Sociological Patterns and Their Influence on the Transmission of Bilharziasis
Only in recent years has it been recognised that the behaviour of many organisms, including humans, is regulated to the extent that patterns may be described quantitatively, and that useful generalisations may be produced. The transmission of bilharziasis depends entirely upon human activities. Infection requires that humans seek out and contact water which contains snail vectors producing cercariae.
Full Text LinksHusting, E.L. (1970) Sociological Patterns and Their Influence on the Transmission of Bilharziasis. CAJM vol. 16, no.7. UZ, Avondale, Harare (formerly Salisbury) : CAJM.
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