Jennifer Aigbini

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Brucellosis

Brucellosis: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

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Brucellosis is an infection caused by a type of bacteria called Brucella that can spread from animals to people. People are commonly infected by consuming raw or unpasteurized dairy products.
Avicides

Avicides: Uses, Mode of Action and Environmental Impact

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Birds are useful because they provide entertainment and leisure to humans and are crucial for ecosystem balance. Nonetheless, sometimes some species can play against human interests. When these situations arise, some techniques of control may...
Conehead termites

Conehead Termites (Nasutitermes Corniger) – Profile and Information

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The conehead termites is a species of termites distinguished by its shape of the head. It is very closely related to Nasutitermes ephratae, both species have been studied fairly intensively, particularly on Barro Colorado...
Drywood Termites

Drywood Termites (Cryptotermes Domesticus) – Profile and Information

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This species of termites were once thought to be exotic, but it is now regarded as a native species and has been found in various locations across northern Australia, even in several islands off...
Formosan termite

Formosan Termite – Profile and Information

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The Formosan termite, scientifically called the Coptotermes formosanus is an intrusive variety of termite, that has been transported international from its aboriginal settlement in southern China to Formosa in Taiwan, and Japan. Around the 20th...
Subterranean Termites

Subterranean Termites (Reticulitermes Banyulensis) – Profile and Information

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The Rhinotermitidae, also called subterranean termites, is the most significant economic pest in the United States. These termites cause a lot of damage annually to residences, historical buildings, and commercial structures. Along with buildings,...
Dampwood Termites

Dampwood Termites (Porotermes Adamsoni) – Profile and Information

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The Dampwood termites make a small, primitive family Termopsidae of the termites family, Isotepra. They include four or five still existing genera with 13 to 20 living species but can be split into several...

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