Tsetse genetics: contributions to biology, systematics, and control of tsetse flies.

@article{Gooding2005TsetseGC,
  title={Tsetse genetics: contributions to biology, systematics, and control of tsetse flies.},
  author={R. H. Gooding and E. Krafsur},
  journal={Annual review of entomology},
  year={2005},
  volume={50},
  pages={
          101-23
        }
}
Tsetse flies (Diptera: Glossinidae) constitute a small, ancient taxon of exclusively hematophagous insects that reproduce slowly and viviparously. Because tsetse flies are the only vectors of pathogenic African trypanosomes, they are a potent and constant threat to humans and livestock over much of sub-Saharan Africa. Despite their low fecundity, tsetse flies demonstrate great resilience, which makes population suppression expensive, transient, and beyond the capacities of private and public… Expand
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