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nematology

[‚nem·ə′täl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of nematodes.
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Shahina Fayyaz informed that the center was founded in 1973 in the old buildings of barracks of KU while the publication of an internationally reputed, Pakistan Journal of Nematology was initiated in 1983 by Dr M.
Identification of nematodes at the species level is important for improved field crop management, and molecular analysis represents a major advance in nematology that may lead to a more sustainable method for controlling nematodes in Brazilian agriculture.
Handoo, an ARS microbiologist at the Nematology Laboratory, made the official identification of the nematodes found in soil samples from Idaho potato-processing plants in 2006.
Eds) Nematology Advances and Perspectives - Volume 2, Nematode Management and Utilization.
In 2005, he obtained a PhD in Agriculture with a bias in Plant Nematology on a sandwich program between the Universities of Makerere and Bonn.
The purpose of this book is to provide an introduction to practical plant nematology and is aimed at degree level and postgraduate students of agronomy, biology, extension, phytosanitation, and at other professionals involved in crop protection activities and plant disease diagnostics.
ENY-056 (NG045), Entomology & Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
He earned his master's degree in plant pathology at Oklahoma State University and his doctorate in nematology at North Carolina State University.
Additional support and expertise was provided by Thomson Paris, also Assistant Curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History and doctoral student in the Dept of Entomology and Nematology at the University of Fla.
Beekeeping specialist Sanford (entomology and nematology, U.
The Society of Nematology and other organizations estimate global crop losses due to nematodes at $100 billion annually, making it agriculture's largest unmet pest control need.
To be launched later this year, "Phytoparasitica" is an international journal that will be published quarterly to cover the biological, chemical and molecular aspects of entomology, plant pathology, virology, nematology, and weed sciences, including insecticides, fungicides, herbicides and other biocides.