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Related to Aedes triseriatus: Aedes albopictus, Aedes vexans, Aedes taeniorhynchus

Aedes

[ā′ē·dēz]
(invertebrate zoology)
A genus of the dipterous subfamily Culicinae in the family Culicidae, with species that are vectors for many diseases of humans.

aedes

1. In Roman antiquity, any edifice or a minor shrine, not formally consecrated.
2. Now, any chapel or temple.
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Isozyme polymorphisms maintained by lethal loci in inbred strains of Aedes triseriatus. Journal of Heredity 80: 53-57.
Linkage maps for 20 enzyme loci in Aedes triseriatus. Journal of Heredity 81:101-106.
Beaty of Colorado State University in Fort Collins and their colleagues became the first to insert a bacterial marker gene into Aedes triseriatus. The work stirred excitement among entomologists because of a peculiar trait inherent in that species.
Aedes triseriatus: vector biology in relationship to the persistence of La Crosse virus in endemic foci.
tested (%) Biological replicate 1, mean 6.02 [log.sub.10] PFU/mL [+ or -] SD 0.67 Mosquito species I D T Culex pipiens 0/20 (0) 0/20 (0) 0/20 (0) ([dagger]) Aedes triseriatus ND ND ND ([double dagger]) Ae.
In eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus) inoculated intramuscularly with [10.sup.1.5] to [10.sup.5.7] PFU of West Nile virus (WNV), serum titers developed sufficient to infect Aedes triseriatus (Say), Ae.
A G1 glycoprotein epitope of La Crosse virus: a determinant of infection of Aedes triseriatus. Science.
An oviposition trap for detecting the presence of Aedes triseriatus (Say).