The impact of large dams on malaria has received widespread attention. However, understanding how dam topography and transmission endemicity influence malaria incidences is limited.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the larvicidal activity of a genetically engineered cyanobacterium, Anabaena PCC 7120#11, against five African Anopheles species in laboratory bioassays.
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Turkey is located in the middle of Asia, Africa and Europe, close to Caucasia, Balkans and Middle East in subtropical climate zone.
Biovision, in support of the implementation of the Global Alliance for Alternatives to DDT, has organised a series of posters to present alternatives to DDT. The posters on innovative products, methods and alternative strategies for malaria vector control have been displayed alongside the Fifth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Stockholm Convention.
IVCC and Syngenta reach key milestone in development of new insecticide for malaria mosquito control.
• Field trials show Actellic® 300CS can provide at least 8 months control of pyrethroid resistant mosquitoes
• Actellic® 300CS micro-encapsulated formulation submitted to WHOPES
• Major step forward in development of new products for malaria control
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