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a pathological condition of mind or body

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Intensified surveillance and insecticide-based control of the Chagas disease vector Triatoma infestans in the Argentinean Chaco.
Able to identify many currently unmet clinical needs, including genetic predisposition, disease identification and therapy across a broad spectrum of oncological, cardiovascular and infectious disease vectors, the test kits are simple to operate and return to centralized laboratories for analysis.
In addition to the 14 risks, there are additional concerns like rodents and other potential disease vectors and radiation hazards.
For example, controlling disease vectors, reducing pollution and promoting efficient land use and water management are well-known and tested measures that can have a positive impact.
In other parts of the world, dams, and artificial lakes sometimes create conditions which can be favourable to the development of disease vectors.
Any filler, tar, or paint serves to keep moisture in and thus encourage insects or disease vectors in their destructive intent.
It seems certain that strychnine or the more humane carbamate-based poison, T3327, will be used to allow effective localised culling of foxes, who are seen as the most likely disease vectors.
While controversial, this technique, known as the sterile-insect technique (SIT), has worked against disease vectors and agricultural pests.
But Tony Edwards, chief veterinary officer for Wales, said badgers were only one of a range of possible disease vectors.
Researchers noted substantial interest from students and teachers, with apparent positive impact on their awareness about mosquitoes as disease vectors.
and many human activities (forest clearing, trade in goods, and construction choices) are at odds and often needlessly expose people to these disease vectors.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques can minimize or even eliminate the need for potentially harmful pesticides used to control invasive weeds, mosquito that are disease vectors, and pests of agricultural crops.
Fenitrothion is a broad-spectrum insecticide used against many insect pests and disease vectors around the world (including those responsible for malaria and yellow and dengue fever).
In Gujrat India, for example, an important part of an integrated project to control disease vectors was breeding quppies fish that eat mosquito larvae in bodies of water, while eliminating the use of insecticides altogether.
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