ovicidal


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o·vi·ci·dal

(ō'vi-sī'dăl),
Causing death of the oocyte.
[ovi- + L. caedo, to kill]

ovicidal

[ō′visī′dəl]
causing destruction of an ovum.

o·vi·ci·dal

(ō'vi-sī'dăl)
Causing death of the egg or oocyte.
[ovi- + L. caedo, to kill]
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Most pediculicide products have little ovicidal activity and require two treatments (approximately 7 to 10 days apart), with the second application required to treat those lice that have hatched from eggs that survived the first treatment and were not physically removed by nit combing.
Larvicidal, repellent, and ovicidal activity of marine actinobacteria extracts against Culex tritaeniorhynchus and Culex gelidus.
It was about the essential oils of certain aromatic plants containing highly active molecules and having insecticidal, larvicidal and ovicidal properties.
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DeOvo[TM] is the only known lousicidal and ovicidal agent requiring a single application for effective treatment.
Xeglyze lotion, a topical formulation containing abametapir, an inhibitor of metalloproteases, has showed both ovicidal and lousicidal activity and offers the potential for a more effective treatment using only a single application.
Pathogenicity, ovicidal action, and median lethal concentrations (LC50) of entomopathogenic fungi against exotic spiralling whitefly, Aleurodicus dispersus Russell.
II has adulticidal, larvicidal and ovicidal properties, killing adult fleas and preventing the emergence of new ones.
Other reported activities of the plant include suppression of fertility in male rats (Chauhan and Agarwal, 2009), and larvicidal, ovicidal and repellent effects against the chikungunya vector mosquito, Aedes aegypti (Govindarjan, 2009).
zeylanicum oil and its main constituents showed ovicidal and adulticidal activities against the human head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis.
This study also supports previous in vitro findings showing spinosad was ovicidal.