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Ecology in relation to integrated tick management

Ecology in relation to integrated tick management

Insect Science & its Application 13(4): 551-561

Selected aspects or ecological interactions with ticks, tick-borne diseases and their hosts are disc used in relation to Integrated Tick ManageMent. The needs to preserve tick-borne disease enzootic stability and to ensure the economic justification for any interventions were emphasized.

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DOI: 10.1017/S1742758400016131

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