Dam worms

Ross, A. G. P., Li, Y., Williams, G. M., Jiang, Z. and McManus, D. P. (2001) Dam worms. The Biologist, 48 3: 121-124.

Author Ross, A. G. P.
Li, Y.
Williams, G. M.
Jiang, Z.
McManus, D. P.
Title Dam worms
Journal name The Biologist   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0006-3347
Publication date 2001
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Volume 48
Issue 3
Start page 121
End page 124
Total pages 4
Editor S. Silver
Place of publication UK
Publisher Institute of Biology
Collection year 2001
Language eng
Abstract Human and animal infection rates with the Oriental schistosome have steadily declined in China over the last half-century, but the Three Gorges Dam may reverse this decline by creating new, or enlarging existing, ideal environments for the worm and its aquatic snail intermediate host.
Keyword Water Supply
parasitology
Snails
transmission
Schistosomiasis japonica
prevention & control
Schistosomiasis japonica
epidemiology
Schistosomiasis japonica
growth & development
Schistosoma japonicum
Human;
parasitology
Fresh Water
Environment
Disease Vectors
epidemiology
China
Breeding
Animals
Q-Index Code C1

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