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Larval susceptibility of Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus populations to chemical insecticides
(Revista De Saude PublicaSao PauloBrasil, 2003)
Larval susceptibility to chemical insecticides of two Aedes aegypti populations
(Revista De Saude PublicaSao PauloBrasil, 2001)
Standardization of bioassays for monitoring resistance to insecticides in Aedes aegypti
Since the reintroduction of Aedes aegypti in Brazil in the 1980s, insecticide use for its control is routine. The chemical control efficacy is threatened by vectors developing resistance to insecticides. The World Health ...
Impact of insecticide resistance on the field control of Aedes aegypti in the State of São Paulo
(Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical - SBMT, 2014-10-01)
Introduction The need to control dengue transmission by means of insecticides has led to the development of resistance to most of the products used worldwide against mosquitoes. In the State of São Paulo, the Superintendência ...
Tobacco budworm resistance to pyrethroids: resistance spectra, synergists, and substitute insecticides.
(In: BELTWIDE COTTON PRODUCTION AND RESEARCH CONFERENCES, 1988, New Orleans. Proceedings. Memphis: National Cotton Council of America / The Cotton Foundation, [1988?]. p.349-352, 1988)
Insecticide resistance in vector Chagas disease: Evolution, mechanisms and management
(Elsevier Science, 2015-09)
Chagas disease is a chronic parasitic infection restricted to America. The disease is caused by the protozoa Trypanosoma cruzi, which is transmitted to human through the feces of infected triatomine insects. Because no ...
Evolution of insecticide resistance in non-target black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) from Argentina
(Ministério da Saúde. Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, 2012-06)
Black flies, a non-target species of the insecticides used in fruit production, represent a severe medical and veterinary problem. Large increases in the level of resistance to the pyrethroids fenvalerate (more than 355-fold) ...
Microgeographical study of insecticide resistance in Triatoma infestans from Argentina
(Elsevier Science, 2013-08)
Chagas disease is a chronic parasitic infection restricted to America where it is currently estimated that 90 million people are at risk of acquiring the infection. Chemical control with pyrethroid insecticides has been ...