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nematology

[‚nem·ə′täl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of nematodes.
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Together with the previous edition, the present book is a must-have for anyone dealing with the taxonomy of entomopathogenic nematodes, but it is also valuable for any research or student nematologist. And finally, shall we see a 3rd edition?
In European Society of Nematologists. XXYIHInternational Symposium, 5-9 June, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, p.
Subjects include mycologist Mary Elizabeth Banning; nematologists Edna Marie Buhrer and Grace Cobb; and virologist Rosalind Franklin, better known for the controversial use of her X-ray crystallography of DNA by Watson and Crick.
"Nematodes 101" was a two-day intensive, classroom-style course for Syngenta internal personnel led by nematologists and Syngenta technical representatives.
"We had a team of Brazilian nematologists, plant pathologists, and an agricultural trade expert spend a week here looking at U.S.
At one end of the nematode is a distinctive mouth, which nematologists use to identify and place nematodes into one of several groups: bacterial feeders, fungal feeders, plant feeders, predators, and omnivores.
His original contributions to our understanding of the taxonomy, systematics, and transmission of these and related groups earned him an international reputation among nematologists and parasitologists.
IPM added the multidisciplinary element, involving entomologists, plant pathologists, nematologists, and weed scientists.
The mechanism used by plant parasitic nematodes to be attracted towards their hosts is still controversial among nematologists (Jones, 1960; Klinger, 1965), although several factors, such as temperature, electrical potential (Caveness and Panzer, 1960), carbon dioxide, various organic and inorganic substances (Croll, 1970; Jansson and Nordbring-Hertz, 1979) and root exudates (Bird, 1959; Van Gundy and Rackham, 1961), are thought to be involved.