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Control of biomedically important molluscs

, : Control of biomedically important molluscs. Archives de L'institut Pasteur D'algerie. Institut Pasteur D'algerie 55: 153-193

This review deals with the control of the mollusc vectors of human Schistosoma and of Fasciola hepatica.

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