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- Khater, Hanem, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Parasitology research 2016 v.115 no.10 pp. 3747-3758
- Hyalomma dromedarii; acaricides; bioassays; camels; eggs; females; fluorescence; fluorescent dyes; humans; lethal concentration 50; oviposition; pathogens; pets; photosensitizing agents; solar radiation; tetramethrin; ticks
- ... Ticks transmit more pathogen species than any other group of blood-feeding arthropods worldwide, affecting humans, livestock, and companion animals. Hyalomma dromedarii is the predominant tick species infesting camels, and its effective control is of pivotal importance. In this research, we compared the phytoefficacy of safranin (SF), a fluorescent dye applied as an acaricide for the first time, t ...