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“…Zumaquero et al (2004) reported mite damage on the epicuticular layer, but there is no evidence of cuticular damage on the host by P. plumifer. The observed life span for M. pallidipennis is similar to previous reports (Zeledon et al 1973;Brasiliero and Perondini 1979;Jurberg and Ferreira 1984;Pretrokovsky et al 1996). The longer intermolting periods of the host when infected by P. plumifer was also observed by Anderson (1968) and Zumaquero et al (2004).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 90%
“…Zumaquero et al (2004) reported mite damage on the epicuticular layer, but there is no evidence of cuticular damage on the host by P. plumifer. The observed life span for M. pallidipennis is similar to previous reports (Zeledon et al 1973;Brasiliero and Perondini 1979;Jurberg and Ferreira 1984;Pretrokovsky et al 1996). The longer intermolting periods of the host when infected by P. plumifer was also observed by Anderson (1968) and Zumaquero et al (2004).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 90%
“…Such aspects include feeding preferences (Quintal & Polanco 1977), avoidance of excessive warming during feeding (Lazzari et al 2009), importance of nutritional status in flight initiation and dispersal (Lehane & Schofield 1982, Lehane et al 1992, Noireau & Dujardin 2001, Emmanuelle-Machado et al 2002, Ceballos et al 2005, avoidance of predators during feeding (Bodin et al 2009a, b), frequency and size of the blood intake (Maddrell 1963, Wood 1976, Montenegro & Pasina 1984, Maifrino et al 1986, Pietrokovsky et al 1996, Pereira et al 1998, control of meal size (Bennet-Clark 1963b) and the relationship between feeding and defecation patterns as well as other aspects of feeding with epidemiological importance (Wood 1951, Dias 1956, Zeledón et al 1970, 1977, Da Rocha e Silva et al 1979, Crocco & Catalá 1996, Kollien & Schaub 1998, Zabala & D' Antonio 1988, Braga & Lima 1999, Aldana et al 2001, Emmanuelle-Machado et al 2002, Nattero et al 2002, Almeida et al 2003, Arévalo et al 2007, Rodriguez et al 2008, Klotz et al 2009). …”
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confidence: 99%
“…[26][27][28] The complement system, mainly present in blood, has at least four macromolecules specialized in the detection of an impressive variety of molecular danger signals. The system can also be activated by default, when it detects the lack of molecular structures normally present in vertebrates, as is the case of the alternative pathway.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%