Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1962;2(2):25-27.
Field Tests on Repellent Effects against Korean Goat Ticks of Aqueous Extracts of Jingyu and Fructus Ponciri, and also of Lycaconitine, an Alkalold of Radix Jingyu
Jang-Nag Lee
Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agricultural, Seoul National University
진구수침에크스, 지실수침(枳實水浸)에크스, 및 진구성분(??成分)Lycaconitine의 산양(山羊)진드기 구제효력(驅除效力)에 관한 야외실험(野外實驗)
It was previously reported that aqueous extracts of Radix Jingyu and Fructus ponciri, and also Lycaconitine, an alkaloid of Radix Jingyu, exhibit excellent effects as cattle tick repellent. The repost deals with the field teats carried out with these three drugs for their repellent effects against Korean goat ticks, nearly 99 per cent of which are composed of Haemaphysalis bispinosum and the rest of Boophilus microplus. The study revealed that Korean goat ticks are as susceptible to all three drugs tested as korean cattle ticks.
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