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Tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis in relation to the rural economy in Africa. Part I. Tsetse infestation. Part II. Techniques in use for the control or eradication of tsetse infestations



Tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis in relation to the rural economy in Africa. Part I. Tsetse infestation. Part II. Techniques in use for the control or eradication of tsetse infestations



World Animal Review1981; (36; 37): 2-17; 9-19



Since historic times tsetse infestation has been a fundamental factor in the interaction between man and his environment, having a basic and deleterious impact on rural and national economies. For a variety of reasons the impact has become more pronounced since the advent of European influences affected both the efficiency of current production and the development of under-utilized land resources. This factor has had major repercussions on conservation objectives and land-use planning.

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