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[mass noun] The scientific study of malaria.
- ‘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.’
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