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Words related to parasitism

the relation between two different kinds of organisms in which one receives benefits from the other by causing damage to it (usually not fatal damage)

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Recommended for use are insecticides employed as ectoparasiticides; Neguvon (Masoten, or Dipterex) or similar compounds (Bromex) 60.
The impact of this role will be greatest if the active participation of such natural custodians and ethnopractitioners of valuable knowledge is guaranteed in the generation of research focusing on screening programmes dealing with the isolation of bioactive principles and the development of new livestock ectoparasiticides [213].
4329), blood samples were collected from 92 horses being evaluated for medical conditions (e.g., anorexia, weight loss, lameness, administration of endoparasiticides and ectoparasiticides) or before elective surgery (e.g., castration, wound repair) at the clinic in Merida from August 28 through September 4, 2013.
Pharmaceutical products mainly comprise of endoparasiticides, ectoparasiticides, endectocides, antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and medicines for reproductive problems.
Minimising midge activity and transfer by using ectoparasiticides and insecticidal treatments in livestock vehicles may be the first defence against spreading the virus.
Products: Bovine biologicals and pharmaceuticals, contact Kevin Hendrick; ectoparasiticides, contact
The marriage combines the expertise of Beaphar in anti-parasitics, care products and feedstuffs with Sinclair's knowledge of aquat-ics, accessories and cat and dog ectoparasiticides.
Serious doubts were also found with regard to several other markets, including herbicides for the protection of cereals, maize and sugar beets, fungicides for the protection of grapes, seed treatment products for various crops and professional pest control.In addition, the combination of the two new chemical classes of active substances for insecticides could lead to competition concerns also in household insecticides and small animal ectoparasiticides (e.g.