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*  Ticks of domestic animals
Compared to other arthropods of veterinary and medical importance most species of ticks are long-lived over their whole life- ... This occurs in many countries where vector ticks are found, such as R. e. evertsi, Hy. truncatum, and D. nitens. Dogs are at ... Ticks are thus known as vectors (transmitters) of microbes. If the microbes cause pathological changes, they are known as ... Tick-borne Livestock Diseases and their Vectors: Five-part Series. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. ...
*  Crossopriza lyoni
"Arthropods Diagnosed in October 2010". Utah Plant Pest Diagnostic Lab, Utah State University. Retrieved May 12, 2011. D. ... a Predator of Dengue Vectors in Thailand" (PDF). The Journal of Arachnology. American Arachnological Society. 25: 194-201. ISSN ... Some people, however, regard them as beneficial, as they are efficient predators of mosquitoes and other arthropods. They are ... and other disease-transmitting arthropods harmful to humans seems to be significant. In areas where mosquito-borne diseases ( ...
*  Rickettsia felis
More recently, some authorities have published increasing concerns about the role of more and more species of arthropod vectors ... Azad AF, Beard CB (1998). "Rickettsial pathogens and their arthropod vectors". Emerging Infect. Dis. 4 (2): 179-86. doi:10.3201 ... has been demonstrated to be a competent vector for Rickettsia felis. More unexpectedly, cells of some important disease vector ... Until recently, fleas have been the recognised vectors of Rickettsia felis and it is present in cat flea populations of North ...
*  Carmovirus
The virus spreads via arthropod vectors carrying infected sap. Although the disease is widespread in carnations, the symptoms ...
*  Viral disease
Some Reoviruses are transmitted from arthropod vectors as well. All are RNA viruses. Only one family of enveloped viruses ... Three families are transmitted almost exclusively by arthropods: Bunyavirus, Flavivirus and Togavirus. ...
*  Insect olfaction
Syed, Zainulabeuddin (2015). "Chemical ecology and olfaction in arthropod vectors of diseases". Current Opinion in Insect ... While CO2 has been found to be an attractant in every arthropod studied and it is very important in mosquito monitoring and ... Many insects (and other arthropods) have been shown to avoid areas containing N,N-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide or DEET. They ...
*  Medical entomology
Pathogen infection transmitted by insect or other arthropod vectors. Diseases carried by insects and other arthropod vectors ... are the main vectors. Lyme disease - Vectors: several species of the genus Ixodes Alkhurma virus (KFDV) - Vector: tick Kyasanur ... Vector: Ixodes scapularis Rift Valley Fever (RVF) - Vectors: fleas in the genera Aedes and Culex Scrub typhus - Vector: Chigger ... Vector Ixodes ticks. Carrion's disease - Vectors: sandflies of the genus Lutzomyia. Chagas disease - Vector: assassin bugs of ...
*  Flaviviridae
They are primarily spread through arthropod vectors (mainly ticks and mosquitoes). The family gets its name from the yellow ... The virus is transmitted via a vector (ticks and mosquitoes). Major diseases caused by the Flaviviridae family include: Dengue ...
*  Mycoplasma haemofelis
Arthropod vectors are thought to be the primary source of infection, although M. haemofelis is also known to be transmitted ... Blood-sucking Arthropod vectors including fleas, mosquitoes, and ticks are thought to be the primary mode of dissemination of M ... Arthropod vectors appear to be the primary mechanism of M. haemofelis transmission. Mycoplasma DNA sequences have been detected ... Given that humans often cohabit with cats and that species of blood-sucking arthropods inhabit most temperate regions, ...
*  Bartonella
Mosbacher M, Elliott SP, Shehab Z, Pinnas JL, Klotz JH, Klotz SA (Sep-Oct 2010). "Cat scratch disease and arthropod vectors: ... The currently accepted model explaining the infection cycle holds that the transmitting vectors are blood-sucking arthropods ... At this point, they simply wait until they are taken up with the erythrocytes by a blood-sucking arthropod. Though some studies ... Billeter SA, Levy MG, Chomel BB, Breitschwerdt EB (Mar 2008). "Vector transmission of Bartonella species with emphasis on the ...
*  Candidatus Bartonella bandicootii
"Diversity of Bartonella species detected in arthropod vectors from animals in Australia". Comparative Immunology, Microbiology ...
*  Microfilaria
This timing increases the chance that they will be picked up by a blood-feeding arthropod vector, which are often more active ... The microfilariae are taken up by blood-feeding arthropod vectors (the "intermediate hosts"). In the intermediate host the ... in the arthropod vector (p. 364). Some consider them to be the first larval stage, such as "microfilariae; i.e. first larva (= ... with the help of blood-feeding arthropod vectors. This system is seen in the life cycle of Elaeophora schneideri. The adults of ...
*  Arbovirus
... is a term used to refer to any viruses that is transmitted by arthropod vectors. The word arbovirus is an acronym ( ... For arboviruses, vectors are commonly mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies and other arthropods that consume the blood of vertebrates ... The warm climate conditions found in tropical areas allows for year-round transmission by the arthropod vectors. Other ... Transmission between the vector and the host occurs when the vector feeds on the blood of the vertebrate, wherein the virus ...
*  Tenuivirus
These viruses are transmitted by an arthropod vectors in the families Cicadellidae or Delphacidae. Tenuivirus genome is ...
*  Severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome
The life cycle of the SFTSV most likely involves arthropod vectors and animal hosts. Humans appear to be accidental hosts and ... was the transmission vector. The virus originated 50-150 years ago and has undergone a recent population expansion. In 2009 Xue ...
*  Filariasis
These circulating microfilariae can be taken up with a blood meal by the arthropod vector; in the vector, they develop into ... Examples are W. bancrofti, whose vector is a mosquito; night is the preferred time for blood collection. Loa loa's vector is ... Upon taking another blood meal, the vector insect injects the infectious larvae into the dermis layer of the skin. After about ... O. ochengi is closely related to human O. volvulus (river blindness), sharing the same vector, and could be useful in human ...
*  Canine vector-borne disease
Therefore, infection should be avoided by preventing arthropod vectors from feeding on the blood of their preferred hosts. ... A canine vector-borne disease (CVBD) is one of "a group of globally distributed and rapidly spreading illnesses that are caused ... Some "canine vector-borne pathogens of major zoonotic concern" are distributed worldwide, while others are localized by ... Listed by vector, some such pathogens and their associated diseases are the following: Phlebotomine sandflies (Psychodidae): ...
*  Bovine herpesvirus 2
BoHV-2 probably spreads through an arthropod vector, but can also be spread through milkers and milking machines. A review ...
*  Entebbe bat virus
Moreover, those two viruses do not have an arthropod vector as most of the viruses in the family Flaviviridae do. The infection ... of a bat with Entebbe Bat Virus is unknown due to the fact that it no longer needs a vector of transfer. The Entebbe Bat Virus ...
*  Lebombo virus
... (LEBV) is an orbivirus that infects vertebrates and culicine mosquitoes, thought to be its arthropod vector. It ... Lebombo and Changuinola viruses provides evidence for co-evolution of orbiviruses with their arthropod vectors". PLOS ONE. 9 (1 ...
*  Ross River virus
... a non-taxonomic term for viruses borne by arthropod vectors. In 1928, an outbreak of acute febrile arthritis was recorded in ... This is again based on the repelling of vectors such as mosquitoes through the use of bright colours. Lastly, high risk areas ... Following, burning citronella candles are based on the same principle, that it repels insects that are vectors of the virus. ... Separate mosquito species may act as vector, widespread across areas and seasonal/geographical locations. In southern and ...
*  Willy Burgdorfer
... research concerned the interactions between animal and human disease agents and their transmitting arthropod vectors, ... Burgdorfer, W. Arthropod-Borne Spirochetoses. A Historical Perspective, Editorial, Eur. J. Clin. Microbiol. Infect. Dis. 201: 1 ... Burgdorfer, W. Discovery of the Lyme disease spirochete and its relation to tick vectors. Yale J. Biol. Med. 57:518-520, 1984. ... The Complexity of Vector-borne Spirochetes (Borrelia spp)" (PDF). 12th International Conference on Lyme Disease and Other ...
*  Transovarial transmission
... occurs in certain arthropod vectors as they transmit disease-causing pathogens from parent arthropod to offspring arthropod. ... "Transovarial transmission of arboviruses in their invertebrate vectors". In K.F. Harris. Current topics in vector research. 2. ... In contrast, Rickettsia prowazekii is not passed on by transovarian transmission because it kills the vector that carries it ( ... which occurs also in aedes mosquito vector of the yellow fever virus and in phlebotomine sandflies that transmit pappataci ...
*  Orthonairovirus
Members of the genus Nairovirus may be found the world over, wherever their arthropod vectors and vertebrate hosts are found ... Additionally, nairoviruses vectored by ticks of the genera Argas, Carios and Ornithodoros form three separate monophyletic ... tick-vectored groups. Fossil and phylogenetic data places the hard tick-soft tick divergence between 120 million years ago and ... fever Nairobi sheep disease Sakhalin Tamdy The soft bodied tick serogroups are Hughes Dera Ghazi Khan Qalyub The tick vectors ...
*  Borrelia turicatae
The tick vector Ornithodoros turicata transmits B. turicatae, which causes relapsing fever, an arthropod-borne infection of ... Few epidemiological studies have been performed and little molecular data exist for B. turicatae and its arthropod vector O. ... The vector, Ornithodoros turicata, is an extremely fast feeder among ticks, requiring a 5- to 60-minute blood meal, and is not ... Its vector O. turicata was first described by Eugenio Dug├Ęs in 1876. Along with fever, patients may experience an incredible ...
*  Camelpox
However, recent studies show that the disease can be transmitted to both humans and arthropods. The Camelpox virus is spread in ... three ways: direct contact, indirect contact, and insect vectors. In direct contact infection, a camel becomes infected after ...
*  Bhanja virus
Arthropods as Vectors of Emerging Disease. N.p.: Springer, n.d. (Viral Disease Link). Heinrich Hein University. Web. 24 July ... "N. Bhanja Virus." Regional Disease Vector Ecology Profile: Central Europe. Washington, D.C.: DIANE, 2001. N. pag. Web. "Bhanja ...