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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.
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Keywords: Acarine mite, Lactic Acid, Formic Acid, Bromopropylate, Varroa jacobsoni, Folbex VA
What is our current knowledge of acarine embryology?
Uropodids, often called tortoise mites because of their general shape and leg articulations, compose one of several families of mesostigmate mites classified in the large and diverse acarine cohort Uropodina.
Neoseiulus barkeri (Acari: Phytoseiidae) has been proved as an efficient acarine predator of sucking insect pests of different crops.
Interactions in a trirophic acarine predator-prey metapopulation system: effects of Tetranychus urticae on the dispersal rates of Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acarina: Tetranychidae, Phytoseiidae).
Then in 1984 it was the turn of Half Free, sent off 5-2 favourite before beating Acarine and Paul Croucher by a length and a half.
Experimental studies on predation: complex dispersion and levels of food in an acarine predator-prey interaction.