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Abstract

A near 100% control of field populations of B. microplus, resistant to pyrethroid and organophosphorus acaricides, by an integrated system employing vaccination with a recombinant Bm86 antigen preparation (Gavac) and [unspecified] amidine acaricide treatments was demonstrated. The study was...

Author(s)
Redondo, M.; Fragoso, H.; Ortíz, M.; Montero, C.; Lona, J.; Medellín, J. A.; Fría, R.; Hernández, V.; Franco, R.; Machado, H.; Rodríguez, M.; Fuente, J. de la
Citation
Experimental & Applied Acarology, 1999, 23, 10, pp 841-849
Abstract

In Mexico, losses of meat, milk and leather and the death of livestock as a result of infestations by ticks, especially Boophilus annulatus (Say) and B. microplus (Can.), can be considerable, especially for European breeds. In order to avoid the financial burden caused by such infestations, to...

Author(s)
Woodham, C. B.; González Origel, A.; López León, A.; Guereña Morales, R.
Citation
World Animal Review, 1983, No. 48, pp 18-24
Abstract

For the successful control of Boophilus microplus (Can.) on cattle in the State of Morelos, Mexico, it is suggested that traditional and modern methods need to be integrated. Traditionally, in the dry season, the cattle are normally pastured on maize and sorghum stubble and in the wet season (when...

Author(s)
Camino Lavin, M.
Citation
Folia Entomologica Mexicana, 1979, pp 42-43
Abstract

The 1-host Boophilus microplus (Can.) and the 3-host Amblyomma cajennense (F.) present serious problems to cattle-raisers in south-eastern Mexico. B. microplus is generally controlled by fortnightly dipping, but the control of A. cajennense is more complex. Studies on the distribution of the 2...

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Calderon, L. del C.; Reyna Robles, R.; Carrillo Liz, A.
Citation
Folia Entomologica Mexicana, 1979, pp 50