Definition of Acarine. Meaning of Acarine. Synonyms of Acarine

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Definition of Acarine

Acarine
Acarine Ac"a*rine, a. (Med.) Of or caused by acari or mites; as, acarine diseases.

Meaning of Acarine from wikipedia

- monophyly of the Acari is open to debate, and the relationships of the acarines to other arachnids is not at all clear. In older treatments, the subgroups...
- the hive. Acarine mites, formerly known as tracheal mites, are believed to have entered the US in 1984, from Mexico. Mature female acarine mites leave...
- resistance to Acarine. This is especially true of the dark, leather-coloured variety, whereas the golden strains are highly susceptible to Acarine.— Brother...
- Chester followed suit and had Acarine perform at the launch for his book Naughty Forty. Director Lexi Alexander then asked Acarine to provide a song for his...
- known as acarines. Although both acarines and insects (cl**** Insecta) are studied in the fields of veterinary and medical parasitology, acarines are separated...
- decimated by tracheal mites. This condition, later called "acarine" disease, after the acarine parasitic mite that invaded the bees' tracheal tubes and...
- publications. During his long career, three new parasites of the honeybee, acarine mite, varroa mite and African small hive beetle were introduced to the...
- Solitary bees produce neither honey nor beeswax. They are immune from acarine and Varroa mites, but have their own unique parasites, pests, and diseases...
- flies and dragonflies. Honey bees are affected by parasites including acarine and Varroa mites. However, some bees are believed to have a mutualistic...
- and not its live earwig transportation. Hippolyte Lucas observed scarlet acarine mites on European earwigs. The fossil record of the Dermaptera starts...
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