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Tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis in relation to the rural economy in Africa. Part I. Tsetse infestation



Tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis in relation to the rural economy in Africa. Part I. Tsetse infestation



World Animal Review (36): 2-17



In this first paper in a series on Glossina-transmitted trypanosomiasis in relation to the rural economy in Africa the author deals in general terms with problems of infestation with the vectors, Glossina spp., and their effects on rural economies.

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