antimosquito

antimosquito

(ˌæntɪmɒˈskiːtəʊ)
adj
acting against mosquitoes
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Kyzox Innovation, known for developing an anti-mosquito additive for household and industrial use, uses an advanced drug-delivery system known as nanotechnology in its antimosquito products.
Francois Martin, a French entomologist and researcher who developed an antimosquito technology in the Philippines called Kyzox, reached out to Brazilian beauty queen Priscilla Meirelles about a possible endorsement partnership.
Production of the Kansai AntiMosquito Paint in the U.S.
110 (44.7%) students reported that they sleep under a bed net on campus, 33 (13.4%) use antimosquito sprays or ointments regularly, and the remainder do not protect themselves from malaria infection.
Even though common vector control methods, such as antimosquito fogging and breeding source reduction, have been implemented in Grenada and, in fact, intensified during arbovirus outbreaks, it appears that they have had minimal effect on reducing the impact of mosquito-borne viruses, indicating perhaps that new and novel approaches to vector control are needed to prevent future arbovirus outbreaks.
Likewise, RC has also been reported to exert various biological functions, including antihyperglycaemia, antihyperlipidemia [32], anti-inflammatory [33, 34], antiosteoclastogenesic [35], antiallergic [36], antitumor [37], antimicrobial [24, 38, 39], and antimosquito [40] activities.
javanica aimed at establishing an indigenous oil industry for rural development and large-scale production of antimosquito candles and other insect repellents.
Ele pagara igualmente um direito de deslocamento (direito de sair da cela), o Baygon (a cotizacao semanal da cela, permitindo garantir o servico de limpeza e cujo nome e tirado de um produto antimosquito).
They support prudent use of DDT along with medical and additional antimosquito tools to manage malaria.
The scouts were mainly drawn from among community-based health workers and already existing antimosquito and malaria organizations, most notably, PUMMA.
TTP is the country's largest producer of cotton textiles for the Thai military, producing uniform fabrics in various camouflage patterns for the Royal Thai Army, Navy and Air Force with antimosquito protection.
He was informed that specially constituted teams of DHS inspected 1403 potential dengue breeding sites including mosques, markets, parks, katchi abadies, hospitals and educational institutes in different areas of Islamabad and treated accordingly with antimosquito agents and devices.