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Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors

Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors

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Published by Springer in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vector control -- Congresses,
  • Insects as carriers of disease -- Congresses,
  • Biotechnology -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by B.G.J. Knols and C. Louis.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesWageningen UR frontis series -- v. 11.
    ContributionsKnols, B. G. J., Louis, C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA639.5 .B75 2006, RA639.5 .B75 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 225 p. :
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18257674M
    ISBN 101402037996, 1402038003

      Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors. In. Proceedings of the joint WHO/TDR, NIAID, IAEA and Frontis workshop on bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, 14–16 July , Nairobi, Kenya. Springer Publishers, Dordrecht, The by:   Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors. Springer; pp. – Jasinskiene N, Coates CJ, Benedict Cited by:

    Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors. Dordrecht: Springer; pp. –Cited by: Scott TW, Rasgon JL, Black WCIV and Gould F, Fitness studies: developing a consensus methodology, in Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, eds. Knols BGJ and Louis C. Frontis, Wageningen, The Netherlands, Ch. 16, Rasgon JL, Styer LM and Minnick SL, Work Location: W Millennium Science Complex, University Park,

    The sterile insect technique (SIT) is a method of biological insect control, whereby overwhelming numbers of sterile insects are released into the wild. The released insects are preferably male, as this is more cost-effective and the females may in some situations cause damage by laying eggs in the crop, or, in the case of mosquitoes, taking blood from humans.   Scott TW, Rasgon JL, Black WC, Gould F: Fitness studies: developing a consensus methodology. Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors. Edited by: Knols BGJ, Louis C. , Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Bogers RJ (Series Editor) Google ScholarCited by:


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The need to develop a common research agenda that bridges this gap has been identified as a top priority by all parties involved. Only then shall the goal of developing appropriate genetic-control strategies for vectors of disease become reality.

This book is the reflection of a workshop, held in Nairobi (Kenya) in July Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as 'field people'.

Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors Series: Wageningen UR Frontis Series Volume: 11 Edited By: BGJ Knols and C LouisPrice Range: £ - £ Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as 'field people'.

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This book is the reflection of a workshop, held in Nairobi (Kenya) in July It brought together a good representation of both molecular and ecological research and, for the first time, included a significant number of researchers from disease-endemic countries. Notes Result of a. Volume 11 Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors Knols, B.G.J.; Louis, C.

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