Plasmodium simiovale SP. Nov., a new simian malaria parasite from Ceylon / by A. S. Dissanaike, P. Nelson, P. C. C. Garnham
Dissanaike, A. S, Nelson, P, Garnham, P. C. C & World Health Organization. (1965). Plasmodium simiovale SP. Nov., a new simian malaria parasite from Ceylon / by A. S. Dissanaike, P. Nelson, P. C. C. Garnham. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65290
DescriçãoDocuments : WHO/Mal/515.65 (WHO/Vector Control/179.65), WHO/Mal/516.65 - 525.65, WHO/Mal/526.65 (WHO/Vector Control/154.65), WHO/Mal/527.65 - 528.65, WHO/Mal/529.65 (WHO/Vector Control/186.65), WHO/Mal/530.65 (WHO/EBL/52.65), WHO/Mal/531.65 (WHO/VC/185.65), WHO/Mal/532.65, WHO/Mal/66.533 - 66.534, WHO/Mal/66.535 (WHO/Fil/66.46), WHO/Mal/66.536-66.537, WHO/Mal/66.538 (WHO/Vector Control/66.191), WHO/Mal/66.539, WHO/Mal/66.540 (WHO/Pharm/66.430), WHO/Mal/66.541 (WHO/Vector Control/66.193), WHO/Mal/66.542, WHO/Mal/66.543 (WHO/Vector Control/66.180 - WHO/Fil/66.49), WHO/Mal/66.544, WHO/Mal/66.545-66.548, WHO/Mal/66.549 (WHO/Vector Control/66.202), WHO/Mal/66.550 (WHO/Vector Control/66.201), bound in 1 vol
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