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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1988; Volume 66, Number 6, Year 1988 66 (6), Pages 759-762: Detection of All Human Plasmodium Species by a Telomeric DNA Fragment Cloned from Plasmodium Berghei

By T. Pace

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Title: Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1988; Volume 66, Number 6, Year 1988 66 (6), Pages 759-762: Detection of All Human Plasmodium Species by a Telomeric DNA Fragment Cloned from Plasmodium Berghei  
Author: T. Pace
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Publisher: World Health Organization

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The most critical needs in chemical control investigations on Aecles aegypti are: (a) knowledge of the habits of the species under field conditions; and (6) field evaluation of chemical measures. On the surface, it would seem that the significance of this species in disease transmission would have motivated scientists to compile a complete dossier on its behaviour and habits. Unfortunately, scientitic zeal for the suitability of this insect as a laboratory tool has far overshadowed the meagre efforts espended on field investigations. To develop effective tools or methods, one must have information on the conditions under which these techniques are to operate or be applied. Chemical measures are extremely sensitive in this respect, since compounds that are quite toxic to an insect may prove ineffective because of the ecology of the species. With A. aegypfi, little or no information is available on these important subjects: (a) egg viability under different natural conditions, (b) types of breeding-sites and relative significance of each in a control area, (c) time-period that adults remain in the vicinity of their breeding-habitat, and (d) resting habits and survival of adults under natural conditions.

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