Ovipositioning Behaviour of Aedes aegypti in Different Concentrations of Latex of Calotropis Procera: Studies on Refractory Behaviour and its Sustenance across Gonotrophic Cycles.
Singhi, Manju, Joshi, Vinod, Sharma, R C & Sharma, Keerti. (2004). Ovipositioning Behaviour of Aedes aegypti in Different Concentrations of Latex of Calotropis Procera: Studies on Refractory Behaviour and its Sustenance across Gonotrophic Cycles.. WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/164002
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