ixodes


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Noun1.ixodes - type genus of the family IxodidaeIxodes - type genus of the family Ixodidae  
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
deer tick, Ixodes dammini - a northeastern tick now recognized as same species as Ixodes scapularis
Ixodes neotomae - a tick that usually does not bite humans; transmits Lyme disease spirochete to dusky-footed wood rats
Ixodes pacificus, western black-legged tick - a tick that feeds on dusky-footed wood rat and bites humans; principal vector for Lyme disease in western United States especially northern California
black-legged tick, Ixodes scapularis - parasitic on mice of genus Peromyscus and bites humans; principal vector for Lyme disease in eastern United States (especially New England); northern form was for a time known as Ixodes dammini (deer tick)
Ixodes ricinus, sheep tick, sheep-tick - parasitic on sheep and cattle as well as humans; can transmit looping ill in sheep (acute viral disease of the nervous system); a vector for Lyme disease spirochete
Ixodes persulcatus - bites humans; a vector for Lyme disease spirochete
Ixodes dentatus - usually does not bite humans; transmits Lyme disease spirochete to cottontail rabbits and wood rats
Ixodes spinipalpis - usually does not bite humans; transmits Lyme disease spirochete to cottontail rabbits and wood rats
Translations

ixodes

n. ixodes, género que incluye garrapatas y otros ácaros.
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Eastern North Dakota is traditionally viewed as a non-endemic area for Lyme disease, though the emergence of confirmed Lyme disease cases among residents suggests eastern North Dakota is minimally a transition zone for Borrelia burgdorferi and Ixodes scapularis.
Ixodes (Acari: ixodidae) is the most diverse genus of ticks, comprising 243 species of obligate haematophagous ectoparasites of terrestrial vertebrates (Guzman-Cornejo et al., 2007).
The blacklegged tick (Ixodes scapularis), vector for Lyme disease, human anaplasmosis, and human babesiosis, was found in almost every collecting locality in Harpers Ferry within Jefferson county.
Petersburg two ixodid tick species were reported: the forest tick Ixodes persulcatus (Sch., 1930) and the taiga tick Ixodes ricinus (L., 1758) (Vershynsky et al., 1988).
a / The morphological study has led us to identify three tick species: Rhipicephalus sanguineus, Ixodes ricinus and Haemaphysalis punctata (Table I).
Lyme disease is transmitted in animals by several closely related Ixodid ticks that are part of the Ixodes ricinus complex and include I.
Lyme hastaligi, Boreflia burgderfori isimli bakterinin neden oldugu ve Ixodes ricinus kompleksindeki kene turleriyle bulastirilan bir hastaliktir (1).
Borrelia burgdorferi es el agente causal de la Borreliosis de Lyme, una enfermedad infecciosa multisistemica transmitida al humano por la picadura de garrapatas del genero Ixodes. Los primeros reportes de la enfermedad fueron publicados en Europa, a finales del siglo XIX, pero no fue sino hasta 1975 cuando todas estas tempranas descripciones cobraron importancia, con la epidemia de artritis ocurrida en Lyme, Connecticut, USA, de donde toma el nombre de enfermedad de Lyme, posteriormente cambiado a Borreliosis de Lyme, a partir del aislamiento de la bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi por William Burgdorfer, en 1982 (1, 2).
In order to consider antibiotic prophylaxis, it first must be established that the tick is an adult or nymphal Ixodes scapularis, commonly known as the deer tick.
Bu olguda tespit edilen Ixodes turu kenelerin yasam alanlari daha cok ormanlik ve nemli bolgelerdir.
Kene Felci: Daha cok Dermacentor (ABD'de) Ixodes ricinus ve Rhipicephalus sanguines (Avrupa'da) keneleri ile temaslardan sonra bildirilmistir.
Field studies with the European castor bean tick, Ixodes ricinus, have shown that approximately 24% of adults are questing at any one time; and studies with caged lone star ticks, Amblyomma americanum, in Oklahoma found that the percentage questing varied from 0 in mid-April to 90 during May and early June (Semtner and Hair 1973).