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anopheles / анофелес, малярийный комар
имя существительное
anopheles, anopheles mosquito
малярийный комар
anopheles mosquito, anopheles
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a mosquito of a genus that is particularly common in warmer countries and includes the mosquitoes that transmit the malarial parasite to humans.
Of the thousands of mosquito types, only the genus anopheles transmits malaria to humans.
Of the thousands of mosquito types, only the genus anopheles transmits malaria to humans.
During a single feeding bout, lasting 4 to 5 min, a female anopheline mosquito can increase mass by more than 200%.
Both culicine and anopheline mosquitoes can now be transformed, and genetic constructs that block the development of malaria parasites in transformed mosquitoes have been produced.
Intriguingly, the bias observed here was restricted to culicines, suggesting that loss from these taxa occurs at a higher rate than from anophelines , despite the fact that culicine genomes are up to eight times larger.
The anopheles mosquito , carrying the scourge of malaria, was the unwitting executioner of thousands of European soldiers sent to garrisons in the West Indies, Africa, or India.
Malaria is generally a tropical disease transmitted by the bite of an infected female anopheles mosquito .
Millions of people die each year from malaria, which is transmitted through the bite of the anopheles mosquito .
The distribution of humans and anopheline mosquitoes is not continuous across this region, but generally clustered on the high-elevation areas where rainfall is abundant.
Among a dozen mosquito types in Milan, experts are keeping a close eye out for the anopheles mosquito which is capable of transmitting malaria.
Malaria perpetuates in 39 major anopheline species, including some that breed in water contained in footprints, and others in the axils of pineapple-like plants, in eddies at the margins of mountain streams, and in placid ponds.