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- Li, Guichang, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- BMC genetics 2019 v.20 no.1 pp. 11
- Rattus; coasts; genetic variation; microsatellite repeats; mitochondrial DNA; plague; population genetics; rats; rivers; shipping; transportation; China; South East Asia
- ... BACKGROUND: Rattus tanezumi is a common commensal rat and an important host animal of bubonic plague in South China and Southeast Asia. The northward dispersal of this species in mainland China has been reported in recent decades, along with more recent intercontinental expansion. Population genetics of R. tanezumi in mainland China were studied to explain the relationship between dispersal histor ...
- Li, Guichang, et al. Show all 14 Authors
- Acta tropica 2018 v.182 pp. 251-256
- Culicidae; aspirators; dams (hydrology); ecosystems; imagos; mosquito-borne diseases; population dynamics; residential areas; sheds; species diversity; China; Yangtze River
- ... Mosquitoes are responsible for spreading many diseases and their populations are susceptible to environmental changes. The ecosystems in the Three Gorges Region were probably altered because of changes to the environment during the construction of the Three Gorges Dam (TGD), the world's largest hydroelectric dam by generating capacity.We selected three sites at which to monitor the mosquitoes from ...
- Li, Guichang, et al. Show all 19 Authors
- Parasites & vectors 2013 v.6 no.1 pp. 1017
- Culex pipiens; adults; encephalitis; females; filariasis; hybrids; insects; labor; males; polymerase chain reaction; China
- ... BACKGROUND: In 2009, residents of Lhasa city, Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), China reported large numbers of mosquitoes and bites from these insects. It is unclear whether this was a new phenomenon, which species were involved, and whether these mosquitoes had established themselves in the local circumstances. METHODS: The present study was undertaken in six urban sites of Chengguan district Lhasa ...
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