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Laboratory studies on Biomphalaria alexandrina (Ehrenberg) and Bulinus (Bulinus) truncatus truncatus (Audouin), the intermediate snail hosts for snhistosomiasis (schistosomiasis) in Egypt. 1. Biology



Laboratory studies on Biomphalaria alexandrina (Ehrenberg) and Bulinus (Bulinus) truncatus truncatus (Audouin), the intermediate snail hosts for snhistosomiasis (schistosomiasis) in Egypt. 1. Biology








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