Tabanus


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Tabanus

 [tah-ba´nus]
a genus of biting, bloodsucking horseflies that transmit trypanosomes and anthrax to various animals.

Tabanus

(tă-bā'nŭs),
The gadflies and horseflies; a genus of biting flies, some species of which transmit surra, infectious equine anemia, anthrax, and other diseases.
[L. a gadfly]

Tabanus

/Ta·ba·nus/ (tah-ba´nus) a genus of biting, bloodsucking horse flies that transmit trypanosomes and anthrax to various animals.

Tabanus

a genus of blood-sucking biting flies (horse flies, deer flies or march flies) in the family Tabanidae which transmit trypanosomes and anthrax to various animals and have a painful bite.
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Synonymy: Tabanus giganteus De Geer, 1776; Tabanus lineatus Fabricius, 1781; Tabanus pallidus Palisot De Beauvois, 1809; Tabanus bicolor Macquart, 1847; Tabanus coesiofasciatus Macquart, 1855
Tabanus cayensis Fairchild, 1935 Florida Record: Fairchild 1935, FSCA
Tabanus cheliopterus Rondani, 1850 Florida Record: Philip 1936 (as T.
Tabanus coarctatus Stone, 1935 Florida Record: Stone 1935, FSCA
Tabanus colon Thunberg, 1827 Florida Record: Fairchild 1937, FSCA Synonymy: Tabanus nigrescens atripennis Stone, 1935
Tabanus conterminus Walker, 1850 Florida Record: Johnson 1913, FSCA
Tabanus daedalus (Stone), 1938 Florida Record: Stone 1938 (as S.
Tabanus endymion Osten Sacken, 1878 Florida Record: Fairchild 1937
Tabanus fairchildi Stone, 1938 Florida Record: Stone 1938 Synonymy: Tabanus vivax, authors, not Osten Sacken
Tabanus fronto Osten Sacken, 1876 Florida Record: Williston 1885 Synonymy: T.
In summary, Cnidii rhizoma and Tabanus inhibit the high glucose-induced stimulation of cell proliferation in cultured GMCs, and these inhibitory activities may be mediated, at least in part, by the suppression of mesangial ECM protein accumulation and TGF-[beta]1 production.
Anti-angiogenic activities of Cnidium officinale Makino and Tabanus bovinus.