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Senior Vice President and Head of Intrexon's Health Sector commented, "The Aedes aegypti mosquito represents a dramatic and ever-increasing challenge to public health and economies of nations, due to its capacity to transmit a growing list of devastating diseases across an expanding global footprint.
Step 4: The use of adult mosquito traps to further suppress the Aedes mosquito life cycle
Genetic analysis of invasive Aedes albopictus populations in Los Angeles County, California and its potential public health impact.
1) during that time period maximum containers showed immature breeding of the Aedes mosquito vectors (Fig.
Ecological factors influencing Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) productivity in artificial containers in Salinas, Puerto Rico.
The known vector of chikungunya in Chennai is the female Aedes aegypti, which is also responsible for transmission of dengue.
It says on its website that it has regulatory approvals for import and contained testing of its strain of Aedes aegypti mosquitos in Brazil, Cayman Islands, France, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam, and that ''contained trials have been completed in Malaysia.
2:15 PATTERNS OF OVIPOSITION FOR CULEX MOSQUITOES IN RESPONSE TO AEDES ALBOPICTUS LARVAE
I describe here an application of a video technique used to study the behavioural time budgets of the larvae of three mosquito species, namely Aedes albopictus, Culex pipiens and Anopheles stephensi.
THE EFFICACY OF SELECTED OVER-THE-COUNTER CHEMICAL REPELLENTS AGAINST AEDES AEGYPTI IN HUMAN VOLUNTEER LABORATORY ASSAYS.
According to a recent report by Renata Fontura in the Fiocruz Bureau of News, a study has shown that bromeliads do not play a sigificant role in the life-cycle of Aedes aegypti, the mosquitoes that transmits the virus of dengue fever.