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nematology

[‚nem·ə′täl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of nematodes.
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Besides, he taught Plant Nematology to undergraduates in Makerere University for one year; and plant protection course in Busoga University for 2 years.
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Pat Haydock, leader of the Nematology and Entomology Research group at Harper Adams College, said Ms Osborn wanted to obtain a collection of field soil samples, from throughout the UK, where a nematicide had not performed as well as expected.
The importance of discoveries in nematology to human welfare.
Topics are of interest to the various fields of agriculture such as food science, entomology, and nematology, as well as in the physical sciences (including engineering) and medicine.
Agricultural Research Service plant pathologists Andy Nyczepir at the Southeastern Fruit and Tree Nut Research Laboratory in Byron, Georgia, and Susan Meyer at the Nematology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, set out to find the answer.
India) has designed this textbook for undergraduate students in biology, physiology and ecology who need to grasp the fundamentals of nematology research and how it applies to plant diseases and crop protection.
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