molluscicide


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molluscicide

(mə-lŭs′kĭ-sīd′)
n.
An substance or agent that kills mollusks.

mol·lus′ci·cid′al (-sīd′l) adj.

molluscicide

Public health A chemical which kill snails or mollusks

molluscicide

an agent used for killing molluscs (mainly snails and slugs), e.g. copper sulfate, metaldehyde, methiocarb.
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Transmission can be reduced by controlling snails using molluscicides such as niclosamide, by modifying snail habitats, or by fencing off contaminated bodies of water and providing clean drinking water.
cantonensis is complicated because of the apparent ineffectiveness of molluscicides, the potential for cross-contamination of produce at markets, and the difficulty of tracking produce and other products to their source.
For the herbivore exclusion treatment, the plot received two kinds of insecticides and a molluscicide in order to maximize protection against invertebrate herbivores.
Chlorination slowly decomposes mussels, while a molluscicide kills nearly all of the mussels within 6 to 10 hours.
Mesurol, the other molluscicide, works better in cloudy conditions since it can kill snails and slugs without the sun's help.
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Timing of molluscicide applications for reliable control in no-tillage field crops.
Efficacy of commercial molluscicide formulations against golden apple snail Pomaceacanaliculata (Lamarck).
Some observation on the epidemiology of fascioliasis in relation to the timing of molluscicide applications in the control of the disease.