International Institute of Entomology (IIE)
Institut international d'entomologie
1909. A constituent Institute of C-XC0359 - CABI, ceased autonomous existence from Jan 1998, when, together with U-XE4035 - International Institute of Biological Control (IIBC), U-XE4037 - International Institute of Parasitology (IIP) and U-XE4039 - International Mycological Institute (IMI), integrated into U-XK1614 - CABI Bioscience. Original title: Entomology Research Committee (Tropical Africa). Name changed: 1912, to Imperial Bureau of Entomology, when scope was extended; 1930, to Imperial Institute of Entomology, when came within the framework of the 'Imperial Agricultural Bureaux (IAB)', subsequently H-XH0231 - Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux (CAB); 1947, to Commonwealth Institute of Entomology; 1986, to CAB International Institute of Entomology (CIE). Present name adopted 1990. Ceased to exist when CABI Bioscience was integrated back into CABI, 2006.
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