Efecto atrayente del ácido láctico sobre poblaciones naturales de Anopheles albimanus de Laredo (Trujillo, Perú)

Cecilia Aguilar, Vanessa Amaranto, Norma Córdova, Melissa Esparza, Claudia Gordillo, Judith Roldan

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La presente investigación tuvo como objetivo determinar cuál de las concentraciones de ácido láctico: de 0.1 ó 1%, produce mayor atracción sobre una población de Anopheles albimanus hembra, obtenidos a partir de larvas colectadas en criaderos naturales, del sector Conache-Laredo (Trujillo, Perú). Para determinar la concentración atrayente, se escogieron 60 hembras que fueron sometidas al ácido láctico a 0.1% y 1% en un olfatómetro de acrílico en forma de “Y”.   El análisis estadístico de los datos se realizó mediante la prueba T de student. Se demostró que  el  ácido láctico al  1%  tuvo  el  mayor efecto atrayente sobre la  población utilizada de  An. albimanus.

 

Palabras clave: Anopheles, ácido láctico, concentración, olfatómetro.


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