entomological

[ UK /ɛntˌɒməlˈɒd‍ʒɪkə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to the biological science of entomology
    entomological research
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How To Use entomological In A Sentence

  • A review of a book on British butterflies and their collectors may seem more appropriate to the pages of an entomological journal than to American Zoologist.
  • You'd never guess to look at her that she held doctorates in biological/ecological sciences, nematological/entomological sciences, had large - and small-animal veterinary and zoo degrees, and a paleontological science Ph. D to boot: in both flora and fauna. Wagers of Sin
  • This Entomological Foundation fellowship was established in honor of Joseph H. Camin who was an internationally recognized authority on the systematics and biology of the Acari and the mentor of many aspiring acarologists and entomologists.
  • However impressive 13 authors may be among entomological papers, it barely qualifies as a multi-author paper compared with the competition.
  • Today's the day that pupils at this private coed are getting a visit from the Big Bug Show, a travelling entomological entertainment featuring one man and his creepy-crawlies.
  • -- The pins used are those called entomological, and are made in various sizes to suit various insects. Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling a
  • Today's the day that pupils at this private coed are getting a visit from the Big Bug Show, a travelling entomological entertainment featuring one man and his creepy-crawlies.
  • The debate about the significance of insect flatulence has been waged for over three-quarters of a century not in obscure special interest entomological journals but rather in the premier scientific journals of our era.
  • In these moments, Mr. Himmelman's enchantment with the entomological soundscape is so complete that he can turn the most unpromising site—his Connecticut backyard, for example—into an insect lover's terra incognita, shimmering with possibility. The Orchestra After Dark
  • By doing so, he would initiate an entomological tete-a-tete between the wasps and the emerald ash borer, a green-winged, torpedo-shaped beetle that looks at the gleaming shaft of wood in Alex Rodriguez's hands and sees a scrumptious meal for its children. The Bugs Rescuing the Baseball Bats
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