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 Translation for 'agricultural biology' from English to Russian
NOUN   agricultural biology | -
биол.наукасель.
агробиология {ж}
agricultural biology
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сель.
сельскохозяйственный {adj}
agricultural
наукасель.экол.
агроэкология {ж}
agricultural ecology
метео.наукасель.
агрометеорология {ж}
agricultural meteorology
пол.сель.
аграрная политика {ж}
agricultural policy
биол.наукаобраз.
биология {ж}
biology
биол.наука
биология {ж} человека
human biology
биол.биохим.наука
молекулярная биология {ж}
molecular biology
биол.наука
эволюционная биология {ж}
evolutionary biology
биол.наука
клеточная биология {ж}
cell biology
биол.наукаэкол.
популяционная биология {ж}
population biology
биол.наука
клеточная биология {ж}
cellular biology
биол.наука
биология {ж} клетки
cell biology
биол.наука
биология {ж} клетки
cellular biology
unverified
биол.наука
онтогенетика {ж}
developmental biology 
биол.наука
биология {ж} развития
developmental biology
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Usage Examples English
  • As in the second half of the 20th century, in the 2000s the strongest areas were agricultural, biology, and veterinary sciences.
  • Youdeowei became a lecturer at the Department of Agricultural Biology in 1973 and a professor in 1990.
  • At the University of Wisconsin, Watson was from 1941 to 1942 a research fellow and a research associate in agricultural biology.
  • She joined the faculty of Colorado State University in 2004 and she is a professor in the Department of Agricultural Biology in the Colorado State University College of Agricultural Sciences.
  • She earned her Associate of Science Degree in General Microbiology in 1986 before going on to earn her Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Agricultural Biology at Cal Poly Pomona in 1990.

  • From 2000-10 he was Vice Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural Biology, Food and Natural Resources of the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CULS), and 2010-February 2018 he was the Dean of the faculty.
  • Werner Walter Hugo Paul Rothmaler (born 20 August 1908 in Sangerhausen, died 13 April 1962 in Leipzig) was a German botanist and from 1953 until 1962 head of the Institute for Agricultural Biology of the University of Greifswald.
  • Furthermore, he suggested a fundamental reform of the study course in Agricultural Sciences and, together with D Fewson (animal breeding), he initiated a new study course in Agricultural Biology.
  • In 1956, after being freed from the camps he wrote reports to the Prosecutor General of the USSR "On undermining of the agriculture in the Soviet Union and the international authority of Soviet science" and "On the losses caused by pseudo-innovations in agricultural biology".
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