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Int. J. Life. Sci. Scienti. Res., 3(6): 1509-1515, November 2017

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 http://dx.doi.org/10.21276/ijlssr.2017.3.6.14 Zika Virus: A Review Areena Hoda Siddiqui1*, Chandranandani Negi2, Sunita Singh3, Shabnam Parveen4 1Consultant Microbiologist, Department of Lab Medicine, Sahara Hospital, Lucknow, India 2Lecturer, Department of Biotechnology, Dr. P. D. B. H Govt. P.G. College, Kotdwara, Uttarakhand, India 3Research Officer, Department of Microbiology, King George Medical University, Lucknow, India 4Regional Coordinator, International Journal of Life Sciences Scientific Research, India
*Address for Correspondence: Dr. Areena Hoda Siddiqui, Consultant Microbiologist, Department of Lab Medicine, Sahara Hospital, Lucknow, India
ABSTRACT-Zika virus is a mosquito transmitted flavivirus belongs to family Flaviviridae, which became the focus of an ongoing pandemic and public health emergency all around the world.  Zika virus (ZIKV) has 2 lineages: African and Asian. Mosquito-borne flaviviruses are thought to initially replicate in dendritic cells and then spread to lymp…

Int. J. Life. Sci. Scienti. Res., 3(6): 1424-1432, November 2017

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Review on Beetles (Coleopteran): An Agricultural Major Crop Pests of the World Dr. S. S. Patole* Associate Professor, Department of Zoology V.V. M’s S. G. Patil ASC College,Dhule (M.S.), India
Address for Correspondence: Dr. S. S. Patole, Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, V.V. M’s S. G. Patil ASC College, Sakri Dist- Dhule (M.S.)- 424304, India
ABSTRACT-The present review deals on major Coleopteran beetles of agricultural crop pests include 45 genera and 55 species from 15 families. Most of beetles are pest of cereals and millets (3), oil seed crops (2), fibre crops (4), vegetables (11), temperate fruits (7), sub-tropical and tropical fruits (9), ornamental plants (2), plantation crop (8), spices (4) and stored grains (5). Among families; Curculionidae was dominated by 12 (21.8 %) species followed by Chrysomelidae 10(18.18 %), Cerambycidae 9(16.3 %), Scarabaeridae 6(10.9 %), Coccinellidae 3(5.4 %), Apionidae, Bostrychidae, Brachidae, Buprestidae and Scolytidae each with two spec…