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Aim: Climate change has the potential to have an impact on the distribution of ticks and tick-borne diseases. This paper identifies the changes in climate suitability for the tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus in the Americas by analysing climate data for the period 1950-99. Location: The...

Author(s)
Estrada-Peña, A.; Sánchez Acedo, C.; Quílez, J.; Cacho, E. del
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2005, 14, 6, pp 565-573
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A comprehensive computer model was developed for simulation of the population dynamics of B. microplus and B. annulatus. The model is deterministic and based on a dynamic life table with weekly time steps. The model simulates the effects of major environmental variables, such as ambient...

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Mount, G. A.; Haile, D. G.; Davey, R. B.; Cooksey, L. M.
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Journal of Medical Entomology, 1991, 28, 2, pp 223-240
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This publication contains 11 contributions, as well as introductory and concluding remarks, from a symposium on the eradication of the calliphorid Cochliomyia hominivorax, a myiasis-producing agent of cattle and other livestock. The development of the sterile insect technique and its application in ...

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Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America, 1985, No. 62, pp 68pp.
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El Sotano, a village of 24 households (135 individuals) in Mexico was surveyed in 1984. 5 of 21 local pigs had Taenia solium cysticerci on the tongue. 4 of 127 stool samples contained Taenia eggs, 7 of 117 sera were seropositive for T. solium by ELISA, and 10 had medical histories suggesting...

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Sarti-Gutierrez, E. J.; Schantz, P. M.; Lara-Aguilera, R.; Gomez Dandoy, H.; Flisser, A.
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Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1988, 39, 3, pp 194-198
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Author(s)
Montelongo Garcia, A.
Citation
Mexico Ganadero, 1976, 19, 223, pp 32-34
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Author(s)
Bravo, T. C.
Citation
Salud Publica de Mexico, 1978, 20, 6, pp 705-716
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Professor Machado provides a broad view and some case studies of how the presence of 'aftosa' has affected inter-American relations. He shows how failure to control the disease has most frequently been the result of lack of cooperation between the American countries or reluctance to diligently...

Author(s)
Machado, M. A., Jr.
Publisher
State University of New York Press, Albany, N.Y.., USA
Citation
Aftosa. A historical Survey of foot-and-mouth disease and inter-American relations., 1969, pp xv+182 pp.
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In Central America, the economic loss in cattle infested with D. hominis and ticks can be over $60 per animal. An intensive campaign against these parasites would cost an estimated $4.5-5 per animal yearly. The author carried out trials with 4 parasiticides in a small number of cattle in Costa...

Author(s)
Müller, O.
Citation
Informe a los Gob-iernos de Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua y Venezuela sobre lucha contra el torsalo (Dennatobia hominis L.) y las garrapatas (Boophilus spp. y Amblyomma spp.) en Centroamerica., 1962, pp 16 pp.
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Vampire bats have been known to exist since the early discovery of America and for the past 45 years they have been known to transmit paralytic rabies to livestock. The vampire bat, D. rotundus, has a wide distribution and its range extends from Argentina and Chile (parallel 30°, Latitude S.) to...

Author(s)
MALAGA-ALBA, A.
Citation
American Journal of Public Health, 1954, 44, pp 909-918
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In this preliminary note, V. describes the symptoms of bovine encephalomyelitis (derriengue) Mexico. Although the disease was first noted in bovines, it has now been found to affect horses, pigs, and dog. It is apparently a virus infection and V. believes that it is identical with, or very similar...

Author(s)
VlLLAGOMEZ, S.
Publisher
B. Aires,
Citation
Rev. Med. vet., 1942, 24, pp 531-535

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