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- Li, K. J.; Cai, S. X.; Lin, W.; Xia, J.; Pi, Q.; Hu, L. Q.; Huang, G. Q.; Pei, S. J.; Zhang, H. X.
- The Journal of parasitology 2015 v.101 no.5 pp. 598-602
- deltamethrin, etc ; Anopheles; biting rates; cattle; control methods; cypermethrin; entomology; malaria; mosquito nets; pathogens; population; spraying; swine; towns; vector control; China; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Three towns with similar socio-ecological characteristics, malaria morbidities, and populations were selected for this study to explore economic and effective malaria control measures.The sources of infection were controlled in each town. Impregnated mosquito nets with 2.5% deltamethrin (15 mg/m²) combined with residual spraying of 5% cypermethrin (25 mg/m²) was implemented in cattle and pig pens, ...
- Yi, Xiaoyi; Li, Huizhen; Ma, Ping; You, Jing
- Environmental toxicology and chemistry 2015 v.34 no.8 pp. 1744-1750
- deltamethrin, etc ; Chironomus dilutus; ammonia; benthic organisms; bioassays; bioavailability; chromium; copper; cypermethrin; lambda-cyhalothrin; lead; midges; mortality; nickel; sediments; toxic substances; toxicity; waterways; zinc; China; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Sediments in urban waterways of Guangzhou, China, were contaminated by a variety of chemicals and showed prevalent toxicity to benthic organisms. A combination of whole‐sediment toxicity identification evaluation (TIE) and bioavailability‐based extraction was used to identify the causes of sediment toxicity. Of the 6 sediment samples collected, 4 caused 100% mortality to Chironomus dilutus in 10‐d ...