Is it necessary to continue indefinitely DDT residual spraying programmes ? : relevant observations made in Greece / by G. Livadas
Livadas, G & WHO Expert Committee on Malaria. (1952). Is it necessary to continue indefinitely DDT residual spraying programmes ? : relevant observations made in Greece / by G. Livadas. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64195
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9 p. (ill., graphs, photos.).
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