Insecticide-resistance in major vectors of malaria, and its operational importance / by J. Hamon and C. Garrett-Jones
Hamon, J, Garrett-Jones, C & World Health Organization. (1962). Insecticide-resistance in major vectors of malaria, and its operational importance / by J. Hamon and C. Garrett-Jones. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64931
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/326 (WHO/Mal/326-Supplement), WHO/Mal/327-328, WHO/Mal/329 (WHO/Insecticides/130), WHO/Mal/330, WHO/Mal/331 (WHO/Insecticides/131), WHO/Mal/332-333 (WHO/Mal/332-333-Supplement), WHO/Mal/334 (WHO/EBL/1) (WHO/Fil/42), WHO/Mal/335-337, WHO/Mal/338 (WHO/Mal/338-Supplement), WHO/Mal/339-344, WHO/Mal345 (WHO/Insecticides/141), bound in 1 vol
40 p. (ill., maps, tables).
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