Definition of malariology in English:

malariology

Line breaks: mal¦ari|ology
Pronunciation: /məˌlɛːrɪˈɒlədʒi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The scientific study of malaria.
More example sentences
  • It should not be banned, argue Amir Attaran and Rajendra Maharaj, specialists in malariology and also international development and law.
  • About fifty years ago I was interested in the current polemic in the field of malariology the exoerythrocytic cycle of the malaria parasite.
  • In reporting to you the latest activities undertaken by my Government, I wish to refer to the international training course on basic malariology held in Butuan City.

Derivatives

malariological

adjective
More example sentences
  • Present malariological parameters have reached or even exceeded preintervention levels.
  • Cross-sectional and longitudinal epidemiological studies were carried out to collect data on malariological parameters.
  • This could be used as a web-based look up table for predicting malariological indices from arbitrary field data.

malariologist

noun
More example sentences
  • Independent malariologists believe it kills two million people a year, mainly children under 5 and 90 percent of them in Africa.
  • It aims to increase the awareness and interest among hematologists, malariologists and tropical physicians.
  • The result was an established group of young malariologists now working in Sri Lanka.

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