Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic

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Abstract

In México, biogeography data are available for species of triatomas called Trypanosoma cruzi transmiters; for example, the phyllosoma complex is distributed in several states
of the south-central southeast of the country. In contrast, Northwestern Mexico species such as Triatoma rubida are considered sylvatic and in the process of domestication. The lack of research of these northern species of the country has generated an ignorance that contrasts with a growing number of alleged new cases of Chagas disease registered in health institutions in states such as Sonora. From the six species of triatomas that are potential transmiters of the trypanosoma in the state of Sonora, Triatoma rubida is the only one that has recent studies of distribution and transmission capacity. It is important then to know the degree of domesticity of the native species with the capacity of transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi and to deine areas of risk. The process of adaptation of the sylvatic triatomines to the peridomestic and the domestic habitat has been understood in terms of environmental and biological variables. In this research, the proile of cuticular hydrocarbons of a peridomestic, domestic and sylvatic population of Triatoma rubida was analyzed and compared.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTransmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic
Place of PublicationInglaterra
PublisherIn tech Open
Chapter5
Pages51-71
Number of pages20
Volume5
Edition5
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-78923-659-0
ISBN (Print)978-1-78923-658-3
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2018

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Ortega-García, J., & Álvarez Hernández, G. (2018). Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. In Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic (5 ed., Vol. 5, pp. 51-71). [5] Inglaterra: In tech Open. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.77169
Ortega-García, Jesús ; Álvarez Hernández, Gerardo. / Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. Vol. 5 5. ed. Inglaterra : In tech Open, 2018. pp. 51-71
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Ortega-García, J & Álvarez Hernández, G 2018, Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. in Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. 5 edn, vol. 5, 5, In tech Open, Inglaterra, pp. 51-71. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.77169

Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. / Ortega-García, Jesús; Álvarez Hernández, Gerardo.

Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. Vol. 5 5. ed. Inglaterra : In tech Open, 2018. p. 51-71 5.

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Ortega-García J, Álvarez Hernández G. Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. In Transmitter Insect of Chagas Disease in Northwest Mexico: A Comparative Study of the Cuticular Hydrocarbons Profile of Three Populations of Triatoma rubida: Peridomestic, Domestic and Sylvatic. 5 ed. Vol. 5. Inglaterra: In tech Open. 2018. p. 51-71. 5 https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.77169