Lutte microbiologique dans la maladie de Chagas - Hyphomycètes contre vecteurs (version française)

Expérimentation de lutte microbiologique contre les vecteurs (triatomes) de l'agent pathogène (Trypanosoma cruzi) de la maladie de Chagas (90 millions de personnes menacées en Amérique Latine). Bref rappel des symptômes cliniques de la maladie et du cycle de l'agent pathogène. Mise au point d'un élevage artificiel des triatomes en laboratoire. Essais de contamination des vecteurs par pulvérisation de spores d'hyphomycètes entomopathogènes. Essai d'application sur le terrain. Vues r
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Addendum 1B. Riverbank: The Controversy
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