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Ornithodoros moubata symbiont A

Known as: Ornithodoros moubata symbiote A 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2011
2011
The argasid tick Ornithodoros moubata is distributed throughout South and East Africa and Madagascar, where it colonizes wild and… Expand
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2005
2005
The increasing demand for laboratory-reared argasid and ixodid ticks for research and control purposes makes it necessary to… Expand
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2005
2005
The nucleoplasm of rickettsia-like microorganisms living in the oocytes of the soft tickOrnithodorus moubata is preserved by TF… Expand
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1989
1989
Three laboratory colonies of the argasid tick Onithodoros moubata porcinus van der Merwe were started from collections made in… Expand
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1985
1985
SummaryAdultOrnithodoros moubata from a laboratory colony were fed on mice or through natural or artificial membranes on pig… Expand
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1977
1977
Ticks of the Ornithodorus moubata Murray (Ixodoidea, Argasidae) complex, distributed through East Africa, are known as vectors of… Expand
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1975
1975
Female Omithodoros moubata (Murray) produce a pheromone that induces assembly of males, and males produce a pheromone that… Expand
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1973
1973
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1973
1973
Laboratory observations on Ornithodoros moubata (Murr.) showed that the number of batches of eggs deposited never exceeded 8… Expand
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1968
1968
A temperature-controlled membrane feeding apparatus for use with blood-sucking arthropods is described which is relatively simple… Expand
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