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Prof. Kaaya Godwin Parmena Publications
19999Parasitism Of Amblyomma Variegatum By A Hymenopteran Parasitoid In The Laboratory, And Some Aspects Of Its Basic Biology
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22013Soil Ingestion, Nutrition And The Seasonality Of Anthrax In Herbivores Of Etosha National Park.
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32012The Use Of Entomopathogenic Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae, As Bio-pesticides For Tick Control
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42012Prevalence And Antimicrobial Resistance Pattern Of Salmonella In Animal Feed Produced In Namibia.
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52012Incorporation Of Seaweed In Mushroom Cultivation Substrates And Mushroom Iodization
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62012Seasonal Variation In The Prevalence Of Malaria And Vector Species In Northern Namibia.
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72011 Mortalities Induced By Entomopathogenic Fungus Metarhizium Anisopliae To Different Ticks Of Economic Importance Using Two Formulations
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82011Control Of Tick Populations By Spraying Metarhizium Anisopliae Conidia On Cattle Under Field Conditions.
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92011Pathogenicity Of The Entomopathogenic Fungus Metarhizium Anisopliae To The Red-legged Tick, Rhipicephalus Evertsi Everts
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102009Protection Of Metarhizium Anisopliae Conidia Ftom Ultra-violet Radiation And Their Pathogenicity To Rhipicephalus Evertsi Everstsi Ticks
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112009Evaluation Of Fungal Entomopathogens As A Component Of Integrated Tick Management
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122009Derivatives Of Neem Tree (Azadirachta Indica) Have Potential For Control Of African Tick Species Of Economic Importance
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132009Determination Of Optimum Ratios Of Seaweed In Mushroom Cultivation Substrates And Ability Of Mushrooms To Absorb Iodine
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142009Development Of Innovative Method Based On Fungal Entomopathogens For Control Of The Economically-important African Ticks
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152009Neem (Azadirachta Indica): Its Potential For Control Of African Ticks Of Economic Importance.
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162009Infections And Mortalities Induced By Metarhizium Anisopliae In Various Developmental Stages Of The Red-legged Tick Rhipicephalus Evertsi Evertsi Using 2 Formulations.
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172008Protection Of Metarhizium Anisopliae Conidia From Ultra-violet Radiation And Their Pathogenicity To Rhipicephalusevertsi Evertsi Ticks
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182008Prevalence Of Camel Ticks And Haemoparasites In Southern Rangelands Of Ethiopia
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192007Biological Differences Within Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus Neumann (AKARI: IXODIDAE) Populations In Kenya.
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202007The Potential Of Neem Products For Control Of Economically-important African Ticks.
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212007Entomopathogenic Fungi With Potential For Tick Control: A Comparison Of Laboratory And Field Observations
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222007Improvement Of Fungal Formulations For Tick Control Using Oils And Sunscreens
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232006Effect Of Bovine Blood Fractions On The Infectivity Of Theileria Parva To Bovine Blood Lymphocytes
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242006Performance Of A Prototype Baited-trap In Attracting And Infecting The Tick Amblyomma Variegatum (Acari: Ixodidae) In Field Experiments
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252006The Potential Of Lectins In The Prevention And Control Of Tick-borne Diseases
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262006The Role Of Parasitic Wasps In Integrated Tick Management
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272006Improvement Of Fungal Formulations For Tick Control Using Oils And Sunscreens
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282005Effects Of Combining The Fungi Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae On The Mortality Of The Tick Amblyomma Variegatum (Ixodidae) In Relation To Seasonal Changes
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292004Prevalence Of Ixodid Ticks And Trypanosomosis In Camels In Southern Rangelands Of Ethiopia
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302004The Potential Of Neem Products For The Control Of African Ticks
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312004Biocontrol Of Ticks Using Entomogenous Fungi: Development Of Cheap Fungal Culture Methods
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322004Performance Of A Prototype Baited Trap In Attracting And Infecting Amblyomma Variegatum (Fabricius, 1794) In Field Experiments
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332004The Potential For Antitick Plants As Components Of An Integrated Tick Control Strategy
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342003Prospects For Innovative Methods Of Tick Control In Africa
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352003Attraction Of Amblyomma Variegatum (ticks) To The Attraction-aggregation- Attachment Pheromone With Or Without Carbon Dioxide In The Field
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362002Novel Methods In The Control Of Ticks
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372001Studies On The Development And Survival Of Rhiphicephalus Pulchellus And Amblyomma Gemma Under Field Condition In Ethiopia
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382001Mortality Of Amblyomma Variegatum (Fabricus, 1794) Exposed To M. Anisopliae And B. Bassiana In Traps Baited With Attraction-aggregation-attachment Pheromone Combined With CO2 In The Field
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392001Effect Of Combining The Fungi Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae, On The Mortality Of Amblyomma Variegatum (Fabricus, 1794)
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402001The Attraction Of Amblyomma Variegatum To The Aggregation-attachment Pheromone With/without CO2 In The Field
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412000The Potential Of Anti-tick Plants As Components Of Integrated Tick Control Strategy
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422000Laboratory And Field Evaluation Of Entomogenous Fungi For Tick Control
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432000Laboratory Evaluation Of Pathogenicity Of Entomogenous Nematodes To African Tick Species.
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442000Entomogenous Fungi As Promising Biopesticides For Tick Control.
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452000The Potential Of Pathogenic Fungi For Tick Control
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461999Evaluation Of Neem Products For Control Of The Major African Tick Species
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471998Population Studies On Ticks Feeding On Indigenous Cattle And Incidence Of Tick-borne Parasites In Didtuyura Ranch In Southern Ethiopia.
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481998Development, Reproductive Capacity And Survival Of Amblyomma Variegatum And Boophilus Decoloratus In Relation To Host Resistance And Climatic Factors Under Different Field Conditions
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491998Characterization Of Amblyomma Variegatum Tick Saliva And Salivary Gland Antigens Inducing Anti-tick Immunity In Boran Cattle.
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501998Lectins In Brown Ear Tick, Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus: Detection And Partial Characterization
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511998Control Of Livestock Ticks In Africa: Possibilities Of Biological Control Using The Entomogenous Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium
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521998Factors Influencing Vector/parasite Transmission Of Theileriosis In Africa
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531998Factors Influencing Transmission Of Theileriosi In Africa
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541997Prospects Of Using Parasitoids (Insecta) For Tick Management In Africa
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551997The Impact Of Ixodiphagus Hookeri, A Tick Parasitoid On Amblyomma Variegatum (Acari: Ixodidae) In A Field Trial In Kenya
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561997Prospects For The Control Of Ticks Using Neem Compounds
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571997Evaluation Of A Fungal Formulation For Control Of Ticks In Vegetation
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581997Biocontrol Potentials Of Entomogenous Fungi For The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus And Amblyomma Variegatum
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591997Biocontrol Potentials Of Entomogenous Fungi For The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus And Amblyomma Variegatum
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601996Mortality And Pathology In Tsetse Flies (Glossina Spp.) Treated With Neem Extracts
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611996Comparison Of Resistance In Three Breeds Of Cattle Against African Ixodid Ticks.
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621996Prospects For Biological Control Of Livestock Ticks, Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus And Amblyomma Variegatum With The Entomogenous Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae.
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631996 Acquisition Of Resistance To The Tick Amblyomma Variegatum In Boran Cattle, Bos Indicus And The Effects Of Trypanosoma Congolense And Babesia Bigemina On The Resistance.
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641996INSECT IMMUNE MECHANISMS: Their Roles In Vectorial Capacity And Efficacy Of Biological Control Agents
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651995Acaricidal Activity Of Margaritaria Discoidea Plant Extracts Against The Ticks Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus And Amblyomma Varigatum
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661995Natural And Experimental Infection Of Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus With Pathogens And Their Potential For Control Of Ticks
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671995Biocontrol Potentials Of The Entomogenous Fungi Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae For Tsetse Flies, Glossina Spp. At Developmental Sites.
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681995Biological Control Of Livestock Ticks Using Entomogenous Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae
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691995Experimental Infections Of The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus With Entomopathogenic Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae, And Natural Infections Of Some Ticks With Bacteria And Fungi
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701994Repellence Of The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus By The Grass Melinis Minutiflora
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711994Infection Of Amblyomma Variegatum With A Hymenopteran Parasitoid In The Laboratory And Some Aspects Of Its Basi Biology
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721994Achieving Sustainable Crop Production In Africa: Roles Of Pesticides And Biological Control Agents In Integrated Pest Management. Insect Science And Its Application
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731994The Potential Of Indigenous Botanicals For Tick Control In Africa
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741994Antibacterial Activity In Crop- Borers Haemolymph: Implications For Biological Control
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751994Studies On Ixodiphagus Hookeri, A Parasitoid Of Amblyomma Variegatum In Kenya
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761994Biocontrol Potentials Of Entomogenous Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae For Livestock Ticks Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus And Amblyomma Variegatum
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771994Achieving Sustainable Food Production In Africa: Roles Of Pesticides And Biological Control Agents In Integrated Pest Management
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781994Experimental And Natural Infections Of The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus With Entomopathogenic Fungi Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae, And Natural Infection Of Some Ticks With Bacteria And Fungi
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791993Pathogenicity Of Beauveria Bassiana, Metarhizium Anisopliae And Serratia Marcescens To The Banana Weevil,Cosmopolites Sordidus
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801993A New Hymenopteran Species Of Parasitoid Isolated From The Bont Tick, Amblyomma Variegatum
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811993Some Aspects Of Sexual Receptivity And Refractory Behavior In Female Glossina Morsitans Morsitans Westwood
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821993Inducible Humoral Antibacterial Immunity In Insects
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831993Biological Control: An Environmentally Safe Alternative To Chemical Pesticides
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841993The Role Of Indigenous Plant Extracts In Integrated Control Of African Livestock Ticks
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851993Pathogenicity Of Beauveria Bassiana, Metarhizium Anisopliae And Serratia Marcescens To The Banana Weevil Cosmopolites Sordidus
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861992Non-chemical Agents And Factors Capable Of Regulating Tick Populations In Nature: A Mini Review
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871992Prospects For Biological Control Of Tsetse And Livestock Ticks Using Entomophathogenic Fungi
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881992Pathogenicity Of Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae For Tsetse Glossina Morsitans And Ticks Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus
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891991Predators, Parasitoids And Pathogens Of Ticks.
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901991Drop-off Patterns For Engorged Adult Females, Nymphs And Larvae Of Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus
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911991Predation Of Free-living Engorged Female Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus
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921991Mortalities And Lesions In Adult Glossina Morsitans Morsitans Experimentally Infected With Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae
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931991Biological Control Agents And Other Natural Factors As Regulators Of Tick Populations
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941991Pathogenity And Biocontrol Potentials Of Entomopathogens Beauveria Bassiana, Metarhizium Anisopliae And Serratia Marcescens For The Banana Weevil, Cosmopolites Sordidus
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951991Microorganisms Associated With Tsetse In Nature And Their Pathogenicity Tests
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961990Microorganisms Associated With Tsetse In Nature: Preliminary Results On Isolation, Identification And Pathogenicity
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971990Horizontal Transmission Of Mycotic Infection In Adult Tsetse, Glossina Morsitans Morsitans.
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981990Virus Particle Infection In Laboratory-reared Glossina Pallidipes Austen (Diptera: Glossinidae)
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991990Pathogenicity And Biocontrol Potentials Of Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae For Tsetse Glossina Morsitans Morsitans
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1001990Humoral Antibacterial Immunity In Tsetse
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1011989A Review Of The Progress Made In Recent Years On Research And Understanding Of Immunity In Insect Vectors Of Human And Animal Diseases
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1021989An Assessment Of Antibiotic Potentials Of Insect Antibacterial Factors
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1031989Subcellular Degeneration Of Mycetomal Endocytobionts In Tsetse, Glossina Morsitans Morsitans Inoculated Repeatedly With Escherichia Coli.
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1041989Mortality In Adult Tsetse, Glossina Morsitans Morsitans Caused By Entomopathogenic Bacteria
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1051989Glossina Morsitans Morsitans: Mortalities Caused In Adults By Experimentalinfection With Entomopathogenic Fungi.
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1061989Suppression Of Fecundity In Tsetse Flies, Glossina Morsitans Morsitans By Antibiotics, Bacterial And Trypanosome Infections
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1071989Comparative Trypanotolerance Of The Small East African Breeds Of Goats, From Different Localities, To Trypanosoma Congolense Infection
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1081989Laboratory Evaluation Of Biocontrol Potentials Of Entomopathogenic Fungi For Tsetse
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1091989Humoral Immunity In Tsetse
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1101989Antibiotic Properties Of Insect Antibacterial Factors
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1111988Effects Of Chronic Experimental Trypanosoma Congolense Infection On The Ovaries, Pituitary, Thyroid And Adrenal Glands In Female Goats
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1121988Trypanosome- Induced Gonadal Dysfunction: Evidence Of Higher Residual Fertility In Trypanotolerant Small East African Goats.
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1131988Depression Of Ovarian Function And Plasma Progesterone And Oestradiol - 17B In Female Goats Chronically- Infected With Trypanosoma Congolense
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1141988The Humoral Defense System In Tsetse: Differences In Response Due To Age, Sex And Antigen Types.
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1151988Pathogenicities Of Different Entomopathogenic Bacteria For Adult Tsetse Glossina Morsitans Morsitans
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1161987Effects Of Bacteria, Antibacterial Compounds And Trypanosomes On Tsetse Reproduction And Longevity.
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1171987). Insect Immunity: Induction Of Cecropin And Attacin-like Antibacterial Factors In The Haemolymph Of Glossina Morsitans Morsitans
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1181986Defense Reactions Of Glossina Morsitans Morsitans Against Different Species Of Bacteria And Trypanosoma Brucei Brucei.
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1191986Cellular And Humoral Defenses Of Glossina (Diptera: Glossinidae): Reactions Against Bacteria, Trypanosomes And Experimental Implants.
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1201986Humoral Immunity In Tsetse: Differences In Response Due To Sex And Age Of Tsetse, Species And Doses Of Immunizing Agents And The In Vitro Effects Of Temperature And Bacterial Factors.
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1211986Future Prospects Of Biological Control Of Tsetse.
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1221986Humoral Immunity In Tsetse: Differences In Response Due To Sex And Age Of Tsetse, Species And Doses Of Immunizing Agents And The In Vitro Effects Of Temperature And Bacterial Factors. DEVELOPMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE IMMUNOLOGY
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1231986Characteristics Of Acquired Humoral Immunity In Tsetse Flies, Glossina Morsitans Morsitans
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1241986Humoral Immunity In Tsetse: Differences In Response Due To Sex And Age Of Tsetse, Species And Doses Of Immunizing Agents And The In Vitro Effects Of Temperature And Bacterial Factors
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1251985Susceptibility Of Different Breeds Of Goats In Kenya To Experimental Infection With Trypanosoma Congolense.
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1261985Cellular And Humoral Immunity In Glossina
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1271984Further Observations On Survival And Fertility Of Glossina Morsitans Morsitans Maintained On Immunized Rabbits.
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1281982Fecundity And Survival Of Tsetse Maintained On Immunized Rabbits
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1291982Comparative Study Of Haemocytes And The Associated Cells Of Some Medically Important Dipterans
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1301982Characteristics Of Erythroid Colonies Formed By Bovine Marrow Progenitor Cells In Methyl Cellulose Cultures
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1311981Cuticular Lesions: Non-infectious Integumental Disease Of Glossina Spp
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1321981Haemocytes Of Glossina: I. Morphological Classification And The Pattern Of Change With Age Of The Flies
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1331981Cryopreservation Of Bovine Hemopoietic Progenitor Cells In Liquid Nitrogen.
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1341980The Kinetics Of Haemopoietic Differentiation Assayed By In Vitro Bone Marrow Culture In Endotoxin-treated And In Anemic Calves
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1351980Inhibition Of Leukopoiesis By Sera From Trypanosoma Congolense Infected Calves: Partial Characterization Of The Inhibitory Factor
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1361980The Effects Of Trypanosoma Congolense Infection On The Testis And Epididymis Of The Goat
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1371979Bovine Granulocyte/macrophage And Erythroid Colony Culture: Characteristics Of The Colonies And The Assay Systems.
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1381979Inhibition Of Bovine Bone Marrow Granulocyte/macrophage Colony Formation In Vitro By Serum Collected From Cattle Infected With Trypanosoma Vivax And T. Congolense.
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1391979Effect Of Bovine Trypanosomiasis On Hematopoiesis
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1401979Development Of Bovine Hemopoietic Culture Systems In Vitro And Their Application In Bovine Trypanosomiasis
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1411978Bovine Erythrocytic, Granulocytic And Macrophage Colony Formation In Culture
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1421977Clinico-pathological Aspects Of Trypanosoma Congolense Infection In Goats
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