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residual effectiveness of ulv aerosols against aedes aegypti in bangkok: a study of sumithion and malathion applied by a portable ulv machine. 19734749075
hybridization between aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus in malaysia. 19734749074
recovery of dengue-2 virus from aedes aegypti in colombia. 19734745238
distribution of a gene for susceptibility to plasmodium gallinaceum in populations of aedes aegypti (l.). 19734744523
sex-linked translocations, semisterility and linkage alterations in the mosquito aedes aegypti. 19734735778
[studies on the heredity of susceptibility to the canine filaria, dirofilaria immitis, in culex pipiens fatigans and aedes aegypti]. 19734733216
blood-feeding behavior of adult aedes aegypti mosquitoes. 19734732534
corpus allatum control of ovarian development in aedes aegypti. 19734720505
prevalence of aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus and observations on the ecology of dengue haemorrhagic fever in several areas of thailand. 19734718121
non-specific esterases in several organs of aedes aegypti (l.) during female adult life. 20154709581
field studies on the gonotrophic cycle of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19734707760
differential development of brugia pahangi in laboratory strains of aedes aegypti. 19734707755
a study on the fecundity of male aedes aegypti. 19734705254
effect of antibiotics and antimalarials on free amino acids of aedes aegypti. 19734697425
scanning electron microscopy of cultured cells of aedes aegypti. 19734690305
susceptibility to brugia pahangi in geographic strains of aedes aegypti. 19734684889
dengue virus transmission by aedes aegypti mosquitoes following intrathoracic inoculation. 19734684883
translocation homozygotes in the yellow fever mosquito, aedes aegypti. 20104672742
[effects of 2 antimetabolites on the development of aedes aegypti larvae]. 20154662010
enforced egg-retention and its effects on vitellogenesis in the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19724654686
the effect of matrone on oviposition in the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19724653439
a mosquito-chymotrypsin inhibitor in tissues of adult aedes aegypti. 19724653158
[entomological notes. vi. septentrional localization of aedes aegypti]. 19724650815
[fine structure and function of the digestive tract in aedes aegypti]. 19724648187
a radiation-induced paracentric inversion in aedes aegypti (l.). cytogenetic and interchromosomal effects. 20104644330
embryonic inhibition and oviposition induction in aedes aegypti by certain terpenoids. 19724639454
purification and site of synthesis of aedes aegypti yolk proteins. 19724629401
iridescent virus replication: a microscope study of aedes aegypti and antherea eucalypti cells in culture infected with iridescent virus types 2 and 6. 19744597678
radiation sterilization of aedes aegypti in nitrogen and implications for sterile male technique. 19734583511
ovarian control of vitellogenin synthesis by the fat body in aedes aegypti. 19734583478
[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
phosphoglucomutase gene in aedes aegypti: a fourth allele and preliminary linkage data. 20144557515
growth of a candidate arbovirus (tsuruse) in aedes aegypti mosquitoes following intrathoracic inoculation. 19724554052
a large-scale field trial of ultra-low-volume fenitrothion applied by a portable mist blower for the control of aedes aegypti.long-term control of aedes aegypti, the vector of dengue haemorrhagic fever in thailand, was obtained by 2 thorough applications of fenitrothion mist applied at a target dosage rate of 0.1 ml per m(3) of room space. perfect control lasted for 6-7 months after treatment and densities were substantially reduced for up to a year after treatment. recovery of the population was still slow up to almost 16 months after treatment. this degree of control was achieved by the immediate mortalities produced ...19744549492
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
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
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
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
the control of aedes aegypti during the yellow fever epidemic in luanda, angola, in 1971.vector control was carried out in three cycles with ulv technical malathion sprayed from aircraft at the application rate of 500 ml/ha. successive reductions of 84%, 93.6%, and 96% in the pretreatment density of a. aegypti were attained, a range of 77-98% being observed over a 24-day period.04543554
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
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
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
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
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
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
suppression of a field population of aedes aegypti by malathion thermal fogs and abate larvicide. 19724538200
a field trial of abate larvicide for the control of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19724537857
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 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
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
mosquito-borne infections in fiji. v. the 1971-73 dengue epidemic.a dengue epidemic due to type 2 virus involving some 3,400 cases began in fiji early in 1971, had a peak during may, june and july, and cases have continued to occur with a low incidence during 1972 and 1973. many of the notified cases showed classical dengue fever symptoms and there were no confirmed cases of haemorrhagic fever. a serological survey indicated that there had been at least 20,000 subclinical infections. it is probable that the virus was introduced to fiji either through the port ...19744529580
duplication deficiency heterozygotes in aedes aegypti. 19744526162
the effect of infection with brugia pahangi and dirofilaria repens on the egg-production of aedes aegypti. 19744480018
homologous interference in aedes aegypti cell cultures infected with sindbis virus. 19744474862
[genetics of the suceptibility of aedes aegypti to dirofilaria repens]. 19744470183
[experimental study of a virus disease of the densonculeosis type in aedes aegypti l. larvae]. 20094459705
circadian rhythms in rate of oxygen consumption by larvae of the mosquito, aedes aegypti (l). 20034459046
fine structure of antennal grooved pegs of the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19744458949
the production of a ddt-resistant strain of aedes aegypti marked on all three linkage groups. 19744458942
[feeding behavior of aedes aegypti (l.) and aedes albopictus (skuse) females and factors influencing the number of eggs deposited by same]. 19744450555
studies on filariasis. iii. dirofilaria immitis: emergence of infective larvae from the mouthparts of aedes aegypti. 19744448885
[poxvirus of aedes aegypti l. mosquitoes]. 20064444602
aedes aegypti larval habitats in surinam. 19744441730
dietary factors stimulating oogenesis in aedes aegypti. 19744441563
effects of temperature on development of brugia pahangi in a susceptible strain of aedes aegypti. 19744436753
identification of antennal chemoreceptors of the mosquito, aedes aegypti: a correction. 19744435168
effect of weight on mosquito (aedes aegypti l.) feeding. 19744435156
the distribution of acetylcholine and unspecific esterases in the midgut of female aedes aegypti l. 19744434741
parasitic development of the mermithid nematode reesimermis nielseni in the larval mosquito aedes aegypti. 19744434274
a comparison of the morphogenetic and sterilizing activities of juvenile hormone mimics on aedes aegypti. 19744422187
differential uptake of tritiated thymidine and adenine by the mosquito aedes aegypti infected with the filarial nematode brugia pahangi. 19744420187
activation of vitellogenin synthesis in the mosquito aedes aegypti by ecdysone. 19744411834
a genetical investigation of resistance to "knockdown" and "kill" by ddt in adults of the mosquito aedes aegypti l. 19744407168
chromosome characterization of three cell lines derived from aedes albopictus (skuse) and aedes aegypti (l.). 19724402377
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
aëdes aegypti mosquitoes as an experimental model for studies on the ecology and genetics of venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus. 19714398081
number of plaque forming units of middelburg virus injected by aedes aegypti during feeding. 19704394996
the distribution of larvae of brugia malayi and brugia pahangi in the flight muscle fibres of aedes aegypti and mansonia uniformis. 19704394923
the behaviour of sub-periodic brugia malayi, buckley and edeson, in anopheles gambiae, giles and aedes aegypti, linnaeus. 19704394270
investigations into yellow fever virus and other arboviruses in the northern regions of kenya.previous studies having shown an appreciable level of yellow fever immunity to exist in northern kenya, further epidemiological and serological surveys were carried out there in 1968 in an attempt to define more clearly the distribution of yellow fever and to locate possible vector and reservoir hosts of the disease; these surveys also provided information on a number of other arboviruses.altogether 436 sera from 5 areas in northern kenya were screened by haemagglutination-inhibition tests with ...19704393661
evaluation of compounds for insecticidal activity on adult mosquitos. 5. toxicity to adult mosquitos and residual properties of some pyrethrin-like compounds are compared with earlier synthetic pyrethroids and natural pyrethrins for intrinsic toxicity to adult mosquitos and for residual contact activity. two of the compounds are at least as toxic as pyrethrin i to female anopheles stephensi and aedes aegypti. residues of these compounds are very persistent in the dark or in very subdued lighting but they decompose on exposure to normal intensities of daylight and rapidly lose their insecticidal activity.04392939
evaluation of compounds for insecticidal activity on adult mosquitos. 3. properties of some n-methylthiolcarbamates.n-methylcarbamates derived from thiophenols possess negligible insecticidal activity against the mosquitos anopheles stephensi and aedes aegypti. the probable basic reason for the inactivity is that these compounds are much less efficient inhibitors of cholinesterase than the oxygen analogues.04392937
characterization of phospholipase b of culex pipiens fatigans.phospholipase b has been found in the mosquito culex pipiens fatigans, and some of its properties have been studied. the enzyme had a high optimum temperature (45 degrees c) and broad alkaline ph optimum (8-9). it was inactive toward diacylphospholipids, and hydrolyzed lysolecithin at a higher rate than lysophosphatidyl ethanolamine. the enzyme was heat labile, but lysolecithin protected it against heat inactivation. phosphatidyl ethanolamine, phosphatidyl choline, deoxycholate, fe(+++), and hg( ...19694390654
[metabolites of act. leveris strain 1437-19, larvicidal for mosquite aedes aegypti l., their isolation and properties]. 19684386918
the multiplication of middleburg s and 1 plaque viruses in aëdes aegypti mosquitoes. 19684386019
[fine structure of the scolopidia in the johnston organ of aedes aegypti l]. 19674385310
experimental studies with chikungunya virus in aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus. 19674383887
taxonomy of aedes aegypti and related species. 04383544
aedes aegypti and other mosquitos in relation to the dengue syndrome. 04383543
reproductive and immunological characteristics of a strain of aedes aegypti selected for resistance to gamma radiation. 19664382786
insecticide susceptibility and resistance in populations of anopheles gambiae, culex fatigans and aedes aegypti in southern nigeria. 19664380414
morphometric analysis of the midgut of female aedes aegypti (l.) (insecta, diptera) under various physiological conditions. 19744374306
[morphogenesis of sindbis virus in intestinal and salivary gland cells of the mosquito aedes aegypti]. 19744366341
can culex pipiens fatigans or aedes aegypti spread smallpox? a preliminary report. 19714348264
morphology and behaviour of cultured aëdes aegypti mosquito cells. 19724345937
lipid analysis of aedes aegypti cells cultivated in vitro. 19724335027
[multiplication and transmission of the vesicular stomatitis virus by aedes aegypti (l.)]. 19684330972
behaviour of infectious rna from four different viruses in continuously subcultured aedes aegypti mosquito embryo cells. 19694302398
multiplication in and transmission by aedes aegypti of vesicular stomatitis virus. 19684302140
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