Dharshini, S., M. Vinobaba, P.J. Jude, S.H.P.P. Karunaratne and S.N. Surendran, 2011. Prevalence and insecticide susceptibility of dengue vectors in the district of Batticaloa of eastern Sri Lanka. Trop. Med. Health, 39: 47-52.Direct Link |
Gajapathy, K. and S.N. Surendran, 2011. Sergentomyia
) (Diptera; Psychodidae; Phlebotominae) in Sri Lanka evidence for the presence of Sergentomyia
) pondicherriensis and Sergentomyia
) dentata in the country. J. Entomol., 8: 512-529.Direct Link |
Gajapathy, K., P.J. Jude and S.N. Surendran, 2011. Morphometric and meristic characterization of Phlebotomus argentipes species complex in northern Sri Lanka: Evidence for the presence of potential leishmaniasis vectors in the country. Trop. Biomed., 28: 259-268.
Jude, P.J., S. Dharshini, M. Vinobaba, S.N. Surendran and R. Ramasamy, 2010. Anopheles culicifacies
breeding in brackish waters in Sri Lanka and implications for malaria control. Malaria J., 9: 106-106.CrossRef |
Kannathasan, S., A. Antonyrajan, K.A. Srikrishnaraj, S.H. Karunaratne, N.D. Karunaweera and S.N. Surendran, 2008. Studies on prevalence of anopheline species and community perception of malaria in Jaffna district, Sri Lanka. J. Vector Borne Dis., 45: 231-239.PubMed |
Kannathasan, S., A. Antonyrajan, N.D. Karunaweera, S. Anno and S.N. Surendrn, 2009. Identification of potential malaria risk areas of Jaffna district, northern Sri Lanka: A GIS approach. J. National Sci. Found. Sri Lanka, 37: 223-225.Direct Link |
Ramasamy, R. and S.N. Surendran, 2011. Possible impact of rising sea level on vector-borne infectious diseases. BMC Infectious Dis., 11: 18-18.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N. and A. Kajatheepan, 2007. Perception and personal protective measures towards mosquito bites by communities in Jaffna District, Northern Sri Lanka. J. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc., 23: 182-186.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N. and R. Ramasamy, 2005. Some characteristics of the larval breeding sites of Anopheles culicifacies species B and E in Sri Lanka. J. Vector Borne Dis., 42: 39-44.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N. and R. Ramasamy, 2010. The Anopheles culicifacies and An subpictus species complexes in Sri Lanka and their implications for malaria control in the island. Trop. Med. Health, 38: 1-11.
Surendran, S.N., 2004. Anopheline species complexes and malaria transmission: The present scenario in Sri Lanka. Proc. Jaffna Sci. Assoc., 13: 89-96.
Surendran, S.N., 2008. Leishmaniasis: An emerging vector-borne disease in Sri Lanka. Invited Lect. Proc. Jaffna Sci. Assoc., 15: 13-16.
Surendran, S.N., 2011. Anopheline Species Complexes in Sri Lanka: A Bio-Ecological Perspective. In: Entomology-Ecology and Biodiversity, Tyagi, B.K. and V. Veer, (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, India, pp: 216-226.
Surendran, S.N., A. Kajatheepan and R. Ramasamy, 2007. Socio-environmental factors and sandfly prevalence in Delft island, Sri Lanka-implications for leishmaniasis vector control. J. Vect. Borne Dis., 44: 65-68.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N., A. Kajatheepan and S. Kannathasan, 2007. Evaluation of the effectiveness of lambdacyhalothrin (ICON) indoor residual spraying against sand fly populations: A field based study in Delft Island, Sri Lanka. J. Commun. Dis., 39: 189-191.
Surendran, S.N., A. Kajatheepan, K.F.A. Sanjeefkumar and P.J. Jude, 2007. Seasonality and insecticide susceptibility of dengue vectors: An ovitrap based survey in a residential area in northern Sri Lanka. Southeast Asian J. Trop. Med. Public Health, 38: 276-282.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N., A. Kajatheepan, N.J. Hawkes and R. Ramasamy, 2005. First report on the presence of morphospecies A and B of Phlebotomus argentipes sensu lato
(Diptera: Psychodidae) in Sri Lanka: Implications for leishmaniasis transmission. J. Vector Borne Dis., 42: 155-158.Direct Link |
Surendran, S.N., A. Kajatheepan, P.J. Jude and R. Ramasamy, 2008. Use of tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus, for the control of mosquito breeding in water storage tanks in the Jaffna district of Sri Lanka. Trop. Med. Health, 36: 107-110.
Surendran, S.N., M.S. Ramasamy, B.G. De Silva and R. Ramasamy, 2006. Anopheles culicifacies sibling species B and E in Sri Lanka differ in longevity and in their susceptibility to malaria parasite infection and common insecticides. Med. Vet. Entomol., 20: 153-156.
Surendran, S.N., N.J. Hawkes, A. Steven, J. Hemingway and R. Ramasamy, 2006. Molecular studies of Anopheles culicifacies (Diptera: Culicidae) in Sri Lanka: Sibling species B and E show sequence identity at multiple loci. Eur. J. Entomol., 103: 233-237.
Surendran, S.N., P.J. Jude and R. Ramasamy, 2011. Variations in salinity tolerance of malaria vectors of the Anopheles subpictus
complex in Sri Lanka and the implications for malaria transmission. Parasites Vectors, 4: 117-117.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N., P.J. Jude, O.P. Singh and R. Ramasamy, 2010. Genetic evidence for the presence of malaria vectors of Anopheles sundaicus complex in Sri Lanka with morphological characteristics attributed to Anopheles subpictus species B. Malaria J., 9: 343-343.
Surendran, S.N., S. Kannathasan, A. Kajatheepan and P.J. Jude, 2007. Chikungunya-type fever outbreak: Some aspects related to this new epidemic in Jaffna district, northern Sri Lanka. Trop. Med. Health., 35: 249-252.
Surendran, S.N., S.H.P.P. Karunaratne, Z. Adams, J. Hemingway and N.J. Hawkes, 2005. Molecular and biochemical characterization of a sand fly population from Sri Lanka: Evidence for insecticide resistance due to altered esterases and acetlycholinesterase. Bull. Entomol. Res., 95: 371-380.CrossRef |
Surendran, S.N., T.A. Abhayawardana, B.G. De Silva, R. Ramasamy and M.S. Ramasamy, 2000. Anopheles culicifacies Y-chromosome dimorphism indicates sibling species (B and E) with different malaria vector potential in Sri Lanka. Med. Vet. Entomol., 14: 437-440.PubMed |
Surendran, S.N., V. Kumaran, R. Sivarajah, S.R. Krishnarajah, R. Srikaranand and K. Raghavendra, 2009. A note on the larvicidal efficacy of saponin constituted crude extracts of plant and animal source against Aedes aegypti
L. J. National Sci. Found. Sri Lanka, 37: 215-217.CrossRef |
Uthayarasa, K., S.N. Surendran, M.K. Pathmanathan and J.P. Jeyadevan, 2010. Larvicidal efficacy of crude extracts of Emblica officinalis and Eucalyptus citriodora against Aedes aegypti L. Int. J. Pharm. Biol. Arch., 1: 467-472.