Looking Backward, Looking Forward: The Long, Torturous Struggle with Mosquitoes
AbstractThe American anti-mosquito movement grew out of the discovery of the role of mosquitoes in transferring pathogens and public concern about pest and nuisance mosquitoes in the late 1800s. In the 20th century, organized mosquito control in the United States passed through three eras: mechanical, chemical, and integrated mosquito control. Mosquito control in the 21st century faces the challenge of emerging pathogens, invasive mosquito species, and balancing concerns about the environment with effective control strategies. View Full-Text
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Patterson, G.M. Looking Backward, Looking Forward: The Long, Torturous Struggle with Mosquitoes. Insects 2016, 7, 56.
Patterson GM. Looking Backward, Looking Forward: The Long, Torturous Struggle with Mosquitoes. Insects. 2016; 7(4):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Patterson, Gordon M. 2016. "Looking Backward, Looking Forward: The Long, Torturous Struggle with Mosquitoes." Insects 7, no. 4: 56.
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