Evolutionary studies of malaria vectors.

@article{Donnelly2002EvolutionarySO,
  title={Evolutionary studies of malaria vectors.},
  author={Martin James Donnelly and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Simard and Tovi Lehmann},
  journal={Trends in parasitology},
  year={2002},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={75-80}
}
The rationales given for studies of the population genetics of vectors are usually: (1) to predict the spread of genes, such as genes conferring insecticide resistance or possibly refractoriness to parasites and (2) to reveal novel insights into the epidemiology and transmission of vector-borne disease. The successful genetic transformation of mosquitoes has highlighted the need for a critical assessment of the rapidly accumulating body of data on the population genetics of malaria vectors… CONTINUE READING

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