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The results obtained with the application of Gavac for the control of Boophilus spp. infestations in various countries of the world are reviewed. In controlled field trials in Cuba, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, Gavac showed a 55-100% efficacy in the control of B. microplus infestations in grazing ...

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Fuente, J. de la; Rodríguez, M.; Montero, C.; Redondo, M.; García-García, J. C.; Méndez, L.; Serrano, E.; Valdés, M.; Enríquez, A.; Canales, M.; Ramos, E.; Boué, O.; Machado, H.; Lleonart, R.
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Genetic Analysis: Biomolecular Engineering, 1999, 15, 3/5, pp 143-148
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Integration of temporal and spatial factors controlling host-landscape interactions is essential to development of systems perspectives important to the management of animal parasites. A simulation model based upon factors regulating distribution and population dynamics of B. annulatus and B....

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Teel, P. D.; Marin, S. L.; Grant, W. E.
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Ecological Modelling, 1996, 84, 1/3, pp 19-30
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In field studies in the central High Plain area of Mexico, observations were made on the daily activities of cattle within a herd and relationships determined between the number of engorged adult females of Boophilus microplus on cattle and the position of the latter in the herd hierarchy....

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Aguilar, S.; Solis, S.
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Southwestern Entomologist, 1984, 9, 3, pp 267-272
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Eight calves were artificially infested with 10 000 Boophilus microplus larvae on days 20, 11 and 2 before a subcutaneous dose of 150 mg/kg ivermectin was given to 3 calves and one of 200 mg/kg to 3 others. The percentage of control per treatment and per stage was above 99%.

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Hernandez Ortiz, R.; Rodriguez del Rosal, E.; Juarez Flores, J.; Herrera Rodriguez, D.; Canto Alarcon, G. J.
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Técnica Pecuaria en México, 1986, No.52, pp 51-59
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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...

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Woodham, C. B.; González Origel, A.; López León, A.; Guereña Morales, R.
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World Animal Review, 1983, No. 48, pp 18-24
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Camino-Lavin, M.
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Dissertation Abstracts International, 1981, 41B, 9, pp 3302-3303
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It is estimated that in Mexico, ticks directly or indirectly cause very large livestock losses (including reduced yields of milk, meat and hides) each year. The campaign currently enforced by federal and state legislation to control Boophilus, the vector of Babesia, is reviewed, the topics...

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Beltran, L.
Publisher
Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical., Cali, Colombia
Citation
Workshop on the Ecology and Control of external parasites of economic importance on bovines in Latin America. August 25-30, 1975., 1978, pp 59-75
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Berumen, H.; Boy, V. M.
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Folia Entomologica Mexicana, 1973, No.25/26, pp 131-132
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In each of 5 tests in Mexico in 1969-71, groups of yearling Holstein steers fed a diet containing low protein and fat and infested with known numbers of tick eggs consistently yielded larger numbers of engorged females of Boophilus annulatus (Say) than steers on a diet containing high protein and...

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Gladney, W. J.; Graham, O. H.; Trevino, J. L.; Ernst, S. E.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1973, 10, 2, pp 123-130

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