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west nile virus in pakistan. ii. entomological studies at changa manga national forest, punjab province. 19826134361
population dynamics of some pakistan mosquitoes: changes in adult relative abundance over time and space.time series and spatial changes in the relative abundance of 14 mosquito species were described from weekly or biweekly collections at nine localities in punjab province, pakistan, from january 1976 to june 1980. comparisons between indoor aspirator catches and outdoor mechanical sweeper collections enabled mosquito resting habits to be classified as: (1) endophilic (anopheles culicifacies, an. fluviatilis, an. stephensi, an. subpictus); (2) partially exophilic (an. annularis, an. pulcherrimus, ...19862873798
role of wastewater irrigation in mosquito breeding in south punjab, pakistan.mosquito breeding within the wastewater irrigation system around the town of haroonabad in the southern punjab, pakistan, was studied from july to september 2000 as part of a wider study of the costs and benefits of wastewater use in agriculture. the objective of this study was to assess the vector-borne human disease risks associated with mosquito species utilizing wastewater for breeding. mosquito larvae were collected on a fortnightly basis from components of the wastewater disposal system an ...200312971517
west nile virus in pakistan. 1. sero-epidemiological studies in punjab province.serum samples collected during 1978-79 from residents of the chiniot and changa manga national forest (cmf) areas of punjab province, pakistan, had over-all neutralizing (n) antibody positive rates for west nile (wn) virus of 32.8% (n = 192) and 38.5% (n = 239), respectively. comparison of the age-specific antibody rates indicated that the pattern of exposure to infection was different in the two areas. samples from a 1968 serosurvey of residents of the cmf area had an age-specific n antibody pr ...19826926759
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