Distribution of anophelines in the Yemen Arab Republic and its relation to Malaria / by R. L. Kouznetsov
Kouznetsov, R. L & World Health Organization. (1976). Distribution of anophelines in the Yemen Arab Republic and its relation to Malaria / by R. L. Kouznetsov. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65746
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/MAL/74.822-74.824, WHO/MAL/74.825 (WHO/VBC/74.475), WHO/MAL/74.826 (WHO/VBC/74.478), WHO/MAL/74.827 (WHO/VBC/74.486), WHO/MAL/74.828-74.829, WHO/MAL/74.830 (WHO/VBC/74.488), WHO/MAL/74.831-74.838, WHO/MAL/74.839 (WHO/VBC/74.505), WHO/MAL/74.840, WHO/MAL/75.841-75.846, WHO/MAL/75.847 (WHO/VBC/75.515), WHO/MAL/75.848, WHO/MAL/75.849 (WHO/VBC/75.538), WHO/MAL/75.850, WHO/MAL/75.851 (WHO/VBC/75.541), WHO/MAL/75.852-75.853, WHO/MAL/75.854 (WHO/VBC/75.547), WHO/MAL/75.855 (WHO/VBC/75.569), WHO/MAL/75.856 (WHO/VBC/75.571), WHO/MAL/75.857 (WHO/VBC/75.545), WHO/MAL/75.858-75.863, WHO/MAL/76.864-76.867, WHO/MAL/76.868 (WHO/VBC/76.624), WHO/MAL/76.869-76.873, WHO/MAL/76.874 (WHO/VBC/76.633), WHO/MAL/76.875-76.882, WHO/MAL/76.883 (WHO/VBC/76.634), bound in 1 vol
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