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Studies on the life budget of Aedes aegypti in Wat Samphaya, Bangkok, Thailand.
For a complete understanding of the epidemiology of a vector-borne disease, a knowledge of the bionomics of the vector is needed. The development of Aedes aegypti was studied in Wat Samphaya,Expand
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A study of biting habits of Aedes aegypti in Bangkok, Thailand.
  • M. Yasuno, R. Tonn
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Bulletin of the World Health Organization
  • 1970
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Field studies on the gonotrophic cycle of Aedes aegypti in Bangkok, Thailand.
The gonotrophic cycle of Aedes aegypti, the principal vector of dengue hemorrhagic fever, was studied during the wet, cool-dry, and hot seasons in Bangkok using a technique of release and recaptureExpand
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Zooplankton community structure driven by vertebrate and invertebrate predators
SummaryA zooplankton community was established in outdoor experimental ponds, into which a vertebrate predator (topmouth gudgeon: Pseudorasbora parva) and/or an invertebrate predator (phantom midgeExpand
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Migration patterns of Culexfatigans around Delhi, India*
Under rural conditions Culex fatigans breeds in wells located in fields surround- ing the villages. The migration of mosquitos from the wells to the village was determined by releasing markedExpand
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Effects of a carbamate insecticide, carbaryl, on the summer phyto- and zooplankton communities in ponds.
A carbamate insecticide, carbaryl (1-naphthyl-N-methylcarbamate), was applied in concrete ponds and the effects on plankton communities were studied. In a control pond, Cladocera declined followingExpand
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A method for assessing chronic effects of toxic substances on the midge,Paratanytarsus parthenogeneticus—Effects of copper
A method was developed for the assessment of the chronic effects of copper on midge larva. Growth and reproduction of the midge was related to copper concentrations greater than 0.08 mg/L; 50%Expand
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Influence of persistence period of an insecticide on recovery patterns of a zooplankton community in experimental ponds.
An insecticide, carbaryl, was applied singly or repeatedly to experimental ponds in order to control the residue of the chemical, and the subsequent changes in the zooplankton community wereExpand
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