachariades, JH Hoffmann, AP Roberts
African Entomology 19 (2), 402-415, 2011
652011
Host-plant affinities of two biotypes of Dactylopius opuntiae (Homoptera: Dactylopiidae): enhanced prospects for biological control of Opuntia stricta (Cactaceae) in South Africa
CR Volchansky, JH Hoffmann, HG Zimmermann
Journal of Applied Ecology, 85-91, 1999
651999
Biological control of Sesbania punicea (Fabaceae) in South Africa
JH Hoffmann, VC Moran
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 37 (1-3), 157-173, 1991
641991
100 years of biological control of invasive alien plants in South Africa: History, practice and achievements
VC Moran, JH Hoffmann, HG Zimmermann
South African Journal of Science 109 (9-10), 01-06, 2013
612013
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