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infest

[in′fest]
(medicine)
To live on or within the host's body.
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DIY products can help treat localised infestations and are suitable to use on items such as tables and chairs.
An online 'heatmap' of infestations shows many of the logged incidents are along the banks of the rivers Holme, Colne and Calder.
Instead, the project used computer-based tools and software, remotely sensed data, unmanned aerial vehicle and satellite imageries, spectral signatures of infestations in onions at different phenological stages, meteorological data, and other data from existing reliable providers.
Spokesman Richard Faulkner added: "We expect to see fly infestations become more of a problem as we move into summer.
Therefore, in the present study, different aubergine cultivars have been assessed for their comparative response to infestation of L.
Last week, Rentokil Initial's group category director Mark Reader, who addressed a Dubai conference on the challenges facing food safety worldwide, said flying and crawling insects make up 74 per cent of pest infestations in the global food processing chain.
Although the majority of concerns regarding urban rat infestations are centered around the risk of disease transmission, the incidence of rat-associated illness in developed cities is relatively low (Battersby, Hirschhorn, & Amman, 2008; Battersby, Parsons, & Webster, 2002).
Conclusion: Infection and infestations were seen as the most common pediatric dermatoses.
"Typically, roach infestations do not lead directly to food borne illnesses but because roaches and rodents are an indication they have sanitation controls at the facility we will close them down if they have infestations," Oshiro said adding that once the red card is given to any restaurant, the department does not have a timeframe for corrections. 
The ability to quantify the damage inflicted by biocontrol, that is, RLCC and FSD, of variable infestation levels is essential to establishing the efficiency of biocontrol agents to characterize the health status of water hyacinth plants.