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FILE:  <HOLLOWAY.PUB> Publications of Jim K. Holloway:

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Holloway, J. K.  1931.  Temperature as a factor in the activity and development of the Chinese strain of Tiphia popilliavora (Rohw.) in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  New York Ent. Soc. J. 39:  555-64.

 

Holloway, J. K.  1939.  An agar preparation for feeding adult parasite insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 32:  154.

 

Holloway, J. K.  1948.  Biological control of Klamath weed-- Progress report.  J. Econ. Ent. 41:  56-7.

 

Holloway, J. K.  1957.  Weed control by an insect.  Sci. Amer. 54:  57-62.

 

Holloway, J. K.  1958.  The biological control of the Klamath weed in California.  Proc. 10th Intern. Congr. Ent., Montreal, 1956 4:  557-60.

 

Holloway, J. K.  1964a.  Projects in biological control of weeds, p. 650-70.  In:  P. DeBach (ed.), Biological Control of Insect Pests and Weeds.  Reinhold Publ. Co., New York.  844 p.

 

Holloway, J. K.  1964b.  Host specificity of a phytophagous insect.  Weeds 12(1):  25-7.

 

Holloway, J. K. & C. B. Huffaker.  1949.  Klamath weed beetles.  Calif. Agr. 3:  3, 10.

 

Holloway, J. K. & C. B. Huffaker.  1951.  The role of Chrysolina gemellata in the biological control of Klamath weed.  J. Econ. Ent. 44: 244-47.

 

Holloway, J. K. & C. B. Huffaker.  1952.  Insects to control a weed.  U. S. Dept. Agr. Yearbk. 1952:  135-40.

 

Holloway, J. K. & C. B. Huffaker.  1953.  Establishment of a root borer and a gall fly for control of Klamath weed.  J. Econ. Ent. 46:  65-7.

 

Holloway, J. K. & C. B. Huffaker.  1957.  Establishment of the seed weevil, Apion ulicis Forst., for the suppression of gorse in California.  J. Econ. Ent. 50:  498-99.

 

Holloway, J. K., C. F. Henderson & H. V. McBurnie.  1942.  Population increase of citrus red mite associated with the use of sprays containing inert granular residues.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  348-50.

 

Huffaker, C. B., J. K. Holloway, R. L. Doutt & G. Finney.  1954.  Introduction of egg parasites of the beet leafhopper.  J. Econ. Ent. 47:  785-89.