MODULE 4. MITES: ACARICIDE RESISTANCE: DIAGNOSIS, MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION

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  title={MODULE 4. MITES: ACARICIDE RESISTANCE: DIAGNOSIS, MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION},
  author={},
  year={2004}
}
  • Published 2004
Scabies (mange) has remained for centuries a disease of economic importance affecting animal production and welfare. Most types of mange are forms of allergic dermatitis, characterized by encrustation, alopecia, and pruritus, initiated and maintained by a number of mite species. All the major mange mite species are contained within the orders Astigmata and Prostigmata. The Astigmata are a well-defined group of slow-moving, weakly sclerotised mites, including the medical or veterinary important… CONTINUE READING

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