Numerical modeling of mosquito population dynamics of Aedes aegypti

@article{Yamashita2018NumericalMO,
  title={Numerical modeling of mosquito population dynamics of Aedes aegypti},
  author={W. M. S. Yamashita and S. Das and G. Chapiro},
  journal={Parasites & Vectors},
  year={2018},
  volume={11}
}
BackgroundThe global incidences of dengue virus have increased the interest in studying and understanding the mosquito population dynamics. It is predominantly spread by Aedes aegypti in the tropical and sub-tropical countries in the world. Understanding these dynamics is important for public health in countries where climatic and environmental conditions are favorable for the propagation of these diseases. For this reason, a new model has been proposed to investigate the population dynamics of… Expand
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