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Fumigant Toxicity of Plant Essential Oils Against Camptomyia corticalis (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)

Nitric Oxide as a Potent Fumigant for Postharvest Pest Control

Fumigant, contact, and repellent activities of essential oils against the darkling beetle, Alphitobius diaperinus

Rapid Uptake, Metabolism, and Elimination of Inhaled Sulfuryl Fluoride Fumigant by Rats

Insecticidal, Fumigant, and Repellent Activities of Sweet Wormwood Oil and Its Individual Components Against Red Imported Fire Ant Workers (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

Fumigant and Repellent Properties of Essential Oils and Component Compounds Against Permethrin-Resistant Pediculus humanus capitis (Anoplura: Pediculidae) from Argentina

Field Evaluation of Traditionally Used Plant-Based Insect Repellents and Fumigants Against the Malaria Vector Anopheles darlingi in Riberalta, Bolivian Amazon

Chemical Composition and Fumigant Toxicity of the Essential Oils From 16 Species of Eucalyptus Against Haematobia irritans (Diptera: Muscidae) Adults

Fumigant Insecticidal Activity and Repellent Effect of Five Essential Oils and Seven Monoterpenes on First-Instar Nymphs of Rhodnius prolixus

Fumigant toxicity and oviposition deterrency of the essential oil from cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum, against three stored–product insects

Contact and Fumigant Toxicity of Cyperus rotundus Steam Distillate Constituents and Related Compounds to Insecticide-Susceptible and -Resistant Blattella germanica

Sublethal Effect of Pyriproxyfen Released From a Fumigant Formulation on Fecundity, Fertility, and Ovicidal Action in Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae)

 

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A substance used in fumigation, e.g., to rid a building of pests. Common fumigants are sulfur dioxide, ammonia, and naphtha. Many fumigants are toxic to humans, and those who work with them must wear respirators.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Public Health and Epidemiology.


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