2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0044-59672010000300019
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Abstract: RESUMODuas populações naturais de Anopheles darlingi foram analisadas quanto aos padrões de variabilidade genética relacionados ao comportamento hematofágico, cujas coletas foram realizadas no intra, peri e extradomicíio, em dois municípios do Estado do Amazonas: Coari e Manaus. Os resultados evidenciaram amplo número de fragmentos polimórficos, bem como elevada variabilidade genética nessas populações. Na população de Coari, a porcentagem de locos polimórficos (P) e heterozigosidade (He) variou de 77,63% -84,… Show more

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“…The population of A. darlingi of Manaus showed genetic variability similar to that of Coari (P = 75-78.94% and H E = 0.2732-0.2741), where greater genetic variability was also detected indoors ( Table 2). The Chi-square data (v 2 = 695.89, df = 304, P \ 0.001) and F ST values (F ST = 0.0775 ± 0.0072) between Coari and Manaus were significant, indicating microgeographic structuring due to a reduction in gene flow (Silva et al, 2010).…”
Section: Population Genetics and Functional Genome Of Anopheles Darlingimentioning
confidence: 98%
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“…The population of A. darlingi of Manaus showed genetic variability similar to that of Coari (P = 75-78.94% and H E = 0.2732-0.2741), where greater genetic variability was also detected indoors ( Table 2). The Chi-square data (v 2 = 695.89, df = 304, P \ 0.001) and F ST values (F ST = 0.0775 ± 0.0072) between Coari and Manaus were significant, indicating microgeographic structuring due to a reduction in gene flow (Silva et al, 2010).…”
Section: Population Genetics and Functional Genome Of Anopheles Darlingimentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Tadei et al (2010) emphasized the importance of the occurrence of Oryza perennis (wild rice) Moench in areas of flooded forest, where the immature forms of Anopheles develop among the roots and leaves. Anopheles darlingi, the most important species involved in malaria transmission in the Amazon Basin presents high behavioral variability (Hiwat & Bretas, 2011), genetic plasticity (Scarpassa & Conn, 2007;Silva et al, 2010) and resilience, adapting very well to environmental changes, particularly those caused by anthropic activities. This vector is found in areas where it did not occur previously and returns to areas where it had already been controlled (Hiwat & Bretas, 2011), which demonstrates the great adaptability of this species.…”
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