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Definition of Ectoparasitic
EctoparasiticEctoparasite Ec`to*par"a*site, n. (Zo["o]l.)
Any parasite which lives on the exterior of animals; --
opposed to endoparasite. -- Ec`to*par`a*sit"ic, a.
Meaning of Ectoparasitic from wikipedia
is a close relationship between
one organism, the parasite, lives
on or inside another
organism, the host, causing
it some harm...
- An ectoparasitic infestation
is a parasitic disease caused
that live primarily
on the surface
of the host. Examples: Scabies...
are a group
of ectoparasitic flatworms commonly found
on the skin, gills, or fins of fish. They have a direct lifecycle
and do not require...
- Piscicolidae ectoparasitic Ozobranchidae
to the parasites' location
to the host. External
or ectoparasitic infestation
is a condition
in which organisms
humans. Mite infestation sometimes implies
, cutaneous condition
such as dermatitis. However, it is possible
- that they "...also found
a broad-spectrum agent
for the control
of ectoparasitic insects
and mites." Merck began marketing ivermectin
as a veterinary...
- from physical
wear and tear, feathers
face the onslaught
of fungi, ectoparasitic feather mites
and bird lice. The physical condition
- The beaver beetle
(Platypsyllus castoris) is an ectoparasitic beetle
that is only found
on its host species, beavers, and the sole member
of the genus...
is an infestation
of lice (blood-feeding ectoparasitic insects
of the order
Phthiraptera). The condition
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