Locomotor activity in males of Aedes aegypti can shift in response to females’ presence

@inproceedings{Araripe2018LocomotorAI,
  title={Locomotor activity in males of Aedes aegypti can shift in response to females’ presence},
  author={Luciana Ordunha Araripe and J{\'e}ssica Rodrigues Assunç{\~a}o Bezerra and Gustavo Bueno da Silva Rivas and Rafaela Vieira Bruno},
  booktitle={Parasites & vectors},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND The study of physiological and behavioral traits of mosquito vectors has been of growing relevance for the proposition of alternative methods for controlling vector-borne diseases. Despite this, most studies focus on the female's traits, including the behavior of host seeking, the physiology of disease transmission and the site-choice for… CONTINUE READING