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Efficacy of Insecticide Treated Nets against Mixed Population of Mosquitoes at Dayalbagh-Agra.

Soni N, Prakash S - Iran. J. Public Health (2015)

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Affiliation: Environmental and Advanced Parasitology and Vector Control Biotechnology Laboratories, Faculty of Science, Department of Zoology, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, India.

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In the present investigation, we have reported the efficacy of deltamethrin treated nets against the mixed population of mosquitoes (Culex quinquefasciatus, Anopheles stephensi and Aedes aegypti)... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 100%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 60%and Ae. aegypti 60% mortality... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 90%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% mortality under small nets... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 100%,Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% under small nets... In control side (outside) the non-treated net, no mortality was recorded... Whereas, treated outside 20–30% mortality was recorded... Not only was the inside of treated nets but outside also mosquitoes effective... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 78%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 72% and Ae. aegypti 80% under small nets... Under the large net 60%, 60% and 64% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti... The findings provide a better approach to mosquito control.

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A: Tests between two small nets (one is non-treated and another is treated). 1-B: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large non-treated net. 1-C: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large treated net. 1-D: Tests between two small non-treated nets, which are covered, with large non-treated net and two are treated nets, which are covered with a large treated net
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Figure 1: A: Tests between two small nets (one is non-treated and another is treated). 1-B: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large non-treated net. 1-C: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large treated net. 1-D: Tests between two small non-treated nets, which are covered, with large non-treated net and two are treated nets, which are covered with a large treated net

Mentions: The mortality was observed at different interval until 24 hours. The entire three mosquito species showed 50–100% mortality with single tablet against the four different experimental designs (1). The efficacy was performed between one is non-treated (control) and one is treated nets (Fig. 1-A). The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 100%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 60%and Ae. aegypti 60% mortality (2). The efficacy was performed between two small nets (one is non-treated and one is treated) which were covered by a large non-treated net (Fig. 1-B). The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 90%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% mortality under small nets. Under the large net 60%, 60% and 50% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti (3). The efficacy was performed between two small nets (one is non-treated and one is treated) which were covered by a large treated net (Fig. 1-C). The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 100%,Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% under small nets. Under the large net 80%, 70% and 70% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti (4). The test was performed between two small non-treated which was covered with the large non-treated net and two small treated nets which was covered with large treated net (Fig. 1-D). The 50 mosquitoes of three species were placed outside the net. In control side (outside) the non-treated net, no mortality was recorded. Whereas, treated outside 20–30% mortality was recorded. Not only was the inside of treated nets but outside also mosquitoes effective. The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 78%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 72% and Ae. aegypti 80% under small nets. Under the large net 60%, 60% and 64% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti.


Efficacy of Insecticide Treated Nets against Mixed Population of Mosquitoes at Dayalbagh-Agra.

Soni N, Prakash S - Iran. J. Public Health (2015)

A: Tests between two small nets (one is non-treated and another is treated). 1-B: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large non-treated net. 1-C: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large treated net. 1-D: Tests between two small non-treated nets, which are covered, with large non-treated net and two are treated nets, which are covered with a large treated net
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Figure 1: A: Tests between two small nets (one is non-treated and another is treated). 1-B: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large non-treated net. 1-C: Tests between one is non-treated and one is treated nets, which is covered with a large treated net. 1-D: Tests between two small non-treated nets, which are covered, with large non-treated net and two are treated nets, which are covered with a large treated net
Mentions: The mortality was observed at different interval until 24 hours. The entire three mosquito species showed 50–100% mortality with single tablet against the four different experimental designs (1). The efficacy was performed between one is non-treated (control) and one is treated nets (Fig. 1-A). The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 100%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 60%and Ae. aegypti 60% mortality (2). The efficacy was performed between two small nets (one is non-treated and one is treated) which were covered by a large non-treated net (Fig. 1-B). The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 90%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% mortality under small nets. Under the large net 60%, 60% and 50% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti (3). The efficacy was performed between two small nets (one is non-treated and one is treated) which were covered by a large treated net (Fig. 1-C). The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 100%,Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% under small nets. Under the large net 80%, 70% and 70% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti (4). The test was performed between two small non-treated which was covered with the large non-treated net and two small treated nets which was covered with large treated net (Fig. 1-D). The 50 mosquitoes of three species were placed outside the net. In control side (outside) the non-treated net, no mortality was recorded. Whereas, treated outside 20–30% mortality was recorded. Not only was the inside of treated nets but outside also mosquitoes effective. The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 78%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 72% and Ae. aegypti 80% under small nets. Under the large net 60%, 60% and 64% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti.

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Affiliation: Environmental and Advanced Parasitology and Vector Control Biotechnology Laboratories, Faculty of Science, Department of Zoology, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, India.

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In the present investigation, we have reported the efficacy of deltamethrin treated nets against the mixed population of mosquitoes (Culex quinquefasciatus, Anopheles stephensi and Aedes aegypti)... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 100%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 60%and Ae. aegypti 60% mortality... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have shown 90%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% mortality under small nets... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 100%,Cx. quinquefasciatus 80% and Ae. aegypti 70% under small nets... In control side (outside) the non-treated net, no mortality was recorded... Whereas, treated outside 20–30% mortality was recorded... Not only was the inside of treated nets but outside also mosquitoes effective... The An. stephensi mosquitoes have sown 78%, Cx. quinquefasciatus 72% and Ae. aegypti 80% under small nets... Under the large net 60%, 60% and 64% mortality was observed against the An. stephensi Cx. quinquefasciatus and Ae. aegypti... The findings provide a better approach to mosquito control.

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