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Laboratory evaluation of penfluron and furyltriazine the insect growth regulators against anopheles stephensi



Laboratory evaluation of penfluron and furyltriazine the insect growth regulators against anopheles stephensi



Current Science 55(18): 902-905



Laboratory experiments were conducted to determine the effectiveness of Penfluron and Furyltriazine, the insect growth regulators with molt inhibiting activity, on developmental stages of Anopheles stephensi. The two compounds were applied in doses ranging from 0.0001 to 25 ppm. Results showed that the compounds exhibit potent larvicidal and pupicidal action. Dosage-mortality responses were for Penfluron and Furyltriazine against larvae and pupae by keeping them continuously in treated water. Dosage-mortality regressions differed among instars. Early instars in general are more susceptible than later ones. In laboratory studies Penfluron proved to be more active at lower dosages than did Furyltriazine against larvae and pupae.

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