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A popular term for a participant in the long-term ‘genius’ studies initiated in 1921 by Dr. LM Terman, who selected 1,521 children with IQs > 135 using the Stanford-Binet test

termite

see ISOPTERA.
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Request for the Report Summary: https://www.factmr.com/report/1915/termite-control-services-market The report opines that demand for contracted termite control services spiraled up rapidly in recent years, compared to the declined trajectory of preeminent ad-hoc services.
One of the services that the company offers is called Termite Final which includes termite control services.
These termites create structures as tall as skyscrapers -- well, by termite standards!
Termite feeding and foraging activities are the main source of detectable sound (Fujii et al.
Li said the team's discovery amounted to a new page in the study of termites, according to CNA.
First, termite abundance/activity approximately doubled during the drought and this impacted a number of key soil processes.
Therefore it has been suggested to isolate fungi from naturally infested termite for best results of their application as a biological control agent (Verma et al., 2009).
Perhaps the key to understanding termites is not designing termite mechanical units but deciphering their cellular intelligence that enables them to digest plant matter and build complex but living architecture.
The influence of these lenders, rather than government regulation, has made termite inspection a common practice in most real estate sales.
Observe floor areas that are sagging, as these may indicate termite infestation.
Over the course of various termite surveys in the past few years, we noticed that C.
Pre-construction soil treatments with this type of chemicals then became a regular method of subterranean termite prevention until the late 1980s.