Keywords: chemosterilized males
Sex separation of Aedes spp. mosquitoes for sterile insect technique application: a reviewB. M. Moran-Aceves, C. F. Marina, A. Dor, P. Liedo and J. Toledo, Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata, 10. 2021.
Separation of the sexes is necessary for the application of the sterile insect technique (SIT) in mosquitoes due to the hematophagous habits and disease vector activity of the females. In this review we analyze the history, current status, and future perspectives for the ...
Keywords: anopheles-albimanus, area-wide integrated vector management, chemosterilized males, culex-pipiens-fatigans, cytoplasmic incompatibility, fruit-fly diptera gene drive, genetic biocontrol, genetic sexing, mosquitoes, SIT, sterile insect technique, wolbachia
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