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A trial of pyraclofos 50% EC applied as an indoor residual spray at 1 g/m2 to 24 huts and 6 cattle sheds was carried out against Anopheles fluviatilis and A. culicifacies in Kandhaguda village of Malkangiri district, Orissa, India, in the 1st week of October 1991. Bandhaguda village was kept as...

Author(s)
Sahu, S. S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1996, 33, 1, pp 16-20
Abstract

A small-scale trial was conducted in a village in Ghaziabad district, Uttar Pradesh, India, where 3 human dwellings and 4 cattle sheds (constructed of mud) were fitted with brick and cement skirting at the junction of the floor and walls to prevent rodent and sandfly access and the creation of...

Author(s)
Dhiman, R. C.
Citation
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1995, 26, 2, pp 368-370
Abstract

Monthly collections were made from DDT sprayed and unsprayed villages in Varanasi District, India. In the sprayed village, the DDT was applied as wettable powder at 1 g/m2 in September 1987 and April 1988. Collections were made fortnightly from June 1987 to September 1988 from houses and cattle...

Author(s)
Joshi, R. D.; Rai, R. N.
Citation
Journal of Communicable Diseases, 1994, 26, 1, pp 56-58
Abstract

A field trial in Beel Akbarpur village, Dadri PHC, District Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, was carried out from April 1992 to December 1993 to test the impact of burning neem oil (from Azadirachta indica) in kerosene lamps from dusk-to-dawn in living rooms on vector populations and the incidence...

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Ansari, M. A.; Razdan, R. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1996, 33, 2, pp 81-87
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
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
Abstract

An Indian bear (Melursus ursinus ursinus) was introduced into a cattle shed in Karnataka, India, in order to control a heavy infestation of Boophilus microplus. The bear consumed large numbers of larvae, nymphs and adults, including those buried in the soil. After 15-20 min, the tick population had ...

Author(s)
Harlapur, S.; Hiregoudar, L. S.
Citation
Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 1985, 82, 3, pp 636-637
Abstract

Field trials in 1981 to 1985 in a highly malarious area in eastern India, where Plasmodium falciparum predominated, involved indoor (human housing, cattle sheds) and outdoor spraying using pirimiphos-methyl at 1 or 2 g/m2, with 1 to 3 rounds/year depending on availability. For comparison DDT at 1...

Author(s)
Das, M.; Rao, C. K.; Thapar, B. R.; Roy, S. M.; Phira, J. G.; Sharma, G. K.
Citation
Journal of Communicable Diseases, 1986, 18, 2, pp 157-177
Abstract

The impact of house-spraying with malathion at a rate of 200 mg/ft2, a treatment used for the control of mosquito vectors of malaria, on phlebotomine populations was determined in studies in villages in Surat District, Gujarat, India, in 1980. The main phlebotomine species present were Phlebotomus...

Author(s)
Pandya, A. P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1983, 78, September, pp 354-360
Abstract

A focal outbreak of kala-azar [caused by Leishmania donovani] was reported in July 1986 from the village of Deokuli Dham in the district of Darbhanga, Bihar. Cases had occurred since 1982 (with 2 cases, 1 death) and then increasingly up to 1985 (76 cases, 12 deaths) and 1986 (40 cases, 10 deaths up ...

Author(s)
Saxena, V. K.
Citation
Journal of Communicable Diseases, 1987, 19, 4, pp 405-407
Abstract

Fenitrothion (40% w.d.p.) was evaluated over 3 spray cycles at 6-monthly intervals during 1981-82 in Regency Banjarnegara, Central Java. There were 4 test areas, 3 of them having areas of about 70 km2, 53 000 people and 12 000 houses. Two spraying strategies were compared: full coverage, where the...

Author(s)
Gandahusada, S.; Fleming, G. A.; Sukamto (et al.)
Publisher
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1984, 62, 5, pp 783-794

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