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Malaria-Vector Dynamics in a Tropical Urban Metropolis, Nigeria

Malaria-Vector Dynamics in a Tropical Urban Metropolis, Nigeria

Grace C. Onyishi, Ifeanyi Oscar N. Aguzie, Christopher D. Nwani*, R.N.N. Obiezue and I.C. Okoye

Department of Zoology and Environmental Biology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

*      Corresponding author: chris.nwani@unn.edu.ng

 

Fig 1.

Monthly prevalence of malaria at the three hospitals and associated Anopheles abundance.*, malaria prevalence and mosquito abundance.

Fig. 2.

Relative humidity and temperature at Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria for the duration of the study. RelHum, relative humidity; Temp, temperature.

Fig. 3.

Relationship between malaria prevalence and mosquito abundance to relative humidity and temperature in the study area from January to July. RelHum, relative humidity; Temp, temperature; MosqAb, mosquito abundance; malPrev, malaria prevalence. *, Prevalence for malaria, relative abundance for mosquito and percentage for relative humidity.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

June

Vol. 50, Iss. 3, Pages 799-1198

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