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Spatial Dispersion of Adult Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in a Sylvatic Focus of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus
- W. Méndez, J. Liria, +5 authors R. Barrera
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of medical entomology
- 1 November 2001
Study of the spatial localization of mosquitoes in a sylvatic focus of Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus in western Venezuela to identify mosquito species potentially involved in the hypothesized transport of viruses out of enzootic foci suggests any virus export from the forest may occur at night. Expand
A multi-institutional approach to create fruit fly-low prevalence and fly-free areas in Central America.
Confirmation of the presence of the Citrus leprosis virus C (CiLV-C) in Southern Mexico
Transmission tests with Brevipalpus mites confirmed their role as leprosis vectors to sweet orange but not to lemon, Volkamerian lemon, C35 citrange and Carrizo citrange, and confirm the presence of CiLV-C in Tabasco, Mexico and that the citrus leprotic disease found in Chiapas was caused by Ci LVC. Expand
LEAFLET ANATOMY OF ZAMIA DISODON D.W. STEV. & SABATO AND Z. RESTREPOI (D.W. STEV.) A. LINDSTR.
It is found that both Zamia disodon and Z. restrepoi share several unusual traits with each other and with other species of the genus, such as the parenchyma morphology, the distribution of tissues between the veins and the stomata morphology. Expand
Comparative anatomy of leaflets of Zamia acuminata and Z. pseudomonticola (Zamiaceae) in Costa Rica
It is found that both Zamia acuminata and Z. fairchildiana are very similar to each other and to Z. pseudomonticola, and that they share several unusual traits with other species of the genus, such as the parenchyma morphology, the spatial distribution of tissues between the veins and the stomata morphology. Expand
Descriptive analysis of the factors affecting population fluctuation of the Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata, Wied.) in coffee areas located in Guatemala and its implications in IPM…
Phenology, production and starch content of mango trees in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
The objective of this work was to determine the seasonal variation of the starch content of mango trees and its relationships to phenology and fruit production and to study trees of Tommy Atkins and Keitt varieties. Expand