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nematology

[‚nem·ə′täl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of nematodes.
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Nematodes 101" was a two-day intensive, classroom-style course for Syngenta internal personnel led by nematologists and Syngenta technical representatives.
To educate internal Syngenta personnel about nematodes, we enlisted the help of university nematologists and Syngenta technical representatives," McClement says.
To find out, Boydston is collaborating with the multidisciplinary team of Ashok Alva, a soil scientist who leads the Prosser lab; Harold Collins, an ARS microbiologist there; Steve Vaughan, a chemist at ARS's National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, Peoria, Illinois; Ekaterini Riga, a nematologist at Washington State University (WSU) in Prosser; and Andy McGuire, an agricultural systems educator with WSU's Center lot Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, in Ephrata.
Charles Overstreet, Extension Nematologist with Louisiana State University, tested AVICTA Complete Pak extensively.
ARS nematologist Greg Noel and colleagues devised the method to help resolve confusion about Pasteuria's taxonomic classification and, in turn, speed efforts to identify strains with the greatest potential as nematode biocontrol agents.
Greg Tylka, Iowa State University nematologist, was a guest presenter on the tour, giving tips on how to manage the soybean cyst nematode problem.
Previously, Shapiro-Ilan and Itamar Glazer, a nematologist at the Volcani Center in Bet Dagan, Israel, found juvenile nematodes dispersed further when they were applied through cadavers than with water sprays, but they didn't know why.
Holbrook, along with Agricultural Research Service nematologist Bill Johnson and agronomist Mike Stephenson, is now cross-breeding the pest-resistant strains with higher yielding commercial cultivars.
Kasperbauer and Clemson University nematologist Bruce Fortnum.
About the only minor things about minor crops are their relative acreage and their contribution to total pesticide use," sums up ARS nematologist Bill Johnson.