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Experimental infection of Anopheles pharoensis and Anopheles coustani with Plasmodium vivax under laboratory conditions



Experimental infection of Anopheles pharoensis and Anopheles coustani with Plasmodium vivax under laboratory conditions



Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Associationrecd 1986; 57(5-6): 502-511



In Egypt, 135 of 199 A. pharoensis fed on people with P. vivax showed mid-gut infection and in 64 sporogony was completed.

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