A GHANAIAN research institute says
that after 9 years of research, it has
identified a bacteria which can
control breeding of malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
Janet Ofori, principal research officer of the Accra-based Institute of Aquatic Biology, says, "We have identified a bacterial strain, Bacillus sphaerius, which has been found to have a toxic effect on mosquito larvae." The bacteria is easy to produce, store and transport, she claims.
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