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Entomology for Students of Medicine
TLDR
Entomology for students of medicine, Entomology For Students of Medicine, and Insectology for Students of medicine are taught. Expand
The Feeding Process of a Tungid Flea, Tunga Monositus (Siphonaptera: Tungidae), and its Relationship to the Host Inflammatory and Repair Response
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The feeding behavior of the adult female Tunga monositus Barnes & Radovsky, 1969, a parasite of cricetid rodents of the genus Peromyscus, is described and establishes a very close relationship with its host and clearly depends on the inflammatory and repair response of the mouse for survival and reproduction. Expand
Feeding Mechanism of Blood-sucking Arthropods
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The present consensus of opinion is that the mosquito is largely a vessel feeder, although Gordon et al.1 give reasons for believing that a proportion, at least, of the insect's blood meal is derived from haemorrhages formed in the tissues. Expand
Trixacarus caviae infestation in two guinea pigs.
Sarcoptid mites identified as Trixacarus caviae (Acarina: Sarcoptidae) were found in skin scrapings taken from two pet guinea pigs with generalized skin lesions. Clinical signs included intenseExpand
MANGE MITES ON THE GENUS NOTOEDRES (ACARI: SARCOPTIDAE) WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW SPECIES AND REMARKS ON NOTOEDRIC MANGE IN THE SQUIRREL AND THE VOLE.
  • M. Lavoipierre
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical entomology
  • 1 March 1964
TLDR
2 new species of NOTOEDRES are described from rodents, carnivores, bats, and the domestic rabbit and the etiology of mange in the squirrel is discussed and notes on notoedric mange of voles are given. Expand
Aedes vexans and aedes sierrensis (Diptera: Culicidae): potential vectors of Dirofilaria immitis in Tehama County, Northern California, USA.
Two sites in Tehama Co., northern California, USA, were studied during May–July 1980 to determine potential mosquito vectors of canine heartworm ( Dirofilaria immitis ). Aedes vexans and Ae.Expand
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