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Culex Pipiens Pipiens Mosquitoes: Taxonomy, Distribution, Ecology, Physiology, Genetics, Applied Importance and Control

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By: EB Vinogradova
250 pages, Figs, tabs
Culex Pipiens Pipiens Mosquitoes: Taxonomy, Distribution, Ecology, Physiology, Genetics, Applied Importance and Control
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  • Culex Pipiens Pipiens Mosquitoes: Taxonomy, Distribution, Ecology, Physiology, Genetics, Applied Importance and Control ISBN: 9789546421036 Hardback Dec 2000 Out of Print #115151
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Language: English

Preface - The Culex poipiens complex - Physiology and ecology of Culex p. pipiens - Characteristics of natural populations of Culex p. pipiens of Russia and the neighbouring countries - Principles of Culex pipiens genetics - Applied importance and control - Bibliography

(All titles of the Russian papers translated in English).

Contents

The Culex pipiens complex; physiology and ecology of Culex pipiens pipiens; characteristics of natural populations of Culex pipiens pipiens of Russia and neighbouring countries; principles of Culex pipiens genetics; applied importance and control.

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Out of Print
By: EB Vinogradova
250 pages, Figs, tabs
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