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Action plan for the reduction of reliance on DDT in disease vector control : including the report of an expert consultation on the implementation of WHA50.13, with reference to the reduction in reliance on DDT of vector control programmes
World Health Organization. Water, Sanitation and Health Team ( 2001 )
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Anopheles Sundaicus and its control by DDT Residual House spraying in Indonesia / by H. T. Soeparmo, and R. L. Laird
Soeparmo, H. T; Laird, R. L; WHO Malaria Conference for Western Pacific and South East Asia Regions (1954 : Taipei, Taiwan) ( 1954 )
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Behaviouristic change in A. Sundaicus and its effect on Malaria control in the WHO project area, Tjilatjap, Indonesia, during the period 1951-1954 / by P. C. Issaris and S. Sundararaman
Issaris, P. C; Sundararaman, S; WHO Malaria Conference for Western Pacific and South East Asia Regions (1954 : Taipei, Taiwan) ( 1954 )
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Biological assay of DDT deposits in habitations in the region of Bobo-Dioulasso, Republic of Upper Volta / by J. Hamon, S. Sales, M. Eyraud
Hamon, J; Sales, S; Eyraud, M; World Health Organization ( 1963 )
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La campagne expérimentale d' éradication du paludisme dans le Nord de la République du Cameroun / par Ph. Cavalié and J. Mouchet
Cavalié, Ph; Mouchet, J; World Health Organization ( 1961 )
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Comité d' experts sur le paludisme : note sur le coût des campagnes antipaludéennes au moyen de la pulvérisation au DDT à effet rémanent
WHO Expert Committee on Malaria; World Health Organization. Interim Commission ( 1948 )
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Comité d' experts sur le paludisme, rapport sur la première session, Genève, 22-25 avril 1947
World Health Organization. Interim Commission; WHO Experts Committee on Malaria (1947 : Geneva, Switzerland) ( 1947 )
Comité de Expertos de la OMS en Paludismo : 20° informe
Comité de Expertos de la OMS en Paludismo (1998 : Ginebra, Suiza); World Health Organization ( 2000 )
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Comité OMS d' experts du paludisme : vingtième rapport
Comité OMS d' Experts du Paludisme (1998 : Genève, Suisse); World Health Organization ( 2000 )
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Comité Régional de l'Asie du Sud-est: rapport sur la vingt-septième session
Conseil exécutif, 55 ( 1974 )
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Comparative studies on the behaviour of a population of Anopheles maculipennis under the influence of DDT and Malathion, using the multiple-response test-apparatus / by E. M. Ungureanu, Th. Gheorghiu
Ungureanu, E. M; Gheorghiu, Th; World Health Organization ( 1980 )
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Comparison of nozzle discharge rates using water and DDT suspension / by M. A. Acheson
Acheson, M. A; World Health Organization ( 1967 )
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Criteria and meaning of tests with the WHO adult mosquito kits / by W. M. Hoskins
Hoskins, W. M; World Health Organization ( 1963 )
DDT and its derivatives / published under the joint sponsorship of the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Health Organization
World Health Organization; WHO Task Group on Environmental Health Criteria for DDT and its Derivatives ( 1979 )
DDT and its derivatives : environmental aspects / published under the joint sponsorship of the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organisation, and the World Health Organization
World Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety; WHO Task Group on Environmental Health Criteria for DDT and its Derivatives: Environmental Aspects ( 1989 )
Abstract

Evaluates the effects of DDT and its metabolites on the reproduction, growth, and survival of populations of organisms in the environment. Adopting an ecotoxicological approach, the report considers only those studies that have investigated the toxic effects of DDT at environmental levels likely to arise from recommended uses. Both immediate toxicity and long-term sublethal effects are considered in an effort to profile the full range of ecological hazards posed by DDT. The opening sections summarize properties of DDT and its metabolites that help explain their resistance to degradation, their widespread persistence in the environment, and their high potential for bioaccumulation. The most extensive sections cite the numerous controlled laboratory experiments that have documented the direct toxicity and long-term sublethal effects of DDT and its metabolites on micro-organisms, aquatic organisms, and terrestrial ecosystems, including especially detailed information on the lowered reproductive rate of birds. On the basis of this review, the book concludes that DDT and its metabolites should be regarded as a major hazard to the environment

DDT et dérivés / document publié sous la double égide de l' Organisation mondiale de la Santé et du Programme des Nations Unies pour l' environnement
World Health Organization; WHO Task Group on Environmental Health Criteria for DDT and its Derivatives ( 1982 )
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DDT in indoor residual spraying : human health aspects
World Health Organization ( 2011 )
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The degree of hazard to man of DDT as used against malaria / by Wayland J. Hayes
Hayes, Wayland J; World Health Organization ( 1971 )
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Des expériences récentes faites au Panama sur une résistance possible d' Anopheles albimanus au DDT / par Harold Trapido
Trapido, Harold; WHO Expert Committee on Malaria ( 1953 )
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Deterioration of thatch roofs after house spraying with DDT in a malaria eradication programme in peninsular Malaysia and the prevention of such deterioration by the use of Malathion / by E. S. Thevasagayam, Yap Siong, Chooi Chin Khoon
Thevasagayam, E. S; Siong, Yap; Khoon, Chooi Chin; World Health Organization ( 1978 )
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