Folleto de la FAO sobre diversificación 5 Programme Against African Trypanosomiasis
PAAT
Volume 29
Part 1
TSETSE AND TRYPANOSOMIASIS INFORMATION Numbers 13466-13600

Edited by
James Dargie
Bisamberg
Austria


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2006

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CONTENTS

SECTION A – NEWS
From the Editor 1
John N. Pollock
Report of 9th Meeting of the PAAT Programme Committee
Actions taken on Recommendations
Report of the 28th Conference of the ISCTRC
The WHO/TDR Programme
The FAO/IAEA Programme
ILRI
ITC
From the Tsetse Information Centre, Botswana
Book Publication: Sterile Insect Technique
Opportunities for Training and Further Education
New Projects
Point of View: Justice Tettley on Veterinary Trypanocides
SECTION B – ABSTRACTS
1. General (including land use)
2. Tsetse biology
(a) Rearing of tsetse flies
(b) Taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry
(c) Distribution, ecology, behaviour, population studies
3. Tsetse control (including environmental side effects)
4. Epidemiology: vector-host and vector-parasite interactions
5. Human trypanosomiasis
(a) Surveillance
(b) Pathology and immunology
(c) Treatment
6. Animal trypanosomiasis
(a) Survey and distribution
(b) Pathology and immunology
(c) Trypanotolerance
(d) Treatment