insecticide


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insecticide

[in′sek·tə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical agent that destroys insects.
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Insecticide is imported from neighboring China and Thailand, and at least two people in have died from exposure to it, Mongnai lawmaker Sai Moon Leng told SHAN.
City Mayor Wasim Akhtar told Dawn that the Karachi Metropolitan CorporAation had kicked off the insecticide spray drive in the city.
Fact.MR has announced the addition of the "Aerosol Insecticides Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Review 2018 to 2027"report to their offering.
Anti-Corruption Commi-ssion (ACC) has started an investigation if there had been any corruption in procuring the mosquito insecticides by Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC).
Researchers from Purdue University conducted three field studies in a span of six months 'to compare three insecticide resistance intervention strategies for [German] cockroaches (Blattella germanica L.) and evaluated resistance evolution across multiple generations.'
Cockroaches are now beginning to develop and adapt themselves to become immune to various kinds of insecticides.
After her children died in the building collapse, Mrs Ibrahim waited till evening of the day before she calmly walked to a small provisions store where she bought the insecticide. While people who had come to sympathise and mourn with her were in the living room, she sneaked into the room and downed the deadly bottle.
Sublethal effects of a neurotoxic insecticide on the oviposition behavior and the patch-time allocation in two aphid parasitoids, Diaeretiella rapae and Aphidius matricariae.
Summary: Expired insecticides led to death of camels within seven hours, police say
'Suresweet 2011' planted in plots without insecticide applications in Lajas Research Substation at the University of Puerto Rico in May 2017.
Dave Malone, IVCC Technical Manager, said "The collaboration with BASF gave us access to an insecticide with a rare combination of attributes: New to public health, effective against resistant mosquitoes, and able to coat polyester netting with a long-lasting formulation."
Part of the problem is that there were previously only four WHO-recommended insecticide classes for adult mosquito control: Only one of them, the pyrethroid class, was recommended for LNs.