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A study published in Experimental and Applied Acarology found that spraying outdoor areas with Safer-brand organic insecticidal soap in spring, when blacklegged deer tick nymphs are active, can provide treatment that is equally as effective as spraying with the insecticide chlorpyrifos.
An early look at mites collected from silty clay loam soil across the street from the acarology lab suggested Bolton had found a new species.
Abstract 11th International Congress of Acarology, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, September 2002, Merida, Yucatan, p.
The present research was carried out at Acarology Research Laboratory of Department of Agricultural Entomology, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad in 2011.
As fewer and fewer courses in acarology are being taught in universities and fewer and fewer taxonomists are available to assist in mite identification, Hoy (U.
The committee strongly recommended that refresher courses, workshops, trainings and seminars should be arranged in the field of molecular entomology, biotechnology, numerical taxonomy, toxicology and acarology.
The Committee agreed to follow international standards and strongly recommended that refresher courses, workshops, trainings and seminars should be arranged in the field of molecular entomology, biotechnology, numerical taxonomy, toxicology and acarology.
Department of Acarology, National Museum, Bloemfontein
Appendices on laboratory diagnosis, parasitic protozoa, medical helminthology, medical acarology and entomology, and sources of information in tropical medicine are available online only.
Systematic & Applied Acarology Special Publications.
The dictionary says acarology is the branch of zoology studying mites and ticks.
The William Morton Barrows spider collection is currently housed in the Acarology section of The Ohio State University Entomology Collection at the Museum of Biodiversity in Columbus, OH.