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Acaricidal and insecticidal effects of essential oils against ectoparasites of veterinary importance

@inproceedings{Abbas2018AcaricidalAI,
  title={Acaricidal and insecticidal effects of essential oils against ectoparasites of veterinary importance},
  author={Asghar Abbas and Rao Zahid Abbas and Sabiqaa Masood and Zafar Iqbal and Muhammad Kasib Khan and Muhammad Kashif Saleemi and Muhammad Asif Raza and Muhammad Shahid Mahmood and Junaid Ali Khan and Zia-ud-Din Sindhu},
  year={2018}
}
Ectoparasitism in animals has become an issue of great concern that needs to be resolved to prevent huge economic losses occurring to livestock industry all over the world. Synthetic adrugs have been playing a major role in controlling ectoparasites, but their frequent and irrational use has resulted in drug resistance to routinely used chemicals and their residual effects on food and environment. Therefore, this approach of using chemical acaricides and insecticides is losing its popularity… Expand
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