Some behavior aspect of Anopheles sundaicus in Konda Village Sub-district of South Katikutana Central Sumba District

Konda Maloba village is one of the areas of malaria risk is high enough. Research surveys conducted in the region with cross sectional data collection. The purpose of this paper is to investigate behavioral aspect of Anopheles sundaicus in Konda Maloba Village, Katikutana District, Central Sumba Reg... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Ira Indriaty Paskalita Bule Sopi
Quelle: In Aspirator: Journal of Vector Borne Diseases Studies (01.12.2014)
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