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any mosquito of the genus Anopheles

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In view of these findings, we conducted an entomologic and parasitologic survey in selected islands of Nicobar district to identify the role of anophelines in the transmission of P.
Relative abundance of adult female anopheline mosquitoes in Ugah, Nasarawa State, Nigeria.
However, the development of Wolbachia-based antimalarial strategies has been impeded by the lack of stable Wolbachia infections in natural anopheline populations, as well as the failure to establish stable inherited transinfections in anopheline mosquitoes.
Gebre-Michael, "Environmental factors associated with larval habitats of anopheline mosquitoes (diptera: Culicidae) in irrigation and major drainage areas in the middle course of the rift valley, central ethiopia," Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, vol.
(22) showed that the treating rice fields close to the landward edge of the floodplains with larvicides would help to reduce transmission levels because demonstrates the human-made changes are exploited by anopheline mosquitoes resulting in increased malaria transmission.
When the infected anopheline mosquito infects humans, it inoculates the sporozoite form of the parasite.
In the absence of the nuisance of mosquitoes biting, people tend to cease using bed nets because of an erroneous assumption that very low anopheline populations would not pose a significant risk of malaria (Pulford et al.
(5.) Conn JE, Mitchell SE, Cockburn AF (1997) Mitochondrial DNA variation within and between two species of neotropical anopheline mosquitoes (Diptera:Culicidae).
(10) Foreseeing the need for a compatible parasite-vector pair on which to base the malaria challenge, WRAIR entomologists exposed various anopheline species to multiple P falciparum parasite lines, both lab-adapted and patient-derived, to assay for successful mosquito infection.
In Pakistan about 24 Anopheline species are reported among which Anophele sculicifacies and Anopheles Stephensi are confirmed vectors for malarial transmission [8].
Knowledge of the bioecological aspects of anopheline larvae is limited primarily to the characterization of their habitats.
Anopheline systematics has reached its zenith in classical morphology some years ago and is now dominated by molecular genetics research (Harbach 2004).
(2003) has preliminarily tested it against some culicine and anopheline mosquito showing promising effects.