TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
aëdes aegypti mosquitoes as an experimental model for studies on the ecology and genetics of venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus. 19714398081
can culex pipiens fatigans or aedes aegypti spread smallpox? a preliminary report. 19714348264
stability of virulence and plaque size of venezuelan encephalitis virus with passage in mosquitoes (aedes aegypti). 19715539571
culex pipiens and aedes aegypti: whole body extracts and development of plasmodium gallinaceum in aedes aegypti. 19715545024
prevention of aedes aegypti-borne diseases in the americas. 19715566290
mortality of various genotypes of the mosquito aedes aegypti following the uptake of microfilariae of brugia pahangi. 19715575898
comparative survival, weights, and pupation rates of four aedes aegypti (l.) strains reared with a standard technique. 19715160250
digestion of the avian blood-meal by the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19715158361
digestive enzymes in the excreta of aedes aegypti larvae. 19715158358
fine structure of the antenna and its sensory cone in larvae of aedes aegypti (l.). 19715126255
origin and composition of the peritrophic membrane of the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19714945747
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
critical sensitivity of the ovary of aedes aegypti adults to sterilization by juvenile hormone mimics. 19715287085
chemosterilization of the yellow-fever mosquito. 2. laboratory evaluation of phosphoramides by larval and pupal treatments. 19715122317
chemosterilization of the yellow-fever mosquito. 1. laboratory evaluation of aziridinyl compounds by larval and pupal treatments. 19715122316
the salivary glands of aedes aegypti (l.): an electron microscope study. 19715119813
a crossover suppressor-enhancer system in the mosquito aedes aegypti. 19715168275
amino acid partition in excreta of ageing female aedes aegypti mosquitoes. 19715111038
ultrastructure of a chordotonal and a sinusoidal peg organ in the antenna of larval aedes aegypti (l.). 19715092642
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
the spectral sensitivity of aedes aegypti (l.) at oviposition. 197122894874
behavior of aedes aegypti (l.) larvae and pupae in direct-current electric fields. 19715557895
female sexual behavior as the mechanism rendering aedes aegypti refractory to insemination. 19715552355
a study of the probing response of aedes aegypti. 4. effect of dry and moist heat on probing. 19715551925
a study of the probing response of aedes aegypti. 2. effect of desiccation and blood feeding on probing to skin and an artificial target. 19715551924
factors affecting the control of body volume in the larvae of the mosquitoes aëdes aegypti (l.) and aëdes detritus edw. 19715549770
the control of sodium uptake by the larva of the mosquito aëdes aegypti (l.). 19715549769
evidence for na plus-h plus and cl minus-hco3 minus exchanges during independent sodium and chloride uptake by the larva of the mosquito aëdes aegypti (l.). 19715549762
precocious sexual receptivity induced by a juvenile hormone analog in females of the yellow fever mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19715542995
studies of an esterase in aedes aegypti. 19715092421
some phospharylated intermediates of carbohydrate metabolism in the thorax of the mosquito aedes aegypti. 19715092420
infection of anopheles stephensi and aedes aegypti cell lines with arboviruses isolated from anopheline mosquitoes. 19715092402
the ultrastructure of midgut epithelium in aedes aegypti (l). (insecta, diptera) males. 19714400767
ultrastructural differentiation of the midgut epithelium in female aedes aegypti (l.) (insecta, diptera) imagines. 19714400554
trypsin and chymotrypsin during metamorphosis in aedes aegypti and properties of the chymotrypsin. 19714101347
enforced egg-retention and its effects on vitellogenesis in the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19724654686
embryonic inhibition and oviposition induction in aedes aegypti by certain terpenoids. 19724639454
purification and site of synthesis of aedes aegypti yolk proteins. 19724629401
the effect of matrone on oviposition in the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19724653439
non-specific esterases in females of aedes aegypti (l.). 19725087025
a study of insect repellents. 1. effect on the flight and approach by aedes aegypti. 19725085790
a genetic study of apholate resistance in aedes aegypti. 19724263864
chromosome characterization of three cell lines derived from aedes albopictus (skuse) and aedes aegypti (l.). 19724402377
the effect of odors on the behavior of adult aedes aegypti and some factors limiting responsiveness. 19725022068
the effect of cations on chymotrypsin from aedes aegypti larvae. 19725016958
growth of a candidate arbovirus (tsuruse) in aedes aegypti mosquitoes following intrathoracic inoculation. 19724554052
effect of dietary amino acid on the amino acid pool of aedes aegypti. 19725045296
lethal effects of aqueous formulations containing fatty amines or acids against eggs and larvae of aedes aegypti. 19725061815
neuro-hormonal regulation of sexual receptivity in female aedes aegypti. 19725016034
lipid analysis of aedes aegypti cells cultivated in vitro. 19724335027
steps in the biosynthesis of ribosomal rna in cultured aedes aegypti cells. 19725058597
a qualitative method for estimating the degree of engorgement of aedes aegypti adults. 19725054499
reduction in fertility induced in aedes aegypti by tarsal contact with a juvenile hormone mimic. 19725048084
[fine structure and function of the digestive tract in aedes aegypti]. 19724648187
morphology and behaviour of cultured aëdes aegypti mosquito cells. 19724345937
evolutionary strategies in life table characteristics among feral and urban strains of aedes aegypti (l.). 197228555736
etiology of the 1965 epidemic of febrile illness in nagpur city, maharashtra state, investigation of an extensive outbreak of febrile illness during the months of april, may, and june 1965, in the city of nagpur, maharashtra state, showed that the main etiological agent was chikungunya virus. dengue type 4 and chandipura viruses were also active during this period. in all, 26 strains of virus were isolated from 60 acute phase human sera, and of these strains, 23 were identified as chikungunya virus, 2 as chandipura, and 1 as dengue type 4. five strains of chikungunya virus a ...19724537481
a survey of the distribution and relative prevalence of aedes aegypti in sabah, brunei, and sarawak.although dengue haemorrhagic fever is widely established in south-east asia, no cases have been reported from borneo. in order to help to assess whether the infection could become established in borneo, a survey was made, using the single-larva collection method, of the distribution and prevalence of the principal vector, aedes aegypti, in sabah and in a few towns and villages of brunei and sarawak. in addition, the prevalence of ae. aegypti was compared with that of certain other species of aed ...19724537482
studies on the life budget of aedes aegypti in wat samphaya, bangkok, thailand.for a complete understanding of the epidemiology of a vector-borne disease, a knowledge of the bionomics of the vector is needed. the development of aedes aegypti was studied in wat samphaya, bangkok, thailand, where work on the adult biology had been carried out the previous year (1966-67). particular attention was given to the variation in the numbers of immature stages of the mosquito in relation to the known seasonal incidence of dengue haemorrhagic fever. of the three types of water contain ...19724537483
a field trial of abate larvicide for the control of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19724537857
suppression of a field population of aedes aegypti by malathion thermal fogs and abate larvicide. 19724538200
breeding of aedes aegypti and a. simpsoni under the escarpment of the tanzanian plateau.villages under the escarpment of the tanzanian plateau were surveyed for breeding of aedes aegypti. in some places more than 27% of the water containers outside houses harboured a. aegypti larvae, while there was practically no breeding in containers inside houses. from 2% to 10% of tree holes contained a. aegypti larvae. in places, as many as 47 a. simpsoni larvae were collected from one pineapple plant, and the total mean number of larvae per pineapple was 6.6, while the percentage of plants w ...19724538907
seasonal changes in the larval populations of aedes aegypti in two biotopes in dar es salaam, tanzania.the seasonal dynamics of larval populations of aedes aegypti was studied in two different biotopes in dar es salaam, tanzania. the first biotope was located on the msasani peninsula on the coast 6 km north of dar es salaam, where a. aegypti breeds exclusively in coral rock holes. the population dynamics was studied during both the rainy and the dry season. seasonal changes in the density of a. aegypti larvae depend primarily on variation in rainfall. the population of larvae dropped to zero only ...19724539415
dry season survival of aedes aegypti eggs in various breeding sites in the dar es salaam area, field experiments in different breeding sites in a shaded suburban area, 7-40% of a. aegypti eggs survived a 120-day dry period. in a relatively unshaded coral area, only 3-23% of eggs survived 60 days in exposed sites, but 7-17% survived 120 days in shaded sites. survival in some sites was higher than in the laboratory at constant conditions.19724539825
host preferences of various strains of aedes aegypti and a. simpsoni as determined by an olfactometer.the author describes and illustrates a new type of olfactometer that can be used to determine the host preference of different strains of stegomyia mosquitos. experiments with human and animal hosts in tanzania showed that dark strains of a. aegypti are much less anthropophilic than light strains.19724540689
[transmission of wuchereriasis and of bovine setariasis: histological study of the passage of microfilariae through the stomach wall of anopheles gambiae a and aedes aegypti]. 19724565488
[entomological notes. vi. septentrional localization of aedes aegypti]. 19724650815
a mosquito-chymotrypsin inhibitor in tissues of adult aedes aegypti. 19724653158
biological observations on aedes seatoi huang in thailand with notes on rural aedes aegypti (l.) and other stegomyia populations. 19725019204
pilot studies of abate as a larvicide for control of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19725028856
plasmodium gallinaceum: comparative infection rates in aedes aegypti and anopheles quadrimaculatus. 19725049753
aedes aegypti: histopathology of immediate skin reactions of hypersensitive guinea pigs resulting from bites. 19725057029
studies on the behavior of arboviruses in an aedes aegypti mosquito cell line (peleg). 19725063406
genetic manipulation of aedes aegypti: incorporation and maintenance of a genetic marker and a chromosomal translocation in natural populations.studies with aedes aegypti were undertaken to determine if an alien genotype can be (1) incorporated into a natural population and (2) maintained for several generations on its own without any subsequent introductions. such information is an essential prerequisite for successful application of any genetic control method. data from a walk-in, field population cage and from field releases of a genetic marker and a chromosomal translocation have demonstrated both genetic incorporation and persisten ...19734541148
dengue virus transmission by aedes aegypti mosquitoes following intrathoracic inoculation. 19734684883
susceptibility to brugia pahangi in geographic strains of aedes aegypti. 19734684889
differential development of brugia pahangi in laboratory strains of aedes aegypti. 19734707755
field studies on the gonotrophic cycle of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19734707760
prevalence of aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus and observations on the ecology of dengue haemorrhagic fever in several areas of thailand. 19734718121
[studies on the heredity of susceptibility to the canine filaria, dirofilaria immitis, in culex pipiens fatigans and aedes aegypti]. 19734733216
distribution of a gene for susceptibility to plasmodium gallinaceum in populations of aedes aegypti (l.). 19734744523
recovery of dengue-2 virus from aedes aegypti in colombia. 19734745238
hybridization between aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus in malaysia. 19734749074
residual effectiveness of ulv aerosols against aedes aegypti in bangkok: a study of sumithion and malathion applied by a portable ulv machine. 19734749075
plasmodium gallinaceum: effects of various compounds on immunity of susceptible aedes aegypti and refractory culex pipiens pipiens. 19734773578
plasmodium gallinaceum: development in aedes aegypti maintained on various carbohydrate diets. 19734773579
factors influencing the vector potential of aedes aegypti and culex quinquefasciatus for wesselsbron virus. 19734779922
multiplication of semliki forest virus in the tissues of aedes aegypti cultured in vitro. 19734787713
a new phosphoglucomutase (pgm) allele in aedes aegypti (diptera, culicidae). 19734788356
escape of infective larvae of brugia pahangi from aedes aegypti into water. 19734788761
[experimental infection of aedes aegypti and culex pipiens molestus mosquitoes with tiuleniia virus]. 19734805416
sequential application of ultra-low-volume ground aerosols of fenitrothion for sustained control of aedes aegypti.a trial was carried out of the efficacy of fenitrothion ultra-low-volume aerosol applied by vehicle-mounted cold aerosol generator for the control of aedes aegypti. five applications of fenitrothion at intervals of 11-49 days at dosages of 511-1 095 ml/ha gave sustained control for 4-5 months in an area of some 14 ha containing 1 300 houses. immediate killing of adult mosquitos and some larvicidal effect interrupted oviposition and retarded the recovery of the mosquito population. sequential tre ...19734543550
breeding places and seasonal incidence of aedes aegypti, as assessed by the single-larva survey method.the single-larva survey method was employed to study the breeding places and seasonal incidence of aedes aegypti in dar es salaam, tanzania. from may 1968 to may 1969, 28 462 containers of water-located in approximately equal numbers indoors and outdoors-were investigated. the highest frequency of breeding (8.0%) of a. aegypti was observed in tires and motor parts. drums, barrels, water-pots, and other receptacles left outdoors showed a higher frequency (3.1%) than those kept indoors (0.6%). met ...19734544149
diel periodicity in the landing of aedes aegypti on man.the dynamics of transmission of disease agents by vectors depends, in part, on the probability of host-vector contact, which can vary with fluctuations of both host and vector. as important as seasonal variations is 24-hour periodicity in activity. periodicity in the landing of males and females of aedes aegypti on man has been assessed by means of catches of 15 hours or longer, with several persons as a bait. the assessments were made in a suburban area of tanzania and continued throughout one ...19734544150
arbovirus studies in luanda, angola. 1. virological and serological studies during a yellow fever epidemic.a yellow fever epidemic broke out in luanda, angola, in january 1971 and was halted in less than 3 months by prompt mass vaccination and intensive antimosquito measures. nine strains of yellow fever virus were isolated from hospitalized cases, but attempts to isolate the virus from aedes aegypti mosquitos failed. a serological survey for antibodies to arboviruses in 589 sera from unvaccinated persons showed that two arboviruses were circulating in the epidemic area: the yellow fever virus and th ...19734545154
arbovirus studies in luanda, angola. 2. virological and serological studies during an outbreak of dengue-like disease caused by the chikungunya outbreak of dengue-like disease was observed in luanda, angola, at the end of 1970 and beginning of 1971. chikungunya virus was isolated from the blood of a patient with typical symptoms of dengue and from a pool of aedes aegypti mosquitos. a survey for antibodies to arboviruses in the sera of persons living in luanda showed that the chikungunya virus was indeed responsible for the outbreak. the fact that this outbreak immediately preceded and continued concurrently with a yellow fever epidem ...19734545155
interaction between the predator toxorhynchites brevipalpis and its prey aedes a circumscribed area in tanzania where the predacious larvae of toxorhynchites brevipalpis were particularly abundant, it was found that water-filled tires and tins containing toxorhynchites larvae had fewer larvae of aedes aegypti than those without the predator larvae. the peaks of infestation with toxorhynchites larvae occurred almost a month later than the peaks of a. aegypti infestation. cannibalism was observed among the predator larvae in these containers.19734152925
ecological studies on the breeding of aedes aegypti and other mosquitos in shells of the giant african snail achatina fulica.the breeding of larvae of aedes aegypti, aedes simpsoni, and eretmapodites quinquevittatus in empty shells of achatina fulica was studied in the coastal zone of dar es salaam, tanzania. the average density of shells was estimated to be 228 per ha. from 11 to 35% were positive for mosquito larvae. a. aegypti were found in 82-84% of positive shells; a. simpsoni in 8-13%. on msasani peninsula, during the 3-month rainy season april-june 1970, the larval density of a. aegypti in shells was estimated ...19734148745
laboratory colonization of toxorhynchites brevipalpis.toxorhynchites brevipalpis, a predator on larvae of aedes aegypti and other mosquitos, was successfully colonized in the laboratory. at 25 degrees c, embryonic development was completed within 50 hours of oviposition, while larval and pupal development together took a further 27-41 days. the adult mosquitos mated in cages as small as 15x15x15 cm, and the embryonated eggs were obtained 6-31 days after the adults emerged.19734149530
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