from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or relating to entomology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to the science of entomology.
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- adj. of or relating to the biological science of entomology
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Is it the case, based on all of your training and experience, that it's your opinion that, based upon your entomologic findings, that time of death could have between the 16th and the 18th of February?
He had a fine mineralogical cabinet; and there was scarcely a ledge of rocks within a circuit of twelve miles that had not resounded to the tap of his stone hammer and furnished specimens for his collection; and he had an entomologic collection, where luckless bugs impaled on steel pins stuck in thin sheets of cork struggled away a melancholy existence, martyrs to the taste for science.
The boxes designed for the reception of entomologic specimens should be of light wood, and, at least, two inches and a half deep; the bottom should be lined with cork or some other very soft vegetable substance and the pins should be pressed in as much as possible.
Movement of the International Literary Exchanges, between France and North America from January 1845 to May, 1846 With Instructions for Collecting, Preparing, and Forwarding Objects of Natural History Written by The Professors Administrators of The Museum Of Natural History At Paris. And Instructions Relative to Anthropology and Zoology
Killeen GF, McKenzie FE, Foy BD, Schieffelin C, Billingsley PF, et al. (2000) A simplified model for predicting malaria entomologic inoculation rates based on entomologic and parasitologic parameters relevant to control.
All entomologic field personnel were blinded to the PCR result of the index case.
"short" rains in November, and in 1997 / 1998 the predicted entomologic innoculation rate (EIR) was 10 infective bites / person / year.