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The use of bacteria to control Diptera of medical importance






Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 84(Numero Especial, Supl. III): 31-34

The use of bacteria to control Diptera of medical importance

The use of Bacillus sphaericus to control mosquito larvae and B. thuringiensis subsp. israelensis to control mosquito and simuliid larvae are discussed.


Accession: 002530174



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