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In the present study, adult immersion test (AIT) was used for evaluation of resistance against synthetic pyrethroids (deltamethrin and cypermethrin) in Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus ticks collected from nine districts of three agro-climatic zones of north-western Himalayan region of India....

Author(s)
Godara, R.; Katoch, R.; Rafiqi, S. I.; Yadav, A.; Kaifa Nazim; Rohini Sharma; Singh, N. K.; Katoch, M.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 2019, 51, 5, pp 1203-1208
Abstract

Buffaloes and cattle infested with Boophilus, Hyalomma, Linognathus and Haematopinus were bathed once in a 20% solution of Pestoban (a herbal preparation), which was allowed to dry on their bodies. With light infestations, all ectoparasites were killed by the single application; a 2nd application...

Author(s)
Nooruddin, M.; Mahanta, P. N.; Nauriyal, D. C.
Citation
Pashudhan, 1990, 5, 4, pp 4
Abstract

Field trials were undertaken in India to test the efficacy of Blotic (propetamphos) against ectoparasitic ticks. Dogs, heavily infested with Rhipicephalus sanguineus, were sprayed with either 0.035 or 0.05% a.i. Horses, infested with Otobius megnini, and dairy cattle infested with Boophilus...

Author(s)
Rajeswari, Y. B.; Jagannath, M. S.; Abdul Rahman, S.
Citation
Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, 1987, 16, 1, pp 13-14
Abstract

Author(s)
Rosen, S.; Ziv, M.; Hadani, A.; Aharonson, A.
Citation
Hassadeh, 1988, 68, 10, pp 2009-2010
Abstract

An Indian bear (Melursus ursinus ursinus) was introduced into a cattle shed in Karnataka, India, in order to control a heavy infestation of Boophilus microplus. The bear consumed large numbers of larvae, nymphs and adults, including those buried in the soil. After 15-20 min, the tick population had ...

Author(s)
Harlapur, S.; Hiregoudar, L. S.
Citation
Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 1985, 82, 3, pp 636-637
Abstract

Cattle on a farm in Gujarat, India, were found to be infected with babesiosis caused by Babesia bigemina. The cattle were heavily infested with Boophilus annulatus (Say), Rhipicephalus spp. and Haemaphysalis spp., and the 1st species was identified as the major vector. A spray of lindane...

Author(s)
Shukla, D. C.; Heranjal, D. D.; Avasatthi, B. L.; Varghese, K.
Citation
Gujarat Agricultural University Research Journal, 1983, 8, 2, pp 115-116
Abstract

A brief account is given of the spread in India of bovine theileriasis, caused by Theileria annulata and transmitted by Hyalomma, and babesiosis, caused by Babesia bigemina and transmitted by Boophilus. Information is given on chemotherapy (including drugs and their dosages) and on the available...

Author(s)
Mishra, K. C.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, 1983, 8, 7, pp 51-54
Abstract

River buffalo infested with Boophilus microplus in Indonesia were treated with a 0.03, 0.06 or 0.09% wash of Rhodiacide (ethion) 60 EC. The numbers of all tick stages were significantly reduced on treated animals, but there was no significant difference between the 3 wash concentrations. There was...

Author(s)
Ginting, N.
Citation
Penyakit Hewan, 1986, 18, 32, pp 141-145
Abstract

Pestoban (a herbal preparation) was tested both in vitro and in vivo against various ectoparasites of livestock and poultry in Bihar, India, including ticks (Hyalomma, Boophilus, Haemaphysalis and Rhipicephalus), lice (Haematopinus), fleas (Echidnophaga and Ctenocephalides), and mites (Sarcoptes ...

Author(s)
Sinha, R. P.; Prasad, R. S.; Roy, S.; Zahinuddin, M.
Citation
Pashudhan, 1989, 4, 5, pp 89
Abstract

Initially 30 flies of each of 3 species (Muscina stabulans, Fannia canicularis, Aldrichina grahami), collected in pig houses in Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, between October 1988 and July 1989, were placed in 6 separate cages; one cage was an untreated control and another was sprayed...

Author(s)
Fukase, T.; Akihama, S.; Itagaki, H.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1991, 44, 7, pp 745-749

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