Improving the control of tsetse: the use of DNA profiling to establish the feeding responses of tsetse to cattle. Final Technical Report.

Abstract

The purpose of this project was to develop and promote environmentally beneficial and cost effective strategies for the control of trypanosomiasis in Zimbabwe and tsetse-infested countries of sub-Saharan Africa. In particular, the project aimed to increase the cost-effectiveness of using insecticide-treated cattle to control tsetse in Zimbabwe and tsetse-affected areas of Africa.

Citation

Torr, S.; Wilson, P.; Schofield, S.; Mangwiro, T.; Akber, S.; White, B. Improving the control of tsetse: the use of DNA profiling to establish the feeding responses of tsetse to cattle. Final Technical Report. (2001)

Improving the control of tsetse: the use of DNA profiling to establish the feeding responses of tsetse to cattle. Final Technical Report.

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