nemic a. [Gr. nema, thread] Of or pertaining to nematodes.
nemin n. [Gr. nema, thread] (NEMATA) An unknown or unidentified endogenous substance in nematodes that causes trap formation by predacious fungi.
nemoricolous, nemoricole a. [L. nemus, woodland; colere, to dwell] Living in open woodland areas.
neobiogenesis n. [Gr. neos, new; bios, life; genesis, beginning] The theory that life may have been evolved several times; recurring biopoiesis. see biogenesis.
neoblast n. [Gr. neos, new; blastos, bud] Undifferentiated cells that migrate to wounds and participate in repair and regeneration.
Neo-Darwinism 1. The theory of evolution stressing the continuity of germ plasm and non-transmission of acquired characters (Weismannism). 2. Any evolutionary theory featuring natural selection.
neogallicolae-gallicolae (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Phylloxeridae, dimorph fundatrigeniae that will become gallicolae (leaf gall formers).
neogallicolae-radicolae (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Phylloxeridae, dimorph fundatrigeniae that will become radicolae (root gall formers).
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