Entomological

  • (adj): Of or relating to the biological science of entomology.
    Example: "Entomological research"
    Synonyms: entomologic

Some articles on entomological:

Bureau Of Entomology - Early Developments
... The American Entomological Society was organized at Philadelphia in 1859, incorporated in 1862, and known until 1867 as the Entomological Society of Philadelphia ... An "entomological division" in the Department of Agriculture existed in 1872, according to Congressional records ...
American Entomological Society
... The American Entomological Society was founded on March 1, 1859 ... It is the oldest continuously-operating entomological society in the Western Hemisphere, and one the oldest scientific societies in the United States ... The society publishes Entomological News, Transactions of the American Entomological Society, and Memoirs of the American Entomological Society ...
List Of Schools And Organizations Related To Forensic Entomology - Organizations - Australian Entomological Society
... The Australian Entomological Society (AES) now with more than six hundred members, is one of the most prevalent biological science organizations in Australia ... a number of affiliates such as, The Entomological Society of Queensland, The entomological Society of New South Wales, and The Entomological Society of Victoria ... on recognizing superior research on entomological issues ...
Guy Anstruther Knox Marshall
... His findings were published as a joint paper in Transactions of the Entomological Society of London in 1902 ... were published, he was offered an appointment as scientific secretary to the Entomological Research Committee (Tropical Africa) ... creating two scientific publications the Bulletin of Entomological Research and the Review of Applied Entomology ...
George Henry Horn
... he established a medical practice, specializing in obstetrics, and was elected president of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia, the predecessor of the American Entomological Society, remaining ... He bequeathed his collections of insects to the American Entomological Society they are now in the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University ... made it a point to travel to European museums, attend foreign entomological society meetings, and study type material firsthand." Throughout his career, he worked closely with John Lawrence ...