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Cyclopoid copepods and mosquito larvae were surveyed in southwestern Louisiana rice fields. Almost every rice field had a natural population of Mesocyclops ruttneri, Acanthocylops vernalis, or Macrocyclops albidus. Judging from the abundance of pupae, 29% of the fields were responsible for virtually all Anopheles quadrimaculatus production, apparently(More)
Natural populations of three larvivorous copepod species live in residential roadside ditches in Louisiana: Macrocyclops albidus, Acanthocyclops vernalis, and Megacyclops latipes. Macrocyclops is most common and killed an average of 27 first-instar Culex quinquefasciatus larvae/copepod/day in the laboratory. Although severe pollution from septic tank(More)
  • Thi-Giang Le, Minh-Tuan Dau, +5 authors M Nguyen
  • 2012
Structural and magnetic characterizations have been combined to investigate the growth kinetics of Ge1−xMnx diluted magnetic semiconductors (DMSs) on Ge(001) substrates by means of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). We have identified the growth process window allowing stabilization of a high Curie temperature (TC) nanocolumn phase and provide evidence that the(More)
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