The branch of zoology that deals with nematodes.(noun)
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Use "nematology" in a sentence
"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."