Targeting the breeding sites of malaria mosquitoes: biological and physical control of malaria mosquito larvae
Subject: disease vectors | culicidae | mosquito-borne diseases | vectorbestrijding | biological control | Medische entomologie | vector control | Medical Entomology | fungal insecticides | schimmelinsecticiden | biologische bestrijding | fysische gewasbeschermingsmethoden | physical control | broedplaatsen | Volksgezondheid | breeding places | ziekten overgebracht door muskieten | vectoren, ziekten | Public Health
mesheuropmc: fungi | parasitic diseases
<p> <br/> Malaria causes an estimated 225 million cases and 781,000 deaths every year. About 85% of the deaths are in children under five years of age. Malaria is caused by the Plasmodium parasite which is transmitted by the Anopheles mosquito vector. Mainly two methods... View more
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