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The Sterile-Male Technique for Control of Mosquitos: A Field Cage Study with Anopheles Quadrimaculatus
A possible strategy is the use of the 'Sterile-Male-Release'-technique ... method to eradicate or control large population of invasive exotic species. ... ... Reduction in mating competitiveness of ... read more
The Most Influential Parasite in History
By 1951, malaria had been eliminated from the U.S. According to Arguin, the elimination was the result of a number ... as much as 40 percent of the population carries at least one HbS gene. A ... read more
Vector biology meets disease control: using basic research to fight vector-borne diseases
Human pathogens that are transmitted by insects are a global problem, particularly those vectored by mosquitoes; for example, malaria parasites transmitted by Anopheles species, and viruses such as ... read more
Kill All the Mosquitoes?!
Their approach, called “sterile insect technique,” involved breeding and hatching millions of flies, sterilizing the males ... suppression of the wild population” in five studies that covered ... read more
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
1970; Geevarghese et al. , 1977; Phuanukoonnon et al. , 2005 ). Local elimination of dengue vectors was achieved on the Cayman Islands, in Guyana and in parts of Bangkok ( De Caires, 1947; Nathan & ... read more
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Controlling vector-borne diseases by releasing modified mosquitoes
Here, we review novel mosquito population reduction and population modification approaches with a focus on control methods based on the release of mosquitoes, including the release of ... read more
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