Medicine » Infectious Diseases

Anopheles mosquitoes - New insights into malaria vectors

Edited by Sylvie Manguin, ISBN 978-953-51-1188-7, 828 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published July 24, 2013 under CC BY 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/3392
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Anopheles mosquitoes are highly important insects due to their involvement in the transmission of human malaria and its devastating consequences in endemic countries worldwide. In 2010 alone, malaria was responsible for an estimated 660,000 deaths. As the study of Anopheles species and populations is a key element for reaching the goal of malaria elimination, an enormous amount of information has accumulated over the past century, and together in recent decades with the advent of novel technologies the acquisition of new knowledge has accelerated even further. The originality of this book is to offer the latest compilation on various research, new concepts, paradigms and innovative approaches for the control of anophelines using state-of-the-art methodologies and analysis. The 24 chapters, written by internationally recognized experts from 5 continents, cover the rich landscape for the understanding of Anopheles mosquitoes and the development of more effective weapons to control the vector of malaria.

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96 ARTICLES
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  2. Molecular phylogeny of Anopheles hyrcanus group members based on ITS2 rDNA
    Yuan Fang, Wen-Qi Shi and Yi Zhang
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  3. Phylogeny of Anophelinae using mitochondrial protein coding genes
    Peter G. Foster, Tatiane Marques Porangaba de Oliveira, Eduardo S. Bergo, Jan E. Conn, Denise Cristina Sant’Ana, Sandra Sayuri Nagaki, Silvio Nihei, Carlos Einicker Lamas, Christian González, Caio Cesar Moreira and Maria Anice Mureb Sallum
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  4. Evidence to Support a Conspecific Nature of Allopatric Cytological Races of Anopheles nitidus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Thailand
    Siripan Songsawatkiat, Visut Baimai, Sorawat Thongsahuan, Yasushi Otsuka, Kritsana Taai, Chayanit Hempolchom, Wichai Srisuka, Petchaboon Poolphol, Wej Choochote and Atiporn Saeung
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  5. Development of a facile system for mass production of Brugia malayi in a small-space laboratory
    Atiporn Saeung and Wej Choochote
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  6. Scanning electron microscopy of antennal sensilla of the eight Anopheles species of the Hyrcanus Group (Diptera: Culicidae) in Thailand
    Chayanit Hempolchom, Thippawan Yasanga, Adulsak Wijit, Kritsana Taai, Watcharatip Dedkhad, Wichai Srisuka, Sorawat Thongsahuan, Yasushi Otsuka, Hiroyuki Takaoka and Atiporn Saeung
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  7. Scanning electron microscopy of Anopheles hyrcanus group (Diptera: Culicidae) eggs in Thailand and an ultrastructural key for species identification
    Atiporn Saeung, Chayanit Hempolchom, Thippawan Yasanga, Yasushi Otsuka, Sorawat Thongsahuan, Wichai Srisuka, Udom Chaithong, Kritsana Taai, Pradya Somboon and Wej Choochote
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  9. Wild bonobos host geographically restricted malaria parasites including a putative new Laverania species
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  12. RNA-seq analyses of changes in the Anopheles gambiae transcriptome associated with resistance to pyrethroids in Kenya: identification of candidate-resistance genes and candidate-resistance SNPs
    Mariangela Bonizzoni, Eric Ochomo, William Augustine Dunn, Monica Britton, Yaw Afrane, Guofa Zhou, Joshua Hartsel, Ming-Chieh Lee, Jiabao Xu, Andrew Githeko, Joseph Fass and Guiyun Yan
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  13. A review of new challenges and prospects for malaria elimination in Mutare and Mutasa Districts, Zimbabwe
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  14. Does extreme asymmetric dominance promote hybridization between Anopheles coluzzii and Anopheles gambiae s.s. in seasonal malaria mosquito communities of West Africa?
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  15. Mapping the distribution of Anopheles funestus across Benin highlights a sharp contrast of susceptibility to insecticides and infection rate to Plasmodium between southern and northern populations
    Rousseau Djouaka, Romaric Akoton, Genevieve M. Tchigossou, Seun M. Atoyebi, Helen Irving, Michael O. Kusimo, Innocent Djegbe, Jacob M. Riveron, Eric Tossou, Akadiri Yessoufou and Charles S. Wondji
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  18. Preliminary survey on Anopheles species distribution in Botswana shows the presence of Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles funestus complexes
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  19. Water source most suitable for rearing a sensitive malaria vector, Anopheles funestus in the laboratory
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  20. Widespread Pyrethroid and DDT Resistance in the Major Malaria Vector Anopheles funestus in East Africa Is Driven by Metabolic Resistance Mechanisms
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  21. Water source most suitable for rearing a sensitive malaria vector, Anopheles funestus in the laboratory
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  22. Mapping the distribution of Anopheles funestus across Benin highlights a sharp contrast of susceptibility to insecticides and infection rate to Plasmodium between southern and northern populations
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  26. Biology, distribution and control of Anopheles (Cellia) minimus in the context of malaria transmission in northeastern India
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  31. Avoidance Behavior to Essential Oils byAnopheles minimus, a Malaria Vector in Thailand
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    Camille Desgrouas, Jirod Nararak, Rungarun Tisgratog, Valerie Mahiou-Leddet, Sothavireak Bory, Evelyne Ollivier, Sylvie Manguin and Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap
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  41. Plasmodium knowlesiMalaria During Pregnancy
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  42. The effect of elevated temperatures on the life history and insecticide resistance phenotype of the major malaria vector Anopheles arabiensis (Diptera: Culicidae)
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  43. Differential Effects of Azithromycin, Doxycycline, and Cotrimoxazole in Ingested Blood on the Vectorial Capacity of Malaria Mosquitoes
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  45. Whole metagenome sequencing reveals links between mosquito microbiota and insecticide resistance in malaria vectors
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  47. Genetic Dissection of Anopheles gambiae Gut Epithelial Responses to Serratia marcescens
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  48. Immune resistance and tolerance strategies in malaria vector and non-vector mosquitoes
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  51. Insecticide resistance in malaria vectors along the Thailand-Myanmar border
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