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  1. Insecticide/acaricide resistance in fleas and ticks ...
    1/6/2014 · This review defines insecticide/acaricide resistance and describes the history, evolution, types, mechanisms, and detection of resistance as it applies to chemicals currently used against fleas and ticks of dogs and cats and summarizes resistance reported to date. We introduce the concept of refugia as it applies to flea and tick resistance and discuss strategies to minimize the impact and ...
  2. (PDF) Insecticide/acaricide resistance in fleas and ticks ...
    Insecticide/acaricide resistance in fleas and ticks infesting dogs and cats Article · Literature Review (PDF Available) in Parasites & Vectors 7(1):8 · January 2014 with 690 Reads
  3. Acaricide - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
    Acaricides are pesticides used to kill ticks and mites. ... are widely used for control of ticks on cats and dogs. Similarly, acaricide-impregnated plastic ear tags are widely used for control of ear-infesting ticks ... The development of acaricide resistance by ticks is a continuing concern. Ticks have been found to be resistant to arsenic ...
  4. Acaricide - Wikipedia
    Acaricides are pesticides that kill members of the arachnid subclass Acari, which includes ticks and mites.Acaricides are used both in medicine and agriculture, although the desired selective toxicity differs between the two fields.. External links. Pest Control Information - National Pesticide Information Center
  5. (PDF) Insecticide/acaricide resistance in fleas and ticks ...
    This review defines insecticide/acaricide resistance and describes the history, evolution, types, mechanisms, and detection of resistance as it applies to chemicals currently used against fleas and ticks of dogs and cats and summarizes resistance
  6. Acaricide - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
    Inge M. Jensen, Paul Whatling, in Hayes' Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology (Third Edition), 2010. 71.2 Mode of Action. Malathion is a nonsystemic acaricide and insecticide of low mammalian toxicity with contact, stomach, and respiratory action. The residual effect is limited because the compound is degraded relatively quickly in the environment.
  7. Strategies for the control of Rhipicephalus microplus ...
    favour of acaricide-resistant individuals, while maintaining adequate levels of animal production. The purpose of this paper is to present a current review on conventional acaricide and macrocyclic lactone resistance for better understanding and control of resistant …
  8. Amitraz - Wikipedia
    Amitraz (development code BTS27419) is a non-systemic acaricide and insecticide and has also been described as a scabicide. It was first synthesized by the Boots Co. in England in 1969. Amitraz has been found to have an insect repellent effect, works as an insecticide and also as a pesticide synergist.
  9. Treatment of feline otitis externa due to Otodectes ...
    Live mites were not observed after the end of treatment in any cat treated with Oridermyl. Results for means of live, dead, and juvenile mites are presented in Table 2. In the placebo ointment group (B), all cats were free of live mites at Day 10, but dead mites were observed in 1 …
  10. A new way of protecting bees against varroa mites | Bee Care
    A new way of protecting bees against varroa mites ... Inspired by tick collars worn by dogs and cats ... (acaricide) to the bee and kills any mites it may be carrying. The substance needs to be permanently available on the surface of the strip so that protection can last for several weeks. This proved to be a particular technical challenge.
  11. What is an acaricide - answers.com
    Permethrin is a pesticide which is used to control woodworm. Specifically, the pesticide can be considered an acaricide and an insecticide since it respectively controls such arachnids as mites ...
  12. Determining Resistance Levels and Mechanisms in ...
    Determining Resistance Levels and Mechanisms in Rhipicephalus Sanguineus (Latreille) to Acaricides Used to Treat Domesti... Permanent Link: ... Acaricide Resistance T esting In order to determine if brown dog tick populations are resistant to acaricides, as has been demonstrated in several arthropods, bioassays must be completed. ...
  13. Should the poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae be of ...
    3/25/2015 · The poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae is best known as a threat to the laying-hen industry; adversely affecting production and hen health and welfare throughout the globe, both directly and through its role as a disease vector. Nevertheless, D. gallinae is being increasingly implemented in dermatological complaints in non-avian hosts, suggesting that its significance may extend beyond …
  14. Fleas and Ticks That Infest Pet Cats - catcostumesuk.co.uk
    2/27/2019 · Acaricide resistance in rodents infesting cats hasn’t been researched as extensively as that of cattle cat ticks, particularly Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, which has been intensely studied, both because of its economic importance to the cattle industry and since the species is more resistant to numerous compounds.
  15. Amitraz: Red Flags Or Red Herrings? - Scientific Beekeeping
    Here in the States, Sammataro [36] found signs of varroa resistance to amitraz as early as 2003, wryly noting that “Surprisingly, mites also showed resistance to amitraz, which is not a registered acaricide.” And last year, Eischen [37] found resistant mites in some operations.
  16. What Failure to Control Ticks in Uganda Teaches Everyone ...
    9/26/2016 · What Failure to Control Ticks in Uganda Teaches Everyone ... These farmer-created errors could be partially to blame for the dramatic rise in multi-acaricide resistance. When a mixture of acaricides is applied surviving ticks carry a gene that allow them to resist all of the acaricides in that mixture. ... Global Lyme Alliance, Inc. makes no ...
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