Larvicide

When an insecticide is used as a control against the larval stage of a pest, it is termed a larvicide. Usually the larval stage in such cases is easier to reach or it is more vulnerable to insecticides than other stages in the life cycle.

larvicide

[n] - a chemical used to kill larval pests
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larvicide

Substance intended to kill larvae.
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Larvicide

Kills the larvae of insects.
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larvicide

An agent that kills larvae. ... Origin: Larva + L. Caedo, to kill ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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larvicide

noun a chemical used to kill larval pests
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larvicide

(lahr´vĭ-sīd) an agent that kills insect larvae.
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larvicide

larvicide, larvicidal A preparation adapted to kill larvae.
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larvicide

Type: Term Pronunciation: lar′vi-sīd Definitions: 1. An agent that kills larvae.
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larvicide

killing of larvae
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