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Control of snail hosts of bilharziasis in egypt part 2 effect of tri phenyl tin hydroxide du ter on carbohydrate metabolism of the snails biomphalaria alexandrina and bulinus truncatus



Control of snail hosts of bilharziasis in egypt part 2 effect of tri phenyl tin hydroxide du ter on carbohydrate metabolism of the snails biomphalaria alexandrina and bulinus truncatus



Egyptian Journal of Bilharziasis 2(1): 37-48




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