Acari

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Acari

[′a·kə·rē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The equivalent name for Acarina.
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Keywords: Acarine mite, Lactic Acid, Formic Acid, Bromopropylate, Varroa jacobsoni, Folbex VA
Only very little is known about acarine embryology, with exception of a few [16,8,1].
Studies on the role of the stigmaeid predator Zetzellia mali in the acarine system of apple foliage.
Exploration of the acarine fauna on coconut palm in Brazil with emphasis on Aceria guerreronis (Acari: Eriophyidae) and its natural enemies.
Few investigations have been conducted on the relationship between arthropods and wild rodents of different sexes, (Lareschi and Cicchino 2002, Liljestrom and Lareschi 1998, 2001, Lareschi and Liljesthrom 2000), and only one (Lareschi 2004) have considered acarine and flea species simultaneously.
A DECENT day for fav backers at Prestbury Park with Fred Winter's Half Free (R Linley) 5-2, proving too good for Acarine in the Mackeson.
It is suggested that this mite and other acarine taxa may be preadapted to shift between arthropod hosts covered with chitinous sclerites and vertebrate hosts covered with keratinous scales.
The acarine parasites of South African acridids, with special reference to the genus Podapolipus.
Kinnear A (1991) Acarine communities of semi-arid soils from the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia.
Experimental studies on acarine predator-prey interactions: the effects of predator density on prey consumption, predator searching efficiency, and the functional response to prey density (Acarina: Phytoseiidae).
An acarine predator-prey metapopulation system inhabiting greenhouse cucumbers.