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Demonstration of lumpy skin disease virus infection in Amblyomma hebraeum and Rhipicephalus appendiculatus ticks using immunohistochemistry.
J. C. Lubinga
Ticks and tick-borne diseases
Corpus ID: 35177952
Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is caused by lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV), a member of the genus Capripoxvirus. Transmission of the…
Evaluating acaricidal activity of Commiphora swynertonii (Burrt.) bark exudate against common ticks in Tanzania.
J. J. Magadula
Corpus ID: 59370701
Commiphora swynertonii (CS) exudate tapped from bark is extensively used by Maasai and many other tribes in Tanzania and Kenya…
Behavioural responses of rhipicephalus appendiculatus neumann 1901 and rhipicephalus evertsi, neumann 1987 (Acari: ixodidae) to host and non-host semiochemicals
Corpus ID: 87768843
Studies on pheromones and other semiochemicals of the African brown ear tick, rhipicephalus appendiculatus neumann
Corpus ID: 91112672
Identification of some of the host-derived attractant Compounds for adult tick, rhipicephalus appendiculatus from Cattle ears.
Corpus ID: 91017146
Essential oils of some plants of the family capparidaceae. as repellents for the brown ear tick, rhipicephalus appendiculatus and the maize weevil, sitophilus zeamais.
Albert J. Ndakala
Corpus ID: 90969643
Adaptation of field strains of rhipicephalus appendiculatus, neumann to host resistance to tick infestation
J. W. Chiera
Corpus ID: 86377415
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