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Browsing Horticulture - Masters Degrees by Subject "Tick-borne diseases -- Prevention"
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Anti-tick activities of extracts of Tulbaghia violacea (Alliaceae) cultivated in hydroponic media amended with entomopathogenic fungi (Hypocreales) (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2018)Ticks and tick-borne diseases are important limiting factors to the attainment of sustainable animal and human health, affecting livelihood of resource poor farming communities in developing countries. Rhipicephalus ...