Rhodnius prolixus


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Rhodnius prolixus

a reduvid bug, an important cause of South American trypanosomiasis.

Rhod·ni·us pro·lix·us

(rod'nē-ŭs prō-liks'ŭs)
A reduviid bug, an important vector of South American trypanosomiasis.

Rhodnius prolixus

(rod'ne-us pro-lik'sus)
The bloodsucking insect of the family Reduviidae that transmits Chagas disease to humans.
See: trypanosomiasis

Rhodnius prolixus

a triatomine bug, vector of trypanosomiasis. Member of the insect family Reduviidae of assassin or kissing bugs.
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Various studies have reported at least two UCP--UCP4 and UCP5--in the mitochondria of invertebrates, including parasites such as the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans (UCP4), insects such as the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster (UCP4), the blood sucking insect Rhodnius prolixus (UCP4), and the cockroach Gromphadorhina cocquereliana.
Effect of Aqueous and Oil-based Formulations of 13 Native Isolates of Beauveria bassiana (Ascomycota) on Rhodnius prolixus (Triatominae) under Experimental Conditions
From 2002-2010, we isolated the uncharacterized clones from humans; triatomine vectors (Panstrongylus geniculatus, Rhodnius prolixus, and Triatoma venosa insects); and sylvatic mammalian hosts (Dasypus spp.
On a broader level, a novel class of aquaporins variously referred to as Rhodnius prolixus integral protein-like channels (RPIPs), Lygus hesperus integral protein-like channels (LHIPs), or AQP4/5 clade C channels (Drake et al.
Dentro de estas ultimas, hemos hallado recientemente los extremos de tolerancia termica (Temperaturas criticas maximas (TCmax) y minimas (TCmin)) de las dos especies mas importantes en la epidemiologia de la enfermedad de Chagas, Triatoma infestans y Rhodnius prolixus, las cuales poseen una distribucion geografica muy diferente (de la Vega et al.
Fumigant insecticidal activity and repellent effect of five essential oils and seven monoterpenes on first-instar nymphs of Rhodnius prolixus.
These reports included research on Ostrinia nubilalis and Rhodnius prolixus (Skopik & Takeda 1980; Ampleford & Davey 1989).
bassiana, redujo la supervivencia del vector de la enfermedad de Chagas Rhodnius prolixus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae), en especial, las ninfas del quinto instar.
Changes associated with laboratory rearing in antennal sensilla patterns of Triatoma infestans, Rhodnius prolixus, and Rhodnius pallescens (Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Triatominae).
on fourth instar nymphs of Rhodnius prolixus Stal 1859 and Rhodnius pallescens Barber 1932.