Control of Disease Vectors in the Community
Reviews methods of control which can overcome some of the difficulties encountered in vector control. It explores opportunities for the implementation of small-scale technology which communities, especially in tropical developing countries can manage independently, with minimal input from outside.
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F Curtis J D Lines P Carnevale V Robert C Boudin J M Halna L Pazart
Experimental Hut Studies
Prospects for the Application of PyrethroidImpregnated Nets
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