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Report of the proceedings of the expedition for the study of the causes of malaria : despatched to Sierra Leone, West Africa, under the leadership of Major Ronald Ross (Late Indian Medical Service), by the Liverpool School of Tropical Diseases, July 29th, 1899

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Related/Analytical: Report on the collections of mosquitoes (Culicidæ) received at the British Museum (Natural History) from various parts of the world in connection with the investigation into the causes of malaria, conducted by the Colonial Office and the Royal Society.

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London :H.M.S.O.,1899 [i.e. 1900] (:

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1857-1932 , British Museum (Natural History) , Catalogs and collections , England , etiology , London , Malaria , Mosquitoes , Mosquitoes as carriers of disease , pathogenicity , Ross, Ronald, , Sierra Leone , Sir, , Tropical medicine

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Report of the proceedings of the expedition for the study of the causes of malaria : despatched to Sierra Leone, West Africa, under the leadership of Major Ronald Ross (Late Indian Medical Service), by the Liverpool School of Tropical Diseases, July 29th, 1899

Related Titles

Related/Analytical: Report on the collections of mosquitoes (Culicidæ) received at the British Museum (Natural History) from various parts of the world in connection with the investigation into the causes of malaria, conducted by the Colonial Office and the Royal Society.

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British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology.

Austen, E. E. (Ernest Edward), 1867-1938
Theobald, Fred. V. (Frederick Vincent), 1868-1930
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
Great Britain. His Majesty’s Stationery Office.

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Publication info

London :H.M.S.O.,1899 [i.e. 1900] (:

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The pamphlet was "Printed by order of the Trustees" of the British Museum.

At head of title: British Museum.

Subjects

1857-1932 , British Museum (Natural History) , Catalogs and collections , England , etiology , London , Malaria , Mosquitoes , Mosquitoes as carriers of disease , pathogenicity , Ross, Ronald, , Sierra Leone , Sir, , Tropical medicine

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Natural History Museum (London) Publications

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copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/104701 --- The pamphlet was "Printed by order of the Trustees" of the British Museum. --- At head of title: British Museum.},
publisher = {London :H.M.S.O.,},
author = {British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. and Austen, E. E. (Ernest Edward), and Theobald, Fred. V. (Frederick Vincent), and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. and Great Britain. His Majesty’s Stationery Office.},
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