Argas: A genus of softbacked TICKS in the family ARGASIDAE. Most infect birds or bats but a few parasitize terrestrial mammals.Argasidae: A family of softbacked TICKS, in the subclass ACARI. Genera include ARGAS and ORNITHODOROS among others.Tropical Medicine: The branch of medicine concerned with diseases, mainly of parasitic origin, common in tropical and subtropical regions.Egypt: A country in northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip, and the Red Sea north of Sudan, and includes the Asian Sinai Peninsula Its capital is Cairo.Arboviruses: Arthropod-borne viruses. A non-taxonomic designation for viruses that can replicate in both vertebrate hosts and arthropod vectors. Included are some members of the following families: ARENAVIRIDAE; BUNYAVIRIDAE; REOVIRIDAE; TOGAVIRIDAE; and FLAVIVIRIDAE. (From Dictionary of Microbiology and Molecular Biology, 2nd ed)Ticks: Blood-sucking acarid parasites of the order Ixodida comprising two families: the softbacked ticks (ARGASIDAE) and hardbacked ticks (IXODIDAE). Ticks are larger than their relatives, the MITES. They penetrate the skin of their host by means of highly specialized, hooked mouth parts and feed on its blood. Ticks attack all groups of terrestrial vertebrates. In humans they are responsible for many TICK-BORNE DISEASES, including the transmission of ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPOTTED FEVER; TULAREMIA; BABESIOSIS; AFRICAN SWINE FEVER; and RELAPSING FEVER. (From Barnes, Invertebrate Zoology, 5th ed, pp543-44)Mononegavirales: An order comprising four families of eukaryotic viruses possessing linear, non-segmented, negative-strand RNA genomes. 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(Computer Dictionary, 4th ed.)Liquid Crystals: Materials in intermediate state between solid and liquid.Acid Etching, Dental: Preparation of TOOTH surfaces and DENTAL MATERIALS with etching agents, usually phosphoric acid, to roughen the surface to increase adhesion or osteointegration.Gases: The vapor state of matter; nonelastic fluids in which the molecules are in free movement and their mean positions far apart. Gases tend to expand indefinitely, to diffuse and mix readily with other gases, to have definite relations of volume, temperature, and pressure, and to condense or liquefy at low temperatures or under sufficient pressure. (Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)Dental Etching: Preparation of TOOTH surfaces, and of materials bonded to teeth or DENTAL IMPLANTS, with agents and methods which roughen the surface to facilitate adhesion. 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This method differs from freeze-fracturing in that no cryoprotectant is used and, thus, allows for the sublimation of water during the freeze-drying process to etch the surfaces.Horseshoe Crabs: An arthropod subclass (Xiphosura) comprising the North American (Limulus) and Asiatic (Tachypleus) genera of horseshoe crabs.Teaching Materials: Instructional materials used in teaching.Pharmacology, Clinical: The branch of pharmacology that deals directly with the effectiveness and safety of drugs in humans.Deception: The act of deceiving or the fact of being deceived.Search Engine: Software used to locate data or information stored in machine-readable form locally or at a distance such as an INTERNET site.Dictionaries, MedicalRickettsia felis: A species of gram-negative bacteria transmitted by the flea Ctenocephalides felis, and known to infect CATS, oppossums, and humans.Rickettsia Infections: Infections by the genus RICKETTSIA.Siphonaptera: An order of parasitic, blood-sucking, wingless INSECTS with the common name of fleas.Helicobacter felis: A species of HELICOBACTER that colonizes in the STOMACH of laboratory MICE; CATS; and DOGS. 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Allergy to pigeon tick (Argas reflexus) in Upper Silesia, Poland. (1/6)

The pigeon tick Argas reflexus is avian ectoparasite that typically feeds on pigeons. When devoid of a natural host, the ticks can also attack humans. In Upper Silesia, southern Poland, people living in the vicinity of the birds' nesting sites are frequently bitten by A. reflexus. The bites can provoke serious allergic reactions, including fatal anaphylactic shock. In the present study, residents of 9 apartments invaded by pigeon ticks were invited to undergo medical examination, skin prick tests (SPT) and determination of specific IgE to A. reflexus. The test allergens were prepared of ticks collected on-site. Out of 18 residents living in the infested apartments, 15 accepted the invitation. In this group, 8 persons complained of tick-related health problems, positive SPT to A. reflexus were found in all of them, and specific IgE was detectable in 3 persons (range: 0.38-0.84 kUA/l; CAP class 1-2). Final clinical diagnoses were established of generalised urticaria with asthma in 1 person, generalised urticaria in another 1, and local allergic reactions to tick bites in the remaining 6. Among 7 symptom-free residents, all test results were negative. Besides the study group, the paper also describes the case of a person who developed hypersensitivity to A. reflexus as a child, after a few visits to an abandoned dovecote. 30 years later, positive SPT (++) and specific IgE (0.78 kUA/l; CAP class 2) were still present despite no further re-exposures. The article also discusses available pest control measures against A. reflexus.  (+info)

Comparative sialomics between hard and soft ticks: implications for the evolution of blood-feeding behavior. (2/6)

Ticks evolved various mechanisms to modulate their host's hemostatic and immune defenses. Differences in the anti-hemostatic repertoires suggest that hard and soft ticks evolved anti-hemostatic mechanisms independently, but raise questions on the conservation of salivary gland proteins in the ancestral tick lineage. To address this issue, the sialome (salivary gland secretory proteome) from the soft tick, Argas monolakensis, was determined by proteomic analysis and cDNA library construction of salivary glands from fed and unfed adult female ticks. The sialome is composed of approximately 130 secretory proteins of which the most abundant protein folds are the lipocalin, BTSP, BPTI and metalloprotease families which also comprise the most abundant proteins found in the salivary glands. Comparative analysis indicates that the major protein families are conserved in hard and soft ticks. Phylogenetic analysis shows, however, that most gene duplications are lineage specific, indicating that the protein families analyzed possibly evolved most of their functions after divergence of the two major tick families. In conclusion, the ancestral tick may have possessed a simple (few members for each family), but diverse (many different protein families) salivary gland protein domain repertoire.  (+info)

Structure, function, and evolution of biogenic amine-binding proteins in soft ticks. (3/6)

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A novel clade of cysteinyl leukotriene scavengers in soft ticks. (4/6)

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The influence of the fasting period on the number of nymphal instars and on the sex ratio of Argas (Persicargas) miniatus (Acari: Argasidae). (5/6)

The current study investigated the biology of nymphs of the first and second instars of Argas (Persicargas) miniatus. Nymphs were deprived of food for 15, 30 or 60 days and held at 27 +/- 1 degrees C and 80 +/- 10% relative humidity (controlled conditions) or at room conditions of temperature and relative humidity. Nymphs of first instar deprived of food for 15 or 30 days molted to second and third instars in both controlled and room conditions. Nymphs of the first instar deprived of food for 60 days had 28 and 37% mortality in controlled and room conditions, respectively; and survivors did not attach to the host. Nymphs of the second instar, deprived of food for 60 days, molted either to the third instar or to males after feeding on Gallus gallus, and the nymphs of the third instar developed to adults (42.42% males and 36.36% females when nymphs were held in controlled temperature and humidity conditions, and 40.54% males and 48.65% females when nymphs were held in room conditions). The remainder of the nymphs molted to the fourth instar and then molted to females. In conclusion, the nymphal starvation period of 60 days determined the number of nymph instars in the life cycle of A. miniatus under the experimental conditions studied.  (+info)

Borrelia, Rickettsia, and Ehrlichia species in bat ticks, France, 2010. (6/6)

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*Demosthenes

"Argas" was a poetical word for a snake, but also the name of a poet. e. ^ Both Tsatsos and Weil maintain that Demosthenes never ... Another nickname of Demosthenes was "Argas." According to Plutarch, this name was given him either for his savage and spiteful ...

*White-rumped vulture

Ticks, Argas (Persicargas) abdussalami, have been collected in numbers from the roost trees of these vultures in Pakistan. A ... Hoogstraal, H.; McCarthy, V. C. (1965). "The subgenus Persicargas (Ixodoidea, Argasidae, Argas). 2. A. (P.) abdussalami, new ...

*Gertrud Theiler

The argasid tick Argas theilerae (Hoogstraal and Kaiser, 1970), "Theiler's African white-backed vulture argasid," was named to ... Hoogstraal, Harry; Kaiser, Makram N. (1970). "The subgenus Persicargas (Ixodoidea, Argasidae, Argas). 8. A. (P.) theilerae, new ...

*Jane Brotherton Walker

The argasid tick Argas walkerae Kaiser and Hoogstraal, 1969, "Walker's South African fowl argasid" was named in her honor. Ivan ... The subgenus Persicargas (Ixodoidea, Argasidae, Argas). 7. A. (P.) walkerae, new species, a parasite of domestic fowl in ...

*Snow partridge

Hoogstraal, H; Kaiser, MN (1973). "Observations on the Subgenus Argas (Ixodoidae: Argasidae, Argas). 7. A. (A.) himalayensis, ... Apart from Chelopistes lervicola described as an ectoparasite of this species, an Argasid tick Argas himalayensis has been ...

*Crag martin

"Observations on the subgenus Argas (Ixodoidea: Argasidae: Argas) 10. A. (A.) africolumbae, n. sp., a Pretoria virus-infected ... Invertebrate species first found in nests of crag martin species include the tick Argas (A.) africolumbae from a rock martin ...

*Rock martin

"Observations on the subgenus Argas (Ixodoidea: Argasidae: Argas) 10. A. (A.) africolumbae, n. sp., a Pretoria virus-infected ... In 1975, one of the first findings of the tick Argas (A.) africolumbae was in a nest of Ptyonoprogne f. fusciventris in Kenya, ...

*Abu Hammad virus

It was isolated from a tick, Argas hermanni, in Egypt. This virus doesn't cause disease in humans. Mahy, Brian W J (2001). A ...

*Quaranfil virus

Taylor, RM (1966). "Arboviruses isolated from ARGAS TICKS IN Egypt: Quaranfil, Chenuda, and Nyamanini". Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. ...

*Ticks of domestic animals

The lifecycle of Argas persicus is similar, but the larva feeds on blood of its bird host, remaining attached around 7 days. ... Argas persicus, the fowl tick, is a major pest of poultry birds (see Gallery below for photograph). The tampan ticks within ... Ornithodoros and Argas ticks are particularly adapted to wait for their hosts to arrive by being able to survive for years ... Borrelia anserina is transmitted by Argas persicus to poultry, causing avian borreliosis in a wide spread of tropical and ...

*Argasidae

The currently accepted genera are Antricola, Argas, Nothoaspis, Ornithodoros, and Otobius. Ticks of domestic animals D. H. ...

*Alexandre Salimbeni

With Marchoux, he identified Argas persicus as the vector of avian spirochaetosis. In 1910 he participated on a mission to ...

*Tick

The Argasidae contains about 200 species; the genera accepted as of 2010[update] are Antricola, Argas, Nothoaspis, Ornithodoros ...

*Bed bug

... and Argas reflexus Fab. (Acari: Argasidae)" (PDF). In Robinson, Wm H.; Rettich, F.; Rambo, G.W. Proceedings of the 3rd ...

*Arges-e Sofla

... (Persian: ارگس سفلي‎, also Romanized as Arges-e Soflá and Argas Sofla; also known as Areks, Areks-e Soflá, Erkes- ...

*Borrelia anserina

This bacterium is transmitted from bird to bird by ticks from the Argas and Ornitodorus genera. The major symptoms of an ...

*Cimex

... and Argas reflexus Fab. (Acari: Argasidae) (PDF). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Urban Pests. Hronov, Czech ...

*Bed bug

"Efficacy of controlled atmospheres on Cimex lectularius (L.) (Heteroptera: Cimicidae) and Argas reflexus Fab. (Acari: ...

*Topdeck

The company was founded in 1973 and was officially named Argas Persicus Ltd trading as Topdeck Travel. The name was a reference ...

*Gerald Augustus Harold Bedford

doi:10.1017/S0031182000013573 Bedford, G.A.H. 1932: "Description of Argas striatus, a new species of tick". 18th Report of the ... Between 1912 and 1938, Bedford discovered and described the following species of tick in South Africa : Argas peringueyi ( ... Argas striatus (Bedford, 1932) Rhipicephalus distinctus (Bedford, 1932) Bedford, G.A.H. & Hewitt, J. 1925: "Descriptions of two ...

*Quaranjavirus

The virus has also been isolated from seabirds and from ticks, such as the soft-bodied Argas arboreus. The virus has been shown ... Tyulek virus was isolated from soft-bodied Argas vulgaris ticks infesting birds by the Aksu River near the village of Tyulek in ... isolated from the ticks Argas vulgaris Filippova, 1961 (Argasidae) from the birds burrow nest biotopes in the Kyrgyzstan]", ...

*Pale crag martin

Another argasid tick, Argas africolumbae, was found in a nest of the closely related rock martins in Kenya. The nasal mite ...

*List of ixodid ticks of Sri Lanka

Argas persicus Ornithodoros savignyi Otobius megnini "Systematics and evolution of ticks with a list of valid genus and species ...

*Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever

Tick species identified as infected with the virus include Argas reflexus, Hyalomma anatolicum, Hyalomma detritum, Hyalomma ...

*Nyamiviridae

NYMV has been isolated from cattle egrets (species Bubulcus ibis) and ticks (species Argas walkerae) in Egypt, India, Nigeria, ...
Summary Isolations are reported of three arboviruses designated as Quaranfil, Chenuda, and Nyamanini in the Nile Delta of Egypt. Quaranfil virus was isolated from Argas Persicargas arboreus, Argas (Argas) reflexus hermanni, nestling cattle egrets (Bubulcus ibis ibis), and a pigeon squab, and from the blood of two children during a febrile illness. The ecological characteristics of this virus deduced from virus isolation from naturally infected vertebrates and arthropods, limited surveys for antibodies, and experimental infection and transmission, suggest that it is essentially a bird virus, transmitted by Argas ticks. The two species of birds, the cattle egret and the pigeon, that were definitely incriminated, nested in colonies that were heavily parasitized by Argas ticks-the former by A. arboreus and the latter by A. r. hermanni. Apparently, infection is acquired mainly by the young birds from the infected ticks, and the birds in turn infect additional larval and nymphal ticks. Though the virus
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Hornok, Sándor and Mulvihill, Maria and Szőke, Krisztina and Gönczi, Enikő and Sulyok, Kinga M. and Gyuranecz, Miklós and Hofmann-Lehmann, Regina (2017) Impact of a freeway on the dispersal of ticks and Ixodes ricinus-borne pathogens: forested resting areas may become Lyme disease hotspots. Acta Veterinaria Hungarica, 65 (2). pp. 242-252. ISSN 0236-6290 Hornok, Sándor and Szőke, Krisztina and Tan Tu, Vuong and Kontschán, Jenő and Takács, Nóra and Sándor, Attila and Földvári, Gábor and Estók, Péter and Görföl, Tamás (2017) Mitochondrial gene heterogeneity of the bat soft tick Argas vespertilionis (Ixodida: Argasidae) in the Palaearctic. PARASITES AND VECTORS, 10. No. 109. ISSN 1756-3305 Hornok, Sándor and Szőke, Krisztina and Görföl, Tamás and Földvári, Gábor and Tan Tu, Vuong and Takács, Nóra and Kontschán, Jenő and Sándor, Attila D. and Estók, Péter and Boldogh, Sándor and Kováts, Dávid (2017) Molecular investigation of the bat tick Argas vespertilionis ...
Makram Nasri Kaiser, 1930-1996, was a medical and veterinary acarologist who was the worlds leading authority on ticks of the genus Hyalomma. Born in Aswan on April 6, 1930, Kaiser received his primary and secondary schooling in Egypt. He took his undergraduate education at Cairo University, completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture in 1949. In 1962, he earned a Master of Science degree at Ain Shams University, with his thesis on hosts and ecological relationships of Egyptian Hyalomma ticks. He completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1965 at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, with his research conducted at the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). His dissertation resulted in the publication of five scientific papers describing a new subgenus and species of Argas, a rearing method for argasids, vector relationships and transmission of Quaranfil and Nyamanini viruses, and the inability of the fowl argasid Argas persicus (which also parasitizes wild ...
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Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 2013 Jan;69(Pt 1):105-13. doi: 10.1107/S0907444912043326. Epub 2012 Dec 20. Research Support, N.I.H., Intramural; Research Support, U.S. Govt, Non-P.H.S.
The prevalence and distribution of Argas walkerae (Acari: Argasidae) in the eastern region of the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa ...
Argas boueti previously unknown in the USSR was found in Turkmenia and Uzbekistan. Hosts - Rhinolopus ferrumeguinum and R. bocharicus. In both cases almost fully engorged larvae have been found. (Author)(*TICKS
Argas vespertilionis, an argasid tick associated with bats and bat habitats in Europe, Africa, and Asia has been reported to bite humans; however, studies investigating the presence of vector-borne pathogens in these ticks are lacking. Using molecular tools, we tested 5 A. vespertilionis ticks collected in 2010 from the floor of a bat-infested attic in southwestern France that had been converted into bedrooms. Rickettsia sp. AvBat, a new genotype of spotted fever group rickettsiae, was detected and cultivated from 3 of the 5 ticks. A new species of the Ehrlichia canis group, Ehrlichia sp. AvBat, was also detected in 3 ticks. Four ticks were infected with Borrelia sp. CPB1, a relapsing fever agent of the Borrelia group that caused fatal borreliosis in a bat in the United Kingdom. Further studies are needed to characterize these new agents and determine if the A. vespertilionis tick is a vector and/or reservoir of these agents.
Argas vespertilionis, an argasid tick associated with bats and bat habitats in Europe, Africa, and Asia has been reported to bite humans; however, studies investigating the presence of vector-borne pathogens in these ticks are lacking. Using molecular tools, we tested 5 A. vespertilionis ticks collected in 2010 from the floor of a bat-infested attic in southwestern France that had been converted into bedrooms. Rickettsia sp. AvBat, a new genotype of spotted fever group rickettsiae, was detected and cultivated from 3 of the 5 ticks. A new species of the Ehrlichia canis group, Ehrlichia sp. AvBat, was also detected in 3 ticks. Four ticks were infected with Borrelia sp. CPB1, a relapsing fever agent of the Borrelia group that caused fatal borreliosis in a bat in the United Kingdom. Further studies are needed to characterize these new agents and determine if the A. vespertilionis tick is a vector and/or reservoir of these agents.
Summary Argas (Persicargus) arboreus ticks were collected monthly between March 1963 and February 1964 from a nesting site of Bubulcus i. ibis L. (cattle egret) in the Nile Barrage Park near Cairo, Egypt. A total of 2,500 ticks, tested in 500 pools of 5 each, yielded 42 strains of Quaranfil virus and 76 strains of Nyamanini virus. No virus strains were recovered from 2,400 specimens of A. (P.) persicus from domestic chickens in the same general area. Natural infection indexes of both viruses showed an early spring rise and a less marked fall rise in the tick population. The spring rise of Nyamanini was maintained through most of the summer months; that of Quaranfil dropped in midspring and remained at a low level until fall. Cattle egrets are absent from the nesting sites during winter; they return and are easily available hosts for these ticks early in spring when the weather becomes warmer. Adult and young birds are present in the same trees till the end of summer or early fall. While no Nyamanini
Other articles where Upper Silesia is discussed: Opolskie: History: …the duchy of Opole-Racibórz (Upper Silesia). During the rule of the
I have experienced this "waking up to giant writhing spider mass descending onto your face" phenomenon twice now. It terrified me both times and I immediately jumped up screaming and ran to turn the light on, just as another person above has described. The account here from the husband who saw what his wife saw is incredibly interesting. It seems to discredit the theory that these are simply hallucinations created by the brain while it is trying to emerge from sleep state. Why would two people have the same hallucination at the same time if that were the case? I feel like the medical community has come up with a lot of ways to dismiss things that they cant really explain, and this may be one of them. I dont deny the reality that hallucinations can occur when transitioning from dreams to wakefulness and vice versa, but I dont think that its true in every case. I feel that there is a whole world of creatures in our space that we cant normally see, and Im not bothered by that. However, the ...
This species occurs in the rainforest belt of southeastern Madagascar, from Ranomafana south to Andohahela, between 300-800 m asl. Older records from elsewhere in Madagascar probably belong to other species. As such its range has an extent of occurrence (EOO) of 19,946 km2 and includes fewer than ten threat-defined locations ...
Singer born in Upper Silesia, Poland, to a family devoid of musical traditions. Karnas has worked with Polands jazz legends as well as top-line artists of Europes jazz scene. In 2006 and 2007 he was awarded Grand Prix of jazz vocal competitions in Bruxelles and Crest, France. His being noticed by juries, journalists and audiences gave way to his bands touring in many corners of the world.. ...
Polskie Towarzystwo Statystycze Oddział we Wrocławiu ŚLĄSKI Silesia Statistical Review Nr 3 (9) Wydawictwo Uiwersytetu Ekooiczego we Wrocławiu Wrocław 205 RADA NAUKOWA Walety Ostasiewicz, Tadeusz Bedarski,
205. DISCOVERY OF THE BADENIAN EVAPORITES INSIDE THE CARPATHIAN ARC. GEOLOGICA CARPATHICA. , 2017, 68, 3, 193 - 206. Ghergari L., Mészáros N., Hosu A., Filipescu S. & Chira C. 1991: The gypsiferous formation at Cheia (Cluj County). Studia universitatis Babes-Bolyai Geologia XXXVI, 1, 13-28.. Głuszyński A. & Aleksandrowski P. 2016: Deep palaeovalley in the floor of Polish Carpathian Foredeep basin near Pilzno and its control on facies of Badenian (Middle Miocene) evaporites. Geol. Quarterly 60, 2, 493-516.. Gonera M. 2013: Globorotaliid intervals of the sub-evaporite badenian (Middle Miocene) in the upper silesia basin (Central Paratethys, Poland). Geol. Quarterly 57, 4, 757-768.. Gonera M. 2014: Wielician (Mid dle Badenian) foraminifers from the stratotype area - Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland (Paratethys, Middle Miocene). Geol. Quarterly., 58, 3, 427-438.. Gonera M. & Bukowski K. 2012_ Isotopic events in the Early/Middle Badenian (Miocene) of the Upper Silesia Basin (Central Para-. tethys). ...
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These results provide further information about tick lectins/FRePs. In agreement with our previously published results, we detected haemagglutination activity (HA) in haemolymph of ticks Dermacentor marginatus, Rhipicephalus appendiculatus, R. pulchellus, and R. sanguineus[15]. HA was previously detected in R. appendiculatus and it was inhibited by GalNAc, xylose, and fructose [21, 22]. Our results show N-acetylated saccharides and sialic acid together with sialylated glycoproteins as the most potent inhibitors of HA in all studied Rhipicephalus species and in D. marginatus. These observations suggest involvement of NeuAc and the N-acetyl groups in saccharide recognition by tick lectins/FRePs. Previously, we observed similar inhibitory pattern also for Ixodes ricinus, Ornithodoros tartakovskyi, O. pappillipes, and Argas polonicus[15].. The haemagglutinins of the tick haemolymph seem to belong to the fibrinogen-related protein family, as was shown in the case of the lectin Dorin M from O. moubata ...
Introduction: Overweight and obesity affect an increasing number of children and adolescents in Poland. This excessive body weight usually coexists with sleep disorders and other afflictions, which is worrisome. Objective: The aim of the study was to assess the prevalence of overweight,...
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Matías Ripoll and Trinidad Porretti.. QUESTIONS. 1- What were the aims of the league?. 2- What happened to Wilson when he returned to USA after signing the Treaty of Versailles?. 3- Why did German immigrants in USA not want to join the league?. 4- What economic reason did USA give to stay out of the league?. 5- How did Americans feel about imperialism in Europe?. 6- Why did Poland invade Vilna? Why did the league not act about it?. 7- Why was upper Silesia an important region for Poland and Germany?. 8- How did the league solve the problem in Vilna?. 9- What did the league decide to do about the Aaland Islands?. 10- Why did Mussolini invade Greece in the Corfu conflict?. 11- Why was the league criticised about the resolution in the Corfu conflict?. 12- How did the Geneva protocol weaken the league?. 13- Why did Greece invade Belgium in 1925?. 14- Why did Greece complain that the league "seemed to have one rule for the large states(such as Italy) and other for the small ones?. ANSWERS. 1- The ...
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There are 49 different species of ticks in California, but only a few species transmit diseases to humans in California.. Ticks are divided into two groups: "hard ticks" (Ixodid ticks) and "soft ticks" (Argasids). Most soft ticks live in the nests of birds or wild animals like squirrels or rabbits. These ticks feed exclusively on animal hosts and are rarely seen by people.. ...
1. First Human Use of an Allogeneic Tissue Engineered Vascular Graft. Todd N. McAllister, Cytograft/St. Josephs Translational Res Inst, Novato, CA; Wojciech Wystrychowski, Medical UNiversity of Silesia, Katowice, Poland; Lech Cierpka, Krzysztof Zagalski, Medical Univ of Silesia, Katowice, Poland; Sergio A. Garrido, Fleni Hosp, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Samuel Radochonski, Nathalie Dusserre, Cytograft, Novato, CA; Nicolas LHeureux, Cytograft/St. Josephs Translational Res Inst, Novato, CA. Introduction: End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) is one of the most costly chronic diseases in the industrialized world. In the U.S., more than $27 billion is expended annually for the care of 400,000 dialysis patients. Creation and maintenance of access shunts is one of the principal challenges associated with dialysis, and accounts for 15% of all ESRD-related expenses. A more effective solution to hemodialysis access remains one of the key objectives in vascular surgery today. Previously we reported promising ...
Many tick species have eyes and can detect color and movement. Hard and soft ticks can detect carbon dioxide (CO2) that animals produce as they exhale. By following these signs, ticks have a good chance of finding hosts. ...
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In their saliva, blood-feeding arthropods have potent pharmacologically active components that help them counteract the hemostatic and inflammatory system of the vertebrate host each time they attempt to take a blood meal (Ribeiro, 1987). Vasodilators, anticoagulants and inhibitors of platelet aggregation are part of this salivary mixture (Ribeiro and Francischetti, 2003). Recently, with the technological advances in DNA and protein sequencing, novel and unexpected molecules with potential biological activities have been isolated from the saliva of blood-feeding arthropods. Such molecules include hyalorunidase, nucleotidases, novel apyrases, amine-binding proteins, tissue-factor pathway inhibitors and others (Ribeiro and Francischetti, 2003). Another such protein is adenosine deaminase (ADA), which was identified from transcripts of a salivary gland cDNA library of the New World sand fly Lutzomyia longipalpis (Charlab et al., 2000) and the mosquitoes Culex quinquefasciatus and Aedes aegypti ...
OBJECTIVES: We investigate trends in the prevalence of cigarette smoking among adults at all ages in two time points 9 years apart in two neighbouring rural populations and examine social and respiratory health determinants of quitting smoking. STUDY DESIGN: Repeated cross-sectional study. METHODS: Two cross-sectional surveys were conducted in the same rural area of lower Silesia in Poland in 2003 and 2012. A total of 1328 (91% of adult eligible individuals) in 2003 and 1449 (92% of eligible) in 2012 adult inhabitants were surveyed, 908 people (560 villagers and 348 town inhabitants) participated in both surveys. Participants completed a questionnaire on smoking behaviour, education level and respiratory diseases. RESULTS: Current smoking was higher in the villages than the town, among men than women and those with a middle level of education. The prevalence of current smokers decreased over time, although this decline was much more pronounced in the town than in the villages (30.2% vs 23% and ...
A novel Flowing Atmospheric Pressure Afterglow (FAPA) ion source for direct analysis of organic compounds / Marek SMOLUCH, Edward Reszke, Andrzej Ramsza, Grzegorz Schroeder, Jerzy SILBERRING // W: The XXXVII\textsuperscript{th} symposium Chromatographic methods of investigating the organic compounds [Dokument elektroniczny] : June 11\textsuperscript{th} - June 13\textsuperscript{th}, 2014, Katowice-Szczyrk, Poland / University of Silesia. Institute of Chemistry. - Wersja do Windows. - Dane tekstowe. - [Katowice : Uniwersytet Śląski], [2014]. - Dysk Flash. - S. [3]. - Wymagania systemowe: Adobe Acrobat Reader. - Tryb dostępu: http://chromatographia.us.edu.pl/oral_session2012.pdf [2012-06-04]. - Jerzy Silberring - dod. afiliacja: Centre of Polymer and Carbon Materials, Polish Academy of Sciences. - Tekst dostępny w części: Oral session ...
Apart from the huge festivals with pop star-packed line-ups, there is a smaller one that deserves a closer look - one that has been voted The Best Small Festival 3 times in the last 4 years, sells over 10,000 tickets a year while being run by a group of 5 friends. Were talking about Festival Tauron Nowa Muzyka. I went to Silesia to talk to one of its organisers.. More » ...

The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene | Arboviruses Isolated from Argas Ticks in Egypt: Quaranfil, Chenuda, and...The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene | Arboviruses Isolated from Argas Ticks in Egypt: Quaranfil, Chenuda, and...

Quaranfil virus was isolated from Argas Persicargas arboreus, Argas (Argas) reflexus hermanni, nestling cattle egrets (Bubulcus ... transmitted by Argas ticks. The two species of birds, the cattle egret and the pigeon, that were definitely incriminated, ... nested in colonies that were heavily parasitized by Argas ticks-the former by A. arboreus and the latter by A. r. hermanni. ... Quaranfil virus was isolated from Argas Persicargas arboreus, Argas (Argas) reflexus hermanni, nestling cattle egrets (Bubulcus ...
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Argas - WikipediaArgas - Wikipedia

1963 Argas brevipes Banks, 1908 Argas brumpti Neumann, 1907 Argas bureschi Dryenski, 1957 Argas canestrinii Birula, 1895 Argas ... Argas is a genus of tick. Argas abdussalami Hoogstraal & McCarthy, 1965 Argas acinus Whittick, 1938 Argas africolumbae ... 1971 Argas eboris Theiler, 1959 Argas echinops Hoogstraal, Uilenberg & Blanc, 1967 Argas falco Kaiser & Hoogstraal, 1974 Argas ... 1961 Argas magnus Neumann, 1896 Argas miniatus Koch, 1844 Argas monachus Keirans, Radovsky & Clifford, 1973 Argas monolakensis ...
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Argas keiransi is a species of argasid tick in the subgenus Persicargus that parasitizes the chimango, a falconid bird of prey ... A. keiransi is similar to, but morphologically distinct from, Argas giganteus Kohls & Clifford, 1968. Estrada-Peña, A; Venzal, ... JM; González-Acuña, D; Guglielmone, AA (Nov 2003). "Argas (Persicargas) keiransi n. sp. (Acari: Argasidae), a parasite of the ...
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Argas,/i, spp. Find specific details on this topic and related topics from the Merck Vet Manual. ... Argas spp By Michael L. Levin, PhD, Medical Entomology Laboratory Director, Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch, Centers for Disease ... Most of the 57 known Argas spp are specific for birds or bats; a few parasitize wild terrestrial mammals or Galapagos giant ... These and other Argas spp can cause great irritation when feeding on people. ...
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Argas explanation free. What is Argas? Meaning of Argas medical term. What does Argas mean? ... Looking for online definition of Argas in the Medical Dictionary? ... Argas miniatus, Argas radiatus, Argas robertsi, Argas sanchezi. *Argas miniatus, Argas radiatus, Argas robertsi, Argas sanchezi ... Argas miniatus, Argas radiatus, Argas robertsi, Argas sanchezi. similar to A. persicus and originally classified with that ...
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THE TICK ARGAS (CHIROPTERARGAS) BOLLETI ROUBAUD AND COLAS-BELCOUR, 1933 (PARASITIFORMES, ARGASIDAS), A NEW SPECIES FOR THE USSR...THE TICK ARGAS (CHIROPTERARGAS) BOLLETI ROUBAUD AND COLAS-BELCOUR, 1933 (PARASITIFORMES, ARGASIDAS), A NEW SPECIES FOR THE USSR...

Argas boueti previously unknown in the USSR was found in Turkmenia and Uzbekistan. Hosts - Rhinolopus ferrumeguinum and R. ... Abstract : Argas boueti previously unknown in the USSR was found in Turkmenia and Uzbekistan. Hosts - Rhinolopus ferrumeguinum ... Title : THE TICK ARGAS (CHIROPTERARGAS) BOLLETI ROUBAUD AND COLAS-BELCOUR, 1933 (PARASITIFORMES, ARGASIDAS), A NEW SPECIES FOR ...
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The prevalence and distribution of Argas walkerae (Acari: Argasidae) in the eastern region of the Eastern Cape Province, South...The prevalence and distribution of Argas walkerae (Acari: Argasidae) in the eastern region of the Eastern Cape Province, South...

Argas walkerae in Rhodesia [correspondence]. Rhodesian Veterinary Journal, 3:10. [ Links ]. KAISER, M.N. & HOOGSTRAAL, H. 1969 ... Argas walkerae was present in fowl houses from the warm coastal regions of the Indian Ocean in the south to the cold and ... A brief review of the genus Argas (Ixodoidea: Argasidae) in southern Africa. Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical ... The prevalence and distribution of Argas walkerae (Acari: Argasidae) in the eastern region of the Eastern Cape Province, South ...
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The detection and isolation of a paralysis toxin present in Argas (Persicargas) walkeraeThe detection and isolation of a paralysis toxin present in Argas (Persicargas) walkerae

... Neitz, A.W.H. (Albert Walter Herman) ... One-day-old leghorn chickens were used in a laboratory assay to determine the toxicity of crude extracts of the tick Argas ( ... The detection and isolation of a paralysis toxin present in Argas (Persicargas) walkerae. Login ...
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Parasite of the Day: July 2 - Argas persicusParasite of the Day: July 2 - Argas persicus

Argas persicus is a species of soft-bodied tick (Argasidae) that is common on chickens and other poultry. They like to hide in ...
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Allergy to pigeon tick (Argas reflexus) in Upper Silesia, PolandAllergy to pigeon tick (Argas reflexus) in Upper Silesia, Poland

Table 2. Medical data of people with Argas reflexus-related health problems, ordered according to allergy test results. No.. ... Table 1. Apartments invaded by Argas reflexus and their residents participating in the study. Apartments infested by A. ... Source: Spiewak R, Lundberg M, Johansson SGO, Buczek A. Allergy to pigeon tick (Argas reflexus) in Upper Silesia, Poland. Ann ... Allergy to pigeon tick (Argas reflexus) in Upper Silesia, Poland*. Radoslaw Spiewak1, Maria Lundberg2, S. Gunnar O. Johansson3 ...
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ArboCat Virus: Sixgun City (SCV)ArboCat Virus: Sixgun City (SCV)

Argas cooleyi Species. Host Age/Stage. 25 adults Sex. Not Answered Isolated From. Isolation Details. ...
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Argas persicus 1/406 pools * (6,386 ticks) Vajnory, Bratislava, Slovakia, CZ ,,,Click on the PDF icon to the left to view a ...
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Patent US5440427 - Optical pick-up device having an optical diffraction grating element - Google PatentsPatent US5440427 - Optical pick-up device having an optical diffraction grating element - Google Patents

The above ion beams are made from e.g. Ar gas. As shown in FIG. 22(b), the photoresist 27 formed on the substrate 28 has ... In the case the ion beams are made from Ar gas, the section of the diffraction grating finally obtained is as shown in FIG. 22( ... In the case the optical diffraction grating element 2 is etched by ion beams made from Ar gas for example, the sections of the ... 22(a) to 22(c) are longitudinal sections which show the etching process of a diffraction grating by ion beams made from Ar gas. ...
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Evolution, expansion and expression of the Kunitz/BPTI gene family associated with long-term blood feeding in Ixodes Scapularis...Evolution, expansion and expression of the Kunitz/BPTI gene family associated with long-term blood feeding in Ixodes Scapularis...

Argmo, Argas monolakensis; Ornco, Ornithodoros coriaceus; Ornmo, Ornithodoros moubata; Ornpa, Ornithodoros parkeri; Ornsa, ...
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Information about ARGAS -- FindTheWord.info is a search engine for English words. FindTheWord.info searches for partial words ( ... Words ending with ARGAS: 3. DARGAS. TEARGAS. VISARGAS. Words containing ARGAS: 26. ARGASES. ARGASID. ARGASIDAE. CARGASON. ... Search for ARGAS in: Wikipedia Wiktionary Google Answers.com Britannica Online Bartleby.com ... Words From Letters ARGAS: 38. AA. AAR. AAS. AG. AGA. AGAR. AGARS. AGAS. Show all. ...
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  • Argas is a genus of tick. (wikipedia.org)
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  • A brief review of the genus Argas (Ixodoidea: Argasidae) in southern Africa. (scielo.org.za)
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