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  • Human biting mosquitoes and implications for West Nile virus transmission 

    Uelmen, Johnny A. Jr.; Lamcyzk, Bennett; Irwin, Patrick; Bartlett, Dan; Stone, Chris; Mackay, Andrew; Arsenault-Benoit, Arielle; Ryan, Sadie J.; Mutebi, John-Paul; Hamer, Gabriel L.; Fritz, Megan; Smith, Rebecca L. (Springer Nature, 2023-01-02)
    West Nile virus (WNV), primarily vectored by mosquitoes of the genus Culex, is the most important mosquito-borne pathogen in North America, having infected thousands of humans and countless wildlife since its arrival in ...
  • No association between habitat, autogeny and genetics in Moroccan Culex pipiens populations 

    Arich, Soukaina; Haba, Yuki; Assaid, Najlaa; Fritz, Megan L.; McBride, Carolyn S.; Weill, Mylène; Taki, Hassan; Sarih, M’hammed; Labbé, Pierrick (Springer Nature, 2022-11-03)
    Mosquitoes of the Culex pipiens complex are found across the globe and are the focus of many research studies. Among the temperate species C. pipiens sensu stricto (s.s.), two forms are usually described: molestus and ...
  • Nutrient co-limitation of primary producer communities 

    Harpole, Stanley; Ngai, Jacqueline; Cleland, Elsa; Seabloom, Eric; Borer, Elizabeth; Bracken, Matthew; Elser, James; Gruner, Daniel; Hillebrand, Helmut; Shurin, Jonathan; Smith, Jennifer (Blackwell, 2011)
    Synergistic interactions between multiple limiting resources are common, highlighting the importance of co-limitation as a constraint on primary production. Our concept of resource limitation has shifted over the past two ...
  • Effects of diet quality on performance and nutrient regulation in an omnivorous katydid 

    Pearson, Rachel; Behmer, Spencer; Gruner, Daniel; Denno, Robert (Blackwell, 2011)
    1. Omnivores by definition eat both plants and animals. However, little is known about how diet macronutrient content affects omnivore performance, or the extent to which they can regulate macronutrient intake. We assessed ...
  • Evidence for divergent selection between the molecular forms of Anopheles gambiae: role of predation 

    Diabaté, Abdoulaye; Dabiré, Roch K; Heidenberger, Kyle; Crawford, Jacob; Lamp, William O; Culler, Lauren E; Lehmann, Tovi (Springer Nature, 2008-01-11)
    The molecular forms of Anopheles gambiae are undergoing speciation. They are characterized by a strong assortative mating and they display partial habitat segregation. The M form is mostly found in flooded/irrigated areas ...

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