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lar·vi·cid·al

(lar'vi-sī'dăl),
Destructive to larvae.

lar·vi·cid·al

(lahr'vi-sī'dăl)
Destructive to larvae.
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Larvicidal assay against Culex quinquefasciatus mosquito: Larvicidal potential of the plant extracts was evaluated following WHO pesticide evaluation (WHOPES) guidelines (2005) for laboratory and field testing of mosquito larvicides.
Yogalakshmi, "Chemical composition and larvicidal activity of essential oil from Ocimum basilicum(L.) against Culex tritaeniorhynchus, Aedes albopictusand Anopheles subpictus (Diptera:Culicidae)," Experimental Parasitology, vol.
Referring to all these studies, we can conclude that different solvents pose different larvicidal efficacies.
azedarach supercritical extract showed significant (F = 76.6; P < 0.0001) larvicidal action, with 100% efficiency after 72 hours of larval exposure at 2,000 [micro]g/ml (Table l).
None of the extracts presented relevant larvicidal activity.
Reetha, "Larvicidal effect of extracellular secondary metabolites of different fungi against the mosquito, Culex quinquefasciatus Say," Tropical Biomedicine, vol.
(2008) investigated that Cathranthus roseus leaf extracts of petroleum ether, methanol and ethyl acetate have antifeedant and larvicidal activity against H.
After incubation, 1 ml (about 109 spores) from the whole culture was utilized to screen for mosquito larvicidal activity.
Molluscicidal and larvicidal activities and essential oil composition of Cymbopogon winterianus.
However, indigenous Korean seaweeds have not yet been investigated for their larvicidal capabilities.
Selamectin has adulticidal, ovicidal and larvicidal activity against fleas (Ctenocephalides spp).