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1, He decided to specialize in entomology after graduation.
2, Entomology was also taking on an economic role as its application to pest control became evident.
3, Hand studied 65 theses on entomology produced within the colleges of the University of London over a five year period.
4, His hobby is entomology.
5, His system achieved some degree of popularity within entomology, which was in a flourishing state at the time.
6, Stephen Buchmann is an adjunct professor of entomology at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
7, The concepts and practices of applied entomology for the most part date from that Stone Age of science.
8, Entomology became more fashionable once better killing bottles provided the squeamish with a less offensive method of collecting specimens.
9, Collect paleontology, mammal specimens , malacology, and entomology.
10, This is a web page of Abstracts of Entomology.
11, Collect paleontology, entomology, zoology, biology, and anthropology.
12, Botany, Entomology Herpetology, mammalogy, and ornithology.
13, Natural and cultural history, Pacific anthropology , botany, entomology(sentencedict.com), and zoology.
14, The Department of Entomology is an international centre for the study of insect and arachnid systematics, taxonomy, identification and comparative biology.
15, I had been a professor of entomology for 15 years before I saw my first live bedbug.
16, The results of investigation on parasitology, entomology and social factors showed that imported malaria is the infection source of the outbreak.
17, Paul Reiter is professor of medical entomology at the Institut Pasteur in France.
18, Paul Reiter, a researcher into medical entomology at the Institut Pasteur, has spent the past decade pushing back against exaggerated claims about the effects of climate on malaria.
19, Research opportunities exist in a wide range of pure and applied areas of entomology.
20, The 41% of theses which do not lead to publication compares with Hand's 38% for entomology.
21, Supported by four applied science courses covering the biology, entomology and pathology of seeds, and plant breeding.
22, The BAU maintains a reference file for experts in various forensic disciplines such as odontology, anthropology, entomology, or pathology.
23, This is the website of University of Nebraska Department of Entomology.
24, The study of plant resistance to insects dates back to earliest days of applied entomology.
25, A student of zoology can choose a degree in any number of specialties such as entomology, arachnology, mammology, ichthyology,[http://sentencedict.com/entomology.html] or herpetology.
26, Marc Branham, an assistant professor in the department of entomology and nematology at the University of Florida, explains.
27, The collections National Museum of Namibia are the zoological specimens, entomology, arachnology , ornithology, ethnology, and archaeology.
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