Anopheles arabiensis

Anopheles arabiensis

a species that is a principal vector of malaria in arid or montane areas across sub-Saharan Africa to Kenya and the Sudan.
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Ammonium sulphate fertilizer increases larval populations of Anopheles arabiensis and culicine mosquitoes in rice fields.
The Anopheles arabiensis mosquito larvae were collected from breeding sites in Mariste, Dakar.
Evaluation on larvicidal effects of essential oils of some local plants against Anopheles arabiensis Patton and Aedes aegypti Linnaeus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Ethiopia.
Laboratory evaluation of traditionally used plant-based insect repellent against the malaria vector Anopheles arabiensis Patton (Diptera: Culicidae).
Dimopoulos and his colleagues isolated bacteria from the midgut of wild Anopheles arabiensis mosquitoes collected in Zambia, then fed the bacteria to specimens of the main malaria-transmitting mosquitoes in Africa (An.
A grid-based infrastructure for ecological forecasting of rice land Anopheles arabiensis aquatic larval habitats.
The WHO further stated that currently the main concern of the National Malaria Control Program in Egypt "is to prevent the proliferation of Anopheles arabiensis mosquitoes [which are the main cause for Malaria] from entering Egyptian territory from Sudan along the shores of Lake Nasser.
Pyrethroid resistance in a major African malaria vector Anopheles arabiensis from Mamfene, northern KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Anopheles arabiensis larvae were significantly correlated with elevation, aquatic vegetation, habitat permanence, water current and distance to the nearest house.
in Ethiopia (ANVR 2005), and there are signs of DDT resistance in Anopheles arabiensis, another key vector, from Uganda, Cameroon, Sudan, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
Status of insecticide susceptibility in Anopheles arabiensis from Mwea rice irrigation scheme, Central Kenya.
Species treated in this volume include desert locust, mountain pine beetle, tsetse flies, cactus moth, false codling moth, Anopheles arabiensis, rice stem borers, cotton pests, New World screwworm, red palm weevil, fire ant, tarnished plant bug, Aedes albopictus, oriental fruit fly, Mediterranean fruit fly, boll weevil, cotton bollworm, pink bollworm, codling moth, painted apple moth, and Formosan subterranean termite.