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Effects of Irrigated Rice Fields and Seasonality on Plasmodium Transmission in West Africa, Particularly in Central Côte d'Ivoire

By Benjamin G. Koudou, Marcel Tanner and Juerg Utzinger

Submitted: February 2nd 2011Reviewed: September 29th 2011Published: March 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/25884

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Benjamin G. Koudou, Marcel Tanner and Juerg Utzinger (March 16th 2012). Effects of Irrigated Rice Fields and Seasonality on Plasmodium Transmission in West Africa, Particularly in Central Côte d'Ivoire, Current Topics in Tropical Medicine, Alfonso J. Rodriguez-Morales, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/25884. Available from:

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