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Acari diversity and their importance as foes and friends

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The present paper reviews the acarine diversity of India focussing their early history, habits, habitats and economic importance of those relating to agricultural, veternary and public health aspects, This provides an up-dated data regarding status of Indian acarines.
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71
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1-21
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  • Medicinal Plants Research and Extension Centre, Rama Krishna Mission Ashrama Narendrapur, Kolkata – 700103, India
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  • [4] Gupta, S.K. 2012 Handbook. Injurious and Beneficial Mites infesting agri-horticultural crops in India and their management. Nature Books India, New Delhi, 362 pp.
  • [5] Krantz, G. W. 1970. A Manual of Acarology. Oregon State University, Corvallis, U.S.A., 335 pp.
  • [6] Peal, S.E. 1868. Letter for forwarding specimens and drawings of Red Spider. J. Agric. Hort. Soc. India, 1: 69
  • [7] Prasad, V. 1974. A Catalogue of mites of India. Indira Acarology Publishing House, Ludhiana, 320 pp.
  • [8] Prasad, V. 1982.History of Acarology. Indira Acarology Publishing House, Michigan, U.S.A., 472 pp.
  • [9] Walter, D. E. and Proctor, H. C. 1999. Mites, Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour. Willingford, U.K., CAB International, 561 pp.
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