Agrology


Istilah” agrologi” lebih tepat dipakai untuk menggantikan istilah ”agroteknologi atau agroekoteknologi” sebagai nama salah satu program studi (S1) di Fakultas Pertanian (berdasarkan Surat Keputusan Dirjen Dikti No 163/2007 tentang Penataan Nama dan Kode Program Studi).

Dengan demikian Fakultas Pertanian memiliki2 program studi untuk S-1, yaitu:

  1. Program Studi Agrologi
  2. Program Studi Agribisnis

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Bacaan lebih lanjut:

Tracey L. Adams. 2010.  Profession: A Useful Concept for Sociological Analysis ? Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie. Volume 47, Issue 1, Pages 49-70.
Agrology
(agronomy) is the science and study of agriculture.

Robert Alan Lewis. 2002.  CRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences.  CRC Press. ISBN 0849323274.
Agrology : the agricultural science that treats the origin, composition, structure, analysis,  and classification of soils, especially in relation to crop production. Cf: agronomy

H.N. Le Houérou. 1980. The role of browse in the Sahelian and Sudanian zones. In H Houérou (ed.)  Browse In Africa: The Current State Of Knowledge. Papers presented at the International Symposium on Browse in Africa. Addis Ababa, April 8–12, 1980. International Livestock Center for Africa, ILCA.  http://www.ilri.org/infoserv/webpub/fulldocs/browse_in_africa/Chapter6.htm
The agro-pastoral system and its advantages in terms of preserving soil fertility have been the object of very detailed research studies in the fields of agrology, pedalogy, microbiology and bioclimatology

Guofeng Wu, Yaolin Liu and Tiejun Wang. 2007.  Methods and strategy for modeling daily global solar radiation with measured meteorological data – A case study in Nanchang station, China . Energy Conversion and Management. Volume 48, Issue 9, Pages 2447-2452.
Solar radiation is a primary driver for many physical, chemical and biological processes on the earth’s surface, and complete and accurate solar radiation data at a specific region are of considerable significance for such research and application fields as architecture, industry, agriculture, environment, hydrology, agrology, meteorology, limnology, oceanography and ecology.

Claude Bourguignon. 2005. Regenerating the Soil: From Agronomy to Agrology, Other India Press. Summary of lectures delivered between 1985 and 1989 in the agricultural circles of Europe, Canada and Africa.   ISBN-10: 8185569681 .  ISBN-13: 978-8185569680.  http://www4.agr.gc.ca
agrology: the science of agricultural production
agronomy:
the science and economics of crop production and farmland management

http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org/definition/AGROLOGY

Definition: Agrology
Agrology: Noun
Science of soils in relation to crops.
Specialty Definitions: Agrology

Domain:Food & Agriculture

Definitions :

A. defined narrowly, a science that is concerned with the naturre and arrangement of horizons in soil profiles ; the physical constitution and chemical composition of soils ; the occurence of soils in relation to one another and to other elements of the environment such as climate, natural vegetation, topography and rocks ; and the modes of origin of soils ;

B. defined more broadly pedology is the science that treats soils, their nature, properties, formation, distribution, functioning, and response to use ; management and manipulation. Source: European Union.

Frequency of Internet Keywords: Agrology

The following statistics estimate the number of searches per day across the major English-language search engines as identified by various trade publications.

Expression      Frequencyper Day

agriculture agrology (284)

agrology company list (121)

agrology importer (73)

agrology seller (46)

agrology buyer wholesale (13)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrology

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, is nearly synonymous with the U.S. term agronomy, and has a meaning related to soil science when used outside of Canada.

http://unstats.un.org

Term : Agrology

Description: branch of agriculture that deals with the origin, structure, analysis and classification of soils, especially in their relation to crop production.

http://www.bclaws.ca

Agrologists Act. [SBC 2003] CHAPTER 13 :

“agrology” means using agricultural and natural sciences and agricultural and resource economics, including collecting or analyzing data or carrying out research or assessments, to design, evaluate, advise on, direct or otherwise provide professional support to

(a) the cultivation, production, improvement, processing or marketing of aquatic or terrestrial plants or animals, or

(b) the classification, management, use, conservation, protection, restoration, reclamation or enhancement of aquatic or terrestrial ecosystems that are affected by, sustain, or have the potential to sustain the cultivation or production of aquatic or terrestrial plants or animals;

http://www.allwords.com/word-agrology.html

noun : agrology

  1. The science and art of agriculture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrology legal term, Canadian use)
  2. A sub-discipline of soil science which addresses optimising crop production (common usage, not acceptable to soil scientists)
  3. A sub-discipline of agronomy which addresses the influence of edaphic conditions on crop production.

http://www.theagrologyhouse.co.uk/

Agrology (more commonly known in the UK as Agronomy) is defined as the branch of soil science dealing with crops. The term is in common use in Canada where there are around 5,000 practising agrologists.

http://www.forensicagrology.com/

What is Forensic Agrology? Forensic Agrology is the science of agricultural investigation to produce independent and systematic data for use in debate, discussion, or legal processes. There is a need for Forensic Professional Agrologist services.  The science of agrology is constantly changing and the use of findings is often legally relevant.   Forensic Agrologists must be trained in the most current methods of investigation into agricultural practices and outcomes.

http://www.wordnik.com/words/agrology

agrology noun The applied science of soils in relation to crops.

http://nsagrologists.ca/agrology.shtml

The definition of agrology has changed significantly over the years. The Agrologists Act defines “practicing agrology” as “teaching or demonstrating the science or art of agriculture or advising or conducting scientific experiments and research in relation thereto as a chief occupation”. With this traditional definition the standard educational qualifications for membership became a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with related experience.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/agrology

a·grol·o·gy

–noun

the branch of soil science dealing esp. with the production of crops.

Origin:
1915–20;
agro- + -logy


—Related forms

ag·ro·log·ic, ag·ro·log·i·cal, adjective

Dictionary.com Unabridged

a·grol·o·gy n.  The applied science of soils in relation to crops.
ag’ro·log’ic (āg’r
ə-lŏj’ĭk), ag’ro·log’i·cal adj., ag’ro·log’i·cal·ly adv., a·grol’o·gist n.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

http://ask.reference.com

The word agrology is derived from the Greek words “agros” meaning land, or farm, and “logy” meaning word, or wisdom. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic …

http://www.masterliness.com/a/Agrology.htm

The word agrology is derived from the Greek words “agros” meaning land, or farm, and “logy” meaning word, or wisdom. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic but significant. The term appears especially well established in Russia and China, with agrologists on university faculty lists and agrology curricula.

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, and has a meaning related to soil science outside of Canada.

The term agrologist was coined by Dr. J. B. Harrington and adopted in 1946 to fill the need in Canada to have a term to denote “provincial agriculturalist.” The title is conferred on individuals with at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture and who can demonstrate the qualities needed to responsibly teach, practice, or conduct experiments and research in the agricultural sciences. There are about 5000 agrologists in Canada as of 2004.

Each of Canada’s provinces has granted legal status to agrologists. A provincial Agrologists Act defines the practice of agrology, the activities that are within the scope of the profession, the qualifications required to have the right to practice agrology, and grants legal status to agrologists. The first Agrologists Act was proclaimed in 1946.

http://www.factbites.com/topics/Agrology

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, and has a meaning related to soil science outside of Canada.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/agrology

agrology :

  1. 1. The science and art of agriculture (legal term, Canadian use)
  1. A sub-discipline of soil science which addresses optimising crop production (common usage, not acceptable to soil scientists)
  2. A sub-discipline of agronomy which addresses the influence of edaphic conditions on crop production.

http://www.physicsdaily.com/physics/Agrology

The word agrology is derived from the Greek words “agros” meaning land, or farm, and “logy” meaning word, or wisdom. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic but significant. The term appears especially well established in Russia and China, with agrologists on university faculty lists and agrology curricula.

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, and has a meaning related to soil science outside of Canada.

http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/entry/agrology

a·grol·o·gy. [noun]. The applied science of soils in relation to crops.

http://www.definitions.net/definition/agrology

1. (noun) agrology.

science of soils in relation to crops

http://www.babylon.com/definition/agrology/English

agrology .n. science of soils that deals with production of crops

http://www.lexiology.com/meaning/agrology

agrology:  science of soils in relation to crops

http://www.webster-dictionary.net/definition/agrology

n.1. the science of soils in relation  to crops

http://www.servinghistory.com/topics/agrology

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, is nearly synonymous with the U.S. term agronomy, and has a meaning related to soil science when used outside of Canada.

http://www.science24.org/show/Soil_science

Agrology (from Greek γρός, agros, “field, tilled land”; and -λογία, -logia) is the branch of soil science dealing with the production of crops. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic but significant. The term appears especially well established in Russia and China, with agrologists on university faculty lists and agrology curricula.

http://www.myetymology.com/english/agrology.html

Etymology of the English word “agrology

using the English prefix agro- derived from the Greek word agros, γρς (a field (as a drive for cattle); genitive case, the country; specially, a farm; hamlet)

using the English suffix -logy

Usage: Word found in Modern English

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Tracey L. Adams. 2010.  Profession: A Useful Concept for Sociological Analysis ?

Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie. Volume 47, Issue 1, Pages 49-70.

Agrology (agronomy) is the science and study of agriculture.

Robert Alan Lewis. 2002. CRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences. CRC Press. ISBN 0849323274.

Agrology : the agricultural science that treats the origin, composition, structure, analysis,  and classification of soils, especially in relation to crop production. Cf: agronomy

H.N. Le Houérou. 1980. The role of browse in the Sahelian and Sudanian zones. In H Houérou (ed.)  Browse In Africa: The Current State Of Knowledge. Papers presented at the International Symposium on Browse in Africa. Addis Ababa, April 8–12, 1980. International Livestock Center for Africa, ILCA. http://www.ilri.org/infoserv/webpub/fulldocs/browse_in_africa/Chapter6.htm

The agro-pastoral system and its advantages in terms of preserving soil fertility have been the object of very detailed research studies in the fields of agrology, pedalogy, microbiology and bioclimatology

Guofeng Wu, Yaolin Liu and Tiejun Wang. 2007.  Methods and strategy for modeling daily global solar radiation with measured meteorological data – A case study in Nanchang station, China . Energy Conversion and Management. Volume 48, Issue 9, Pages 2447-2452.

Solar radiation is a primary driver for many physical, chemical and biological processes on the earth’s surface, and complete and accurate solar radiation data at a specific region are of considerable significance for such research and application fields as architecture, industry, agriculture, environment, hydrology, agrology, meteorology, limnology, oceanography and ecology.

Claude Bourguignon. 2005. Regenerating the Soil: From Agronomy to Agrology, Other India Press. Summary of lectures delivered between 1985 and 1989 in the agricultural circles of Europe, Canada and Africa. ISBN-10: 8185569681 .  ISBN-13: 978-8185569680.

http://www4.agr.gc.ca

agrology: the science of agricultural production

agronomy: the science and economics of crop production and farmland management

http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org/definition/AGROLOGY

Definition: Agrology

Agrology: Noun

Science of soils in relation to crops.

Specialty Definitions: Agrology

Domain:Food & Agriculture

Definitions :

A. defined narrowly, a science that is concerned with the naturre and arrangement of horizons in soil profiles ; the physical constitution and chemical composition of soils ; the occurence of soils in relation to one another and to other elements of the environment such as climate, natural vegetation, topography and rocks ; and the modes of origin of soils ;

B. defined more broadly pedology is the science that treats soils, their nature, properties, formation, distribution, functioning, and response to use ; management and manipulation. Source: European Union.

Frequency of Internet Keywords: Agrology

The following statistics estimate the number of searches per day across the major English-language search engines as identified by various trade publications.

Expression      Frequencyper Day

agriculture agrology (284)

agrology company list (121)

agrology importer (73)

agrology seller (46)

agrology buyer wholesale (13)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrology

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, is nearly synonymous with the U.S. term agronomy, and has a meaning related to soil science when used outside of Canada.

http://unstats.un.org

Term : Agrology

Description: branch of agriculture that deals with the origin, structure, analysis and classification of soils, especially in their relation to crop production.

http://www.bclaws.ca

Agrologists Act. [SBC 2003] CHAPTER 13 :

“agrology” means using agricultural and natural sciences and agricultural and resource economics, including collecting or analyzing data or carrying out research or assessments, to design, evaluate, advise on, direct or otherwise provide professional support to

(a) the cultivation, production, improvement, processing or marketing of aquatic or terrestrial plants or animals, or

(b) the classification, management, use, conservation, protection, restoration, reclamation or enhancement of aquatic or terrestrial ecosystems that are affected by, sustain, or have the potential to sustain the cultivation or production of aquatic or terrestrial plants or animals;

http://www.allwords.com/word-agrology.html

noun : agrology

  1. The science and art of agriculture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrology legal term, Canadian use)
  2. A sub-discipline of soil science which addresses optimising crop production (common usage, not acceptable to soil scientists)
  3. A sub-discipline of agronomy which addresses the influence of edaphic conditions on crop production.

http://www.theagrologyhouse.co.uk/

Agrology (more commonly known in the UK as Agronomy) is defined as the branch of soil science dealing with crops. The term is in common use in Canada where there are around 5,000 practising agrologists.

http://www.forensicagrology.com/

What is Forensic Agrology? Forensic Agrology is the science of agricultural investigation to produce independent and systematic data for use in debate, discussion, or legal processes. There is a need for Forensic Professional Agrologist services.  The science of agrology is constantly changing and the use of findings is often legally relevant.   Forensic Agrologists must be trained in the most current methods of investigation into agricultural practices and outcomes.

http://www.wordnik.com/words/agrology

agrology noun The applied science of soils in relation to crops.

http://nsagrologists.ca/agrology.shtml

The definition of agrology has changed significantly over the years. The Agrologists Act defines “practicing agrology” as “teaching or demonstrating the science or art of agriculture or advising or conducting scientific experiments and research in relation thereto as a chief occupation”. With this traditional definition the standard educational qualifications for membership became a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with related experience.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/agrology

a·grol·o·gy

–noun

the branch of soil science dealing esp. with the production of crops.

Origin:
1915–20;
agro- + -logy


—Related forms

ag·ro·log·ic, ag·ro·log·i·cal, adjective

Dictionary.com Unabridged

a·grol·o·gy n.  The applied science of soils in relation to crops.
ag’ro·log’ic (āg’r
ə-lŏj’ĭk), ag’ro·log’i·cal adj., ag’ro·log’i·cal·ly adv., a·grol’o·gist n.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

http://ask.reference.com

The word agrology is derived from the Greek words “agros” meaning land, or farm, and “logy” meaning word, or wisdom. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic …

http://www.masterliness.com/a/Agrology.htm

The word agrology is derived from the Greek words “agros” meaning land, or farm, and “logy” meaning word, or wisdom. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic but significant. The term appears especially well established in Russia and China, with agrologists on university faculty lists and agrology curricula.

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, and has a meaning related to soil science outside of Canada.

The term agrologist was coined by Dr. J. B. Harrington and adopted in 1946 to fill the need in Canada to have a term to denote “provincial agriculturalist.” The title is conferred on individuals with at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture and who can demonstrate the qualities needed to responsibly teach, practice, or conduct experiments and research in the agricultural sciences. There are about 5000 agrologists in Canada as of 2004.

Each of Canada’s provinces has granted legal status to agrologists. A provincial Agrologists Act defines the practice of agrology, the activities that are within the scope of the profession, the qualifications required to have the right to practice agrology, and grants legal status to agrologists. The first Agrologists Act was proclaimed in 1946.

http://www.factbites.com/topics/Agrology

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, and has a meaning related to soil science outside of Canada.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/agrology

agrology :

1. The science and art of agriculture (legal term, Canadian use)

  1. A sub-discipline of soil science which addresses optimising crop production (common usage, not acceptable to soil scientists)
  2. A sub-discipline of agronomy which addresses the influence of edaphic conditions on crop production.

http://www.physicsdaily.com/physics/Agrology

The word agrology is derived from the Greek words “agros” meaning land, or farm, and “logy” meaning word, or wisdom. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic but significant. The term appears especially well established in Russia and China, with agrologists on university faculty lists and agrology curricula.

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, and has a meaning related to soil science outside of Canada.

http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/entry/agrology

a·grol·o·gy. [noun]. The applied science of soils in relation to crops.

http://www.definitions.net/definition/agrology

1. (noun) agrology.

science of soils in relation to crops

http://www.babylon.com/definition/agrology/English

agrology .n. science of soils that deals with production of crops

http://www.lexiology.com/meaning/agrology

agrology:  science of soils in relation to crops

http://www.webster-dictionary.net/definition/agrology

n.1. the science of soils in relation  to crops

http://www.servinghistory.com/topics/agrology

Agrology is synonymous with agricultural science when used in Canada, is nearly synonymous with the U.S. term agronomy, and has a meaning related to soil science when used outside of Canada.

http://www.science24.org/show/Soil_science

Agrology (from Greek γρός, agros, “field, tilled land”; and -λογία, -logia) is the branch of soil science dealing with the production of crops. The use of the term is most active in Canada. Use of the term outside of Canada is sporadic but significant. The term appears especially well established in Russia and China, with agrologists on university faculty lists and agrology curricula.

http://www.myetymology.com/english/agrology.html

Etymology of the English word “agrology

using the English prefix agro- derived from the Greek word agros, γρς (a field (as a drive for cattle); genitive case, the country; specially, a farm; hamlet)

using the English suffix -logy

Usage: Word found in Modern English

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