culicine


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culicine

(ˈkjuːlɪˌsaɪn)
n
(Zoology) another word for culex
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The larvae habitat features, like its permanent or temporary nature, artificial or natural, basic type, substrate type and vegetation, anopheline and culicine larval presence and density, were noted.
Effectiveness of transfluthrin-impregnated insecticide (paper rambo) and mechanical screening against culicine and anopheline mosquito vectors in Kumbotso, Kano, Nigeria.
2,3) It is a mosquito borne disease transmitted by Culicine mosquitoes, most notably by Culex tritaeniorhynchus & Culex vishnui and occasionally caused by Culexgelidus, Culex fuscocephala, Culex annulus and Culex annulirostris.
Culicine mosquitoes (eg, Aedes species, Culex species) are the intermediate hosts for Plasmodium and transmit the organisms to the avian definitive hosts.
Densities of Anopheles and culicine mosquitoes and the number of malaria cases were analyzed to serve as the entomological and epidemiological indicators of change during the projects' implementation period.
Fine structure of antennal sensilla coeloconica of culicine mosquitoes.
2003) has preliminarily tested it against some culicine and anopheline mosquito showing promising effects.
This starts with recognition of characters that separate Anopheles mosquitoes from other culicine mosquitoes and then 'fine-tuning' the process to identify species within the genus Anopheles so as to group mosquitoes into possible vectors and non-vectors.
Abstract: The study of culicine mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in Colombia, has been limited even though this subfamily is important in public health.
Illustrated Keys to the Adult Culicine Mosquitoes of America North of Mexico.