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ix·o·did

(ik'sō-did),
Common name for members of the family Ixodidae.

ixodid

/ix·o·did/ (ik´so-did) a tick, or pertaining to a tick, of the genus Ixodes.

ixodid

[iksod′id, iksō′did]
pertaining to hard ticks of the family Ixodidae.

ix·o·did

(ik'sō-did)
Common name for members of the family Ixodidae.

ixodid

a tick of the family Ixodidae.
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Over 20 ixodid tick species are often found on humans exposed to infested vegetation, four of these are Amblyomma spps, seven Dermacentor, three Haemaphysalis, two Hyalomma and six are Ixodes spps (Estrada and Jongejan, 1999).
Prevalence of ixodid ticks on cattle, sheep and goats in Ilam County, Ilam Province, Iran.
13) (1) A single infectious agent was detected in 55% of ticks; (2) two or more infectious agents were detected in 45% of ticks; (3) of these, 37% harbored two agents and 8% harbored 3 agents; (4) one male tick from Wisconsin harbored all four microorganisms; and (5) the highest rates of coinfections were by the ixodid rickettsial endosymbiont and B.
Effect of methonolic extract of Stylosanthes scabra on ixodid ticks of animals.
A survey of ixodid ticks undertaken on crested francolin Dendroperdix sephaena (Smith, 1836) on the farm Sandspruit in the Waterberg, showed evidence of this species being prevalent in this area (Uys & Horak 2005).
An investigation into the distribution, host preference and population density of Ixodid ticks affecting domestic animals in Bangladesh.
Recently, borreliosis in urban centres and dissemination of ixodid ticks on the territories of urban and semi-urban parks have received considerable attention (Daniel & Cerny, 1990; Gern et al.
This place was selected because it has had high level of tick infestation historically, mainly Amblyomma cajennsense (a three-host ixodid tick) and because it was there that the first Cuban cases of Lyme disease were serologically reported.
Lyme disease is caused by the bite of infected Ixodid ticks - woodland and heathland areas in southern and south-western England, the Lake District, the Scottish Highlands and Islands, North York moors, Thetford Forest and the South Downs are considered high-risk areas.
Virus transmission is mainly through the bite of infected Rhipicephalus appendiculatus ticks though a large number of other Ixodid ticks are involved in the maintenance of the virus in nature.
It was given the common name, Damrain's northeast deer ixodid, a name that was soon shortened to "deer tick.
Ixodid kenelerin gelisim evreleri yumurta; 6-bacakli larva; 8-bacakli nimfal instar ve 8-bacakli erkek ve disi eriskinlik evrelerini kapsar.