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ac·a·rine

(ak'ă-rīn),
A member of the order Acarina.

ac·a·rine

(ak'ă-rīn)
A member of the order Acarina.

acarine

pertaining to or of the nature of members of the order Acarina including the ticks and mites.
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Spatial dynamics of an acarine predator-prey system: Typhlodromus pyri (Acarina: Phytoseiidae) preying on Panonychus ulmi (Acarina: Tetranychidae).
9 Half Free (1984) Fred WinterOs charge landed his first Mackeson when winning a duel with Acarine by half a length
This increased detoxication by CE is one of the most important factors in OP insecticide resistance, especially in homopterous, dipterous and acarine pest species (Devonshire 1991).
Although natural enemies of phytophagous mites have been reported from several acarine families (Lord 1949; Knavel & Salheime 1967), the majority of the well known predatory mites belong to the family Phytoseiidae.
1984 Sheikh Ali Abu Khamsin, trainer Fred Winter and jockey Richard Linley, who won the Mackeson two years ago with Fifty Dollars More, pick up the trophy again when Half Free just gets the better of Acarine.
The vast majority of acarine species in most social insect nests are scavengers or predators on other arthropods and do not adversely affect the ecology of the host (Eickwort, 1990).
Like the previous editions, this hefty volume includes a brief introduction to acarine biology, phylogeny, morphology, ecology, and behavior.
9 Half Free (1984) Fred Winter's charge landed his first Mackeson when winning a duel with Acarine by half a length
Interactions in a tritrophic acarine predator-prey metapopultaion system IV: effects of host plant condition on Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae).
I met Peter Harris in Oslo on the day Acarine won the Norwegian Grand National (and Dancing Brave won the Arc).