Study of new physiological characteristics as protein receptors (RP55) of light, color, heat, motion, smell, electric, vibration and position located in head, body and abdominal, found in mosquito larvae.

Vásquez Hidalgo, Antonio (2016) Study of new physiological characteristics as protein receptors (RP55) of light, color, heat, motion, smell, electric, vibration and position located in head, body and abdominal, found in mosquito larvae. Discussion Paper. Universidad de El Salvador.Facultad de Medicina, San Salvador. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The main objective of the research is to demonstrate new physiological characteristics receptors in the presence of mosquito larvae. 100 larvae of different species were collected and studied for a week in periods of 8-24 hrs. Larvae stages I, II, III and IV have photo-thermo receptors of light and heat housed in the body is divided into head, thorax and abdomen, perceive hot or cold environments, and have fibers in chest or hairs lining your body or abdomen, and a pair of antennae on the head. Stages II and III are more developed than the initial stages. They are attracted by the dark green at the bottom, a pair of eyes that perceive light and color. Have receptors proteins (RP55) that capture motion at a speed the slightest movement of waves in the water. Its nose is not well developed but have chemoreceptors. They adapt to changes in pH in alkaline media, are sensitive to chemical, thermal and mechanical changes nociceptors have electroreceptors or galvanoreceptores sensitive to electrical stimuli, have mechanoreceptors that are sensitive to touch, pain, pressure, gravity, sound. They have a GPS position that seems the guides. It is precisely in the fibers, mushrooms or bristles are recipients along with the micro villi in head, thorax and abdomen.<BR> RESUMEN El objetivo principal de la investigación es demostrar nuevas características fisiológicas como la presencia de receptores en las larvas de mosquitos. Se recolectaron 100 larvas de diferentes especies y se estudiaron por una semana en periodos de 8 a 24 hrs. Las larvas de los estadios I,II,III y IV tienen foto-termo receptores de luz y calor alojados en el cuerpo que se divide en cabeza, tórax y abdomen, perciben ambientes fríos o calientes, así como tienen fibras en tórax o pelos que recubren su cuerpo, y un par de antenas en la cabeza. Los estadios II y III son más desarrollados que las etapas iniciales. Tienen receptores proteicos RP55. Les atrae el color verde oscuro en el fondo, un par de ojos que perciben la luz y color con fotoreceptores. Tienen receptores RP55 de movimiento que captan a una velocidad el más mínimo movimiento de ondas en el agua. Su olfato no está muy desarrollado pero tienen quimioreceptores. Se adaptan a cambios de pH en medios alcalinos, tienen nociceptores sensibles a cambios químicos, térmicos y mecánicos, tienen galvanoreceptores o electroreceptores sensibles a estímulos eléctricos, tienen mecanoreceptores que son sensibles al tacto, dolor, presión gravedad, sonido. Tienen un GPS de posición que pareciera las orienta.

Item Type: Monograph (Discussion Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Larvas,receptor,mosquitos,vector,enfermedades
Subjects: 600 Tecnología (Ciencias aplicadas) > 610 Ciencias médicas. Medicina, profesionales, personal médico, enfermeria > 613 Promoción de la salud, medio ambiente, dietética, aseo personal, actitud física, abuso de drogas, control natal e higiene sexual
Divisions: Facultad de Medicina > Doctorado en Medicina
Depositing User: Orlando Montano
Date Deposited: 20 Sep 2016 16:37
Last Modified: 26 Sep 2016 16:01
URI: http://ri.ues.edu.sv/id/eprint/11012

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