Acaricidal and immunological studies on fowl tick Argas
persicus infecting commercial balady chickens flock.
Novos aspectos morfologicos, biologicos e toxicos de Argas
(Persicargas) miniatus Koch, 1844 (Ixodoidea, Argasidae) no Estado do Rio de Janeiro.
Dunya genelinde bulunan kene tur sayisi ve turlerine gore dagilimi Ortalama Familya Genus tur sayisi Ixodidae Ixodes 245 Amblyomma 131 Bothriocroton * 5 Haemaphysalis * 164 Hyalomma * 24 Nosomma 1 Anomalohimalaya 3 Cosmiomma 1 Dermacentor * 34 Margaropus 3 Rhipicentor 2 Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) * 5 Rhipicephalus 74 Nuttalliellidae Nuttalliella 1 Argasidae Argas * 58 Carios 88 Ornithodoros * 35 Otobius 3 Laelaptidae Gammaridacarus 1 Toplam 878 * Ulkemizde gorulen kene turleri Tablo 3.
bellii has been reported in 18 tick species belonging to the genera Amblyomma (8 species), Dermacentor (5 species), Haemaphysalis (2 species), Ixodes (1 species), Argas
(1 species), and Ornithodoros (1 species) from different parts of Brazil, Argentina and United States, (4-12).
ticks parasitize birds and bats and may occasionally bite humans without transmitting disease.
2%); Goniodes gigas (1%) and Chelopistes melagridis (1%) one species of fowl tick: Argas
persicus (2%), and one species of mite: Megninia cubitalis (12%).
Since its creation in January 1966, ARGAS
has consistently delivered geophysical innovation and superior technical performance, expanding its business scope from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the whole Arabian Peninsula and Egypt.
This is the second deal for GCC and Scania with ARGAS
in less than a year.
AvBat, isolated from Argas
vespertilionis ticks in France (4), and E.
Since 2007, Argas
has offered 3D marine surveys, 3D transition zone surveys, and micro-seismic monitoring surveys, among other things.
21 February 2014 - French geophysical company Compagnie Generale de Geophysique-Veritas (EPA:GA), or CGG, and Saudi oil and gas exploration firm Industrialization & Energy Services Company, or TAQA, unveiled a framework agreement, under which their geophysical joint venture companies Argas
of Saudi Arabia and UAE-based Ardiseis would combine their operations.