TSETSE AND
TRYPANOSOMIASIS
INFORMATION QUARTERLY

Volume 25
Part 4, 2002
Numbers 12387-12484

CONTENTS

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CONTENTS

TSETSE AND TRYPANOSOMIASIS INFORMATION QUARTERLY

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN TTIQ

SECTION A - NEWS

Invited Essay: Genetic diversity and gene flow in morsitans group tsetse flies
Registration for the 27th meeting of the ISCTRC, Pretoria
Role and importance of socio-economic and cultural factors in the research and control of trypanosomiasis
Guiding economic principles for strategic planning in tsetse and trypanosomosis control/eradication in West Africa
More than 100 000 people affected by sleeping sickness in Angola
Joint FAO/IAEA Division Technical Co-operation Projects

SECTION B - ABSTRACTS

1. General (including land use)
2. Tsetse biology

(a) Rearing of tsetse flies
(b) Taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry
(c) Distribution, ecology, behaviour, population studies

3. Tsetse control (including environmental side effects)
4. Epidemiology: vector-host and vector-parasite interactions
5. Human trypanosomiasis

(a) Surveillance
(b) Pathology and immunology
(c) Treatment

6. Animal trypanosomiasis

(a) Survey and distribution
(b) Pathology and immunology
(c) Trypanotolerance
(d) Treatment

7. Experimental trypanosomiasis

(a) Diagnostics
(b) Pathology and immunology
(c) Chemotherapeutics

8. Trypanosome research

(a) Cultivation of trypanosomes
(b) Taxonomy, characterization of isolates
(c) Life cycle, morphology, biochemical and molecular studies