pyrethroid


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py·re·throid

 (pī-rē′throid, -rĕth′roid)
n.
Any of several synthetic compounds similar to pyrethrin, used as an insecticide.

pyrethroid

(paɪˈriːθrɔɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of various chemical compounds having similar insecticidal properties to pyrethrin
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or relating to such compounds
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Clothes should be sprayed with insecticides containing a pyrethroid.
Farmers are also beginning to see resistance to the only control option currently available - pyrethroid sprays.
DDVP cannot simply be replaced by registered pyrethroid aerosols because DDVP has higher efficacy and penetration of hidden places (Boina and Subramanyam, 2012); there is also increasing resistance to pyrethroids (e.g.
In a statement online municipal officials said, "The municipality in Seeb has intensified their inspection against the Aedes aegypti mosquito using hot fogging and cold ultra-low volume spraying machines with pyrethroid insecticides as precautionary steps to combat mosquito breeding sites in the Wilayats." Photo - @M_Municipality/Twitter As part of their efforts, authorities will now be moving to Azaiba, Ghala, Ghubra and north and south Al Khuwair to keep a check on the mosquito population.
Spraying process involves using hot fogging machines and cold ultra-low volume spraying machines with pyrethroid insecticides as certified by the World Health Organization.
I recommended to the farmer the use of labdacyhalothrin or deltamethrin, which belong to the pyrethroid family.
The new combination nets used in the study contain a pyrethroid insecticide which repels and kills the mosquitoes as well as an insect growth regulator, pyriproxyfen, which shortens the lives of mosquitoes and reduces their ability to reproduce.
The nanoparticles are added into a liquid sample obtained from the vegetables, serving as "micro magnets" to attract pyrethroid molecules.
Pyrethroid insecticides are synthetic derivatives of pyrethrins, natural compounds found in Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium flowers.
Fetal exposure to insecticide used for IRS, including the pyrethroid deltamethrin and dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and its breakdown product dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE), have been shown in many animal and in vitro studies to alter immune function (Rehana and Rao 1992; Santoni et al.
Mixture of agrochemical solution constituted two organophosphate compounds, one pyrethroid, one nitrobenzene compound and one biospray.