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ovicide

 [o´vĭ-sīd]
an agent destructive to ova, such as of parasites.

ovicide

/ovi·cide/ (o´vĭ-sīd) an agent destructive to the eggs of certain organisms.

ovicide

(ō′vĭ-sīd′)
n.
A substance or agent that kills eggs, especially the eggs of insects, mites, or nematodes.

o′vi·cid′al (-sīd′l) adj.

ovicide

[ō′visīd]
an agent that destroys ova.

ovicide

an agent destructive to the ova of certain organisms, usually helminths and arthropods.
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Egg mortality was unanticipated, as insecticidal soaps are not generally considered to be effective ovicides (Caldwell 2005).
insecticides for the control of insects--these can be Ovicides (for eggs), Larvicides (for larva or baby insects) or Adulticides (for mature insects)
They act as ovicides, larvicides, pupicides, adulticides, repellents, oviposition deterrents beside their insect growth regulating activity.
Focusing on the development of products for the consumer health market, Hatchtech is developing a range of low-toxicity ovicides (treatments to eradicate eggs) of human, animal and plant parasites.