Print Publications 1000 - 1100
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1000. Lounibos, L. P. and J. E. Conn. 2000. Malaria vector heterogeneity in South America. Am. Ent. 46: 238-249.
1001. Olson, J. B., C. C. Lord and P. J. McCarthy. 2000. Improved recoverability of microbial colonies from marine sponge samples. Microbial Ecol. 40: 139-147.
1002. Gelman, D. B. and D. Borovsky. 2000. Aedes aegypti TMOF modulates ecdysteroid production by prothoracic glands of the gypsy moth Lymantria dispar. Arch. Insect Biochem. Physiol. 45: 60-68.
1003. Lord, C. C. and J. F. Day. 2000. Attractiveness of chicks and bobwhite quail for Culex nigripalpus. J. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc. 16 (3): 271-273.
1004. Nayar, J. K. and A. Ali. 2001. Review of (RS)-methoprene 20% EC and pyriproxyfen 0.5%GR. In: report of the fourth WHOPES working group meeting. WHO/CDC/WHOPES/2001.2.44-46, and pp. 59-63.
1005. Rey, J. R. 2001. Mosquitoes and the Everglades restoration. Wing Beats March-April 1 (2): 4-6..
1006. Tabachnick, W. J. 2001. A West Nile Virus positive bird: WN response by the numbers. Buzzwords 1 (1): 4.
1007. Tabachnick, W. J. 2001. Finding WN positive birds in Florida: Getting serious. Buzzwords 1 (2): 5.
1008. Day, J. F. 2001. Predicting SLE virus epidemics: Lessons from recent and not so recent outbreaks. Annual Review of Entomology 46: 111-138.
1009. Lord, C. C. 2001. VMD, MMD, mean, median: What's all the fuss? Buzzwords 1 (3): 6-7.
1010. O'Meara, G. F. 2001. (Book Review). The Biology of Mosquitoes, Volume 2, Sensory Reception and Behavior, A. N. Clements. Xv-740 pp. CABI Publishing. 1999. Journal of Vector Ecology 26 (1): 114.
1011. Nayar, J. K., N. Karabatsos, J. W. Knight, M. Godsey, J. Chang and C. .J. Mitchell. 2001. Mosquito hosts of arboviruses from Indian River County, Florida, during 1998. Florida Entomologist 84 (3): 376-379.
1012. Lounibos, L. O. 2002. Invasions by insect vectors of human diseases. Annual Review of Entomology 47: 233-266.
1013. Day, J. F., C. V. Duxbury, S. Glasscock and J. E. Paganessi. 2001. Removal trapping for the control of coastal biting midge populations. Technical Bulleting of the Florida Mosquito Control Association 3: 15-16.
1014.Juliano, S. A., G. F. O'Meara, J. R. Morrill and M. M. Cutwa. 2001. Desiccation and thermal tolerance of eggs and the coexistence of competing mosquitoes. Oecologia (on line DOI 10.1007/5004420/00811).
1015. Lord, C. C. 2001. An update on West Nile encephalitis. Pirouette Summer 2001, No. 2.
1016.Nauen, R., D. Sorge, A. Sterner and D. Borovsky. 2001. TMOF-like factor controls the biosynthesis of serine proteases in the larval gut of Heliothis virescens. Arch. Insect Biochem. Physiol. 47 (4): 169-180.
1017.Tabachnick, W. J. 2001. Mosquito vector competence tests for West Nile virus: What do they mean for Florida? Buzz Words 1 (40; 9-10).
1018 Tabachnick, W. J. 2001. West Nile virus in Florida: Getting ready for 2002. Buzz Words 1 (5): 10-11.
1019. Rey, J. R. and G. F. O'Meara. 2001. Mosquitoes and the Everglades. Buzz Words 1 (2): 4-6.
1020 Darsie, R. E., Jr., J. J. Vlach and E. M. Fussell. 2002. New addition to the mosquito fauna of United States Anopheles grabhami (Diptera, Culicidae). J. Medical Ent. 39 (4): 430-431.
1021.Lord, C. C., G. Venter, P. S. Mellor, J. Pasewa and M. E. J. Woolhouse. 2002. Transmission patterns of African horse sickness and equine encephalosis viruses in South African donkeys. Epidemiology and Infection 128: 265-275.
1022 Bram, R. A., J. E. George, R. E. Reichard and W. J. Tabachnick. 2002. The threat of foreign arthropod-borne pathogen to livestock in the United States. Journal of Medical Entomology 39: 405-416.
1023. Lounibos, L. P. 2001. Boom or bust development of a predatory mosquito in temporary aquatic habitats of Florida, U.S.A. Israel Journal of Zoology 47: 433-444.
1024 Lounibos, L. P., G. F. O'Meara, R. L. Escher, N. Nishimura, M. Cutawa, T. Nelson, R. E. Campos and S. A. Juliano. 2001. Testing predicted displacement of native Aedes by the invasive Asian Tiger mosquito Aedes albopictus in Florida, U.S.A. Biological Invasion 3: 151-166.
1025. Lord, C. C. and W. J. Tabachnick. 2002. The influence of non-systemic transmission on the epidemiology of insect borne arboviruses: a case study of vesicular stomatitis epidemiology in the western U.S. Journal of Medical Entomology 39: 417-426.
1026. Juliano, S. A., G. F. O'Meara, J. R. Morrill and M.M. Cutawa. 2002. Desiccation and thermal tolerance of eggs and the coexistence of competing mosquitoes. Oecologia 130: 458-469.
1027. Zyzak, M., T. Loyless, S. Cope, M. Wooster and J. F. Day. 2002. Seasonal abundance of Culex nigripalpus Theobald and Culex salinarius oquillett in north Florida, USA. J. Vector Ecology 27: 155-162.
1028. Fukuda, T., D. L. Kline and J. F. Day. 2002. An iridescent virus and a microsporidium in the biting midge, Culicoides barbosai from Florida. J. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc. 18: 128-130.
1029. Knight, R. L., W. E. Walton, G. F. O'Meara, W. K. Reisen and R. Wass. 2001. Design strategies for effective mosquito control in constructed treatment wetlands. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control, pp. 435-440.
1030. Lord, C. C. and J. F. Day. 2002. Simulation studies of St. Louis encephalitis in south Florida. Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases 1: 299-315.
1031. Lord, C. C. and J. F. Day. 2002. The impact of bird mortality simulation studies of St. Louis encephalitis and West Nile viruses. Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases 1: 317-329.
1032. Lounibos, L. P., S. Suarz, Z. Menendez, N. Nishimura, R. L. Escher, S. M. O'Connell and J. R. Rey. 2002. Does temperature affect the outcome of larval competition between Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus? J. Vector Ecology 27: 86-95.
1033. Schneider, D., M. Wink, F. Sporer and P. Lounibos. 2002. Cycads: their evolution, toxins, herbivores and insect pollinators. Naturwissenschfaten. Published on line at: link springer-ny.com/link/service/journals/00114/contents/02/00330/paper/s00114-002-0330-2ch110.html.
1034. Tabachnick, W. J. 2002. West Nile virus detection: the details are important. Buzz Words 2: 10.
1035. Tabachnick, W. J. 2002. Insecticide rates of application and public protection. Buzz Words 3: 9-10.
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