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Effect of sublethal dosages of insecticides on chikungunya virus susceptible and refractory strains of Aedes aegypti



Effect of sublethal dosages of insecticides on chikungunya virus susceptible and refractory strains of Aedes aegypti



Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 25(3): 536-542



Three strains of A. aegypti mosquitoes, viz (1) CRS, refractory to chikungunya (CHIK) virus by the oral route of infection but susceptible to DDT, (2) CSS, susceptible to CHIK virus and also susceptible to DDT, and (3) CSS-DDTR, susceptible to CHIK virus but resistant to DDT, were examined for the effect of sublethal dosages of DDT and deltamethrin on their fecundity.

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