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Acarid Phylogeny and Evolution: Adaptation in Mites and Ticks

Fabio Bernini - Science - 2002 - 451 pages
This volume covers several aspects of the Acarology as presented at The Fourth Symposium of the European Acarologists held in Siena, Italy, July 24-28, 2000. The meeting ...
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The Acari: Reproduction, development and life-history strategies

Reinhart Schuster - Science - 2012 - 554 pages
During the Inaugural Meeting of the European Association of Acarol ogists (EURAAC), held in Amsterdam in 1987, it was decided that the holding of a Symposium at regular ...
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Fundamentals of Applied Acarology

Manjit Singh Dhooria - Science - 2016 - 470 pages
Acarology - the study of mites and ticks, is a subdiscipline of Zoology, and is many times considered in the field of Entomology (the study of insects). Mites and ticks are ...
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Recent Advances in Acarology

J Rodriguez - Technology & Engineering - 2012 - 654 pages
Recent Advances in Acarology, Volume I, emerged from the V International Congress of Acarology held at Michigan State University in August 1978. It includes the contents of the ...
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Mites of Greenhouses: Identification, Biology and Control

Zhi-Qiang Zhang - Gardening - 2003 - 244 pages
Mites are among the most important arthropods in greenhouses, both as pests causing economic injury to greenhouse crops, and as natural enemies used in the biological control ...
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Ecology and Evolution of the Acari: Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium of the ...

Jan Bruin, Leo P.S. van der Geest, M.W. Sabelis - Science - 2013 - 677 pages
Acarology is on the move! The growing interest from evolutionary and molecular biologists and from population and community ecologists in mites and ticks has a strong impetus ...
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