2 edition of Anopheline mosquitoes in southern Rhodesia, 1926-1928 found in the catalog.
Anopheline mosquitoes in southern Rhodesia, 1926-1928
H. S. Leeson
Bibliography: p. -55.
|Statement||by H.S. Leeson.|
|Series||Memoir series of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine -- no. 4, Memoir (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) -- no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||QL536 L44 1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 55 p., 15 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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This is primarily a field study on the anopheline mosquitoes of southern Rhodesia in general, and particularly of those found in regions of endemic blackwater fever. Fourteen species of Anopheles were found, eight of which had previously been recorded by 1926-1928 book.
The newly recorded ones are. Abstract: An account is given of observations on the Anophelines of Southern Rhodesia made between 1st September and 31st Decembermuch of the information having already been noticed [R.A.E., B, xvi, ; xix, 68].Cited by: 6. Anopheline mosquitos in Southern Rhodesia, ; a report on investigations made during researches on blackwater fever conducted by Dr.
G.R. Ross. Author: H S Leeson. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.
" A checklist of Southern Ehodesian Anophelines is given; so far 28 species and nine varieties have been recorded. The distribution of the species is discussed and maps are given. Notes on habitats of larvae and adults and dissection data of adults are supplied in tables, and in the text.
" The two most important vectors of Plasmodium falciparum, the most widespread malaria Cited by: 4. Anopheline mosquitoes in Southern Rhodesia, –, Factors affecting transmission of Wuchereria bancrofti by anopheline mosquitoes.
Uptake and damage to ingested microfilariae by Anopheles gambiae, An. arabiensis, An. merus and An. Cited by: Anopheline Mosquitos in Southern Rhodesia – A Report on Investigations Made During Researches on Blackwater Fever Conducted by Dr.
Biology of Anopheles gambiae: Research in French West Africa. The known southern limits of A. multicolor and A. pharoensis in this part of the country are less Anopheline mosquitoes in southern Rhodesia 1 km. from the boundary, and the southern limit of the Palaearctic C.
pusillus is a few kilometres to the north at Balana (MADWAR, ).Cited by: 6. Malaria is one of the most serious mosquito-borne diseases in the world, especially in the tropical and subtropical regions .It is one of the foremost public health concerns in Iran and more than 90% of malaria cases are reported from the southern and south-eastern areas of the country in near border with Pakistan and Afghanistan, with two seasonal peaks Cited by: history of Southern Rhodesia for the period to the close of The Chartered Company's regime inalthough only published inis now a collector's piece.
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The Colony of Southern Rhodesia was a self-governing British Crown colony in southern Africa which was established in from British South Africa Company territories lying south of the Zambezi River.
This southern portion, known for its extensive gold working, was first annexed by the BSAC's Pioneer Column on the strength of a Mineral Concession extracted from its Capital: Salisbury. Studies of House Leaving and Outside Resting of Anopheles gambiae Giles and Anopheles funestus Giles in East Africa.
I.—The Outside Resting Population - Volume 45 Issue 2 - Cited by: African administration in Southern Rhodesia, asked what was the common factor which had led to results so different from those anticipated.
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Leeson HS. Anopheline mosquitoes in Southern Rhodesia, Memoirs of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. ; – Steketee RW, Sipilanyambe N, Chimumbwa J, Banda JJ, Mohamed A, Miller J, Basu S, Miti SK, Campbell CC.
National Malaria Control and Scaling Up for Impact: The Zambia Experience through Am J Trop Med by: Southern Rhodesia’s commitment to the First World War The publications below were used as sources in order to compile for the first time a definitive record of the number of Southern Rhodesians who served during WWI.
Prior to this there has been no single definitive list, as these various sources are generally regiment or race Size: KB.Britain imposed total economic sanctions against Rhodesia on 12 December. Harold Wilson appealed to the United Nations for support to end the Rhodesian rebellion on 16 December.
The British government declared an oil embargo against Rhodesia on 17 December. to