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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Veterinary Pests

Author
item Hogsette, Jerome

Submitted to: Pest Management Science
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: August 12, 2002
Publication Date: June 25, 2003
Citation: HOGSETTE JR, J.A. VETERINARY PESTS. PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE. 2003.v.59.p.835-841.

Interpretive Summary: ARS is a major player in scientific research in the field of Veterinary Entomology and has the ability to commit to long-term research that is necessary to solve difficult and long-term problems which could be a difficult task for other research institutes like universities. The Executive Editorial Board of Pest Management Science has invited ARS to publish an overview of ARS research in a special issue of the journal to showcase recent accomplishments of ARS scientists. Therefore, scientists at the USDA Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology, Gainesville, FL, in conjunction with ARS scientists at other ARS locations have prepared a review of research accomplishment in the area of Veterinary Entomology. Although all projects could not be included, highlights were presented about the fire ant project in Gainesville, Florida, the tick project in Kerrville, Texas, and the screwworm project in Lincoln, Nebraska. Projects from these and other locations were discussed as space permitted.

Technical Abstract: A review article was prepared at the request of the Executive Editors of Pest management Science to provide an overview of ARS research initiatives in the area of Veterinary Entomology for an upcoming special issue of the journal. Projects were featured from each of the ARS laboratories which have Veterinary Entomology as their major thrust plus some from other laboratories as well. opment in cow or calf manure. Although all projects could not be included, highlights were presented about the fire ant project in Gainesville, Florida, the tick project in Kerrville, Texas, and the screwworm project in Lincoln, Nebraska. Projects from these and other locations were described as space permitted.

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