Significantly, Florida Entomologist
has become an important publication outlet both nationally and internationally, quite popular with not only entomologists
in North and South America but throughout the world.
are commonly called upon to determine the postmortem interval or "time since death" in homicide investigations.
Muhammad Shehbaz, an entomologist
of Agriculture Department delivered a comprehensive briefing about dengue virus, growth, control, different stages of dengue larvae and its eradication by adopting mechanical, biological and chemical measures.
This model was established because the CMA entomologist
was located at Bagram Air Field along with primary headquarters elements; for several rotations the CMA entomologist
was a senior entomologist
; and there were very few entomologists
often need to write research reports, so it's important to develop good writing and communications skills.
I've always been interested in how some animals are loved by everyone and others are loathed just because we've been told to think of them a certain way,'' says Karner, an entomologist
Harmonic radar appealed to entomologists
because the transponder doesn't need its own power source: The energy in the incoming radio wave drives the outgoing wave.
Bugs, butterflies, moths, caterpillars, and blooms of dozens of plants come alive in the graceful, precise drawings of Charles Valentine Riley, the foremost American entomologist
of the late 1800s.
In France, with the exception of men of letters and entomologists
, few have heard of Fabre.
With Dowell's help, CDC entomologists
are also using the ARS-developed technology to rapidly separate male and female tsetse flies.
We live in a world teeming with insects, and entomologist
Evans lovingly describes all manner of critters in this updated classic, first published in the 1960s.
have long advocated an integrated approach to the country's mosquito problem.