Acarology

Acarology (from Greek ἀκαρί/ἄκαρι, akari, a type of mite; and -λογία, -logia) is the study of mites and ticks ., the animals in the order Acarina. It is a subfield of arachnology, a sub-discipline of the field of zoology. A zoologist specializing in acarology is called an acarologist. ==Acarologocal Organisations== ===Acarologocal...
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acarology

(ak″ә-rol´ә-je) the scientific study of mites and ticks.
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acarology

acarology A branch of zoology that involves the study of mites and ticks. 'There are thousands and thousands of sub-visible dust mites in every home, regardless of how often it is cleaned. It sounds unpleasant, but is quite normal.' 'Our houses are hosts to these creatures which are ultra-tiny (so small they were only first discovered in 1965) w...
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acarology

acarology, acarological The scientific study of mites and ticks.
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acarology

study of mites
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acarology

The study of acarine parasites, the ticks and mites, and the diseases they transmit. ... Origin: G. Akari, mite, + logos, study ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acarology

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak-ă-rol′ō-jē Definitions: 1. The study of acarine parasites and the diseases they transmit.
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