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The Faculty of Medicine - Microbiology and Molecular Genetics: Schlein Yosef

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 Last updated June 2021 - School of Pharmacy

List of Publications

(1) Diarra RA, Traore MM, Junnila A, Traore SF, Doumbia S, Revay EE, et al. Testing configurations of attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) stations in Mali, West Africa, for improving the control of malaria parasite transmission by vector mosquitoes and minimizing their effect on non-target insects. Malar J 2021;20(1).

(2) Traore MM, Junnila A, Traore SF, Doumbia S, Revay EE, Kravchenko VD, et al. Large-scale field trial of attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) for the control of malaria vector mosquitoes in Mali, West Africa. Malar J 2020;19(1).

(3) Sissoko F, Junnila A, Traore MM, Traore SF, Doumbia S, Dembele SM, et al. Frequent sugar feeding behavior by Aedes aegypti in Bamako, Mali makes them ideal candidates for control with attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB). PLoS ONE 2019;14(6).

(4) Muller GC, Junnila A, Traore MM, Traore SF, Doumbia S, Sissoko F, et al. The invasive shrub Prosopis juliflora enhances the malaria parasite transmission capacity of Anopheles mosquitoes: A habitat manipulation experiment. Malar J 2017;16(1).

(5) Zhu L, Müller GC, Marshall JM, Arheart KL, Qualls WA, Hlaing WM, et al. Is outdoor vector control needed for malaria elimination? An individual-based modelling study. Malar J 2017;16(1).

(6) Müller GC, Junnila A, Traore MM, Revay EE, Traore SF, Doumbia S, et al. A novel window entry/exit trap for the study of endophilic behavior of mosquitoes. Acta Trop 2017;167:137-141.

(7) Zhu L, Marshall JM, Qualls WA, Schlein Y, McManus JW, Arheart KL, et al. Modelling optimum use of attractive toxic sugar bait stations for effective malaria vector control in Africa. Malar J 2015;14(1).

(8) Schlein Y, Müller GC. Decrease of larval and subsequent adult Anopheles sergentii populations following feeding of adult mosquitoes from Bacillus sphaericus-containing attractive sugar baits. Parasites Vectors 2015;8(1).

(9) Schlein Y, Müller GC. Decrease of larval and subsequent adult Anopheles sergentii populations following feeding of adult mosquitoes from Bacillus sphaericus-containing attractive sugar baits. Parasites Vectors 2015;8(1).

(10) Junnila A, Revay EE, Müller GC, Kravchenko V, Qualls WA, Xue R-, et al. Efficacy of attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) against Aedes albopictus with garlic oil encapsulated in beta-cyclodextrin as the active ingredient. Acta Trop 2015;152:195-200.

(11) Revay EE, Schlein Y, Tsabari O, Kravchenko V, Qualls W, De-Xue R, et al. Formulation of attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) with safe EPA-exempt substance significantly diminishes the Anopheles sergentii population in a desert oasis. Acta Trop 2015;150:29-34.

(12) Qualls WA, Müller GC, Traore SF, Traore MM, Arheart KL, Doumbia S, et al. Indoor use of attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) to effectively control malaria vectors in Mali, West Africa. Malar J 2015;14(1).

(13) Zhu L, Qualls WA, Marshall JM, Arheart KL, Deangelis DL, McManus JW, et al. A spatial individual-based model predicting a great impact of copious sugar sources and resting sites on survival of Anopheles gambiae and malaria parasite transmission. Malar J 2015;14(1).

(14) Qualls WA, Müller GC, Khallaayoune K, Revay EE, Zhioua E, Kravchenko VD, et al. Control of sand flies with attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) and potential impact on non-target organisms in Morocco. Parasites Vectors 2015;8(1).

(15) Revay EE, Müller GC, Qualls WA, Kline DL, Naranjo DP, Arheart KL, et al. Control of Aedes albopictus with attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) and potential impact on non-target organisms in St. Augustine, Florida. Parasitol Res 2014;113(1):73-79.

(16) Khallaayoune K, Qualls WA, Revay EE, Allan SA, Arheart KL, Kravchenko VD, et al. Attractive toxic sugar baits: Control of mosquitoes with the low-risk active ingredient dinotefuran and potential impacts on nontarget organisms in Morocco. Environ Entomol 2013;42(5):1040-1045.

(17) Marshall JM, White MT, Ghani AC, Schlein Y, Muller GC, Beier JC. Quantifying the mosquito's sweet tooth: Modelling the effectiveness of attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) for malaria vector control. Malaria J 2013;12(1).

(18) Schlein Y, Müller GC. Diurnal resting behavior of adult Culex pipiens in an arid habitat in Israel and possible control measurements with toxic sugar baits. Acta Trop 2012;124(1):48-53.

(19) Müller GC, Kravchenko VD, Junnila A, Schlein Y. Tree-hole breeding mosquitoes in Israel. J Vector Ecol 2012;37(1):102-109.

(20) Müller GC, Hogsette JA, Beier JC, Traore SF, Toure MB, Traore MM, et al. Attraction of Stomoxys sp. to various fruits and flowers in Mali. Med Vet Entomol 2012;26(2):178-187.

(21) Müller GC, Revay EE, Hogsette JA, Zeegers T, Kline D, Kravchenko VD, et al. An annotated checklist of the horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) of the Sinai Peninsula Egypt with remarks on ecology and zoogeography. Acta Trop 2012;122(2):205-211.

(22) Beier JC, Müller GC, Gu W, Arheart KL, Schlein Y. Attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) methods decimate populations of Anopheles malaria vectors in arid environments regardless of the local availability of favoured sugar-source blossoms. Malaria J 2012;11.

(23) Müller GC, Zeegers T, Hogsette JA, Revay EE, Kravchenko VD, Leshvanov A, et al. An annotated checklist of the horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) of Lebanon with remarks on ecology and zoogeography: Pangoniinae and Chrysopsinae. J Vector Ecol 2012;37(1):216-220.

(24) Müller GC, Hogsette JA, Kravchenko VD, Revay EE, Schlein Y. New records and ecological remarks regarding the tribe Stomoxyini (Diptera: Muscidae) from Israel. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(2):468-470.

(25) Müller GC, Hogsette JA, Revay EE, Kravchenko VD, Leshvanov A, Schlein Y. New records for the horse fly fauna (Diptera: Tabanidae) of Jordan with remarks on ecology and zoogeography. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(2):447-450.

(26) Müller GC, Dryden MW, Revay EE, Kravchenko VD, Broce AB, Hampton K, et al. Understanding attraction stimuli of the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis, in non-chemical control methods. Med Vet Entomol 2011;25(4):413-420.

(27) Müller GC, Xue R-, Schlein Y. Differential attraction of Aedes albopictus in the field to flowers, fruits and honeydew. Acta Trop 2011;118(1):45-49.

(28) Müller GC, Schlein Y. Different methods of using attractive sugar baits (ATSB) for the control of Phlebotomus papatasi. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(SUPPL.1):S64-S70.

(29) Müller GC, Kravchenko VD, Schlein Y. Seasonal and spatial changes of sand fly species in a canyon in the Carmel Mountains. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(SUPPL.1):S118-S127.

(30) Junnila A, Müller GC, Schlein Y. Attraction of Phlebotomus papatasi to common fruit in the field. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(SUPPL.1):S206-S211.

(31) Müller GC, Revay EE, Schlein Y. Relative attraction of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi to local flowering plants in the Dead Sea region. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(SUPPL.1):S187-S194.

(32) Müller GC, Kravchenko VD, Rybalov L, Schlein Y. Characteristics of resting and breeding habitats of adult sand flies in the Judean Desert. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(SUPPL.1):S195-S205.

(33) Müller GC, Kravchenko VD, Rybalov L, Beier JC, Schlein Y. Characteristics of resting habitats of adult Phlebotomus papatasi in Neot Hakikar, an oasis south of the Dead Sea. J Vector Ecol 2011;36(SUPPL.1):S179-S186.

(34) Gu W, Müller G, Schlein Y, Novak RJ, Beier JC. Natural plant sugar sources of Anopheles mosquitoes strongly impact malaria transmission potential. PLoS ONE 2011;6(1).

(35) Junnila A, Müller GC, Schlein Y. Identification of plant tissues from the gut of Phlebotomus papatasi by DNA analysis. Acta Trop 2011;117(1):14-18.

(36) Schlein Y, Müller GC. Experimental control of Phlebotomus papatasi by spraying attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) on vegetation. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2010;104(12):766-771.

(37) Müller GC, Xue R-, Schlein Y. Seed pods of the carob tree ceratonia siliqua are a favored sugar source for the mosquito aedes albopictus in coastal Israel. Acta Trop 2010;116(3):235-239.

(38) Müller GC, Junnila A, Qualls W, Revay EE, Kline DL, Allan S, et al. Control of Culex quinquefasciatus in a storm drain system in Florida using attractive toxic sugar baits. Med Vet Entomol 2010;24(4):346-351.

(39) Müller GC, Beier JC, Traore SF, Toure MB, Traore MM, Bah S, et al. Field experiments of Anopheles gambiae attraction to local fruits/seedpods and flowering plants in Mali to optimize strategies for malaria vector control in Africa using attractive toxic sugar bait methods. Malaria J 2010;9(1).

(40) Junnila A, Müller GC, Schlein Y. Species identification of plant tissues from the gut of An. sergentii by DNA analysis. Acta Trop 2010;115(3):227-233.

(41) Müller GC, Beier JC, Traore SF, Toure MB, Traore MM, Bah S, et al. Successful field trial of attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) plant-spraying methods against malaria vectors in the Anopheles gambiae complex in Mali, West Africa. Malaria J 2010;9(1).

(42) Müller GC, Junnila A, Schlein Y. Effective control of adult culex pipiens by spraying an attractive toxic sugar bait solution in the vegetation near larval habitats. J Med Entomol 2010;47(1):63-66.

(43) Müller GC, Junnila A, Butler J, Kravchenko VD, Revay EE, Weiss RW, et al. Efficacy of the botanical repellents geraniol, linalool, and citronella against mosquitoes. J Vector Ecol 2009;34(1):2-8.

(44) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. High nocturnal CO2 emanation guides the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi to sugar-rich plants. Physiol Entomol 2008;33(4):353-359.

(45) Schlein Y, Müller GC. An approach to mosquito control: Using the dominant attraction of flowering Tamarix jordanis trees against culex pipiens. J Med Entomol 2008;45(3):384-390.

(46) Müller GC, Schlein Y. Efficacy of toxic sugar baits against adult cistern-dwelling Anopheles claviger. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2008;102(5):480-484.

(47) Matheson CD, Muller GC, Junnila A, Vernon K, Hausmann A, Miller MA, et al. A PCR method for detection of plant meals from the guts of insects. Org Diversity Evol 2008;7(4):294-303.

(48) Müller GC, Kravchenko VD, Schlein Y. Decline of Anopheles sergentii and Aedes caspius populations following presentation of attractive toxic (spinosad) sugar bait stations in an oasis. J Am Mosq Control Assoc 2008;24(1):147-149.

(49) Müller GC, Junnila A, Kravchenko VD, Revay EE, Butlers J, Schlein Y. Indoor protection against mosquito and sand fly bites: a comparison between citronella, linalool, and geraniol candles. J Am Mosq Control Assoc 2008;24(1):150-153.

(50) Müller GC, Junnila A, Kravchenko VD, Revay EE, Butler J, Orlova OB, et al. Ability of essential oil candles to repel biting insects in high and low biting pressure environments. J Am Mosq Control Assoc 2008;24(1):154-160.

(51) Jacobson RL, Studentsky L, Schlein Y. Glycolytic and chitinolytic activities of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) from diverse ecological habitats. Folia Parasitol 2007;54(4):301-309.

(52) Müller G, Schlein Y. Sugar questing mosquitoes in arid areas gather on scarce blossoms that can be used for control. Int J Parasitol 2006;36(10-11):1077-1080.

(53) Orshan L, Szekely D, Schnur H, Wilamowski A, Galer Y, Bitton S, et al. Attempts to control sand flies by insecticide-sprayed strips along the periphery of a village. J Vector Ecol 2006;31(1):113-117.

(54) Müller G, Schlein Y. Plant tissues: The frugal diet of mosquitoes in adverse conditions. Med Vet Entomol 2005;19(4):413-422.

(55) Jaffe CL, Baneth G, Abdeen ZA, Schlein Y, Warburg A. Leishmaniasis in Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Trends Parasitol 2004;20(7):328-332.

(56) Müller G, Schlein Y. Nectar and honeydew feeding of Phlebotomus papatasi in a focus of Leishmania major in Neot Hakikar oasis. J Vector Ecol 2004;29(1):154-158.

(57) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Linkage between susceptibility of Phlebotomus papatasi to Leishmania major and hunger tolerance. Parasitology 2002;125(4):343-348.

(58) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Parasitic infection: Hunger tolerance and Leishmania in sandflies. Nature 2001;414(6860):168.

(59) Jacobson RL, Schlein Y. Phlebotomus papatasi and Leishmania major parasites express α-amylase and α-glucosidase. Acta Trop 2001;78(1):41-49.

(60) Jacobson R, Schlein Y, Eisenberger C. The biological function of sand fly and Leishmania glycosidases. Med Microbiol Immunol 2001;190(1-2):51-55.

(61) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL, Müller GC. Sand fly feeding on noxious plants: A potential method for the control of Leishmaniasis. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2001;65(4):300-303.

(62) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Photosynthesis modulates the plant feeding of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae). J Med Entomol 2000;37(3):319-324.

(63) Jacobson RL, Schlein Y. Lectins and toxins in the plant diet of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) can kill Leishmania major promastigotes in the sandfly and in culture. Ann Trop Med Parasitol 1999;93(4):351-356.

(64) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Sugar meals and longevity of the sandfly Phlebotomus papatasi in an arid focus of Leishmania major in the Jordan Valley. Med Vet Entomol 1999;13(1):65-71.

(65) Stierhof Y-, Bates PA, Jacobson RL, Rogers ME, Schlein Y, Handman E, et al. Filamentous proteophosphoglycan secreted by Leishmania promastigotes forms gel like three-dimensional networks that obstruct the digestive tract of infected sandfly vectors. Eur J Cell Biol 1999;78(10):675-689.

(66) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Resistance of Phlebotomus papatasi to infection with Leishmania donovani is modulated by components of the infective bloodmeal. Parasitology 1998;117(5):467-473.

(67) Robert LL, Perich MJ, Schlein Y, Jacobson JL. Bacillus sphaericus inhibits hatching of phlebotomine sand fly eggs. J Am Mosq Control Assoc 1998;14(3):351-352.

(68) Adini I, Jacobson RL, Kasap M, Schlein Y, Jaffe CL. Species-specific detection of Leishmania in sandflies using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1998;92(1):35-37.

(69) Robert LL, Perich MJ, Schlein Y, Jacobson RL, Wirtz RA, Lawyer PG, et al. Phlebotomine sand fly control using bait-fed adults to carry the larvicide Bacillus sphaericus to the larval habitat. J Am Mosq Control Assoc 1997;13(2):140-144.

(70) Jacobson RL, Schlein Y. Cellulase activity of Leishmania major in the sandfly vector and in culture. J EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOL 1997;44(3):216-219.

(71) Jacobson RL, Schlein Y. Distribution of Phlebotomus papatasii in Southwest Asia. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1997;56(2):117.

(72) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Why is man an unsuitable reservoir for the transmission of Leishmania major? Exp Parasitol 1996;82(3):298-305.

(73) Schlein Y, Muller G. Assessment of plant tissue feeding by sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) and mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). J Med Entomol 1995;32(6):882-887.

(74) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Mortality of Leishmania major in Phlebotomus papatasi caused by plant feeding of the sand flies. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1994;50(1):20-27.

(75) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Haemoglobin Inhibits the Development of Infective Promastigotes and Chitinase Secretion in Leishmania Major Cultures. Parasitology 1994;109(1):23-28.

(76) Schlein Y. Leishmania and Sandflies: Interactions in the life cycle and transmission. Parasitol Today 1993;9(7):255-258.

(77) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL, Messer G. Leishmania infections damage the feeding mechanism of the sandfly vector and implement parasite transmission by bite. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1992;89(20):9944-9948.

(78) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL. Chitinases in trypanosomatidae and in Trypanosoma brucei brucei: Reply. Parasitol Today 1992;8(11):367.

(79) Carlson DA, Schlein Y. Unusual polymethyl alkenes in tsetse flies acting as abstinon in Glossina morsitans. J Chem Ecol 1991;17(2):267-284.

(80) Schlein Y, Jacobson RL, Shlomai J. Chitinase secreted by Leishmania functions in the sandfly vector. Proc R Soc B Biol Sci 1991;245(1313):121-126.

(81) SCHLEIN Y, PENER H. Bait‐fed adult Culex pipiens carry the larvicide Bacillus sphaericus to the larval habitat. Med Vet Entomol 1990;4(3):283-288.

(82) Schlein Y, Schnur LF, Jacobson RL. Released glycoconjugate of indigenous Leishmania major enhances survival of a foreign L. major in Phlebotomus papatasi. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1990;84(3):353-355.

(83) SCHLEIN Y, BORUT S, JACOBSON RL. Oviposition diapause and other factors affecting the egg‐laying of Phlebotomus papatasi in the laboratory. Med Vet Entomol 1990;4(1):69-78.

(84) Schlein Y, Yuval B, Jacobson RL. Leishmaniasis in the Jordan Valley: differential attraction of dispersing and breeding site populations of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) to manure and water. J Med Entomol 1989;26(5):411-413.

(85) Borovsky D, Schlein Y. Quantitative determination of trypsinlike and chymotrypsinlike enzymes in insects. Arch Insect Biochem Physiol 1988;8(4):249-260.

(86) YUVAL B, WARBURG A, SCHLEIN Y. Leishmaniasis in the Jordan Valley. V. Dispersal characteristics of the sandfly Phlebotomus papatasi. Med Vet Entomol 1988;2(4):391-395.

(87) Schlein Y. Marking of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) by feeding on sprayed, coloured sugar bait: a possible means for behavioural and control studies. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1987;81(4):599.

(88) Yuval B, Schlein Y. Age determination of Phlebotomus papatasi by detection of cuticular growthlines. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1987;81(1):166-167.

(89) BOROVSKY D, SCHLEIN Y. Trypsin and chymotrypsin‐Iike enzymes of the sandfly Phlebotomus papatasi infected with Leishmania and their possible role in vector competence. Med Vet Entomol 1987;1(3):235-242.

(90) Schlein Y, Yuval B. Leishmaniasis in the Jordan valley: IV. Attraction of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) to plants in the field. J Med Entomol 1987;24(1):87-90.

(91) Schlein Y, Borut S, Greenblatt CL. Development of sandfly forms of Leishmania major in sucrose solutions. J Parasitol 1987;73(4):797-805.

(92) Warburg A, Hamada GS, Schlein Y, Shire D. Scanning electron microscopy of Leishmania major in Phlebotomus papatasi. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(4):423-431.

(93) Schlein Y. Sandfly diet and Leishmania. Parasitol Today 1986;2(6):175-177.

(94) Yuval B, Schlein Y. Leishmaniasis in the Jordan Valley. III. Nocturnal activity of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) in relation to nutrition and ovarian development. J Med Entomol 1986;23(4):411-415.

(95) Schlein Y, Warburg A. Phytophagy and the feeding cycle of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) under experimental conditions. J Med Entomol 1986;23(1):11-15.

(96) Schlein Y, Romano H. Leishmania major and L. donovani: Effects on proteolytic enzymes of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera, Psychodidae). Exp Parasitol 1986;62(3):376-380.

(97) Warburg A, Schlein Y. The effect of post-bloodmeal nutrition of Phlebotomus papatasi on the transmission of Leishmania major. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1986;35(5):926-930.

(98) Yuval B, Schlein Y. Evidence for polygamy in Phlebotomus papatasi Scopoli. Ann Parasitol Hum Comp 1986;61(6):693-694.

(99) Schlein Y, Warburg A. Feeding behaviour, midgut distension and ovarian development in Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae). J Insect Physiol 1985;31(1):47-51.

(100) Schlein Y, Polacheck I, Yuval B. Mycoses, bacterial infections and antibacterial activity in sandflies (Psychodidae) and their possible role in the transmission of leishmaniasis. Parasitology 1985;90(1):57-66.

(101) Frankenburg S, Londner MV, Schlein Y, Schnur LF. The development of a solid phase radioimmunoassay for the detection of Leishmanial parasites in the sand fly. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1985;34(2):266-269.

(102) Schlein Y, Galun R. Male housefly (Musca domestica L.) genital system as a source of mating pheromone. J Insect Physiol 1984;30(2):175-177.

(103) Schlein Y, Yuval B, Warburg A. Aggregation pheromone released from the palps of feeding female Phlebotomus papatasi (Psychodidae). J Insect Physiol 1984;30(2):153-156.

(104) Schlein Y, Warburg A, Schnur LF, Le Blancq SM, Gunders AE. Leishmaniasis in Israel: Reservoir hosts, sandfly vectors and leishmanial strains in the Negev, Central Arava and along the Dead Sea. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1984;78(4):480-484.

(105) Le Blancq SM, Schnur LF, Schlein Y. An apparent association of enzymic variants of Leishmania major with specific geographical areas in Israel. Bull Soc Pathol Exot Fil 1983;76(5):543-548.

(106) Schlein Y, Warburg A, Schnur LF, Shlomai J. Vector compatibility of Phlebotomus papatasi dependent on differentially induced digestion. Acta Trop 1983;40(1):65-70.

(107) Schlein Y, Gunders AE, Warburg A. Leishmaniasis in the Jordan Valley, I: Attraction of phlebotomus papatasi(psychodidae) to turkeys. Ann Trop Med Parasitol 1982;76(5):517-520.

(108) Schlein Y, Schnur L, Warburc A, Gunders AE. Static electricity and sandflies. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1982;76(6):850-850.

(109) Schlein Y, Warburg A, Schnur LF, Gunders AE. Leishmaniasis in the Jordan Valley II. Sandflies and transmission in the central endemic area. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1982;76(5):582-586.

(110) Schlein Y, Galun R, Ben-Eliahu MN. Receptors of sex pheromones and abstinons in Musca domestica and Glossina morsitans. J Chem Ecol 1981;7(2):291-303.

(111) Schlein Y, Galun R, Ben-Eliahu MN. Abstinons - Male-produced deterrents of mating in flies. J Chem Ecol 1981;7(2):285-290.

(112) Schlein Y, Gunders AE. Pheromone of Ornithodoros spp. (Argasidae) in the coxal fluid of female ticks. Parasitology 1981;82(3):467-471.

(113) Schlein Y, Galun R, Ben-Eliahu MN. The legs of Musca domestica and Glossina morsitans females as the site of sex pheromone release. Experientia 1980;36(10):1174-1176.

(114) Schlein Y. Age grading of tsetse flies by the cuticular growth layers in the thoracic phragma. Ann Trop Med Parasitol 1979;73(3):297-298.

(115) Schlein Y. Age grouping of anopheline malaria vectors (Diptera: Culicidae) by the cuticular growth lines. J Med Entomol 1979;16(6):502-506.

(116) Mumcuoglu Y, Schlein Y. Sulfaquinoxaline, a possible means for the control of the house dust mite Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus. Rev Suisse Zool 1978;85(3):635-640.

(117) Schlein Y. Lethal effect of tetracycline on tsetse flies following damage to bacterioid symbionts. Experientia 1977;33(4):450-451.

(118) Schlein Y. Ultraviolet light and puparial weight as factors in the autogeny of the fleshfly, Sarcophaga falculata. J Insect Physiol 1977;23(8):961-964.

(119) SCHLEIN Y, LEWIS CT. Lesions in haematophagous flies after feeding on rabbits immunized with fly tissues. Physiol Entomol 1976;1(1):55-59.

(120) Schlein Y, Spira DT, Jacobson RL. The passage of serum immunoglobulins through the gut of Sarcophaga falculata, Pand. Ann Trop Med Parasitol 1976;70(2):227-230.

(121) Schlein Y. Effects of u.v. light and temperature on the melanization and the formation of daily growth layers of Sarcophaga falculata. J Insect Physiol 1975;21(11):1859-1863.

(122) Schlein Y, Gratz NG. Determination of the age of some anopheline mosquitos by daily growth layers of skeletal apodemes. BULL WHO 1973;49(4):371-375.

(123) Rothschild M, Schlein Y, Parker K, Sternberg S. Jump of the oriental rat flea Xenopsylla cheopis (Roths.). Nature 1972;239(5366):45-48.

(124) Schlein Y. Postemergence growth in the fly sarcophaga falculata initiated by neurosecretion from the ocellar nerve. Nat New Biology 1972;236(68):217-219.

(125) Schlein Y. Factors that influence the post-emergence growth in Sarcophaga falculata. J Insect Physiol 1972;18(2):199-"201,203-209".

(126) Schlein Y, Gunders AE. Ornithodoros erraticus (Lucas) in the Jordan valley. Z Tropenmed Parasitol 1971;22(3):297-299.

(127) Schlein Y, Theodor O. On the genitalia of the pupipara and their homologies with those of Calliphora and Glossina. Parasitology 1971;63(2):331-342.

(128) Schlein Y. A comparative study of the thoracic skeleton and musculature of the Pupipara and the Glossinidae (Diptera). Parasitology 1970;60(3):327-373.

(129) Schlein Y. Postmetamorphic growth in lipoptena capreoli ronbani (hippoboscidae) and other insects. Isr J Zool 1967;16(2):69-82.