endectocide

en·dec·to·cide

(en-dek'tō-sīd),
A drug effective against both endoparasites and ectoparasites (for example, the macrolide antibiotic avermectin).
See also: ivermectin.
[endoparasite + ectoparasite + -cide]

en·dec·to·cide

(en-dek'tō-sīd)
A drug effective against both endoparasites and ectoparasites (e.g., the macrolide antibiotic avermectin).
[endoparasite + ectoparasite + -cide]
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Steve Vandeberg, Director, Endectocide Marketing, Merial Limited, was named the 2013 NAMA Marketer of the Year.
Steve Vandeberg, Director, Endectocide Marketing for Merial Limited, has had his share of great experiences during his 33-year career with Merck and Merial.
Immediately prior to housing calves are wormed with the broad-spectrum endectocide DectomaxTM Pour-On which offers late season long-acting parasite control against lungworm, stomach and gut worms in a single treatment.
Steve Vandeberg, Director, Endectocide Marketing, Merial Limited, has been named the 2013 NAMA Marketer of the Year The award was presented during the Second General Session of the 2013 Agri-Marketing Conference, "Forging New Frontiers" on Thursday, April 18, in Kansas City, Mo.
PURPOSE: Increase market share for Dectomax Pour-On, as the proven, superior, long-acting cattle endectocide for a broad range of internal and external parasites.
Alan Reade, Executive Chairman of Merial Ltd, today inaugurated a new endectocide plant at Paulinia, Brazil, representing an investment of $US 9m.
Today, the spectrum of parasiticides for the veterinary applications continues to expand with variety of ectoparasiticides, endoparasiticides, and endectocides being launched every year.
Pharmaceutical products mainly comprise of endoparasiticides, ectoparasiticides, endectocides, antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and medicines for reproductive problems.