ixodid


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ix·o·did

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

ix·o·did

(ik'sō-did)
Common name for members of the family Ixodidae.
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Prevalence and seasonal variation in ixodid ticks on cattle of Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh.
nov., isolated from the ixodid tick Ixodes persulcatus, the vector for Lyme disease in Japan.
Although considerable amount of research has been done regarding ixodid ticks infestation in Ethiopia, it is still relevant to generate periodic and recent information about the prevalence of different species of ticks with the associated factors along different parts of the country.
The effect of veld-burning on the seasonal abundance of free-living ixodid ticks as determined by drag-sampling.--Onderstepoort J.
Jittapalapong, "Host surveys, ixodid tick biology and transmission scenarios as related to the tick-borne pathogen, Ehrlichia canis" Veterinary Parasitology, vol.
It is transmitted to humans by Ixodid ticks taking a blood meal.
Bacterial pathogens in ixodid ticks from a Piedmont County in North Carolina: prevalence of rickettsial organisms.
The reservoir as well as the vector for this virus are the hard, ixodid ticks of the genus Hyalomma, which infect the cattle, goats and sheep through a bite.
A total of 8 tick cell lines derived from the ixodid genera Amblyomma (AVL/CTVM17), Hyalomma (HAE/CTVM8), Ixodes (IRE/CTVM19, IDE8, ISE6) and Rhipicephalus (RA243, RAE/CTVM1, BME/CTVM2), were used at passage levels between 96 and 350 depending on the cell line.