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antiparasitic

 [an″te-, an″ti-par″ah-sit´ik]
1. destroying parasites.
2. an agent that destroys parasites.

par·a·sit·i·cide

(par'ă-sit'i-sīd),
An agent that destroys parasites.
[parasite + L. caedo, to kill]

parasiticide

(păr′ə-sĭt′ĭ-sīd′)
n.
An agent or preparation used to destroy parasites.

par′a·sit′i·cid′al (-sīd′l) adj.

par·a·sit·i·cide

(par'ă-sīt'i-sīd)
An agent that destroys parasites.
[parasite + L. caedo, to kill]

parasiticide

Any agent that kills PARASITES.

parasiticide

destructive to parasites; also, an agent that is destructive to parasites.
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Using alternatives to conventional parasiticides fits well into organic and grass-fed management systems and meets consumer preferences of minimizing chemical residues in the meat," says Burke.
However, stringent regulations for registration and approval of animal parasiticides, restrictions on the use of parasiticides in food producing animals, expensive and time consuming R&D activities to develop a new product, restriction on the use of specific parasiticides in certain countries, emerging species of parasites with resistance to existing parasiticidal agents restrict the growth of the market to a certain extent.
During the past 18 months, wildlife workers at Sabi Sand, a private game reserve at the southernmost tip of Kruger National Park, have injected more than 100 rhinos' horns with a special cocktail made up of indelible pink dye and non-lethal parasiticides that are generally used to control ticks.
Vancieberg's early work in parasiticides pioneered a golden era for the cattle industry.
Pharmaceuticals and parasiticides will continue to dominate spending on pet health products, accounting for a combined 63 percent of the market in 2016.
Appendices (some revised and updated) include core vaccination schedules, antiparasitic products, parasiticides, canine heartworm preventives, canine products for arthropods, and a drug formulary with several new drugs.
Use of traditional parasiticides including praziquantel (Schmahl and Mehlhorn 1985), mebendazole (Buchmann et al.
The products, including vaccines, parasiticides and
Other topics include the nature of the feeding stimuli in hopperburn initiation, fecal residues of veterinary parasiticides, egg dumping in insects, the ecology of interactions between weeds and arthropods, and the natural history of plague.
There is also a wide range of chemicals used in aquaculture, including antibiotics, parasiticides, pesticides, hormones, anesthetics, minerals, and vitamins.
In that meeting, issues papers were made available for public comment on three complex issues: 1) livestock confinement; 2) the use of antibiotics and parasiticides in organic livestock production; and, 3) termination of certification by private certifiers.