deer tick

NOUN
  1. a northeastern tick now recognized as same species as Ixodes scapularis
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  • A few years later, Old Lyme would become the eponym for the disease; and those once-annoying deer ticks were suddenly noxious.
  • Next week Deer ticks. Times, Sunday Times
  • And only a small percentage of people who are bitten by a deer tick get Lyme disease.
  • And not just the nymphal deer tick but the nymphal deer tick that was somewhat filled with human blood, in other words, it had been feeding for a couple of days or more. CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2001
  • For example, reforestation in the United States and Europe is responsible for an increase in Lyme disease as deer ticks have more opportunities to find human hosts.
  • In highly endemic areas, at most 20 to 30 percent of deer ticks are infected with B. burgdorferi.
  • What does a bumper crop of acorns have to do with the deer tick population?
  • The blacklegged tick, also known as a deer tick, transmits the disease through a bite. News
  • Deet protects troops on the ground from mosquitoes, deer ticks, biting flies, chiggers, fleas and other insects.
  • Students used the satellite imagery to analyze soil moisture and vegetation at 12 locations in the Talladega National Forest in north-central Alabama, creating detailed digital maps and images showing conditions on the ground that could support habitats for carriers of Lyme disease: blacklegged ticks (deer ticks). PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
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