Author(s): Cosgrove JB, Wood RJ, Petri D, Evans DT, Abbott RH
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Abstract A convenient, electronically controlled, in situ, membrane feeding system is described. Evaluation of the system for feeding single pair-mated Aedes aegypti with defibrinated, refrigerated pig blood indicated no significant difference from mouse-fed controls in rat of egg maturation, fecundity, or pupal yield. The feeding system is also suitable for use with substitute protein meals.
This article was published in J Am Mosq Control Assoc
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics