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Author Jacques Derek Charlwood | Number of pages: 243 | PDF Report

The eradication of malaria is a global issue requiring professionals to fully understand the ecology of the disease vectors. The authors of this unique report have 40 years’ experience across 5 continents and have produced a comprehensive overview of the biology, behaviour, and impact of mosquitoes. 
 
The 19 chapters extent from an introduction to insects and mosquito systematics through to the development of novel control techniques and incorporate case histories of the vectors and their relationship to malaria in a variety of settings.

Key insights include:

  • An introduction to mosquitoes and other insects
  • Morphology
  • Environmental factors
  • Mosquito control
  • Insecticides and resistance
  • Alternate methods of control
 
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