anopheline

NOUN
  1. any mosquito of the genus Anopheles
ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or characteristic of malaria mosquitoes
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  • OW 1885 OW pteropine bat 1844 O zebrine zebra OW Insects account for six more such terms: acarine mite 1828 OW formicine ant 1885 anopheline mosquito OW VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 1
  • Anopheline mosquitoes, like Drosophila, are renowned for the presence of polytene chromosomes and chromosomal inversions.
  • The reduction in entry rates of anopheline and culicine mosquitoes into the rooms with treated nets compared to control indicated good efficacy with all the formulations and doses of the insecticides.
  • Intriguingly, the bias observed here was restricted to culicines, suggesting that loss from these taxa occurs at a higher rate than from anophelines, despite the fact that culicine genomes are up to eight times larger.
  • An evolutionary view of the interactions between anopheline mosquitoes and malaria parasites. Parasite Rex
  • This proved to be an economical method of malaria control: by identifying the most important vector and the subsequent study of its biology and ecology, malaria control had been achieved without having to eliminate all anopheline species present. Chapter 7
  • Both culicine and anopheline mosquitoes can now be transformed, and genetic constructs that block the development of malaria parasites in transformed mosquitoes have been produced.
  • These compete with the resistant parasites for red cells and increase the possibility of outbreeding of multigenic-resistance mechanisms or competition in the feeding anopheline mosquito. Behe Responds
  • Anopheline vectors of malaria as a general rule prefer clean water, while the culicine vectors of filariasis breed in organically polluted water. 1. Target audience, objectives, scope and structure
  • Malaria perpetuates in 39 major anopheline species, including some that breed in water contained in footprints, and others in the axils of pineapple-like plants, in eddies at the margins of mountain streams, and in placid ponds.
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