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Perspicuous assessments of taxonomic boundaries and discovery of cryptic taxa are of paramount importance in interpreting ecological and evolutionary phenomena among black flies (Simuliidae) and combating associated vector-borne diseases. Simulium tani Takaoka & Davies is the largest and...

Author(s)
Van Lun Low; Takaoka, H.; Pramual, P.; Adler, P. H.; Zubaidah Ya'cob; Huang YaoTe; Xuan Da Pham; Rosli Ramli; Chen CheeDhang; Wannaket, A.; Mohd Sofian-Azirun
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Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 1, pp 20346
Abstract

Since 2010, a new variant of PEDV belonging to Genogroup 2 has been transmitting in China and further spreading to the Unites States and other Asian countries including Taiwan. In order to characterize in detail the temporal and geographic relationships among PEDV strains, the present study...

Author(s)
Sung MingHua; Deng MingChung; Chung YiHsuan; Huang YuLiang; Chang ChiaYi; Lan YuChing; Chou HsinLin; Chao DayYu
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 2015, 36, pp 108-115
Abstract

The results of laboratory studies on Aedes pseudalbopictus (from Taiwan), A. seatoi (from Thailand) and 6 strains of A. albopictus (from Malaysia, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia, Mauritius and Madagascar) were found to support the contention that selection for reinforcement of ethological isolation can ...

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McLain, D. K.; Rai, K. S.
Citation
Evolution, 1986, 40, 6, pp 1346-1350
Abstract

The incidence of puparial diapause was examined in B. peregrina, B. javanica, B. nathani, B. septentrionalis, B. karnyi, B. koimani, B. timorensis, B. formosensis and B. invaria collected from various localities in East Asia and Oceanian islands. Colonies of B. septentrionalis, B. nathani and B....

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Kurahashi, H.; Ohtaki, T.
Citation
Physiological Entomology, 1989, 14, 3, pp 291-298

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