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- n. The branch of zoology that deals with nematodes.
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- n. The branch of biology that studies nematode roundworms
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Niblack said most land grant institutions have quality nematology labs.
Some insects, such as ants, might invade homes to escape the cold, said Eileen Buss, a University of Florida professor of entomology and nematology.
Nonetheless, one of the primary purposes of the site is to support 4-H entomology activities, said Thomas Fasulo, a senior associate with the entomology and nematology department.
"If they are on your property, they become yours because they are essentially escaped pets," said William Kern, an associate professor of entomology and nematology at the University of Florida's Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center.
While trapping and removing iguanas can be effective, it's not going to eradicate them, said Bill Kern, associate professor of entomology and nematology at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences in Fort Lauderdale.
The bugs weren't prolific in spring 2008, either, due to dry conditions and a host of other factors, said Norm Leppla, a UF entomology and nematology professor.