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
the use of aedes aegypti for infecting chick embryos with plasmodium gallinaceum. 19715090969
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
[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
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
digestion of the human blood-meal by the mosquito, aedes aegypti. 19715158368
experimental infection of aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus with dengue viruses. 19715159140
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 haemorrhagic fever. 19675299445
distribution, density and seasonal prevalence of aedes aegypti in the indian subcontinent and south-east asia. 19675299450
preferred aedes aegypti larval habitats in urban areas. 19675299457
initiation of the aedes aegypti eradication programme of the usa. 19675299461
environmental manipulation and health education in aedes aegypti control in thailand. 19675299468
the prospects for aedes aegypti eradication in asia in the light of its eradication in brazil. 19675299470
observations on possible competitive displacement between populations of aedes aegypti linnaeus and aedes albopictus skuse in calcutta.the possibility of competitive displacement in calcutta between aedes aegypti, a known vector of arboviruses, and a. albopictus, a suspected vector, was explored by general collections of immature stages from all types of breeding-places and by exposing oviposition traps in tenement houses, and gardens in urban, suburban, and rural environments. a. aegypti was predominant in houses and tenements in urban areas, but a. albopictus was not excluded. both species occurred in about equal densities in ...19675301385
studies on the mechanism of ddt-resistance in culex pipiens fatigans.since the appearance of ddt-resistance in houseflies in 1947, over 30 mosquito species have developed resistance to this and other commonly used insecticides. much knowledge has been gained concerning the mechanism of resistance in insects but, in general, this phenomenon cannot be explained in terms of a single factor common to all resistant species.enzymic detoxication of ddt to dde has been found in the study reported to be a major factor in the resistance of several mosquito species, particu ...19675301740
field study of the safety of abate for treating potable water and observations on the effectiveness of a control programme involving both abate and malathion.abate is a larvicide for aedes aegypti, a vector of yellow fever, dengue, and haemorrhagic fever. it is less toxic than malathion or ddt. tests in human volunteers had previously indicated it would be safe to add to drinking-water where the mosquito often a 19-month test in puerto rico, abate was added to the drums and cisterns in which a community of about 2000 persons stored their drinking-water. this use of abate and other insecticidal measures (malathion spraying) gradually achieve ...19685302335
a new method of measuring the relative prevalence of aedes aegypti. 19695306629
replicate surveys of larval habitats of aedes aegypti in relation to dengue haemorrhagic fever in bangkok, thailand.dengue haemorrhagic fever in bangkok and thonburi occurs principally during the wet season. the mosquito vector is aedes aegypti. a study was made of the larval habitats of a. aegypti in 14 localities, at three different times of the year, to determine whether there were fluctuations in the a. aegypti population, as measured by the number of occupied habitats, which could be correlated with the incidence of the infection.the habitats were classified into 6 categories and a single larva was colle ...19695307596
effectiveness of different insecticides and formulations against aedes aegypti larvae in ant traps in bangkok, thailand. 19695308706
the effectiveness of ultra-low-volume applications of malathion at a rate of 6 us fluid ounces per acre in controlling aedes aegypti in a large-scale test at nakhon sawan, thailand.the effectiveness of ultra-low-volume (ulv) applications of technical malathion to control aedes aegypti was studied in nakhon sawan, thailand, in november 1968. two treatments of 6 us fl oz/acre (438 ml/ha) were applied 4 days apart by a c-47 aircraft equipped with a fuselage-mounted spraying boom. an area of 7 square miles (18 km(2)), which included the entire city area, was treated.the landing rate of adult a. aegypti adults was reduced significantly following each malathion application (95% ...19705309512
the effectiveness of ultra-low-volume applications of malathion at a rate of 3 us fluid ounces per acre in controlling aedes aegypti in thailand.ultra-low-volume (ulv) aerial applications of malathion at a rate of 3 us fl oz per acre (219 ml/ha) for the control of aedes aegypti and culex pipiens fatigans were evaluated in 2 areas near bangkok, thailand. a housing project of the royal thai air force received 2 applications a week apart while the village of bang khen received 1 application. bioassays, oil-sensitive red dye cards, landing-rate counts, ovitraps, and light-traps were used to evaluate the effects of the treatment. a comparison ...19705309518
resistance potentialities of aedes aegypti and culex pipiens fatigans to organophosphorus and other insecticides. 19695309539
tree-hole breeding of aedes aegypti in southern india: a preliminary report. 19705310145
the magnitude of seasonal changes in larval populations of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand.weekly surveys of aedes aegypti larvae were made during 1966-67 in three localities in bangkok in order to detect and measure any changes in the population which might be correlated with the seasons. the larval habitats were divided into water-jars and miscellaneous containers. only the data from alternate weekly surveys were analysed. analysis of variance showed that the changes in the numbers of habitats occupied varied greatly both by month and by locality. it is concluded that there was some ...19705312256
a study of biting habits of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19705312528
development of organophosphorus resistance in indian strains of aedes aegypti (l.).populations of the yellow-fever mosquito, aedes aegypti, have developed resistance to cholorinated hydrocarbons in many parts of the world, but not to organophosphorus insecticides. seven indian strains of ae. aegypti were found to be tolerant to ddt and highly susceptible to certain organophosphorus compounds such as abate, dursban, fenthion and fenitrothion. hence selection studies were started with these organophosphorus compounds. laboratory selections on these strains for 20 generations wit ...19705313264
bionomics of toxorhynchites splendens in the larval habitats of aedes aegypti in bangkok, thailand. 19705313363
aedes aegypti (l.) and aedes albopictus (skuse) in singapore city. 1. distribution and density.the distribution and density of ae. aegypti and ae. albopictus in singapore were assessed from extensive larval surveys carried out from 1966 to 1968 to evaluate their respective roles in the epidemiology of dengue haemorrhagic fever and to study their ecology in the urban areas. ten urban areas where the majority of dengue haemorrhagic fever cases occurred were surveyed.the results showed that both species were common in the city, with ae. aegypti being the dominant species. the distribution of ...19715316745
aedes aegypti (l.) and aedes albopictus (skuse) in singapore city. 2. larval habitats.detailed information on the breeding habitats of ae. aegypti and ae. albopictus is necessary when planning programmes for their control. the larval habitats of the two species in 10 city areas were counted and classified according to type, frequency of occurrence, location, and function. of all the breeding habitats recorded 95% were domestic containers. the most common ae. aegypti breeding habitats were ant traps, earthenware jars, bowls, tanks, tin cans, and drums, ant traps being the most com ...19715316746
aedes aegypti (l.) and aedes albopictus (skuse) in singapore city. 3. population fluctuations.fluctuations in the adult ae. aegypti and ae. albopictus populations and their relationship to rainfall were studied by weekly collections from a number of stations in the city. aedes aegypti populations generally fluctuated with the rainfall, with multiple peaks, except in the middle of the year when there was no increase in rainfall at the time of the peak in population. it is suggested that other regulating factors, in addition to rainfall, also determine the fluctuations of this species. aed ...19715316747
aedes aegypti (l.) and aedes albopictus (skuse) in singapore city. 4. competition between species.there is a current belief stemming from statements made in the literature that ae. aegypti is displacing ae. albopictus in a number of cities of south-east asia and in calcutta, india. a critical review of these works showed that either the observations were inconclusive or the methods of collection were biased for one or the other species.extensive surveys of the larval habitats of the two species in singapore showed that the sharing of breeding habitats was uncommon in both urban and rural are ...19715316748
aedes aegypti (l.) and aedes albopictus (skuse) in singapore city. 5. observations in relation to dengue haemorrhagic fever.dengue haemorrhagic fever in singapore was a disease of the urban human population, with concentrations of cases occurring in areas of high population density. mosquito surveys revealed that these areas also had high population densities of ae. aegypti and ae. albopictus.the disease occurred throughout the year but the incidence of cases appeared to follow a seasonal pattern. observations from 1966 to 1968 showed that the number of cases increased in april, reached a peak in november, and, there ...19715316749
development and reversion of ddt resistance in an aedes aegypti population in bangkok, thailand. 19715316918
observations on the mating behaviour of aedes aegypti in nature. 19715317018
aedes aegypti and aedes simpsoni breeding in coral rock holes on the coast of tanzania. 19715317088
establishment of a line of mosquito (aedes aegypti l.) cells grown in vitro. 19665338625
adaptation of an aedes aegypti cell line to hemolymph-free culture medium. 19695370999
[reinfestation by aedes aegypti in para; current situation]. 19695396852
[reinfestation of para by aedes aegypti]. 19695397213
preliminary laboratory study on the bionomics of aedes aegypti linnaeus and a. albopictus skuse. 19695401884
l-lactic acid as a factor in the attraction of aedes aegypti (diptera: culicidae) to human hosts. 19705440497
the enhancing effect of diethyl-amino-ethyl dextran on the infectivity of arboviruses for aedes aegypti. 19705490641
a note on the seasonal prevalence of adults of aedes aegypti in vellore. 19705491312
the effect of infection with brugia pahangi on the flight of aedes aegypti. 19705498784
breath, co2 and human handling of the host as factors affecting the feeding behavior of adult aedes aegypti (l.) on lepidoptera larvae. 19705501222
[larval morphology of setaria labiatopapillosa (nematoda, filarioidea) in aedes aegypti]. 19705511124
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
morphologic variation in the larva of aedes aegypti, trinidad strain. 19675609365
[resistance to insectcides in aedes aegypti in tahiti]. 19675613496
[entomological data obtained through the development of the program to eradicate the aedes aegypti of the republic of mexico]. 19675613730
training aspects of the united states sponsored aedes aegypti and malaria eradication programs. 19675617553
the susceptibility to insecticides of populations of aedes aegypti from queensland, australia. 19675634135
some effects of orally administered ruelene on host sheep and two ectoparasites: the yellow-fever mosquito and the rocky mountain wood tick. 19685636843
response of the yellow-fever mosquito to varying areas of human skin. 19685642122
aedes aegypti eradication in a developed country. the programme in the usa. 19685651904
the influence of chicken serum proteins on the infection of aedes aegypti with plasmodium gallinaceum. 19685652700
toxicity, pick-up and metabolism of p,p'-ddt and related compounds in culex pipiens fatigans and aedes aegypti. 19685666035
dual infections of aedes aegypti with arboviruses. i. arboviruses that have no apparent cytopathic effect in the mosquito. 19685672793
dual infections of aedes aegypti with arboviruses. ii. salivary-gland damage by semliki forest virus in relation to dual infections. 19685672794
recovery of dengue type 3 virus from human serum and aedes aegypti in south india. 19685680412
host preferences and discrimination by the mosquitoes aedes aegypti and culex tarsali (diptera: culicidae). 19685699962
artificial breeding places for the study of aedes aegypti breeding in a south indian town. 19685701276
[reinfestation of brasil by aedes aegypti. considerations on the threat of urbanization of jungle yellow fever virus in the reinfested region]. 19685705657
[reinfestation with aedes aegypti]. 19685725382
[program of control of aedes aegypti in mexico]. 19685741446
gross variations in the response to man among yellow-fever mosquito populations in the laboratory. 19695763289
growth of venezuelan, and eastern, equine encephalomyelitis viruses in tissue cultures of minced aedes aegypti larvae. 19695764190
presence of sindbis virus in anal discharge of infected aedes aegypti. 19695768775
behaviour of large and small plaque variants of sindbis and western equine encephalitis viruses in aedes aegypti. 19695784582
the nutrition of developing larvae of brugia pahangi and b. malayi in aedes aegypti. 19695789095
the 1964 status of aedes aegypti eradication and yellow fever in the americas. 19655840642
distribution of aedes aegypti infestations in the united states. 19655840643
1964 progress report of the aedes aegypti eradication program. 19655840644
considerations for retention of aedes aegypti colonies in the united states. 19655840646
attempts to transmit reovirus type 3 by the bite of aedes (stegomyia) aegypti linnaeus. 19655861302
the current status of the aedes aegypti eradication program in the united states and 1964 summary of mosquito-borne encephalitides in the united states. 19655896171
cytopathic effect of semliki forest virus in the mosquito aedes aegypti. 19665917634
studies on the growth and transmission of two viruses of the bunyamwera group in aedes aegypti linn. 19665919623
some properties of oral secretion from aedes aegypti (l.). 19665925484
passive transfer between experimental animals of hypersensitivity to aedes aegypti bites. 19665925485
dual infections of aedes aegypti l. with plasmodium gallinaceum brumpt and west nile virus. 19665944664
growth of aedes aegypti embryonic cells and tissues in vitro. 19665968635
[resistance to insecticides in aedes aegypti l. and aedes albopictus in phnom-penh (cambodia)]. 19665976658
susceptibility of aedes aegypti, lagos strain, to infection with wuchereria bancrofti. 19665981453
[yellow fever in mexico. eradication of aedes aegypti]. 19666002481
the transformation of the plasmodium gallinaceum oocyst in aedes aegypti mosquitoes.sporoblast and sporozoite formation from oocysts of the avian malarial parasite, plasmodium gallinaceum, after the seventh day of infection in aedes aegypti mosquitoes offers an interesting example of differentiation involving the appearance and modification of several cellular components. sporoblast formation is preceded by (a) invaginations of the oocyst capsule into the oocyst cytoplasm, (b) subcapsular vacuolization and cleft formation, (c) the appearance of small tufts of capsule material o ...19676033538
measurement of aedes aegypti populations. 19676042077
aedes aegypti eradication program of the united states--progress report 1965. 19676066906
status of aedes aegypti in the eastern mediterranean. 19676074036
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