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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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More specifically, the project involves aerial spraying with helicopters specifically for mosquito control by larvicidal method.
Larvicidal activity of essential oils from Brazilian croton species against Aedes aegypti L.
Insecticidal and larvicidal activities of medicinal plant extracts against mosquitoes.
Several studies like those of Aouati [17] and Merabeti [18] have shown the larvicidal effects of spinosad on Cx pipiens, An.
It was about the essential oils of certain aromatic plants containing highly active molecules and having insecticidal, larvicidal and ovicidal properties.
In the present paper we report the larvicidal activity of Cymbopogon citratus (lemon grass) extract against Culex quinquefasciatus.
Laboratory and field comparisons of pyriproxyfen, polystyrene beads and other larvicidal methods against malaria vectors in Sri Lanka.
Larvicidal and repellent actions of Dalbergia sissoo (F.
Oiling is seldom suitable because the lighter 'mosquito larvicidal oils' (MLOs) are readily emulsified by detergents often present in polluted waters preferred by Cx.
Acetone extract of the leaf showed feeding deterrent activity against the insect Pieris rapae (Shin 1989), and the acetone extract of the seed showed larvicidal activity against Aedes aegypti (Manson 1939).
Another study reported significant larvicidal activity by a fresh lemon peel extract (Salvatore, Borkosky, Willink, & Bardon, 2004).