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The Indian Journal of Medical Research January 1927

1927

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The two new species described in the following pages are distinct from 0. anopheloidcs and its variations in the general colon ration in the markings of the wings and legs and in the length of the palpi of the male. [...] White scales on the inner side and front of each torus and some long white scales on the inner side of the first four or five flagellar segments of the antenna of the male in the female there are similar but shorter scales on the first flagellar segment only; antennal plumes of the male dense the hairs long and arranged chiefly on the dorsal and ventral aspects pale yellow in colour ; in the [...] Palpi of the male about three-quarters the length of the proboscis white scales at the base and apex and a white ring in the middle the remainder black scaled ; palpi of the female less than half the length of the proboscis black scaled with a white marking in the middle and at the tip. [...] Proboscis of the male with a white ring at about the middle and a number of spots of white and yellow scales between the band and the tip a few yellow scales on the upper side along the basal half ; proboscis of the female 'brownish black on the apical half there is a white marking on the dorsal surface and sides and a yellow streak beneath nearer to the tip than the dorsal mark these marking [...] n. This differs from O. anopheloidcs in having only two small white spots on the costa of the wing and a white area on the stem of vein 5 at the fork a small white spot only on the upper side of the proboscis in the female and no white band (in one variation there is a small white spot also on the underside of the proboscis nearer to the base of that organ than the spot on the upper side; in O

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-xv The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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A Revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India Part XIX The Indian Species of Afdomyia And Orthopodomyia with Descriptions of Two New Species 523-532 P.J. Barraud

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A Revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India Part XX The Indian Species of Armigeres (Including Leicestbria) with Descriptions of Two New Species 533-548 P.J. Barraud

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A Revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India Part XXI Descriptions of New Species of Aedimorphus and Finlaya and Notes on Stegomyia Albolineata (Theo.) 549-554 P.J. Barraud

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A Revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India Part XXII The Indian Species of the Genus Taeniorhynchus (Including Mansonioides) With A Description of One New Species 555-iii P.J. Barraud

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Note on Cytoplasmic Counter Staining with Special Reference to Protozoological Technique 565-566 H.E. Shortt

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The 'resistant Non-Flagellate Torpedo and O Bodies' Of Row Seen in Old Cultures of Leishmania Donovani in Their Relationship to the Production of Infections 567-576 H.E. Shortt, A.C. Craighead, Khazan Chand, C.S. Swaminath

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Note on the Infectivity of the forms of Leishmania Donopani Found in Phlebotomus Argentipes 577-580 H.E. Shortt, P.J. Barraud, A.C. Craighead

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The Mode of Formation and Morphology of the O Bodies of Row in Old Cultures of Leishmania Donovani 581-i H.E. Shortt, C.S. Swaminath

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Transmission Experiments in Indian Kala-Azar with Phlebotomus Argentipes 589-600 H.E. Shortt, P.J. Barraud, A.C. Craighead

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Effect of Quinine on Phosphorus Metabolism in Man 601-618 T.A. Hughes, D.L. Shrivastava

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A Short and Simple Method of Construction and Reduction of Correlation Tables 619-630 A.J.H. Russell, E.R. Sundarajan

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The Nutritive Value Of Wheat Paddy and Certain Other Food-Grains 631-640 R. Mccarrison

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The Effect of Manganese on Growth 641-648 R. Mccarrison

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A Good Diet and a Bad One: An Experimental Contrast 649-654 R. Mccarrison

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The Further History of Goitre at the Lawrence Royal Military School Sanawar Punjab India 655-658 R. Mccarrison

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A Note on Vegetable Ghee (Vanaspati) with a Short Experiment on Its Food Value 659-666 D.R. Thomas

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The Influence of Syphilis on Leprosy as Indicated by the Wassermann Reaction 667-678 R.B. Loyd, E. Muir, G.C. Mitra

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Some Observations on Sandflies In Bombay City 679-684 T.C. Young

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The Early Spontaneous Cure of Bilharziosis (S. Spindalis) In Monkeys (Macacus Sinicus) and its Bearing on Species Immunity 685-700 N. Fairly

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The Experimental Transmission of S. Spindalis to the Indian Water Buffalo 701-706 N. Fairly, F. Jasudasin

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Bacterial Efficiency of Mechanical Gravity Filter 707-712 V. Raju

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The Development of Leishmania Donovani in the Gut of the Sandfly Phlebotomus Papatasii 713-716 L. Napier, R.O.A. Smith

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Observations on Filariasis in Some Areas in British India.Preliminary Investigation 717-732 Vishnu. Korke

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The Prevalence and Epidemiology of Hookworm and Other Helminthic Infections in India Part VI Burma 733-iii ASA Chandler

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The Prevalence and Epidemiology of Hookworm and Other Helminthic Infections in India Part VII Bihar and Orissa 745-760 ASA Chandler

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The Prevalence and Epidemiology of Hookworm and Other Helminthic Infections in India Part VIII United Provinces of Agra and Oudh 761-774 ASA Chandler

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Note on Some Points Regarding Fertilisation and Development of the Ovum in Anopheles in Captivity 775-778 B.S. Chalam

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A Preiliminary Note on a Quick and Simple Test for The Differentiation of Malaria from Kala-Azar Enteric and Other Fevers 779-784 E.C. Hodgson, A.C. Vardon, Zorawar Singh

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309
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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