Describing variations in wing shapes of Anopheles flavirostris detected positive and negative of filaria using relative warp and Euclidean distance matrix analysis

@inproceedings{Sendaydiego2015DescribingVI,
  title={Describing variations in wing shapes of Anopheles flavirostris detected positive and negative of filaria using relative warp and Euclidean distance matrix analysis},
  author={Judy P. Sendaydiego and Cesar G. Demayo},
  year={2015}
}
Geometric morphometrics such as relative warp (RW) analysis has been increasingly used in assessing medically important mosquito species. It is used as a tool for quantifying phenotypic variation among populations. In this study however, relative warp (RW) and Euclidean Distance Matrix analysis (EDMA) were both used to describe intraspecific variation among Anopheles flavirostris that were detected positive and negative of filaria. Relative warp analysis generated five significant relative… CONTINUE READING

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