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Investigations were carried out in 1992-93 in the villages of Buhari PHC, Surat District, Gujarat, India, to determine factors responsible for the high prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum. The area is characterized by sugarcane cultivation, industrialization and frequent movement of labourers. The...

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Srivastava, H. C.; Rajni Kant; Bhatt, R. M.; Sharma, S. K.; Sharma, V. P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1995, 32, 4, pp 140-152
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Identification of host blood meals collected on filter paper in the field from fully fed female anophelines was carried out by a microdot-ELISA; field-caught mosquito species were simultaneously identified (as Anopheles subpictus, A. culicifacies and A. annularis). The results indicated that the...

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Roy, A.; Ansari, M. A.; Sharma, V. P.
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Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 1991, 7, 1, pp 11-15
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Outdoor resting habits of mosquitoes were studied in Kheda district, Gujarat, India, by means of artificial pit shelters (PSs). Four PSs were constructed in each of 5 villages in the canal-irrigated part of the district. The outdoor-resting mosquitoes were collected from these pits in morning...

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Bhatt, R. M.; Sharma, R. C.; Yadav, R. S.; Sharma, V. P.
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Indian Journal of Malariology, 1989, 26, 2, pp 75-81
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Assay of bloodmeals from indoor-resting mosquitoes collected in 1985-87 from around Delhi and from many villages in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar showed that Anopheles culicifacies species A and B were both predominantly zoophagic. However, species A (the primary malaria vector where both species are...

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Joshi, H.; Vasantha, K.; Subbarao, S. K.; Sharma, V. P.
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Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 1988, 4, 3, pp 248-251
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A recent survey (June 1981-December 1983) in 2 riverine and 1 non-riverine villages near to Delhi has established that 2 of the 3 recognized siblings (species A and B) of the Anopheles culicifacies complex occur sympatrically with A predominating. This information was derived from collections of...

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Subbarao, S. K.; Vasantha, K.; Adak, T.; Sharma, V. P.
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Indian Journal of Malariology, 1987, 24, 1, pp 9-15
Abstract

The efficacy of S-31183 [pyriproxyfen] was tested against mosquito larvae in the laboratory and in natural habitats in India. A 1% emulsifiable concentrate (EC) formulation was used in the laboratory assays; 4th-instar larvae of Anopheles stephensi and Culex quinquefasciatus were added 20 at a time ...

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Ansari, M. A.; Sharma, V. P.; Mittal, P. K.; Razdan, R. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1991, 28, 1, pp 39-43
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By 1985, a project for bioenvironmental control of malaria was extended to the whole of Nadiad taluka in Kheda district, Gujarat, India, covering approximately 350 000 people in 100 villages. This project aimed to achieve integrated control by a combination of source reduction of mosquito breeding...

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Gupta, D. K.; Sharma, R. C.; Sharma, V. P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1989, 26, 1, pp 55-59

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