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TICK, contracts. Credit; as, if a servant usually buy for the master upon tick, and the servant buy something without the master's order, yet, if the master were trusted by the trader, he is liable. 1 Show. 95; 3 Keb. 625; 10 Mod. 111; 3 Esp. R. 214; 4 Esp. R. 174.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Noble Egekwu, Daniel E Sonenshine, and their team, published in the journal Insect Molecular Biology (2016 25: 72-92), they reported that "Illumina GAII high-throughput sequencing was used to compare expressed genes for female synganglion neuropeptides, neuropeptide receptors and neurotransmitter receptors of the soft tick Ornithodoros turicata with the hard tick Ixodes scapularis."
Ticks are hematophagous acarines mainly distributed in two major families, Ixodidae (hard tick) and Argasidae (soft tick) (BLACK & PIESMAN, 1994), while only one tick species is present in the Nuttalliellidae family (GUGLIELMONE et al., 2010).
Although it is known that soft ticks are the only vector for TBRF, no soft ticks were found or trapped.
Ixodidae (Hard Ticks) and Argesidae (Soft Ticks) have been reported, both are acting as a great threat to the farmer economy, particularly the cattle owners by transmitting the tick borne diseases such as Babeiosis, Theleriosis, Anaplasmosis, Ehrlechiosis, tick paralysis, tick pyemia, looping ill, Rocky mountain spotted fever, tularemia and tick borne relapsing fever which may cause heavy economic losses to the livestock owners by bringing the changes in the blood composition (Castro et al., 1996) distribution research survey of ticks on the body surface of cattle showed highest infestation on the udder and tail (Loui et al., 2015).
TICKBORNE RELAPSING FEVER is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected soft ticks. It's been reported in at least 15 states (mainly in the West) and is associated with sleeping in rustic cabins or vacation homes.
This study was designed to determine the prevalence of Borrelia anserina in poultry soft ticks, Argas persicus collected from birds and poultry farms.
Once infected, these soft ticks are infectious for life (2) and transmit the spirochete to sleeping humans quickly (possibly within 30 seconds) during short feeds (15-90 minutes) (1-3).
Family Argasidae, also called soft ticks, have the same 4 developmental stages, but most have multiple nymph stages.
They are classified as hard ticks and soft ticks, depending on their covering cuticles.
The CCHFV genome has been isolated from at least 31 different tick species in Ixodidae (hard ticks) and Argasidae (soft ticks) (11).
"That's why they're hard to pull off." Entomologists divide ticks into two broad groups: hard ticks and soft ticks. The more familiar hard ticks (such as dog ticks and black-legged, or deer, ticks) feed slowly, over hours, because their bodies can't swell fast enough to accommodate the large amount of blood intake, says Brown.
Relapsing fever is a recurrent acute febrile infection caused by various Borrelia (Spirochaetales: Spirochaetaceae) spirochetes transmitted either by lice (Pediculus spp.) (epidemic relapsing fever) or by soft ticks (Ornithodoros spp.) (endemic relapsing fever) (Dworkin et al.