Moreover, the population of Pediculus humanus
capitis was likely only temporarily altered by grooming, considering the high reproductive rate of head lice.
2005), linalool and cinnamyl acetate showed insecticidal activity against Pediculus humanus
capitis, thus confirming previous reports on the insecticidal properties of cinnamyl acetate (Cheng et al.
Also called Pediculus humanus
capitis (peh-DICK-you-lus HUE-man-us CAP-ih-TUS), head lice are parasitic insects found on the heads of people.
vulgaris was found to be effective against Pediculus humanus
capitis (head lice) adults and eggs.
globulus es el monoterpeno 1,8-cineol, cuya toxicidad es mayor contra los piojos de la cabeza humana, Pediculus humanus
capitis (De Geer) que los productos comerciales delta fenotril o piretro.
Lice (plural), louse, pediculosis, nits, ectoparasitic insects of the order Phthiraptera, Pediculosis capitis, head lice, Pediculosis corporis, Pediculus humanus
humanus, body lice, Pediculosis vestimenti, Pediculosis pubis, pubic lice, crabs.
South American mummies recording new finds of Anthropophthirus capitis (a new genus proposed by Retana-Salazar and Ramirez-Morales 2006 to substitute Pediculus humanus
capitis) in mummies of the Chinchorro tradition dated to 4,000 years.
Evaluation of the potential insecticide activity of Tagetes minuta (Asteraceae) essential oil against the head louse Pediculus humanus
capitis (Phthiraptera: Pediculidae).
There are two species of lice that infest humans: pubic lice, Pthirus pubis, and human head and body lice, Pediculus humanus
minuta denota actividad insecticida sobre Pediculus humanus
capitis "piojo humano" (Cestari et al.
The three types of human lice are in the Anoplura order producing disease called pediculosis because of the genera of lice involved (Pediculus humanus
capitis (head louse), Pediculus humanus
corporis (body louse), and Pthirus pubis (crab louse).