Tsetse, trypanosomiasis and cattle in a changing environment
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Identifies interrelationships between modifications of the environment and the growth of Nigeria's population and consequent agricultural expansion in the subhumid zone resulting in the disappearance of habitats & hosts of tsetse. Discusses impacts of these changes in the distribution of the national cattle herd, particularly in relation to incidence of tsetse & trypanosomiasis.
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