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2014Biological Differences between Brackish and Fresh Water-Derived Aedes aegypti from Two Locations in the Jaffna Peninsula of Sri Lanka and the Implications for Arboviral Disease TransmissionRamasamy, R.; Jude, P.J.; Veluppillai, T.; Eswaramohan, T.; Surendran, S.N.
2014Bionomic aspects of the Anopheles subpictus species complex in Sri LankaPavillupillai, J.J.; Ramasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.
2013Detection of Aedes albopictus pre-imaginal stages in brackish water habitats in Brunei DarussalamFakhriedzwan Hj, I.; Usman, A.; Surendran, S.N.; Ramasamy, R.
2019Development of the major arboviral vector Aedes aegypti in urban drain-water and associated pyrethroid insecticide resistance is a potential global health challengeSurendran, S.N.; Jayadas, T.T.P.; Kokila, S.; Sharanga, S.; Karvannan, K.; Weerarathne, T.C.; Parakrama Karunaratne, S.H.P.; Ramasamy, R.
2005First report on the presence of morphospecies A and B of Phlebotomus argentipes sensu lato (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Sri Lanka – implications for leishmaniasis transmissionSurendran, S.N.; Kajatheepan, A.; Hawkes, N.J.; Ramasamy, R.
2018Genotype and biotype of invasive Anopheles stephensi in Mannar Island of Sri LankaSurendran, S.N.; Sivabalakrishnan, K.; Gajapathy, K.; Arthiyan, S.; Jayadas, T.T.P.; Karvannan, K.; Raveendran, S.; Karunaratne, S. H. P. P.; Ramasamy, R.
2020Impact of salinization and pollution of groundwater on the adaptation of mosquito vectors in the Jaffna peninsula, Sri LankaSurendran, S.N.; Senthilnanthanan, M.; Jayadas, T.T.P.; Karunaratne, S.H.P.P.; Ramasamy, R.
2011Larval Development of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in Peri-Urban Brackish Water and Its Implications for Transmission of Arboviral DiseasesRamasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.; Jude, P.J.; Dharshini, S.; Vinobaba, Muthuladchumy
2014Molecular characterization of the malaria vector Anopheles barbirostris van der Wulp in Sri LankaGajapathy, K.; Jude, P.J.; Goodacre, S.L.; Peiris, L.B.S.; Ramasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.
2022Morphological and odorant-binding protein 1 gene intron 1 sequence variations in Anopheles stephensi from Jaff na city in northern Sri LankaSurendran, S.N.; Laxshi, K.; Jayadas, T.T.P.; Kokila, S.; Tharsan, A.; Nimasha, L.; Eswaramohan, T.; Raveendran, S.; Singh, O.P.; Ramasamy, R.
2016Mosquito vectors developing in atypical anthropogenic habitats: Global overview of recent observations, mechanisms and impact on disease transmissionRamasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.
2017Population genomics reveals that an anthropophilic population of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in West Africa recently gave rise to American and Asian populations of this major disease vectorCrawford, J.E.; Alves, J.M.; Palmer, W.J.; Day, J.P.; Sylla, M.; Ramasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.; Black IV, W.C.; Pain, A.; Jiggins, F.
2011Possible impact of rising sea levels on vector-borne infectious diseasesRamasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.
2012Pre-imaginal development of Aedes aegypti in brackish and fresh water urban domestic wells in Sri LankaSurendran, S.N.; Jude, P.J.; Thabothiny, V.; Raveendran, S.; Ramasamy, R.
2022Reduced dengue incidence during the COVID-19 movement restrictions in Sri Lanka from March 2020 to April 2021Surendran, S. N.; Nagulan, R.; Sivabalakrishnan, K.; Arthiyan, S.; Tharsan, A.; Jayadas, T. T. P.; Raveendran, S.; Kumanan, T.; Ramasamy, R.
2022Reduced dengue incidence during the COVID‑19 movement restrictions in Sri Lanka from March 2020 to April 2021Surendran, S.N.; Nagulan, R.; Sivabalakrishnan, K.; Arthiyan, S.; Tharsan, A.; Jayadas, T.T.P.; Raveendran, S.; Kumanan, T.; Ramasamy, R.
2018Salinity tolerant Aedes aegypti and Ae. albopictus—Infection with dengue virus and contribution to dengue transmission in a coastal peninsulaSurendran, S.N.; Veluppillai, T.; Eswaramohan, T.; Sivabalakrishnan, K.; Noordeen, F.; Ramasamy, R.
2012-11-22Salinity-tolerant larvae of mosquito vectors in the tropical coast of Jaffna, Sri Lanka and the effect of salinity on the toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis to Aedes aegypti larvaeJude, P.J.; Tharmasegaram, T.; Sivasubramaniyam, K.; Senthilnanthanan, M.; Kannathasan, S.; Raveendran, S.; Ramasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.
2007Socio-environmental factors and sandfly prevalence in Delft Island, Sri Lanka: implications for leishmaniasis vector controlSurendran, S.N.; Kajatheepan, A.; Ramasamy, R.
2019Susceptibility to common insecticides and detoxifying enzyme activities in Anopheles sundaicus (sensu lato) after cessation of indoor residual spraying of insecticides in the Jaffna Peninsula and its surroundings in northern Sri LankaKokila, S.; Weerarathne, T.C.; Thileepan, A.; Parakrama Karunaratne, S.H.P.; Ramasamy, R.; Surendran, S.N.