2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02762010000200019
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Impact of water renewal on the residual effect of larvicides in the control of Aedes aegypti

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“…Finally, formulation A showed 100% mortality for about 20 days but with more rapid loss of residual effect of all the other products studied, only 15% mortality at 90 days. Also, Pontes et al (2010) evaluate the residual effect of three larvicides under laboratory conditions for 100 days in A. aegypti. In the B. thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)-WDG test, mortality was sustained above 90% for up to 35 days.…”
Section: Residual Effectmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, formulation A showed 100% mortality for about 20 days but with more rapid loss of residual effect of all the other products studied, only 15% mortality at 90 days. Also, Pontes et al (2010) evaluate the residual effect of three larvicides under laboratory conditions for 100 days in A. aegypti. In the B. thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)-WDG test, mortality was sustained above 90% for up to 35 days.…”
Section: Residual Effectmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies have indicated that water renewal can have a negative infl uence on the larvicide residual activity used in vector control programs (44) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The last few decades experienced the use of insecticides of biological origin against the larvae of Aedes aegypti (Cheng et al 2003;Harvae and Kamath 2004;Koodalingam et al 2009;Kumar et al 2010;Oliveira et al 2010). In recent times, there has been major concern for the promotion of plant-based insecticides including microbial (Melo-Santos et al 2001;Wang and Jaal 2005;Pontes et al 2010) and insect growth regulators (Sihunincha et al 2005;Vythilingam et al 2005). However, recent reports have shown that the use of microbes like Bacillus sphaericus as a potent biolarvicide in India is limited due to the development of resistance towards these compounds in the laboratory and in the field conditions (Poopathi and Tyagi 2002;Singh and Prakash 2009).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%