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Studies on the behaviour of anopheles minimus

R. C. Muirhead-Thomson

Studies on the behaviour of anopheles minimus

by R. C. Muirhead-Thomson

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Published in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anopheles.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprinted from Journal of the Malaria Institute of India, 2 and 3 Septemeber 1940.

    Other titlesJournal of the Malaria Institute of India.
    Statementby R.C. Muirhead Thomson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21870986M

      Mosquito eggs laid within two hours are necessary for transgenic (injection) studies, because mosquito eggs become hard after that period. Thus, in order to have eggs available within this two-hour window, it is important to understand the ovipositional behavior of Anopheles gambiae the present study, the ovipositional behavior of An. gambiae s.s. (Kisumu) was investigated in Author: Jeffrey Agyapong, Joseph Chabi, Aikins Ablorde, Worlasi D. Kartey, Joseph H.N. Osei, Dziedzom K. de. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Summary background The Minimus Complex of Anopheles subgenus Cellia is composed of two sibling species, A and C, on the Southeast Asian mainland, and a third allopatric species E that occurs in the Ryukyu Archipelago (Japan), a malaria-free region. Anopheles minimus s.l. is considered to be one of the main malaria.

    Chapter 2: Anopheles Laboratory Biology and Culture Behavior and Physiology of Anophelines in the Laboratory Infections in Mosquito Cultures PCR to Detect Microsporidian Infections in Laboratory Colonies PCR to Detect Fungal Infections in Laboratory Colonies Modifying Fecundity, Longevity and Size Anopheles Culture. Anopheles (/ ə ˈ n ɒ f ɪ l iː z /) is a genus of mosquito first described and named by J. W. Meigen in About species are recognised; while over can transmit human malaria, only 30–40 commonly transmit parasites of the genus Plasmodium, which cause malaria in humans in endemic areas. Anopheles gambiae is one of the best known, because of its predominant role in the Class: Insecta.

      Anopheles minimus is an efficient mosquito vector of importance for its high anthropophilic behavior and high Plasmodium infectivity rates defining this species as a major malaria vector in Asia. In northeastern states of India, its populations are presently once again diminishing perhaps retracted from the human habitation to outdoors, but the Cited by: 9. Using an allele-specific multiplex molecular identification assay, the Minimus Subgroup consisted of Anopheles minimus (%), and Anopheles harrisoni (%) and 2 genetically-related species.


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Studies on the behaviour of anopheles minimus by R. C. Muirhead-Thomson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Studies on the Behaviour of Anopheles minimus. Part I. The Selection of the Breeding Place and the Influence of Light and Shade. Author(s): Thomson, R. by: Studies on the Behaviour of Anopheles minimus. Part IV. The Composition of the Water and the Influence of organic Pollution and Silt.

Author(s): Thomson, R. by: 5. Studies on the Behaviour of Anopheles minimus. Part IV. The Composition of the Water and the Influence of Organic Pollution and Silt. Author(s): Thomson, R. MuirheadCited by: 5. Studies on the Behaviour of Anopheles minimus. Part VIII. The Naturalistic Control of A.

minimus in Shallow Earth Wells. Author(s): Thomson, R. MuirheadAuthor: R. Muirhead Thomson. Studies on the Behaviour of Anopheles minimus. Part V. The Behaviour of Adults in Relation to Feeding and Resting in Houses.

Author(s): Thomson, R. by: 5. Anopheles minimus Theobald was studied in four villages that had experienced differing levels of DDT application during malaria control operations in the foothills of northern Thailand.

During times of high population level, the behaviour of the mosquito was assessed with respect to man-biting indoors and outdoors and feeding from domestic by: The adult behaviour of Anopheles minimus s.l.

is reported as highly diverse for two main reasons: (1) most studies do not differentiate An. minimus and An. harrisoni and (2) these two species are highly opportunistic in their habits, exhibiting considerable behavioural and ecological plasticity.

Anopheles minimus: Its bionomics and role in the transmission of malaria in Assam, India Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the World Health Organisation 74(1) February with 71 ReadsAuthor: Vas Dev.

Anopheles minimus complex was the most commonly captured species throughout the study, regardless of collection method and locations, comprising % of the total anopheline species collected. Among those in the complex, % were identified as An.

minimus with no evidence of An. harrisoni presence at any time during the by: In this study, a total of 16, Anopheles mosquitoes were collected from human and cattle baits ().All specimens collected included 16 species in the subgenus Cellia represent specimens, and specimens within the subgenus Anopheles ().Ten molecularly-identified species of putative malaria vectors, included three species of the Minimus Complex and closely related species (An Cited by: 2.

Background & objectives: Anopheles minimus has recently been reported to have re-appeared in Keonjhar district of Orissa after a period of about 45 years of launching the malaria eradication minimus and An.

fluviatilis were the incriminated major malaria vectors in the district, endemic for falciparum malaria. The information on seasonal prevalence and resting behaviour of the Cited by: About Anopheles minimus Range. The Anopheles minimus complex includes A. minumus sensu stricto (formerly A.

minimus A), which is located from northern India eastwards through Vietnam and northward across southern China, including Taiwan. Anopheles minumus sensu stricto is one of the main malaria vectors in the mainland of Southeast Asia.

Habitats. Larvae are generally found in small. Malaria is a serious health problem in the rural, forested, and hilly areas along the national borders of Thailand (Ketrangsee et al. ).One of the main malaria vectors in these areas is Anopheles minimus Theobald (Ismail et al.Ratanatham et al.

).For years, treating houses with DDT was the general method of malaria control in Thailand (Ministry of Public Health ).Cited by:   Results. In total, female anopheline mosquitoes representing 21 species were collected from the study area. Anopheles vagus Doenitz (%) was the dominant species followed by An.

philippinensis Ludlow (%) and An. minimus s.l. Theobald (%).All species were collected by LTs set indoors (n = ), 19 species were from outdoors (n = ), whereas, six by PS (n = ) Cited by: Anopheles is a genus of mosquitoes (Culicidae).

Of about recognised species, over can transmit human malaria, but only 30–40 commonly transmit parasites of the genus Plasmodium that cause malaria, which affects humans in endemic areas.

Anopheles gambiae is one of the best known, because of its predominant role in the transmission of the deadly species Plasmodium falciparumClass: Insecta. Studies on the Behaviour of Adult Australasian Anophelines - Volume 39 Issue 1 - F. Roberts, P. O'SullivanCited by: Although there are high indigenous malaria cases in this area every year, nothing about malaria vectors and their transmission role have been investigated before this study.

The objective of this work is to characterize the Anopheles species diversity and trophic behavior of malaria vectors in the transmission area of Umphang by: 2. vectors in Vietnam: Anopheles dirus and Anopheles minimus Nicholas J.

Martin 1, Vu S. Nam 2, Andrew A. Lover 3, Tran V. Phong 2, Tran C. Tu 2 and Ian H. Mendenhall 4*. Members of the Anopheles punctulatus group dominate Papua, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea (PNG), with a geographic range that extends south through Vanuatu.

farauti and An. punctulatus are the presumed major vectors in this region. Although this group of species has been extensively studied in PNG and the southern archipelagoes within their range, their distribution.

The effects of breeding habitat characteristics on the larval density of Anopheles minimus Theobald were studied in a perennial stream in the foothills of Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand. A number of studies have confirmed the role of CO 2 in the host-seeking behaviour of the highly anthropophilic Anopheles gambiae s.s.

Members of the An. gambiae complex are important malaria vectors in sub-Saharan Africa, but these species differ strongly in host-preference [ 5 ] which is assumed to be stimulated by the odour produced by the Cited by: Anopheles minimus, an important malaria vector of South East Asia, has reappeared in the Singhbum hills, East-Central India where deforestation and DDT residual spraying had reportedly eliminated it during the Malaria Eradication species reported has been identified as sibling species A of the An.

minimus minimus is susceptible to both deltamethrin and by: Free Online Library: Seasonal prevalence & resting behaviour of Anopheles minimus Theobald & An.

fluviatilis James (Diptera: Culicidae) in east-central India.(Report) by "Indian Journal of Medical Research"; Health, general Biological sciences Animal behavior Anophelinae Behavior Malaria Risk factors Mosquito control Mosquitoes Control Prevalence studies (Epidemiology).