acarine

NOUN
  1. mite or tick
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How To Use acarine In A Sentence

  • It is in these trachea that the acarine mites reproduce and feed.
  • The Buckfast bee is a cross between the native British and the Italian bee; this cross was produced thirty-five years ago, shortly before the native bee was exterminated by acarine disease.
  • The acarine fauna found on dust samples from living and bedroom curtains from dwellings in Campinas presents only partially correlated with mite species present on dust from many other indoor sources.
  • Part I contains reviews of insect allatostatic peptides, endocrine controls of insect vitellogenesis, neuropeptides inhibiting growth and reproduction in crustaceans, crustacean hyperglycemic hormones, ecdysteroid synthesis and regulation in crustaceans, and endocrine regulation of development and reproduction in acarines.
  • The species identities of the acarine ectoparasites were not determined.
  • Those interested in acarines or the captive culture of arachnids are referred to two other listservers: Acarology and Arachnid.
  • Additionally, I am addressing the highly neglected taxonomy of many of the marine meiofaunal groups (nematodes, copepods, ostracods, amphipods, acarines, etc).
  • Mullen presented 238 world-wide records of acarine parasites of mosquitoes but more than half of the observations concerned unidentified or doubtfully identified mites.
  • Ticks aren't insects; they're acarines, closer kin to spiders.
  • Species richness and biogeography of non-acarine arachnids in Namibia. Kaokoveld desert
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