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Experimental transmission of Plasmodium vivax by Anopheles multicolor under laboratory conditions and the effect of temperature on the sporogonic cycle



Experimental transmission of Plasmodium vivax by Anopheles multicolor under laboratory conditions and the effect of temperature on the sporogonic cycle



Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Associationrecd 1986; 57(5-6): 512-540



Keeping A. multicolor infected with P. vivax at 80% RH and 19, 22, 25 or 27 degrees C had no significant effect on the rate of infection or infectivity. At 22 degrees C infected mosquitoes lived longer than uninfected ones and at all temperatures, longevity of infected mosquitoes exceeded the period for the completion of the sporogonic cycle.

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