Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 29th, 2003
"In sub-Saharan Africa, lowlands developed for rice cultivation favor the development of Anopheles gambiae s.l. populations," researchers there explained. "However, the epidemiological impact is not clearly determined."
In a study conducted by M.C. Henry and coauthors at the Pierre Richet Institute in Bouake, "the importance of malaria was compared in terms of prevalence and parasite density of infections as well as in terms of disease incidence between three agroecosystems: uncultivated lowlands, 'R0', lowlands with one annual rice cultivation in...
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