Keywords: insecticide-treated nets
The need for new vector control approaches targeting outdoor biting anopheline malaria vector communitiesS. Sougoufara, E. C. Ottih and F. Tripet, Parasites & Vectors, 13:15. 2020.
Since the implementation of Roll Back Malaria, the widespread use of insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) and indoor residual spraying (IRS) is thought to have played a major part in the decrease in mortality and morbidity achieved in malaria-endemic regions. In the past decade, ...
Keywords: Anopheles, biting, drive system, Exophagy, Exophily, gambiae-s.s., gene, gene drive synthetic, insecticide-treated nets, mating-behavior, mosquitoes, Outdoor, Pesticide resistance, plasmodium-falciparum, toxic sugar baits, Traps
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