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origin and composition of the peritrophic membrane of the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19714945747
current status of aedes aegypti eradication in the western hemisphere. 19674951703
[multiplication of an arbovirus, sindbis, in the body of an experimental "vector", the mosquito aedes aegypti (l.)]. 19654954286
in vitro properties of proteinases in the midgut of adult aedes aegypti l. and culex fatigans (wiedemann). 19664957298
further studies on the genetic aspects of the infection of aedes aegypti with plasmodium gallinaceum. 19664957841
sporoblast and sporozoite formation in plasmodium gallinaceum infection of aedes aegypti. 19664957849
transmission of african horse-sickness by a species of mosquito, aëdes aegypti linnaeus. 19664960145
chemosterilization of aedes aegypti (l.) by pupal treatment. 19664960433
artificial infection of aedes (stegomyia) aegypti (linnaeus) with five african arboviruses. 19674964631
biological aspects in the transmission of brugia malayi by aedes aegypti in the laboratory. 19664964879
isolation of zika virus from aedes aegypti mosquitoes in malaysia. 19694976739
the fine structure of the gregarine lankesteria culicis parasitic in the yellow fever mosquito aedes aegypti. 19694981008
the isolation and properties of the skin-reactive substance in aedes aegypti oral secretion. 19694983292
the bionomics of lankesteria culicis and aedes aegypti. 19704988784
hyperactivity of aedes aegypti (l.) males induced by chemosterilization with thiotepa. 19704988953
virulence and pathogenesis of yellow fever virus serially passaged in cell culture.viscerotropic virulence of the asibi strain of yellow fever virus (yfv) for monkeys has been known to be lost after serial passage in hela cell monolayers. this phenomenon was investigated in several other mammalian and insect tissue cell lines. assay in monkeys of original seed virus and of virus after 7 and 11 passages in a porcine kidney cell line (pk) indicated essentially equal infectivity and mortality. moreover, monkeys receiving the passaged virus exhibited more rapid onset of disease an ...19714998347
comparison of three methods used to isolate dengue virus type 2.during the 1969 dengue epidemic in puerto rico, human sera and aedes aegypti mosquitoes were collected for virus isolation and identification. three methods of isolation were used and compared. in the first method, we inoculated newborn mice by the intracranial route, noted any signs of illness, and serially passed specimens in mice until virus was isolated. in the second method, we inoculated tube cultures of llc-mk(2) cells, noted any cytopathic effect (cpe), and assayed fluids for virus by pl ...19715002896
vi. comparative lipid analysis of aedes aegypti and monkey kidney cells (mk-2) cultivated in vitro. 19715003968
neuro-hormonal regulation of sexual receptivity in female aedes aegypti. 19725016034
the effect of cations on chymotrypsin from aedes aegypti larvae. 19725016958
biological observations on aedes seatoi huang in thailand with notes on rural aedes aegypti (l.) and other stegomyia populations. 19725019204
the effect of odors on the behavior of adult aedes aegypti and some factors limiting responsiveness. 19725022068
coeloconic sensilla on the antennae of the yellow fever mosquito, aedes aegypti (l.). 20165026452
pilot studies of abate as a larvicide for control of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19725028856
rhodopsin of the larval mosquito.larvae of the mosquito aedes aegypti have a cluster of four ocelli on each side of the head. the visual pigment of each ocellus of mosquitoes reared in darkness was characterized by microspectrophotometry, and found to be the same. larval mosquito rhodopsin (lambda(max) = 515 nm) upon short irradiation bleaches to a stable photoequilibrium with metarhodopsin (lambda(max) = 480 nm). on long irradiation of glutaraldehyde-fixed tissues or in the presence of potassium borohydride, bleaching goes fur ...05029551
spectral sensitivity of larval mosquito ocelli.the spectral sensitivity of lateral ocelli in both wild-type and white-eyed larvae of the yellow fever mosquito aedes aegypti l. (reared in darkness) was measured by means of the electroretinogram. the spectral sensitivity is maximal at about 520 nm, with a small secondary peak near 370 nm. when allowance is made for some screening and filtering by the eye tissues, the spectral sensitivity is in reasonable agreement with the absorption spectrum of ocellar rhodopsin (lambda(max) = 515 nm).05029552
esterase polymorphism in aedes aegypti: the genetics and k m values of electrophoretically heterogeneous forms. 20165038250
effect of dietary amino acid on the amino acid pool of aedes aegypti. 19725045296
reduction in fertility induced in aedes aegypti by tarsal contact with a juvenile hormone mimic. 19725048084
plasmodium gallinaceum: comparative infection rates in aedes aegypti and anopheles quadrimaculatus. 19725049753
a qualitative method for estimating the degree of engorgement of aedes aegypti adults. 19725054499
aedes aegypti: histopathology of immediate skin reactions of hypersensitive guinea pigs resulting from bites. 19725057029
steps in the biosynthesis of ribosomal rna in cultured aedes aegypti cells. 19725058597
lethal effects of aqueous formulations containing fatty amines or acids against eggs and larvae of aedes aegypti. 19725061815
studies on the behavior of arboviruses in an aedes aegypti mosquito cell line (peleg). 19725063406
[the detection of viral infection in larvae of aedes aegypti]. 20005077274
developmental effects of ionizing radiation in aedes aegypti. 20155080436
a study of insect repellents. 1. effect on the flight and approach by aedes aegypti. 19725085790
non-specific esterases in females of aedes aegypti (l.). 19725087025
the use of aedes aegypti for infecting chick embryos with plasmodium gallinaceum. 19715090969
infection of anopheles stephensi and aedes aegypti cell lines with arboviruses isolated from anopheline mosquitoes. 19715092402
some phospharylated intermediates of carbohydrate metabolism in the thorax of the mosquito aedes aegypti. 19715092420
studies of an esterase in aedes aegypti. 19715092421
ultrastructure of a chordotonal and a sinusoidal peg organ in the antenna of larval aedes aegypti (l.). 19715092642
dengue control on an island in the gulf of thailand. i. results of an aedes aegypti control program. 19715093668
susceptibility of tissue cultures of minced aedes aegypti pupae and adults to infection with venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus. 19715093673
triglyceride metabolism in thermally-feminized males of aedes aegypti. 19715094243
sterilization of aedes aegypti (l.) as a result of chronic exposure to low doses of beta radiation. 19715094845
[characteristics of multiplication of different clones of venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus in aëdes aegypti mosquitos]. 19715098430
the survival and development of subperiodic brugia malayi and b. pahangi larvae in a selected strain of aedes aegypti. 19715105318
demonstration of venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus in tissues of aedes aegypti. 19715106526
amino acid partition in excreta of ageing female aedes aegypti mosquitoes. 19715111038
diethylamide of thujic acid: a potent repellent of aedes aegypti.a series of novel, representatively substituted amides of thujic acid were prepared and screened for insect repellent and attractant potential. in repel-lency tests the n,n-diethylamide was the most potent compound, surpassing the activity of the standard repellents dimethyl phthalate and fencholic acid. in contrast, the n-monoethylamide displayed attractant activity.19715119622
the salivary glands of aedes aegypti (l.): an electron microscope study. 19715119813
chemosterilization of the yellow-fever mosquito. 1. laboratory evaluation of aziridinyl compounds by larval and pupal treatments. 19715122316
chemosterilization of the yellow-fever mosquito. 2. laboratory evaluation of phosphoramides by larval and pupal treatments. 19715122317
fine structure of the antenna and its sensory cone in larvae of aedes aegypti (l.). 19715126255
[the ability of sumah virus of the ukuniemi group to reproduce in aedes aegypti mosquitoes]. 20165141615
growth of viruses in arthropod cell cultures: applications. i. attenuation of semliki forest (sf) virus in continuously cultured aedes aegypti mosquito cells (peleg) as a step in production of vaccines. 19715142327
the differential effect of plasmodium gallinaceum on the fecundity of several strains of aedes aegypti. 19715151912
[preliminary study of the selection of aedes aegypti strains sensitive and resistant to infections caused by dirofilaria repens]. 19715152926
[susceptibility of culex pipiens, aedes aegypti and anopheles (myzomyia) stephensi to plasmodium (haemamoeba) subpraecox (grassi and feletti, 1892)]. 19715152937
digestive enzymes in the excreta of aedes aegypti larvae. 19715158358
digestion of the avian blood-meal by the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19715158361
digestion of the human blood-meal by the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19715158368
experimental infection of aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus with dengue viruses. 19715159140
comparative survival, weights, and pupation rates of four aedes aegypti (l.) strains reared with a standard technique. 19715160250
a crossover suppressor-enhancer system in the mosquito aedes aegypti. 19715168275
a soluble deoxyribonucleic acid in the mosquito aedes aegypti. 05227670
critical sensitivity of the ovary of aedes aegypti adults to sterilization by juvenile hormone mimics. 19715287085
toxicities of certain larvicides to resistant and susceptible aedes aegypti (l.).in a study of the toxicological characteristics of dieldrin-resistant and ddt-resistant strains of aedes aegypti, combined with an evaluation of certain larvicides, 14 cyclodienes, 13 ddt-type compounds, 18 organophosphorus compounds, several carbamates and a number of other compounds were tested against larvae of a. aegypti. telodrin and gc-9160 proved to be toxic against a highly dieldrin-resistant strain. against highly ddt-resistant strains the toxicity of ddt could be enhanced by piperonyl ...05294255
diagnostic dosages to separate genotypes of aedes aegypti for ddt-resistance and dieldrin-resistance. 05296139
genetical linkage relationships of ddt-resistance and dieldrin-resistance in culex pipiens fatigans wiedemann.the tropical house mosquito culex fatigans readily develops resistance to ddt and to dieldrin and hexachlorocyclohexane. studies of the mode of inheritance of these two types of resistance in material from rangoon selected to a high resistance level showed ddt-resistance to be due to a single principal gene which was almost completely dominant and dieldrin-resistance to be due to a single gene allele neither dominant nor recessive, the hybrids being intermediate.the ddt-resistance factor was lin ...19675298668
aedes aegypti and yellow fever. 05299444
aedes aegypti and haemorrhagic fever. 19675299445
dynamics of aedes aegypti distribution and density. seasonal fluctuations in the americas. 05299446
the distribution, density and seasonal prevalence of aedes aegypti in west africa. 05299447
dynamics of aedes aegypti distribution, density and seasonal prevalence in the mediterranean area. 05299448
aedes aegypti in the western pacific region. 05299449
distribution, density and seasonal prevalence of aedes aegypti in the indian subcontinent and south-east asia. 19675299450
frmal genetics and cytogenetics of aedes aegypti. 05299451
current status of the formal genetics of aedes aegypti. 05299452
[insecticide-resistance in aedes aegypti and allied species]. 05299453
mechanisms and inheritance of resistance and selection of resistance potential in aedes aegypti. 05299454
the need for standard and other strains of aedes aegypti for research. 05299455
preferred aedes aegypti larval habitats in urban areas. 19675299457
factors affecting the oviposition of aedes aegypti. 05299458
mating, resting habits and dispersal of aedes aegypti. 05299459
history of aedes aegypti eradication in the americas. 05299460
initiation of the aedes aegypti eradication programme of the usa. 19675299461
organization and administration of aedes aegypti control and eradication programmes. 05299462
the control of aedes aegypti in south-east asia and the western pacific. 05299463
insecticides for use against aedes aegypti. 05299464
toxic hazards from the use of insecticides in the control of aedes aegypti. 05299465
biotic factors in the control of aedes aegypti. 05299466
possible use of the sterile-male technique for control of aedes aegypti. 05299467
environmental manipulation and health education in aedes aegypti control in thailand. 19675299468
measures to be taken to prevent the transmission of aedes aegypti by sea and air. 05299469
the prospects for aedes aegypti eradication in asia in the light of its eradication in brazil. 19675299470
ddt-resistance in west african and asian strains of aedes aegypti (l.).the yellow fever mosquito aedes aegypti has developed resistance to ddt in the caribbean region and in south-east asia, but not in west africa. therefore west african strains were compared with south-east asian strains for their response to laboratory selection with ddt. it was found that west african strains were much slower to respond initially, but eventually could build up a high degree of ddt-resistance. by crossing and backcrossing with a susceptible marker-gene strain, it was found that t ...05299673
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