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Bragantia

versão impressa ISSN 0006-8705versão On-line ISSN 1678-4499

Bragantia v.48 n.2 Campinas  1989

https://doi.org/10.1590/S0006-87051989000200003 

HOMAGE

 

Oswaldo Paulo Forattini - epidemiologist, entomologist and humanist

 

 

Maria Anice Mureb SallumI; José Maria Soares BarataI; Roseli La Corte dos SantosII

IDepartamento de Epidemiologia, Faculdade de Saúde Pública, Universidade de São Paulo
IICentro de Ciências Biolóicas e da Saúde, Universidade Federal de Sergipe

 

 

Born on January 10, 1924, in Rosário de Santa Fé, Argentina, and naturalized Brazilian in 1946, Professor Forattini was the only child of immigrant parents from Italy who arrived in Brazil at the early of the 1930s. He grew up in a family environment in which he spoke in Portuguese to his father, and in French and Italian to his mother. As well as mastering these three languages, he also became fluent in Spanish and English and had a great interest in studying Latin. As a scholar, he advocated that books should be read in the language in which they were written. One of the first books that he had the pleasure of receiving as a gift from his mother, on his twelfth birthday, was a copy of The Divine Comedy, written in archaic Italian.

Because he was the only child of a couple without any family in Brazil, and because of the intellectual training that he received with his parents' encouragement, he became passionate about literature, history, classical music and arts. From a very young age, he would go to concerts at the Municipal Theater of São Paulo on Sundays, and he would listen to classical music every day. In this way, he was able not only to identify the composer, but also the orchestra and soloist. Nonetheless, he also enjoyed other kinds of music, such as jazz, blues and regional music and used to read and write poetry. Therefore, Professor Forattini was very familiar with many works in depth and could describe musical pieces and works of literature, history and art in detail. He was a lover of words and life.

During his secondary school education in the city of São Paulo, he thought about studying history, but with time he entered the University College to sit the university entrance examination for the medical course. Classified in first place, he became a student in the Faculdade de Medicina (School of Medicine) of the Universidade de São Paulo, in 1946.

Just after graduating in medicine in 1949, Professor Forattini was accepted into what was then the Faculdade de Higiene e Saúde Pública (School of Hygiene and Public Health) of the Universidade de São Paulo as an assistant lecturer in the Department of Parasitology and Rural Hygiene. Thus he began his university career. He started conducting studies within medical entomology in 1950, with the researcher John Lane, and subsequently within public health, in 1957. In May 1954, at the age of 30, Professor Forattini was awarded the title of Professor through examination of his thesis on "Algumas observações sobre biologia de flebótomos, em região da Bacia do Rio Paraná (Diptera, Psychodidae), (Brasil)" (Some observations on the biology of phlebotomine sandflies in the region of the Paraná River Basin). Five years later, he obtained the position of Adjunct Professor of the Chair of Applied Parasitology and Rural Hygiene through competition. In 1966, Professor Forattini achieved the position of Chair of Epidemiology, through presenting a thesis under the title "Investigações sobre focus naturais de arbovírus" (Investigations on natural foci of arboviruses), and in 1970 he took up the position of Head of the Department of Epidemiology. At the Department, "he printed the vision of the epidemiologist, beyond or above the specific areas of knowledge" in the words of Professor Maria Lúcia Lebrão, current Head of the Department.

He was Vice-Director (1975-1976) and then Director of the Faculdade de Saúde Pública (1978-1982), Head of the Department of Epidemiology (1970-1986), a member of the Executive Board of the University Hospital in 1980, a member of the Board of Trustees of FUVEST in 1978, a member of the Higher Board of the Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (Research Support Foundation of the State of São Paulo) (1975-1988) and Coordinator of the Núcleo de Pesquisas Taxonômica e Sistemática em Entomologia Médica (Center for Taxonomic and Systematic Research in Medical Entomology) (1990-2004). In addition to this, his participation in the Editorial Committee of the Publishing Division of the Universidade de São Paulo (1983-2004) should be noted, along with his efforts to create and develop the Revista de Saúde Pública, for which he was the Editor (1966-2005). He participated directly in creating the Integrated Library System (SIBI) of the Universidade de São Paulo (1979-1984).

Professor Forattini's life was always guided by challenges and passions. He collaborated with Professor John Lane, the coordinator and conceptualist of the Medical Entomology course, and when it was suspended because of Lane's death, in 1963. He accepted the challenge of keeping the course running in 1970, which was restructured and renamed the Medical-Entomological Epidemiology course, and was coordinated by Professor Forattini until 1983 and thereafter maintained by his colleagues. In addition to this course, Professor Forattini restructured the Discipline of Epidemiology for students in specialization and postgraduate courses in Public Health. Starting in 1980, the new challenge was ecology, a science that at that time was not directed towards public health and medicine, but Professor Forattini was able to see the interrelations between these fields. Thus, he published numerous papers associating insects with distributions of diseases, published the book "Ecologia, Epidemiologia e Sociedade" (Ecology, Epidemiology and Society), and proposed the creation of the postgraduate discipline of "Ecology in Public Health", lectured by him during the 1990s and into the new century, at the end of every Friday afternoon. His classes were frequented by students from a variety of backgrounds, and they included sociologists, lawyers, biologists, doctors and anthropologists, among many others. Large numbers of students listed to his lectures, including some from outside the university.

He was one of the few, and perhaps the only teacher of his era, who caught students' interest in his subjects through his oratory and slides. His classes were brilliant and would promote discussions among the students, which were often heated. O Professor Forattini was a great orator who stimulated and captivated his audience. With great ability, intelligence and knowledge, he would start a class on a specific subject and would then expand the biological approach and come back to conclude the initial point. In fact, his classes and lectures were enchanting voyages through the world of biology, evolution, public health, medicine and arts. With the skills and taste of an artist and the vision of a scientist, he would illustrate his classes and lectures with his photos, taken on a Leica in the city of São Paulo or in the interior of Brazil during field data collection for his research projects. In this way, he collected hundreds of interesting slides and stories.

Many of his specialization and postgraduate students today are active in different areas of medical entomology in Brazil and Latin America, as researchers or university professors. In this way, Professor Forattini has left a legacy of followers who will continue with medical entomology in the neotropical region.

Because of his very productive scientific life, Professor Forattini's contributions towards the development of science have been of enormous importance and have deserved national and international recognition and respect. During the first years of his professional life, he dedicated himself almost entirely to studies on vector insects of interest to public health. Studies on culicoids midges (Culicoides, Ceratopogonidae) came first, and then on phlebotomine sandflies (Phlebotominae, Psychodidae), followed by culicid mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and triatomine bugs (Triatominae, Reduviidae).

As a truly passionate person about science, Professor Forattini would dedicate long hours to his daily work, writing books and scientific articles, including at weekends and on public holidays. Armed with a pencil, sharpener, manual typewriter, fountain pens and great artistic skill, he wrote and drew the illustrations for his books.

In his studies on Chagas disease, Professor Forattini started to collaborate with the Brazilian Ministry of Health, through the Public Health Campaigns Superintendency and subsequently the National Health Foundation. Thus, the need arose to create what was then known as the Center for Studies of Entomology in Epidemiology, which resulted from the cooperation between the Faculdade de Saúde Pública and the Ministry of Health.

From the time when he began his entomological studies in 1948, Professor Forattini never failed to deposit and care for the specimens collected during his research work. He added thousands of specimens to the Reference Entomological Collection of the Faculdade de Saúde Pública, a collection that was started in 1937 by Professors Paulo C. A. Antunes and John Lane. In this respect, it was the samples of Aedes albopictus deposited in the collection in 1948 that made it possible to identify the first specimens of this taxon encountered in Brazil.

As a consequence of a life dedicated to the production of scientific knowledge, Professor Forattini was honored with many awards. The following deserve to be highlighted: Emílio Ribas Award (Schistosomiasis mansoni in Santos, State of São Paulo, 1947); José Pinto Alves Award (Contribution towards the study of thoracopulmonary actinomycosis, 1948); Florêncio Gomes Award from the São Paulo Academy of Medicine (Neotropical Culicoid Midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae, 1955); Important Research Contribution Award from the University of São Paulo (1992); John Belkin Memorial Award from the American Mosquito Control Association, United States (1995); and the Jabuti Award (1996) and the Brazilian Chamber of Books Award (1997) for his book Culicidologia Médica, Vol. 1. He was honored with the Gaspar Vianna Cultural Medal in 1961, for his contribution towards studies relating to tegmental leishmaniasis. In 2005, he received the title of Professor Emeritus of the Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidade de São Paulo. He was honored by the Universidade de São Paulo for his dedication to research, teaching and other noteworthy activities for the development of Brazil (2006).

 

COMMENTS ON HIS SCIENTIFIC BIBLIOGRAPHY

A synthesis with comments on the importance of Professor Forattini's scientific contributions is presented in the following, finishing with a complete listing of his 243 publications and 14 books, which can be consulted at the end of this text.

Professor Forattini's scientific production began in the middle of the 1940s, when he was a fourth-year medical student and joined research groups on tropical medicine in the School of Medicine where he was studying. He published six articles in 1946 and another five in 1947. Among the academic studies he produced during that period, the one he presented in his fifth year to the Chair of Hygiene deserves to be highlighted: "Contribuição ao estudo de esquistossomose mansônica em Santos, Estado de São Paulo" (Contribution towards the study of Schistosomiasis mansoni in Santos, state of São Paulo). From that time onwards, he showed a tendency towards entomological studies.

In 1949 and 1950, he collaborated with the Special Health Service of Araraquara in an epidemiological survey in the region of Ribeirão Preto, State of São Paulo, with the aim of clarifying the mechanism for autochthonous transmission of Schistosomiasis mansoni. Subsequently, he conducted studies in areas of the municipality of Araraquara and neighboring areas that allowed discoveries of the presence of Chagas disease in the municipalities of Araraquara, São Simão and São Carlos.

Professor Forattini began his investigations into tegmental leishmaniasis in the 1950s, and these continued until the 1980s. The research had the aims of discovering new areas of endemicity and consequently carrying out local studies on epidemiological factors. To this end, the studies were concentrated on elucidating transmission-related problems, the existence of natural reservoirs of Leishmania spp, the taxonomy of the Phlebotominae and the ecological characteristics and behavior of vector species of protozoa. Various foci of infection were signaled in the states of São Paulo, Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraná, Amapá and Rondônia. In the case of São Paulo, it is worth noting the finding of a focus in the southern region of the state, which until then had been considered to be free from this endemic disease. In the southern region of Brazil, it was possible to incriminate Psychodopygus intermedia as a likely transmission agent, as well as other species in the Phlebotominae subfamily. In the State of Amapá, evidence suggesting that P. squamiventris was a participant was obtained. At the same time, he indicated the presence of Lutzomyia longipalpis, which is the vector for visceral leishmaniasis in northeastern Brazil, also in the southern region of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul. Pioneering discoveries were made at that time, regarding the possible wild reservoirs for Leishmania. As a result from his research, he constructed an epidemiological model for the transmission of tegmental leishmaniasis and the cycles that the parasites might present in nature.

Following this, in 1953, he began his studies on the biological characteristics of blood-sucking Ceratopogonidae of the genus Culicoides in the field. In this way, it was possible to discover the breeding sites of several species, establish which species were dominant in the São Vicente region and observe the habits of the adults. These were pioneering studies in South America and they contributed towards a better understanding of the epidemiology of the infectious agents carried by these insects. In 1959, he began ecological observations aimed at studying the biological characteristics of the Culicidae and their implications for the epidemiology of the infectious agents carried by mosquitoes.

Professor Forattini dedicated himself intensely to studies on malaria transmission. His investigations contributed towards clarifying the mechanisms for this endemic disease in the State of Amapá. In parallel, he conducted similar studies in the State of São Paulo. Research on the endemic malaria focus in Cananéia was developed with the aim of obtaining useful knowledge for disease eradication campaigns. Consequently, it was observed that the density of Kerteszia species found inside homes presented regional variations, and these were considered to be the result of behavioral changes among these insects. Another important result from these studies was the observation that the flying range of Kerteszia species was greater than had been accepted at that time. His research indicated for the first time the presence in Brazil of Anopheles neivai, an insect of epidemiological importance in certain regions of Colombia. In 1960, Professor Forattini investigated an epidemic of dermatitis caused by Lepidoptera of the genus Hylesia, in the State of Amapá.

Also in the 1960s, he dedicated himself to epidemiological investigations aimed at studying natural foci of arboviruses and the possible transfer of these infectious agents to man and his environment. To this end, in collaboration with foreign colleagues, he published results from a study that showed that the mosquito Psorophora ferox was able to transmit the virus in the laboratory. Among Professor Forattini's studies on insects of medical importance, those on the domestic habits of the mosquito Ae. scapularis showed its possible participation in the transmission of the Rocio virus in areas of the Ribeira Valley, in the State of São Paulo, during an epidemic that occurred at the beginning of the 1970s. His investigations on mosquitoes became even more intense in the second half of the 1970s and continued in the subsequent decades. During these years, he intensively studied aspects of the ecology, epidemiology and systematics of mosquito species in different areas of the Ribeira Valley, which is located in the southeast of the State of São Paulo. With research project funds, he established a field base for studies on insects of epidemiological importance in a municipality in the south of the State of São Paulo. Highlights from this work included the first record of the occurrence of Ae. albopictus in Brazil, studies on the behavior of species within the An. albitarsis complex, in areas of irrigated rice fields, and studies on Kerteszia and Ae. scapularis. Mention should also be made of the investigations on the systematics of mosquitoes, which resulted in descriptions of new species and revision of the Spissipes section of Culex (Melanoconion).

Despite some earlier incursions, it was really at the end of the 1960s that Professor Forattini began his series of studies and publications on the transmission and control of American trypanosomiasis and its vector insects, the triatomine bugs.

Between 1970 and 1984, he studied specimens of triatomine bugs from the whole of Brazil that were the product from the National Triatomine Bug Survey. He published a series of articles that were considered to be pioneering not only because of the novelty of the data but also particularly because of the way of analyzing and presenting the results. His research showed associations between the frequencies of findings of the species and the ecological data on the major Brazilian biomes, such as the cerrado (savanna), caatinga (arid scrub) and Atlantic forest.

Almost always in collaboration with researchers from the State of São Paulo Health Department, Professor Forattini conducted studies and published a series of more than 21 papers named as the "Ecological characteristics of American trypanosomiasis". These were field studies on the behavior of Triatoma infestans, T. sordida, Panstrongylus megistus and Rhodnius neglectus, which are the most important vector species for Chagas disease in the State of São Paulo. From the knowledge acquired in these studies, the Secretaria de Saúde do Estado de São Paulo (State of São Paulo Health Department) went on modifying the measures adopted for controlling this endemic disease. In this respect, the measures ceased to consist of total coverage of insecticide (the "dragnet" phase) and became selective control measures, in accordance with the evidence from the studies. In this way, it was possible to eliminate T. infestans, which was the most important vector species. This result served as a model for the Chagas disease control proposals of the Federal Government and subsequently those in the countries of the Southern Cone. Professor Forattini's article on the biogeography, origin and distribution of the domestication of triatomine bugs in Brazil was of great importance for understanding the distribution pattern of T. infestans in South America.

Professor Forattini dedicated himself most intensely to studies on the ecological and behavioral characteristics of mosquitoes and on the systematics of two genera of great epidemiological importance, Anopheles and Culex, beginning in the 1990s. His ecological studies on the culicid mosquitoes from different areas of the ecosystem of the Atlantic forest showed the usefulness of these insects for evaluating the degree of alteration of the natural environment as a result of the processes involved in human occupation of the land.

The 2000s were notable for studies directed towards synanthropic mosquitoes, particularly Ae. albopictus. The indication that bromeliads act as breeding sites for Ae. albopictus and Ae. aegypti promoted the inclusion of these plants among the receptacles subjected to entomological surveillance.

With the knowledge acquired through his fieldwork and laboratory investigations, Professor Forattini wrote books as the sole author that are considered to be classics within medical entomology. In view of these research activities and his activities as a teacher within the Medical-Entomological Epidemiology course, he prepared his work on Medical Entomology in four volumes. The first volume was on Anophelinae and malaria; the second dealt with Culex, Aedes and Psorophora; the third was on the genera Haemagogus, Mansonia, Coquillettidia and Culiseta, the Sabethini tribe, arboviruses and Bancroftian filariasis; and the fourth was on the Phlebotominae subfamily, leishmaniasis and bartonelosis.

Professor Forattini wrote the first book on epidemiology in the Portuguese language, with the title "Epidemiologia Geral" (General Epidemiology), which was first published in 1976, with a second edition in 1996.

Because of his teaching subject "Ecology in Public Health", he wrote a book with the title "Ecologia, Epidemiologia e Sociedade" (Ecology, Epidemiology and Society), which had a large impact on present-day approaches towards public health. Its first edition was published in 1992, with a second edition in 2003.

He completed his collection of books with the publication in 2004, of a book with the title "Conceitos Básicos em Epidemiologia Molecular" (Basic Concepts of Molecular Epidemiology).

Professor Forattini's research activities did not hinder him from producing a book outside of his field of studies. In his book "O Ser e Ser Humano" (To Be and To Be Human)", he put forward his thoughts on the human being.

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After taking compulsory retirement in 1994, he remained at the Faculdade de Saúde Pública until the beginning of 2004, when he had to withdraw from his activities for health reasons. He dedicated 55 years of his life to the Faculdade de Saúde Pública, to the Universidade de São Paulo and to Science.

Those who had the pleasure of being in Professor Forattini's company will always remember a phrase that he used to say at difficult moments in life:

Nothing withstands work!

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY (1946-2007)

Research articles

1940 decade

1. Almeida F, Lacaz CS, Forattini OP. Ação da sulfanilamida e seus derivados "in vitro", sobre o Paracoccidioides brasiliensis. Rev Clin Cient. 1946;15:113-7.

2. Artom M, Lacaz CS, Forattini OP. Considerações sobre um caso de leishmaniose do tipo linfangítico-nodular ascendente, simulando esporotricose. Rev Med CAOC. 1946;30:313-6.

3. Forattini OP. Considerações clínicas sobre um caso de localização apendicular do Trichocephalus trichiurus (Linnaeus, 1771) Blanchard, 1895. An Paul Med Cir. 1946;52:327-31.

4. Forattini OP. Um caso de blastomicose com localização pancreática. Rev Med CAOC. 1946;30:515-20.

5. Almeida F, Lacaz CS, Forattini OP. Considerações sobre três casos de micoses humanas de cujas lesões foram isoladas ao lado dos cogumelos responsáveis, algas provavelmente do gênero Chlorella. An Fac Med Univ S Paulo. 1946;22:295-9.

6. Almeida F, Lacaz CS, Forattini OP. Ação da sulfanilamida e seus derivados "in vitro", sobre o Actinomyces brasiliensis. An Fac Med Univ S Paulo. 1946;22:301-6.

7. Madeira JA, Lacaz CS, Forattini OP. Considerações sobre um caso de blastomicose (granulomatose paracoccidioidica) generalizado, com o isolamento de Paracoccidioides brasiliensis, a partir do sangue circulante. O Hospital. 1947;31:845-54.

8. Forattini O.P. Nota sobre a incidência de Capillaria hepatica (Bancroft, 1893) e Cysticercus fasciolaris (Rudolphi, 1808) nos ratos da cidade de São Paulo. Rev Med CAOC. 1947;31:163-9.

9. Forattini OP. Presença de leptospiras nos ratos da cidade de São Paulo. An Fac Med Univ S Paulo.1947;23:5-27.

10. Montenegro J, Forattini OP. Faraco A. Pesquisa de espiroquetas no fígado humano. Rev Inst Adolfo Lutz. 1947;7:41-54.

11. Forattini OP. Blastomicose da região pancreática. Rev Paul Med. 1947;31:165-72.

12. Lane J, Forattini OP. Duas novas espécies de Bibionellus Edwards, 1935 (Diptera, Bibionidae). Rev Ent. 1948;19:569-74.

13. Almeida F, Lacaz CS, Forattini OP. Contribuição para o estudo da actinomicose tóraco-pulmonar. Rev Paul Med. 1948;32:259-302.

14. Silva OJ, Forattini OP. Nota sobre a infecção natural de triatomídeos e de cão pelo Trypanosoma cruzi em uma zona do rio Mogi-Guaçu, Municípios de São Simão e de São Carlos, Estado de São Paulo. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1949; 3:211-7.

1950 decade

15. Forattini OP. Parasitoses intestinais. Nota sobre as variedades observadas na 4a Enfermaria de Cirurgia de Homens no Hospital Central da Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo. An Paul Med Cir. 1950;59:307-10.

16. Forattini OP, Serra OP. Contribuição ao conhecimento da morfologia e biologia de Pyrrhosphodrus militaris Stal, 1866 (Hemiptera, Harpactorinae). Dusenia. 1:229-36, 1950.

17. Forattini OP, Silva OJ. Resultados das pesquisas de triatomídeos no Distrito de Motuca (município de Araraquara). Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1950;4:21-36.

18. Lane J, Forattini OP. New data on Sabethini. Proc Entomol So Wash. 1952;54:254-7.

19. Forattini OP, Lane J. Sobre Toxorhynchites haemorrhoidalis separatus Arribalzaga, 1891. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1952;6:57-9.

20. Forattini OP, Santos MR. Notas sobre infecção natural de Phlebotomus intermedius Lutz e Neiva, 1912, por formas em leptomonas em um foco de leishmaniose tegumentar americana. Arq Hig Saude Publ. 1952;17:171-4.

21. Forattini OP. O Culicoides trinidadensis Hoffman, 1925 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1953;7:123-6.

22. Forattini OP, Pattoli DBG, Aun JR. Algumas observações sobre o comportamento da Leishmania brasiliensis em cães. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1953;7:137-55.

23. Forattini OP. Nota sobre criadouros naturais de flebótomos em dependências peridomiciliares no Estado de São Paulo. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1953;7:157-67.

24. Forattini OP. Redescrição de Culicoides flavivenula Costa Lima, 1937 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1954;1:135-8.

25. Forattini OP. Algumas observações sobre biologia de flebótomos (Diptera-Psychodidae) em região da bacia do Rio Paraná (Brasil). Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1954;8:15-136.

26. Forattini OP. O segundo esternito em algumas espécies de flebótomos do Brasil (Diptera, Psychodidae). Folia clin biol. 1954;21:213-8.

27. Forattini OP. Nova espécie de Culicoides (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) do Estado de Goiás, Brasil. Folia Clin Biol. 1954;21:315-20.

28. Forattini OP. Nova espécie de Culicoides (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) do Brasil Central. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1954;8:189-92.

29. Forattini OP. Nota sobre anomalia observada na genitália masculina de Phlebotomus whitmani Antunes e Coutinho, 1939 (Diptera, Psychodidae). Folia Clin Biol. 1954;21: 353-6.

30. Forattini OP. Redescrição de Culicoides lopesi Barreto, 1944, C.limai Barreto, 1944 e C.bambusicola Lutz (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Folia Clin Biol 1954;22:223-32.

31. Forattini OP. Redescrição de Culicoides guttatus (Coquillet, 1904) e C.insignis Lutz, 1913 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Folia Clin Biol. 1955;23:103-14.

32. Forattini OP, Galvão AB. Redescrição de Culicoides maruim Lutz, 1913 e C.reticulatus Lutz, 1913 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Malar. 1955;7:225-33.

33. Forattini OP, Lane J. Sobre uma Forcipomyia que suga Phasmidae (Diptera, Nematocera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1955;4:1-6.

34. Forattini OP, Santos MR. Novas observações em regiões endêmicas de leishmaniose tegumentar americana nos Estados de São Paulo e Mato Grosso, Brasil. Rev Clin S Paulo. 1955;1-3:13-20.

35. Lane J, Forattini OP, Rabello EX. Dixa (Dixella) paulistana n. sp.. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1955;9:113-7.

36. Lane J, Forattini OP, Rabello EX. Biologia e espécies novas de Palpomyia e Stilobezzia (Diptera, Nematocera, Ceratopogonidae). Dusenia. 1955;6:61-8.

37. Forattini OP. A new Culicoides from Panama (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Proc Entomol Soc Wash. 1956;58:35-6.

38. Forattini OP. Nova espécie de Culicoides (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) de São Vicente, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1956;10:81-4.

39. Forattini OP, Rabello EX. As formas imaturas de Culicoides guyanensis Floch e Abonnenc, 1942 e de algumas espécies de Stilobezzia (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1956;6: 43-50.

40. Forattini OP, Santos MR. Nota sobre um foco de leishmaniose tegumentar americana no Estado de Mato Grosso, Brasil. Rev Bras Malar. 1956;8:127-33.

41. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Heredia RL. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1956;10:85-8.

42. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Nota sobre a larva e pupa de Culicoides insignis Lutz, 1913 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1956;4:195-8.

43. Lane J, Forattini OP. Neotropical Stilobezzia Kieffer, 1911 - I. Nine new Panamian species (Diptera, Nematocera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Malar. 1956;8:207-26.

44. Forattini OP, Castro PC. Atividades de saúde pública na zona rural, com especial referência ao Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1957;11:35-39.

45. Forattini OP, Oliveira O. Um foco de leishmaniose tegumentar na zona sul de São Paulo, Brasil. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1957;11:23-34.

46. Forattini OP, Rabello EX. Dados sobre Dasyhelea Kieffer, 1911 do Brasil (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1957;7:241-50.

47. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. A brief note on breeding places of Culicoides in São Vicente, Brazil. Mosq News. 1957;17:312-3.

48. Forattini OP. Culicidae que se criam em buracos de caranguejos (Diptera). Rev Bras Biol. 1958;18:175-9.

49. Forattini OP. Nova espécie de Leptoconops s.str. da região neotropical (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1958;8:37-42.

50. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Culicoides da região neotropical (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). II - Observações sobre biologia em condições naturais. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1958;12:1-52.

51. Lane J, Forattini OP. Neotropical Stilobezzia. II - Fourteen new species, chierfly from Panama (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1958;8:203-24.

52. Forattini OP. Flebótomos transmissores das leishmanioses na região neotropical. Arq Venez Pat Trop. 1959;3:193-205.

53. Forattini OP. Insecta Amapaensia - Diptera: Culicidae. Studia Ent. 1959;2:285-8.

54. Forattini OP. Sobre os flebótomos do Território do Amapá, Brasil. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1959;13:159-64.

55. Forattini OP, Lenko K. Nota biológica sobre Metacuterebra apicalis (Guérin, 1829/38) (Diptera, Cuterebridae). Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1959;13:155-8.

56. Forattini OP, Juarez E, Bernardi L, Dauer C. Leishmaniose tegumentar, no Território do Amapá, Brasil. Rev Inst Med Trop S Paulo. 1959;1:11-7.

1960 decade

57. Forattini OP. Nota sobre Phlebotomos do Território do Amapá, Brasil. (Diptera, Psychodidae). Studia Ent. 1960;3:467-80.

58. Forattini OP. Notícia sobre Panstrongylus geniculatus (Latreille, 1811). Rev Bras Ent. 1960;9:177-80.

59. Forattini OP. Sobre a leishmaniose tegumentar na região sul do Estado de Mato Grosso, Brasil. Rev Bras Malar. 1960;12:69-73.

60. Forattini OP. Sobre os reservatórios naturais de leishmaniose tegumentar americana. Rev Inst Med trop S Paulo. 1960;2:195-203.

61. Forattini OP, Rabello EX. Nota sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 2 - A larva, a pupa e alguns dados biológicos de Aedes (Finlaya) fluviatilis Lutz, 1904. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1960;14:87-94.

62. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 3 - As larvas e as pupas de Wyeomyia (W.)limai Lane e Cerqueira, 1942 e de W. (D.)personata (Lutz, 1904). Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1960;14:95-109.

63. Forattini OP. Novas observações sobre a biologia de flebótomos em condições naturais (Diptera, Psychodidae). Arq Hig Saude Publica 1960;25:209-15.

64. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Sobre as formas imaturas de Culicoides reticulatus Lutz e de Stilobezzia panamensis Lane e Forattini (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1960;9: 1-4.

65. Antunes FCA, Forattini OP. Ginandromorfos de Aedes (Stegomyia)aegypti (L.) (Diptera, Culicidae). Rev Bras Biol. 1960;20:429-34.

66. Forattini OP. Breve nota sobre a presença de Anopheles (Kerteszia)neivai Howard, Dyar e Knab, 1912, no Brasil. Rev Bras Ent. 1961;10:31-2.

67. Forattini OP. Chaves para a identificação do gênero Anopheles Meigen, 1818, da região neotropical (Diptera, Culicidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1961;10:169-87.

68. Forattini OP. Some data on the domesticity of Aedes scapularis (Rondani) in São Paulo, Brazil. Mosq News. 1961;21:295-6.

69. Forattini OP, Correa RR, Rabello EX, Guarita O. Algumas observações sobre a densidade de anofelinos Kerteszia no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Arq Hig Saude Publica. 1961;26:249-56.

70. Correa RR, Forattini OP, Guarita OF, Rabello EX. Observações sobre o vôo de Anopheles (Kerteszia)cruzii e de A. (K.) bellator, vetores de malária ( Diptera, Culicidae). Arq Hig Saude Publica. 1961;26:333-42.

71. Gusmão HH, Forattini OP, Rotberg A. Dermatite provocada por lepidópteros do gênero Hylesia. Rev Inst Med Trop S Paulo. 1961;3:112-20.

72. Lane J, Forattini OP. Neotropical Stilobezzia Kieffer, 1911. III - Key for the adults of this genus and description of one new species (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1961;10:83-94.

73. Forattini OP. Arboviroses. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1961/62;15/16: 109-99.

74. Coutinho JO, Forattini OP. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 4 - Contribuição ao estudo do subgênero Microculex com a descrição de uma nova espécie. Studia Ent. 1962;5:209-34.

75. Rabello EX, Forattini OP. Sobre uma nova espécie do gênero Rhexoza Enderlein (Diptera, Scatopsidae). Papeis avulsos Depto Zool S Paulo. 1962;15:303-9.

76. Forattini OP, Coutinho JO. Sobre duas espécies do subgênero Microculex (Diptera). Studia Ent. 1963;6:481-95.

77. Forattini OP, Bianchini NR, Bianchini JP, Rabello EX. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 5 - Observações sobre a evolução de cinco espécies em condições de laboratório, com a descrição de alguns ovos. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publ S Paulo. 1963;17:5-15.

78. Forattini OP. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 8 - A respeito de Culex (Culex)spinosus Lutz, 1905. Rev Bras Ent. 1964;11:57-62.

79. Forattini OP. Breve nota sobre variações em espécies de Anopheles (Diptera:Culicidae). Rev Bras Ent. 1964;11:139-40.

80. Forattini OP. Considerações sobre a erradicação do Aedes aegypti no Continente Americano. Arq Hig Saude Publica. 1964;29:83-87.

81. Forattini OP, Carvalho G. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 7 - Considerações a respeito de algumas espécies de Uranotaenia. Rev Bras Ent. 11: 31-35, 1964.

82. Forattini OP, Rabello EX. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 6 - Novos dados sobre algumas espécies do subgênero Culex. Papeis avulsos Depto Zool S Paulo. 1965;17:27-34.

83. Forattini OP, Leon PM, Rabello EX. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 9 - A respeito de algumas espécies de Sabethes. Studia Ent. 1965;8:449-67.

84. Souza Lopes O, Lacerda JPG, Fonseca IEM, Castro DP, Forattini OP, Rabello EX. Cotia virus: a new agent isolated from sentinel mice in São Paulo, Brazil. Amer J Trop Med Hyg. 1965;14:156-57.

85. Forattini OP, Toda A. Notas sobre Culicidae. 11 - Algumas espécies amazônicas de Microculex. Studia Ent. 1966;9:501-14.

86. Souza Lopes O, Forattini OP, Fonseca IEM, Lacerda JPG, Sacchetta LA, Rabello EX. Boracéia virus. A new virus related to Anopheles B virus. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1966;123:502-504.

87. Forattini OP, Toda A. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 10 - Novo encontro e alguns dados sobre as formas imaturas de Sabethes forattinii. Rev Bras Ent. 1967;12:103-107.

88. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Souza Lopes O. Notas sobre Culicidae (Diptera). 12 - Nova espécie do subgênero Culex. Rev Bras Ent. 1967;12:13-16.

89. Forattini OP, Juarez E, Rabello EX. Dados sobre a biologia do Triatoma arthurneivai no sudeste do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil (Hemiptera, Reduviidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1968;2:186-193.

90. Forattini OP, Souza Lopes O, Rabello EX. Investigações sobre o comportamento de formas adultas de mosquitos silvestres no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1968;2(2):111-173.

91. Forattini OP, Juarez E, Correa RR. Medida de infestação domiciliar por Triatoma infestans. Rev Saude Publica. 1969;3(1):11-16.

92. Forattini OP, Juarez E, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG, Correa RR. Infestação domiciliar por Triatoma infestans e alguns aspectos epidemiológicos da tripanossomose americana em áreas do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1969;3(2):159-172.

1970 decade

93. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Castanho MLS, Pattoli DBG. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomose americana. I - Observações sobre Panstrongylus megistus e suas relações com focos naturais da infecção em área urbana da cidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1970;4(1):19-30.

94. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Sobre o encontro de Lutzomyia longipalpis (Lutz & Neiva, 1912) no Estado de São Paulo, (Comunicação). Rev Saude Publica. 1970;4(1):99-100.

95. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Cotrim MD. Catálogo das Coleções Entomológicas da Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidade de São Paulo (1ª série). Culicidae. Série Monográfica nº 1. Rev Saude Publica. 1970;4 (nº Especial):5-100.

96. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG, Correa RR. Observações sobre a infestação domiciliar residual por Triatoma infestans. Rev Saude Publica. 1971;5(1):17-21.

97. Forattini OP. Nota sobre Psychodopygus squamiventris (Lutz e Neiva, 1912) e espécies afins (Diptera, Psychodidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1971;5(1):151-4.

98. Forattini OP. Sobre a classificação da subfamília Phlebotominae nas Américas (Diptera, Psychodidae). Papeis avulsos Depto Zool S Paulo. 1971;24:93-111.

99. Forattini OP. Nota sobre Psychodopygus paraensis (Lima, 1941) (Diptera, Psychodidae). Studia Ent. 1971;14:173-76.

100. Forattini OP, Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX, Santos, J.L.F. - Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomose americana. II - Distribuição e dispersão local de triatomíneos em ecótopos naturais e artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1971;5(2):163-91.

101. Forattini OP, Rocha e Silva EO, Ferreira, O.A.; Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomose americana. III - Distribuição local de triatomíneos com especial referência ao Triatoma sordida. Rev Saude Publica. 1971;5(2):193-205.

102. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Cotrim, M.D. - Catálogo das Coleções Entomológicas da Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidade de São Paulo (1ª série). Ceratopogonidae, Psychodidae, Simuliidae. Rev Saude Publica. 1971;5(2):301-66.

103. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG, Ferreira OA. Nota sobre um foco de leishmaniose tegumentar na região Nordeste do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1972;6(1):103-5.

104. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Pattoli DBG. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomose americana. IV - Mobilidade de Triatoma arthurneivai em seus ecótopos naturais. Rev Saude Publica. 1972;6(2):183-87.

105. Forattini OP, Pattoli DBG, Rabello EX, Ferreira OA. Infecções naturais de mamíferos silvestres em área endêmica de leishmaniose tegumentar do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1972;6(3):255-61.

106. Forattini OP, Pattoli DBG, Rabello EX, Ferreira OA. Infecção natural de flebotomíneos em foco enzoótico de leishmaniose tegumentar no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1972;6(4):431-3.

107. Forattini OP, Pattoli DBG, Rabello EX, Ferreira OA. Nota sobre infecção natural de Oryzomys capito laticeps em foco enzoótico de leishmaniose tegumentar no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1973;7(2):181-4.

108. Forattini OP, Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomose americana. V - Observações sobre colonização espontânea de triatomíneos silvestres em ecótopos artificiais, com especial referência ao Triatoma sordida. Rev Saude Publica. 1973;7(3):219-39.

109. Forattini OP, Ferreira AO, Souza JMP, Rabello EX, Rocha e Silva EO, Rodrigues FF. Medida da infestação domiciliar por Triatoma sordida. Rev Saude Publica. 1973;7(3):241-50.

110. Forattini OP, Ishiata GK, Rabello EX, Cotrim MD. Observações sobre os mosquitos Culex da cidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1973;7(4):315-30.

111. Forattini OP, Pattoli DBG, Serra OP, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Nota sobre leishmaniose tegumentar no litoral sul do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1973;7(4):447-52.

112. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Cotrim MD. Catálogo das coleções entomológicas da Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidade de São Paulo (2ª série I) - Culicidae. Rev Saude Publica. 1973;7(4):453-79.

113. Forattini OP, Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. VI - Persistência do Triatoma sordida após alteração ambiental e suas possíveis relações com a dispersão da espécie. Rev Saude Publica. 1974;8(3):265-82.

114. Forattini OP, Barata JMS. Nota sobre a diferenciação de ovos de Rhodnius neglectus e R.prolixus. Rev Saude Publica. 1974;8(4):447-50.

115. Forattini OP, Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. VII - Permanência e mobilidade do Triatoma sordida em relação aos ecótopos artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1975;9(4):467-76.

116. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Serra OP, Cotrim MD, Galati EAB, Barata JMS. Observações sobre a transmissão da leishmaniose tegumentar no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1976;10(1):31-43.

117. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Galati EAB. Novos encontros de flebotomíneos no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil, com especial referência à Lutzomyia longipalpis. Rev Saude Publica. 1976;10(1):125-8.

118. Candeias JAN, Forattini OP, Vieira JG. Evidenciação de antígeno da hepatite B (HBs Ag) em "manchas" obtidas de exemplares de Triatominae (nota prévia). Rev Saude Publica. 1976;10(3):267-8.

119. Forattini OP. Effects of control measures on vector population dynamics. In: Proceeding of an International symposium on new approaches in American trypanosomiasis research; 1975; Belo Horizonte, Brasil. Washington, DC: Pan-American Health Organization; 1976. p.21-3. (Scientific publication, 318).

120. Forattini OP, Cotrim MD, Galati EAB, Sarzana SB, Cruz CF, Van Dinteren NHS, Gotlieb SLD. Estudo sobre a utilização de Rhodnius neglectus para xenodiagnósticos realizados em marsupiais (Didelphis). Rev Saude Publica. 1976;10(4):335-45.

121. Forattini OP, Galati EAB. Description of the female of Psychodopygus ayrozai (Barreto and Coutinho) (Diptera:Phlebotominae). Proc Entomol Soc Wash., 79:25-27, 1977.

122. Forattini OP, Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. VIII - Domiciliação de Panstrongylus megistus e sua presença extradomiciliar. Rev Saude Publica. 1977;11(1):73-86.

123. Forattini OP, Nogueira DP. Effects of tropical disease on the working capacity. J Occup Med. 1977;19:485-6.

124. Forattini OP; Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. IX - Variação e mobilidade de Panstrongylus megistus em ecótopos artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1977;11(2):199-213.

125. Forattini OP, Santos JLF, Ferreira AO, Rocha e Silva EO, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. X - Dados populacionais das colônias de Panstrongylus megistus e de Triatoma sordida, espontaneamente desenvolvidas em ecótopos artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1977;11(3):362-74.

126. Forattini OP, Rocha e Silva EO, Ferreira AO, Rabello EX, Santos JLF, Lima AR. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XI - Domiciliação de Panstrongylus megistus e potencial enzoótico. Rev Saude Publica. 1977;11(4):527-50.

127. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Silva EOS, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XII – Variação regional da tendência de Panstrongylus megistus à domiciliação. Rev Saude Publica. 1978;12(2):209-33.

128. Forattini OP, Gomes AC,Galati EAB, Rabello EX, Iversson LB. Estudos ecológicos sobre mosquitos Culicidae no Sistema da Serra do Mar, Brasil. 1 - Observações no ambiente extradomiciliar. Rev Saude Publica. 1978;12(3):297-325.

129. Forattini OP, Silva EOS, Rabello EX, Andrade JCR, Rodrigues VLCC. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XIII - Potencial enzoótico doméstico em área de ocorrência de Panstrongylus megistus, sob vigilância epidemiológica. Rev Saude Publica. 1978;12(4):417-24.

130. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Galati, EAB, Rabello EX, Iversson LB. Estudos ecológicos sobre mosquitos Culicidae no Sistema da Serra do Mar, Brasil. 2 - Observações no ambiente domiciliar. Rev Saude Publica. 1978;12(4):476-96.

131. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Silva EOS, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XIV - Persistência e potencial de domiciliação de populações triatomínicas silvestres em região de intensa atividade agropecuária. Rev Saude Publica. 1979;13(2):123-46.

132. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Silva EOS, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XV - Desenvolvimento, variação e permanência de Triatoma sordida, Panstrongylus megistus e Rhodnius neglectus em ecótopos artificiais. Rev Saude Publica.1979;13(3):220-34.

133. Forattini OP, Santos JLF, Ferreira OA, Silva EOR, Rabello EX. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XVI - Dispersão e ciclos anuais de colônias de Triatoma sordida e de Panstrongylus megistus espontaneamente desenvolvidas em ecótopos artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1979;13(4):281-98.

1980 decade

134. Forattini OP, Silva EOS, Barata JMS, Boainain E. Nota sobre caso autóctone de tripanossomíase americana no litoral sul do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1980;14(1):143-9.

135. Forattini OP, Ottati S, Candeias JAN, Vieira JG, Rácz ML. Evidenciação do antígeno de hepatite B (HBsAG) em Triatominae. Rev Saude Publica. 1980;14(2):194-8.

136. Forattini OP. Biogeografia, origem e distribuição da domiciliação de triatomíneos no Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1980;14(3):265-99.

137. Forattini OP, Barata JMS, Santos JLF, Silveira AC. Hábitos alimentares, infecção natural e distribuição de triatomíneos domiciliados na região Nordeste do Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1981;15(2):113-64.

138. Forattini OP, Silva EOS, Barata JMS, Boainain E. Nota sobre novo caso autóctone de tripanossomíase americana no litoral sul do Estado de São Paulo. Rev Saude Publica.1981;15(3):350-2.

139. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Santos JLF, Galati EAB, Rabello EX, Natal D. Observações sobre atividade de mosquitos Culicidae, em mata residual no Vale do Ribeira, S.Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica.1981;15(6):557-86.

140. Forattini OP, Barata JMS, Dallatorre CC, Buralli GM. Nota sobre domiciliação de Panstrongylus megistus no litoral sul do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1982;16(2);127-31.

141. Forattini OP, Barata JMS, Santos JLF, Silveira AC. Hábitos alimentares, infecção natural e distribuição de triatomíneos domiciliados na região central do Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1982;16(4):171-204.

142. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Rabello EX, Barata JMS, Santos JLF. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XVII - Desenvolvimento da domiciliação triatomínea regional, no centro de endemismo de Triatoma sordida. Rev Saude Publica. 1983;17(3):159-99.

143. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Rabello EX, Barata JMS, Santos JLF. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XVIII - Desenvolvimento e ciclos anuais de colônias de Triatoma infestans, T.sordida e Rhodnius neglectus em ecótopos artificiais no ambiente peri e extradomiciliar. Rev Saude Publica. 1983;17(4):243-62.

144. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Rabello EX, Barata JMS, Santos JLF. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XIX - Desenvolvimento da domiciliação triatomínea regional. em centro de endemismo de Panstrongylus megistus. Rev Saude Publica. 1983;17(6):436-60.

145. Mitchell CJ, Forattini OP. Experimental transmission of Rocio encephalitis virus by Aedes scapularis (Diptera, Culicidae) from the epidemic zone in Brazil. J Med Entomol. 1984;21(1):34-7.

146. Forattini OP, Ferreira OA, Rabello EX, Barata JMS, Santos JLF. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XX - Desenvolvimento e ciclos anuais de colônias de Panstrongylus megistus em ecótopos artificiais, no ambiente peri e extradomiciliar. Rev Saude Publica. 1984;18(1):30-40.

147. Forattini OP, Rabello EX, Ferreira OA, Silva EOS, Santos JLF. Aspectos ecológicos da tripanossomíase americana. XXI - Comportamento de espécies triatomíneas silvestres na reinfestação do intra e do peridomicílio. Rev Saude Publica.1984;18(3):185-208.

148. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. A new species of Culex (Melanoconion) from southern Brazil (Diptera:Culicidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1985;19(2):171-82.

149. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Natal D,Santos JLF.- Observações sobre atividade de mosquitos Culicidae em mata primitiva da encosta no Vale do Ribeira, São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1986;20(1):1-20.

150. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Natal D, Santos JLF. Observações sobre atividade de mosquitos Culicidae em matas primitivas da planície e perfís epidemiológicos de vários ambientes no Vale do Ribeira, São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica.1986;20(3):178-203.

151. Mitchell CJ, Forattini OP, Miller BR. Vector competence experiments with Rocio virus and three mosquito species from the epidemic zone in Brazil. Rev Saude Publica.1986;20(3):171-7.

152. Forattini OP. Identificação do Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Skuse) no Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1986;20(3):244-5.

153. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Studies on some species of Culex (Melanoconion), with the description of a new one from southern Brazil (Diptera:Culicidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1987;21(2):123-56.

154. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Natal D, Kakitani I, Marucci D. Preferências alimentares de mosquitos Culicidae no Vale do Ribeira, São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1987;21(3):171-87.

155. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Natal D, Kakitani I, Marucci D. Freqüência domiciliar e endofilia de mosquitos Culicidae no Vale do Ribeira, São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1987;21(3):188-92.

156. Forattini OP. Comportamento exófilo de Anopheles darlingi Root, em Região Meridional do Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1987;21(4):291-304.

157. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. A new species of Culex (Melanoconion) from inland southern Brazil (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1987;19(2):167-72.

158. Gomes AC, Forattini OP, Natal D. Composição e atividade de mosquitos Culicidae. Emprego de armadilha CDC no Vale do Ribeira, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1987;21(5):363-70.

159. Sallum MAM, Uramoto K, Forattini OP. Redescription, and resurrection from synonymy of Aedes (Ochlerotatus) rhyacophilus Costa Lima, 1933. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1988;83(1):67-77.

160. Forattini OP, Gomes AC. Biting activity of Aedes scapularis (Rondani) and Haemagogus mosquitoes in southern Brazil (Diptera:Culicidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1988;22(2):84-93.

161. Forattini OP, Gomes AC. Biting activity patterns of Culex (Melanoconion) ribeirensis in southern Brazil. J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 1988;4(2):175-8.

162. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM, Kakitani I. Catálogo das Coleções Entomológicas da Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidade de São Paulo - (2ª série II) - Culicidae. Rev Saude Publica. 1988; 22(6):519-47.

163. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Natal D, Kakitani I, Marucci D. Preferências alimentares e domiciliação de mosquitos Culicidae no Vale do Ribeira, São Paulo, Brasil, com especial referência a Aedes scapularis e a Culex(Melanoconion). Rev Saude Publica.1989;23(1):9-19.

164. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. A new species of Culex (Melanoconion) from Atlantic Tropical system of Southern Brazil (Diptera:Culicidae). Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1989;84(1):1-4.

165. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Redescription of Culex (Melanoconion)delpontei Duret, 1968 and of Cx.(Mel.) pereyrai Duret, 1967, from Southern Brazil. Proc Entomol Soc Wash. 1989;91(3):473-85.

166. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Redescription of Culex (Melanoconion) sacchettae Sirivanakarn and Jakob, 1981, with the description of immature stages (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1989;21:117-32.

167. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Taxonomic study and redescription of Culex (Melanoconion) theobaldi (Lutz, 1904) (Diptera:Culicidae). Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1989;84 Supl:201-8.

168. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Kakitani I. Observações sobre mosquitos Culicidae adultos em cultivo irrigado de arroz no Vale do Ribeira, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 1989;23(4):307-12.

1990 decade

169. Forattini OP. Os cimicídeos e sua importância em saúde pública (Hemiptera-Heteroptera;Cimicidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1990;24 Supl:1-37.

170. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Redescription of Culex (Melanoconion) lopesi Sirivanakarn and Jakob 1979, with the description of immature stages (Diptera:Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1990;22:57-66.

171. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Santos JLF, Kakitani I, Marucci D. Freqüência ao ambiente humano e dispersão de mosquitos Culicidae em área adjacente à mata Atlântica primitiva da planície. Rev Saude Publica. 1990;24(2):101-7.

172. Gomes AC, Forattini OP. Abrigos de mosquitos Culex (Culex) em zona rural (Diptera:Culicidae). Rev Saude Publica.1990;24(5):394-7.

173. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM, Flores DC. Gynandromorphs of some Culex (Melanoconion) species. J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 1991;7(1):129-31.

174. Forattini OP. Qualidade de vida e meio urbano. A cidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica.1991;25(2):75-86.

175. Forattini OP, Gomes AC, Kakitani I, Marucci D. Observações sobre domiciliação de mosquitos Culex (Melanoconion) em ambiente com acentuadas modificações antrópicas. Rev Saude Publica. 1991;25(4):257-66.

176. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. A new species of Culex (Melanoconion) from the Amazonian region (Diptera: Culicidae). Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1992;87(2):265-74.

177. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Cibarial armature as taxonomic character for the Spissipes Section of Culex (Melanoconion) (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1992;24(1):70-84.

178. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Redescription of Culex (Melanoconion) inadmirabilis Dyar and synonymy of Culex (Melanoconion) mistura Komp and Rozeboom (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1993;25(2):77-88.

179. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Taxonomic study of some species of Educator Group of Culex (Melanoconion) (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1993;25(2):89-109.

180. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Gomes AC. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 1 - Parity of blood seeking Anopheles (Kerteszia) in south-eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1993;27(1):1-8.

181. Forattini OP, Marucci D. The scanning electron microscopy of Anopheles (Kerteszia) eggs. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1993;88(3):349-52.

182. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 2 - Immature stages survey at the rice irrigation system in southeastern Brazil. Rev. Saude Publica. 1993;27(4):227-36.

183. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 3 - Adults stage survey at the rice irrigation system and the emergence of the Anopheles albitarsis in the Ribeira Valley, São Paulo State, Brazil. Rev Saude Publica.1993;27(5):313-25.

184. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 4 - Resting adults survey and synanthropic behaviour in southeastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1993;27(6):398-411.

185. Marques CA, Forattini OP, Massad E. The basic reproduction number for dengue fever in São Paulo State, Brazil; 1990/1991 Epidemic. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 1994;88(1):58-9.

186. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 5 - Breeding of Anopheles albitarsis in flooded rice fields in South-Eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1994;28(5):329-31.

187. Forattini OP.Conduta na ciência. Rev Saude Publica. 1994;28(4):247-8.

188. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 6 - Breeding in empty conditions of rice fields in South-Eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1994;28(6):395-9.

189. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 7 - Behaviour of adults Nyssorhynchus anophelinae with special reference to Anopheles albitarsis s.l. in South-Eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica.1995;29(1):20-6.

190. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 8 - Survey of adult behaviour of Spissipes Section of Culex (Melanoconion) in South-Eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica.1995;29(2):100-7.

191. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment.9- Synanthropy and epidemiological vector role of Aedes scapularis in south-eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1995;29(3):199-207.

192. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 10 - Survey of adult behaviour of Culex nigripalpus and other species of Culex (Culex) in south-eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1995;29(4):271-8.

193. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM. Two new species of the Spissipes Section of Culex (Melanoconion) (Diptera, Culicidae). Mosq Syst. 1995;27:125-42.

194. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 11 - Biting activity and blood-seeking parity of Anopheles (Kerteszia) in south-eastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 1996; 30(2):107-114.

195. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Massad E, Marucci D. Studies on mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and anthropic environment. 12 - Host-seeking behaviour of Anopheles albitarsis s.l. in South-Eastern Brasil. Rev Saude Publica.1996;30(4):299-303.

196. Sallum MAM, Forattini OP. Revision of the Spissipes Section of Culex (Melanoconion) (Diptera: Culicidae). J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 1996;12(3 Pt 2):517-600.

197. Forattini OP. A tríade da publicação científica. Rev Saude Publica. 1996;30(1):3-12.

198. Sallum MAM, Almirón WR, Forattini OP. Culex (Culex) interfor dyar (Diptera: Culicidae), morphological description including previously unknown life stages. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1996;91(5):563-70.

199. Sallum MAM, Bergo ES, Forattini OP. First record of Anopheles benarrochi Gabaldón, Cova Garcia & Lopez from the State of São Paulo, southern Brazil. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1997;92(2):233-4.

200. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM, Flores DC. Description of the egg of Anopheles (Anopheles) intermedius (Peryassu, 1908) (Diptera: Culicidae) by scanning electron microscopy. Rev Inst Med Trop. 1997;39(1):5-10.

201. Forattini OP. A língua Franca da Ciência. Rev Saude Publica. 1997;31(1):3-8.

202. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Sallum MAM, Rezende L. Produtividade de criadouro de Aedes albopictus em ambiente urbano. Rev Saude Publica. 1997;31(6):545-55.

203. Wilkerson RC, Sallum MAM, Forattini OP. Redescription of Anopheles (Anopheles) shannoni: a member of the Arribalzagia series from the Amazon Basin (Diptera: Culicidae). Proc Entomol Soc Wash. 1997;99(3):461-71.

204. Forattini OP. O Brasil e a Medicina Tropical. Rev Saude Publica. 1997;31(2):116-20.

205. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Sallum MAM. Encontro de criadouros de Aedes scapularis (Diptera: Culicidae) em recipientes artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1997;31(5):519-22.

206. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM, Marques GRAM, Flores DC. Description of the eggs of Anopheles (Kerteszia) laneanus and Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) antunesi (Diptera: Culicidae) by scanning electron microscopy. J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 1997;13(4):368-74.

207. Forattini OP, Massad E. Culicidae vectors and anthropic changes in a Southern Brazil natural ecosystem. Ecosyst Health. 1998;4(1):9-19.

208. Massad E, Forattini OP. Modelling the temperature sensitivity of some physiological parameters of epidemiologic significance. Ecosyst Health. 1998;4(2):119-29.

209. Forattini OP, Marques GRAM, Kakitani I,Brito M, Sallum MAM. Significado epidemiológico dos criadouros de Aedes albopictus em bromélias. Rev Saude Publica. 1998;32(2):186-8.

210. Forattini OP, Marques GRAM, Brito M, Sallum MAM. An unusual ground larval habitat of Aedes albopictus. Rev Inst Med Trop. 1998;40(2):121-2.

211. Forattini OP, Sallum MAM, Bergo ES, Flôres DC. The ultrastructure of the eggs of Anopheles rondoni, Anopheles lutzii and Anopheles parvus, three species of the subgenus Nyssorhynchus (Diptera: Culicidae). J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 1998;14(3):256-65.

212. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Marques GRAM, Brito M. Formas imaturas de anofelíneos em recipientes artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1998;32(2):189-91.

213. Forattini OP. Mosquitos Culicidae como vetores emergentes de infecções. Rev Saude Publica. 1998;32(6):497-502.

214. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Marques GRAM, Brito M. Novos encontros de anofelíneos em recipientes artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 1998;32(6):598-9.

215. Forattini OP. A Ciência e a Sociedade. Rev Saude Publica. 1999;33(1):107-8.

216. Forattini OP. Taxonomia da malária e as novas tecnologias. Médicos. 1999;2(7):56-7.

217. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Santos RL, Ueno HM, Kobayashi KM. Role of Anopheles (Kerteszia) bellator as malaria vector in south-eastern Brazil. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1999;94(6):715-8.

218. Santos RLC, Forattini OP.Marcação-soltura-recaptura para determinar o tamanho da população natural de Anopheles albitarsis l.s. (Diptera: Culicidae). Rev Saude Publica. 1999;33(3):309-313.

219. Sallum MAM, Wilkerson RC, Forattini OP.Taxonomic study of species formerly identified as Anopheles mediopunctatus (Theobald) and resurrection of An. costai (Diptera: Culicidae). J Med Entomol. 1999;36(3):282-300.

2000 decade

220. Kakitani I, Forattini OP. Paridade e desenvolvimento ovariano de Anopheles albitarsis l.s. em área de agro-ecossistema irrigado. Revista Saude Publica. 2000;34(1):33-8.

221. Forattini OP. Reemergência de infecções. Rev Saude Publica. 2000;34(2):111-2.

222. Sallum MAM, Forattini OP, Wilkerson RC. Redescription of the adult and larva and first description of the pupa of Anopheles (Kerteszia) laneanus. J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 2000;16(2):86-92.

223. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Santos RLC, Kobayashi KM, Ueno HM, Fernandez Z.Comportamento de Aedes albopictus e de Ae. scapularis adultos (Diptera: Culicidae) no sudeste do Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 2000;34(5):461-7.

224. Forattini OP, Kakitani I, Santos RLC, Kobayashi KM, Ueno HM, Fernandez Z. Potencial sinantrópico de mosquitos Kerteszia e Culex (Diptera: Culicidae) no sudeste do Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 2000;34(6):565-9.

225. Forattini OP, Marques GRAM. Nota sobre o encontro de Aedes aegypti em bromélias. Rev Saude Publica. 2000; 34(5):543-4.

226. Marques GRAM, Santos RLC, Forattini OP. Aedes albopictus em bromélias de ambiente antrópico no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 2001;35(3):243-8.

227. Sallum MAM, Kobayashi KM, Forattini OP. Description of immature stages of Culex ocossa Dyar & Knab, Culex delpontei Duret and Culex pereyrai Duret of the Melanoconion subgenus (Diptera: Culicidae). Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 2001;96(7):927-43.

228. Forattini OP, Kakitani I,Ueno HM. Emergência de Aedes albopictus em recipientes artificiais. Rev Saude Publica. 2001;35(5):456-60.

229. Forattini OP.O pensamento epidemiológico evolutivo sobre infecções. Rev Saude Publica. 2002;36(3):257-62.

230. Sallum MAM, Bergo ES, Forattini OP, Flores DC. The eggs of Anopheles galvaoi and Anopheles evansae two species of the subgenus Nyssorhynchus (Diptera: Culicidae). J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 2002;18(1):10-5.

231. Santos RLC, Forattini OP, Burattini MN. Laboratory and field observations on duration of gonotrophic cycle of Anopheles albitarsis s.l. (Diptera: Culicidae) in Southeastern Brazil. J Med Entomol. 2002;39(6):926-30.

232. Sallum MAM, Bergo ES, Flores DC, Forattini OP.Systematic studies on Anopheles galvaoi Causey, Deane & Deane from subgenus Nyssorhynchus Blanchard (Diptera: Culicidae). Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 2002;97(8):1177-89

233. Kakitani I, Ueno HM, Forattini OP.A paridade e a influência do vento sobre a hematofagia de Anopheles marajoara e freqüência de Aedes scapularis no Vale do Ribeira, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil (Diptera: Culicidae). Rev Saude Publica. 2003;37(3):280-4.

234. Forattini OP, Brito M. Reservatório domiciliares de água e controle do Aedes aegypti. Rev Saude Publica. 2003;37(5):676-7.

235. Fernández Z, Moncayo AC, Carrara AS, Forattini OP, Weaver SC. Vector competence of rural and urban strains of Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) from São Paulo State, Brazil for IC, ID, and IF subtypes of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus. J Med Entomol. 2003;40(4):522-7.

236. Forattini OP. Epidemiology and phylogenetic relationships of dengue viruses. Dengue Bull. 2003;27:91-4.

237. Brito M, Forattini OP. Produtividade de criadouros de Aedes albopictus no Vale do Paraíba, SP, Brasil. Rev Saude Publica. 2004;38(2):209-15.

238. Fernández Z, Moncayo A, Forattini OP, Weaver SC. Susceptibility of urban and rural populations of Aedes albopictus from São Paulo State, Brazil, to infection by dengue-1 and -2 viruses. J Med Entomol. 2004;41(5):961-4.

239. Santos RLC, Forattini OP, Burattini MN. Anopheles albitarsis s.l. (Diptera: Culicidae) survivorship and density in a rice irrigation area of the State of São Paulo, Brasil. J Med Entomol. 2004;41(5):997-1000.

240. Marques GR, Forattini OP. Aedes albopictus in soil bromeliads in Ilhabela, coastal area of Southeastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 2005;39(4):548-52.

241. Rafael MS, Santos-Junior IP, Tadei WP, Sallum MA, Forattini OP. Karyotype of Brazilian Anopheles albitarsis sensu lato (Diptera:Culicidae). Genet Mol Res. 2005;4(4):684-90.

242. Rafael MS, Santos IP Jr, Tadei WP, Carvalho KA, Recco-Pimente SM, Sallum MA, Forattini OP. Cytogenetic study of Anopheles albitarsis (Diptera: Culicidae) by C-banding and in situ hybridization. Hereditas. 2006;143(2006):62-7.

243. Ueno HM, Forattini OP, Kakitani I. Vertical and seasonal distribution of Anopheles (Kerteszia) in Ilha Comprida, Southeastern Brazil. Rev Saude Publica. 2007;41(2):269-75.

 

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1. Forattini OP. Culicoides da Região Neotropical (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Estudo monográfico. Arq Fac Hig Saude Publica Univ Sao Paulo. 1957;11(2):161-526.

2. Forattini OP. Entomologia médica. Parte geral, Diptera, Anophelini. São Paulo: Faculdade de Saúde Pública da USP; 1962. v.1, 662p.

3. Forattini OP. Entomologia médica. Culicini: Culex, Aedes e Psorophora. São Paulo: Editora da USP; 1965. v.2, 506p.

4. Forattini OP. Entomologia médica. Culicini: Haemagogus, Mansonia, Culiseta, Sabethini, Toxorhynchitini, Arboviroses, Filariose bancroftiana, Genética. São Paulo: Editora da USP; 1965. v.3, 415p.

5. Forattini OP. Entomologia médica. Psychodidae, Phlebotominae, Leishmanioses, Bartonelose. São Paulo: Edgard Blücher/Editora da USP; 1973.v.4, 658p.

6. Forattini OP. Epidemiologia geral. São Paulo: Artes Médicas; 1980. 259p.

7. Forattini OP. Sampling triatomine vectors. In: Youdeowei A, Service MW, editors. Pest and vector management in the tropics. London: Longman: 1983. 399p.

8. Forattini OP. Chagas' disease and human behavior. In: Service MW, editor. - Demography and vector-borne diseases. Boca Raton: CRC Press; 1989. p.107-20.

9. Forattini OP. Ecologia, epidemiologia e sociedade. São Paulo: Artes Médicas/Editora da Universidade de São Paulo; 1992. 529p.

10. Forattini OP. Epidemiologia geral. 2.ed. São Paulo: Artes Médicas; 1996. 210 p.

11. Forattini OP. Culicidologia médica. Princípios gerais, morfologia, glossário taxonômico. São Paulo: Editora da USP; 1996. v.1. 548p.

12. Forattini OP. O ser e ser humano. São Paulo: Editora da USP; 2000. v.1, 245p.

13. Forattini OP. Culicidologia médica: identificação, biologia, epidemologia. São Paulo: Editora da USP; 2002. v.2, 864p.

14. Forattini OP. Conceitos básicos da epidemiologia molecular. São Paulo: Editora da USP: 2005, 133p.

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HANSON, W.D. The breakup of initial linkage bloks under selected mating systems. Genetics, Baltimore, 44:857-868, 1959a.        [ Links ]

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