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The utility of light traps for sampling A. fluviatilis, the major malaria vector in the hill tracts of Koraput district, Orissa, was assessed. A modified version of the CDC miniature light trap was used in the study. The data generated from light trap collections were analysed and compared with...

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Gunasekaran, K.; Jambulingam, P.; Sadanandane, C.; Sahu, S. S.; Das, P. K.
Citation
Acta Tropica, 1994, 58, 1, pp 1-11
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Results of a prospective study of the association between environmental factors and malaria occurrence among 1461 individuals in Koraput district, Orissa, India, are reported. A multiplicative model was fitted by relating malaria positivity with different environmental risk factors as categorical...

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Subramanian, S.; Manoharan, A.; Sahu, S.; Jambulingam, P.; Govardhini, P.; Mohapatra, S. S. S.; Das, P. K.
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Indian Journal of Malariology, 1991, 28, 1, pp 29-37
Abstract

Among the 7 vector species studied in the severely malarious district of Koraput, Orissa, India, in May 1988-November 1989, A. fluviatilis, A. jeyporiensis and A. maculatus were found to be exophilic, whereas A. aconitus, A. annularis, A. culicifacies and A. varuna were endophilic. All the species...

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Das, P. K.; Gunasekaran, K.; Sahu, S. S.; Sadanandane, C.; Jambulingam, P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1990, 27, 3, pp 173-181
Abstract

The anopheline fauna was surveyed in 37 villages of Koraput district of Orissa, a highly malarious area. Mosquitoes were captured by a variety of methods (e.g. aspirators, light traps, pyrethrins spray catches) and at a number of different sites (in human dwellings, cattle sheds, vegetation, tree...

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Gunasekaran, K.; Sahu, S. S.; Parida, S. K.; Sadanandane, C.; Jambulingam, P.; Das, P. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1989, 89, September, pp 340-343

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