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African animal trypanosomiasis. Selected articles from the World Animal Review

, : African animal trypanosomiasis. Selected articles from the World Animal Review. FAO Animal Production and Health Paper (37): 82

This publication contains a series of articles on African animal trypanosomiasis, which is transmitted by Glossina spp., that have previously appeared in the World Animal Review.

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