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Question 1: Examples are ________ which attaches to the body of the honeybee, and Acarapis woodi (family Tarsonemidae), which lives in the tracheae of honey bees.
CanadaBeekeepingEuropean honey beeVarroa destructor

Question 2: Perhaps the best-known mite, though, is the ________ (family Pyroglyphidae).
ArthropodHouse dust miteArachnidAcarina

Question 3: Mites, along with ticks, belong to the subclass ________ (also known as Acari) and the class Arachnida.
ArthropodChelicerataOpilionesAcarina

Question 4: It is thought that inhalation of mites during sleep exposes the human body to some ________ which eventually induce hypersensitivity reaction.
PhagocytePolyclonal B cell responseAntigenImmune system

Question 5: Many live freely in the soil or water, but there are also a large number of species that live as ________ on plants, animals, and some that feed on mold.
ToxoplasmosisCatDirofilaria immitisParasitism

Question 6: In the usual taxonomy, the ticks form one of several ________ in the taxon comprising the mites.
Order (biology)Taxonomic rankSpeciesBiological classification

Question 7: [5] Antihistamines are also useful; ________, for example, is shown to reduce allergic symptoms of patients.
DiphenhydramineLoratadineHydroxyzineCetirizine

Question 8: ________
Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
ArachnidAcarinaHouse dust miteArthropod

Question 9: The scientific discipline devoted to the study of ticks and mites is called ________.
ArachnidAcarinaOpilionesChelicerata

Question 10: Mites cause several forms of allergic diseases, including hay fever, ________ and eczema and are known to aggravate atopic dermatitis.
AsthmaFarmer's lungAllergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosisHypersensitivity pneumonitis
















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