Works (5)

Updated: July 28th, 2023 21:14

2021 article

Rapid evolution of knockdown resistance haplotypes in response to pyrethroid selection in Aedes aegypti

Baltzegar, J., Vella, M., Gunning, C., Vasquez, G., Astete, H., Stell, F., … Gould, F. (2021, July 9). EVOLUTIONARY APPLICATIONS, Vol. 7.

By: J. Baltzegar n, M. Vella n, C. Gunning*, G. Vasquez*, H. Astete*, F. Stell*, M. Fisher*, T. Scott* ...

author keywords: Aedes aegypti; dominance; insecticide resistance; kdr; knockdown resistance; selection
TL;DR: This study describes the evolution of knockdown resistance (kdr) haplotypes in Aedes aegypti in response to pyrethroid insecticide use over the course of 18 years in Iquitos, Peru, providing evidence for the direct connection between programmatic citywidepyrethroid spraying and the increase in frequency of specific kdr haplotypes. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID
Added: July 19, 2021

2019 journal article

Lack of influence by endosymbiont Wolbachia on virus titer in the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius

Parasites & Vectors, 12(1).

By: M. Fisher n, J. Levine n, J. Guy n, H. Mochizuki n, M. Breen n, C. Schal n, D. Watson n

author keywords: Cimex lectularius; Wolbachia; Endosymbiont; Cimicidae; Virus suppression; ssRNA
MeSH headings : Animals; Bedbugs / microbiology; Bedbugs / virology; Calicivirus, Feline / growth & development; Calicivirus, Feline / isolation & purification; Microbial Interactions; Viral Load; Wolbachia / growth & development
TL;DR: It is suggested that other mechanisms are involved in virus suppression within bed bugs, independent of the influence of Wolbachia, and the need for future research is underscore. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, Crossref
Added: September 30, 2019

2017 journal article

Survival of the House Fly (Diptera: Muscidae) on Truvia and Other Sweeteners

JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY, 54(4), 999–1005.

By: M. Fisher*, F. Fowler n, S. Denning n & D. Watson n

author keywords: emortality; sugar-feeding; erythritol; Truvia; Musca domestica
MeSH headings : Animals; Caloric Restriction; Choice Behavior; Erythritol / pharmacology; Female; Houseflies / drug effects; Houseflies / physiology; Insecticides / pharmacology; Male; Sucrose / metabolism; Sweetening Agents / toxicity
TL;DR: Data show that house flies may prefer high calorie options when given a choice and that house fly longevity likely increases as calorie content increases, which suggests that decreased survival rates and death could be the result of starvation rather than insecticidal activity. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

2015 journal article

Deposition from ultra-low volume application of public health insecticides in a hot desert environment

Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 31(2), 155–163.

By: M. Fisher, D. Hoel, M. Farooq & T. Walker

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2015 journal article

The influence of photoperiod on development rates of three species of forensically important blow flies

Journal of Insect Science (Tucson, AZ), 15.

By: M. Fisher, L. Higley & J. Foster

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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