nematologist


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nem·a·tol·o·gist

(nem'ă-tol'ŏ-jist),
A specialist in nematology.
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When asked to identify the single most important factor in the successful launch of AVICTA Complete Pak, the marketing team's answer is unanimous: the involvement of nematologists early in the process.
We anticipate that nematode Pesta granules, with a room-temperature shelf life of more than 6 months, could be an effective control for western corn rootworms, Colorado potato beetles, and perhaps other insect pests," says nematologist Bill Nickle.
That's enough, says the ARS nematologist, to kill more than 90 percent of the corn earworms, fall armyworms, or pink bollworms waiting to emerge from 1 acre of soil as winged adults.
If a young, apparently healthy peach tree suddenly dies in the spring, the ring nematode could be the cause, says ARS nematologist Andrew P.
The Society of Nematologists projects global crop losses due to plant parasitic nematodes at $100 billion each year.
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.
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.
University nematologists note that once present in the soil, SCN can never be eliminated, but populations of them can be managed.
We had a team of Brazilian nematologists, plant pathologists, and an agricultural trade expert spend a week here looking at U.