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agricultural science

[¦ag·rə¦kəl·chə·rəl ′sī·əns]
(agriculture)
A discipline dealing with the selection, breeding, and management of crops and domestic animals for more economical production.
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For example, if a country is lucky, it will have an agricultural scientist as permanent secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and if not, just about any political appointee will be put there.
For the whole of my working life I have been engaged as an agricultural scientist in agricultural development projects in the tropics,mainly in third-world countries.
A Cornell University agricultural scientist says it takes more energy to make ethanol from grain than the ethanol combustion produces.
STUDENTS from a Rugby school gave a top agricultural scientist a grilling at a conference last week.
As a well known agricultural scientist who invented Bodisen's unique organic fertilizer manufacturing process, Mr.
Retired agricultural scientist John Walker, 65, is accused of shooting dead his wife of 40 years Glenda, 63, at their luxury pounds 500,000 home.
Agricultural scientist Niederhauser (1916-2005) recounts his observations and participation in such seminal events of the 20th century as the Soviet collectivist experiment, the Rockefeller Foundation's Mexican Agricultural Program, the early stages of the Green Revolution, the development of the system of International Agricultural Centers, and the struggle to understand and contain the late blight disease of potatoes.
The new entrants are women's rights worker Farah Naqvi, businesswoman Anu Agha, social entrepreneur Mirai Chatterjee, agricultural scientist M.
A LEADING agricultural scientist yesterday claimed that an insecticide legitimately being produced by Iraq to protect its cotton crop might have been mistaken for anthrax.
He started his career in 1967 as an agricultural scientist at the Chinese Academy of Water and Soil Preservation, a research institute of the Chinese Academy of Science, which is China's leading government agency on soil and agricultural studies.
Murari, an agricultural scientist working with the organisation.
Agricultural scientist and food policy analyst Devender Sharma argued in a Supreme Court writ that there is scientific evidence to prove that GM crops have serious hazards for human health and environment.

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