Difficulties in malaria eradication campaigns due to the behaviour of the vectors / by J. Mouchet, J. Hamon
Mouchet, J, Hamon, J, World Health Organization & African Malaria Conference. (3rd : 1962 : Yaoundé, Cameroon). (1963). Difficulties in malaria eradication campaigns due to the behaviour of the vectors / by J. Mouchet, J. Hamon. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65084
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