Transovarial transmission of dengue--2 virus by Aedes aegypti
Oviposition site selection by the dengue vector Aedes aegypti
and its implications for dengue control.
Presencia de Aedes aegypti
(Diptera: Culicidae) en Tucuman, Argentina.
119 LCL: 95% of Lower Confidence Limit; UCL: 95% of Upper Confidence Limit; Table 2: Larval and pupal toxicity effect of Clerodendrone inerme against on dengue vector, Aedes aegypti
Larval % of mortality and Concentration (ppm) pupal [LC.
The study was undertaken during December 2005 to November 2006 in the laboratory and in field conditions of the respective habitats of Anopheles spp and Aedes aegypti
as per guidelines prescribed in 'Protocols for uniform evaluation of insecticides for use in vector control' (8) with some modifications.
They warned, for example, that population suppression of Aedes aegypti
could lead to a closely related and disease-transmitting mosquito species, Aedes albopictus, filling the vacated niche and continuing to cause, or even worsen, the dengue problem, or transmission of other serious diseases.
Laboratory testing of a lethal ovitrap for Aedes aegypti
These results suggest that chikungunya transmission occurred in Chennai while Aedes aegypti
density was not unusually high and when no concomitant dengue outbreak was reported.
In 2007, scientists announced the completion of the full genome sequence of Aedes aegypti
, the mosquito that transmits dengue and yellow fever.
The initiative in Brazil will produce large quantities of genetically modified male Aedes aegypti
mosquitoes, which will be released into nature to mate with females, the health ministry said.
Oxitec's Self-Limiting Approach Targets Aedes aegypti
Mosquito Responsible for Virus Epidemic
Zica is transmitted by the Aedes aegypti
mosquito also known to carry the yellow fever, dengue, chikungunya viruses.