REVIEW ON SPREAD OF PARASITIC HARD TICKS ON FIELD ANIMALS IN IRAQ

  • Zainab Alwan Iraq Natural History Research Center and Museum, University of Baghdad
  • Suhad Jassim Iraq Natural History Research Center and Museum, University of Baghdad
  • Khalida Hasson Iraq Natural History Research Center and Museum, University of Baghdad
Keywords: Tick, species, Ixodes, larve, Iraq

Abstract

This study focused on many kinds of ticks distributed in Iraq and on various kinds of domestic and wild animals, and the distribution of ticks affected by the environment such as temperature and humidity,and to identify the diseases caused by ticks where the vertebrates are exposed to many diseases and inflammatory and allergic reactions as a result of a tick bite containing toxins in the saliva of the tick, which causes paralysis and lead to death, authors were able to review most of the local and international studies related to Tick's diagnosis (classification), especially tick species distribution in Iraq. Aim of this study was to create a database and put an important reference for all researchers and authors who plan to study this field more comprehensively in the future.

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Published
2019-11-01
How to Cite
Alwan, Z., Jassim, S., & Hasson, K. (2019). REVIEW ON SPREAD OF PARASITIC HARD TICKS ON FIELD ANIMALS IN IRAQ . Global Journal of Public Health Medicine, 1(2), 39-43. Retrieved from https://www.gjphm.org/index.php/gjphm/article/view/13
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Review Articles