The genetics and ecology of male reproductive investments in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae s.s
Ekechukwu, Nkuru Esther;
Malaria continues to be a major global health problem due to high mortality and morbidity rate in endemic regions. An. gambiae s.s is the major vector in endemic African countries. About 198 million cases of malaria were recorded globally in 2013 and this have led to ov... View more
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