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In Kenya, some tribes grow neem Azadirachta indica and or other plants they consider to have repellence property such as Euphorbia balsamifera, Sesbania sesban, 7 and Cissus purpurea near animal housing for the purpose of repelling ticks [67].

Victor Bustinza and et al, Eds. This recent and renewed interest in herbal products as a reemerging animal health aid has been fueled by the rising costs of livelihood-dependent conventional products, their adverse side effects, genetic selection for resistance by target organisms, and continued unavailability in time and quantity to meet the health needs of the growing population.

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This knowledge has proved valuable not only to those who depend on it in their daily lives mainly pastoralists but also to modern industries and agriculture as well [48, 97, ]. Schillhorn van Veen, Eds. Following this initial understanding, ten years later, De Jesus cited by Thompson and coworkers [] was able to demonstrate too that M. Community-specific and locally available antitick alpaquwro [43, 44] and other none botanical antitick ethnopractices and agents [43, 45] are promising but neglected strategic alternatives in tick control and management programmes.

Cuspidata African olive tree Leaf Whole plant Lamiaceae previously known as Labiatae dead-nettle or mint family Solanaceae nightshade family Nicotiana tabacum L.

Aim of the calendarip. European pennyroyal, pulegium, run-by-the-ground, lurk-in-the-ditch, pudding grass, mosquito plant, fleabane, tickweed, squaw balm, squawmint tickweed Aizoaceae Lamiaceae previously known as Labiatae dead-nettle or mint family Melissa officinalis L.

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For instance, the demonstration of repellent properties of molasses grass, Melinis minutiflora Beauv. Lavender essential oil, tick repellent against Ixodes spp. This was an early attempt to free livestock from ticks and other related arthropod pests. This therefore implies that, up to date, meaningful research and development on antitick plants are still lacking. These ectoparasites include lice, mites, fleas, blowflies, blackflies, mosquitoes and ticks. Some plants are inherently toxic, containing naturally occurring toxins, often with cytotoxic or carcinogenic effects.

Webster pheasant-berry, egossa red pear, or bushveld peacock-berry Mammea americana L. Calebdario these blood-feeding ectoparasites, ticks are the most important arthropod disease vectors, surpassing all other haematophagous arthropods in number and variety of diseases they transmit to animals and humans [6].

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Control and management of these livestock ectoparasites have been summarized in Table 2. Traditional knowledge on poisonous plants of Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Traditional knowledge on wild and cultivated plants in the Kilombero Valley Morogoro Region, Tanzania.

Spice mixed with juice of leaf and bark from Calpurnia aurea to form an acaricide Spice mixed with juice of leaf and bark from Calpurnia aurea to form an acaricide Acaricide Juice mixed with spice of Capsicum spp. Alpaqyero needs JavaScript to work properly. Such a multipurpose intervention best fits the recent ascendancy of individual livestock owners as the key players in tick control programmes, particularly following the withdrawal of subsidies accorded to tick control programmes by most African government agencies since mids.

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Although most of the pertinent literature is anecdotal, several recent studies have shown that wild animals naturally select certain plant species and use them for management of ectoparasites infesting their respective places of residence [62]. Runakunap kawsayninkupaq rurasqankunaqa TomoI: The identification of sources of information of ethnobotany of veterinary importance, local veterinarians, paraveterinarians, and agricultural extension officers responsible for providing extension services to livestock farmers in Kenya were accessed and discussions held.

Dictyotaceae thalloid brown alga Fabaceae pea family Stylosanthes hamata cv. Public and private sector roles in agricultural development, J.


Proyecto Tambopata – IE users – add the link to your Favorites under the Links folder View on Flickriver open on same page View on Flickriver open on new page. Herbal medicines and traditionally used medicinal plants present an untapped potential for novel molecular target discovery using systems science and OMICS biotechnology driven strategies.

Acaricide Juice A concoction mixed with tobacco Nicotiana tabacum to make an effective acaricide against brown ear tick Rhipicephalus appendiculatusred-legged tick Rhipicephalus evertsii evertsiBoophilus decoloratus, and bont tick Amblyomma species Extracts caused motalities and affected reproductive physiology of the adult female tick, Boophilus annulatus Affects alppaquero ticks Topical application of crude ethanol extracts.

Poaceae against Margaropus annulatus australis in South America by Menendenz [], was much guided by ethnoknowledge of indigenous communities. Certain particular EVK application methods are often very much localised, calendaroi, and unhygienic and the scope for their further dissemination is limited. On the potential roles of ticks and migrating birds in the ecology of West Nile virus.


With regard to the control and management of ticks and tick-borne aclendario using antitick plants, future field and laboratory experiences should target and focus on, at least, the following points: Unfortunately, in Africa, there are no commercial uses of these ethnobotanicals and awareness campaigns for their integration into tick control and management systems. However, risks involved in using herbal products originate from three main groups of causes.

However, even when funding for such work is available the researcher is faced with a level of variability that virtually defies control as required in traditional scientific experiments, for example, plant species, time of year of harvesting and growing, growing conditions, method of collection, storage, preparation, and administration [].