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Detalhes

Detalhes da disciplina

DisciplinaTópicos Especiais em Biodiversidade: Diversidade e distribuição de insetos ectoparasitas.
CódigoBDV-012.13
Tipo Biodiversidade e Conservação
Nº de créditos 4
Carga Horária30 Teorica / 30 Prática
Professores
  • Dr. Jose Manuel Macario Rebelo
Ementa
A disciplina oportuniza o desenvolvimento de uma visão crítica e articulada dos conhecimentos acerca da diversidade de insetos vetores por meio da apresentação de conteúdos de filogeografia, paleogeografia e biologia molecular. Nessa perspectiva estuda a origem e dispersão de Triatomíneos, Flebotomíneos e Anofelinos na Região Amazônica, com enfoque nos clados que contém representantes competentes na transmissão de Trypanosoma cruzi, Leishmania e Plasmodium, patógenos de importantes doenças tropicais.
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