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Susceptibility of cockroaches (Blattella germanica Linneaus) to various insecticides

Cha CH, Ham KS, Lee YI, Koo SH, Han RI

During the period from May to October 1969, the authors carried out a series of tests with the aim to ascertain the present status of susceptibility of adult cockraoches to...
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Metronidazole in amoebiasis 1. The use of metronidazole on the treatment of hepatic and pulmonary amoebiasis

Cho KM, Hong SO, Lee JY, Choi YK, Soh CT

Total 9 cases of extraintestinal amoebiasis, amebic liver abscess and amebic lung abscess, were treated with metronidazole. The diagnosis and progress check were done by (1) stool examination, (2) size...
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Study on the ticks of Chejudo-life cycle

Kim SH

This study was conducted to study the life cycle of Haemaphysalis bispinosa and Boophilus microplus. The results obtained are summarized as follows. The period of blood-sucking from a host was...
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Anthelminthic effectiveness of 2,3,5,6,-tetrahydro 6-phenyl-imidazole (2,1-b) thiazole hydrochloride (=tetramisole) upon intestinal parasites

Kim CH, Soh CT

A single dose of Tetramisole, 2.5 mg/kg body weight, was given to the infected cases of intestinal parasites. The number of cases were: Ascaris lumbriocides 96, hookworm 16, Trichostrongylus orientalis...
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Study on Metagonimus yokogawai (katsurada, 1912) in Korea II. The in vitro excystation of metacercariae

Kim KS, Seo BS

A series of experiments on various factors which induce optimal in vitro excystation of the metacercariae of Metagonimus yokogawai isolated from the fish, Plecoglossus altivelis was conducted and the following...
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