acaricide


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acaricide

[ə′kar·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
A pesticide used to destroy mites on domestic animals, crops, and humans. Also known as miticide.
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During quarantine, animals should be dewormed, washed with acaricide and also given appropriate identification if they do not have.
This study has provided a new and novel approach which confirms the potential of using Huwa-San TR50 as an acaricide in veterinary purposes, as Huwa-San TR50 showed high efficacy in killing H.
There was no significant association between altitude, season, farm type, vectors, use of acaricide, farm density, race and sex with the occurrence of Anaplasma infection.
In-vitro efficacy of a botanical acaricide and its active ingredients against larvae of susceptible and acaricide-resistant strains of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus Canestrini (Acari: Ixodidae).
ogmophallos on peanut plants, under greenhouse conditions, at 5 d after application was not significantly different when fenpyroximate (synthetic acaricide) and fungal entomopathogen treatments were compared (Fig.
World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (W.A.A.V.P.) guidelines for evaluating the efficacy of acaricides against ticks (Ixodidae) on ruminants.
Controlling these ticks is difficult because of the increase of some strains of resistance to acaricides such as pyrethroids and the inefficacy of other compounds (Fernandes and Freitas 2001; Miller et al.
Univariate analysis of risk factors including temporal zones, species, breeds, sexes, age, management systems, tick infestation, previous tick history, tick control, types of acaricides used and interval of acaricides usages revealed a significant (P< 0.05) association with prevalence of T.
Despite progress in scientific research and development, T&TBDs' control worldwide has continued to rely heavily on synthetic chemical acaricides. Overdependence on these acaricides diverted attention from exploring and developing sustainable alternative method(s) including traditional methods of tick control and management.