The fungal infections are a major public health problem in Sfax Central-East of Tunisia because it affects a vulnerable population. The study of the temporal distribution of consultations for mycosis over the period allowed detecting both spring and falling peaks. The analyzes show a relationship between on the one hand, climate characteristics temperature and relative humidity rate heat-humidity which establish some discomfort and on the other hand, the increase in cases of fungal infections in the population studied. Sensation de malaise assez grand. Ce qui provoque une sudation importante. Aurundel A.

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Credit hours In-class work per week Practice per week Credits Duration Total 3 2 8 15 weeks hours. Objective A Addressing the bioclimatic concepts in animal production and its effects in the production environment; B Discussing the links between climate, facilities, and production, combining the theoretical concepts and the practical aspects of management; C To elucidate the effects of climate on the development of production and the control mechanisms in situations of thermal stress from the engineering point of view and the built environment. Content 1. Adaptation and evolution history production systems in the country; 2.





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