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Speciation by cytoplasmic isolation in the Culex pipiens-complex.
  • H. Laven
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative…
  • 1959
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A possible model for speciation by cytoplasmic isolation in the Culex pipiens complex.
  • H. Laven
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Bulletin of the World Health Organization
  • 1967
Evidence so far available indicates that in the Culex pipiens complex there exists a genetic system with unique properties not comparable with those of the chromosomal gene system and probablyExpand
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CROSSING EXPERIMENTS WITH CULEX STRAINS
In medical entomology the Culicidae are in a dominant position because the carriers of the most frequent and feared tropical diseases (malaria, yellow fever, etc.) belong to this group. In accordanceExpand
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Genetic control of insects of public health importance.
During recent years many advances have been made in the development of insect control by genetic manipulation. These methods include the sterile-male technique, now well known, which depends onExpand
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Eradication of Culex pipiens fatigans through Cytoplasmic Incompatibility
  • H. Laven
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 1 October 1967
Culex pipiens fatigans is the chief vector of filariasis in south-east Asia. Urbanization has often caused the numbers of this mosquito—and with it the danger of filariasis infection—to increaseExpand
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SEMISTERILITY FOR INSECT CONTROL.
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Meiosis in translocation heterozygotes in the mosquito Culex pipiens
Adult Culex pipiens males irradiated with both X-rays and neutrons were crossed to untreated females and F1-egg rafts were checked for dominant lethality. F1-progenies were outcrossed with normalExpand
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Eradicating Mosquitoes using Translocations
  • H. Laven
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 8 March 1969
CHROMOSOMAL translocations have been suggested1,2 as useful mechanisms for genetic control: translocation heterozygotes produce fewer offspring because some of their gametes do not receive a fullExpand
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Cytoplasmic Inheritance in Culex
FROM an analysis of non-reciprocal fertility in Aëdes scutellaris, Smith-White and Woodhill1 drew the conclusion that this phenomenon must be due either to anomalous meiosis in the course ofExpand
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Eradicating Mosquitoes using Translocations: a First Field Experiment
THEORETICAL considerations have led to the assumption that chromosomal translocations with ensuing semisterility could be used to control pests1–3. Inversions could have the same effect in animalsExpand
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