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Cedarwood oil as a potential insecticidal agent against mosquitoes

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Authors are grateful to Dr. A. Husain, Director, CIMAP, Lucknow for his keen interest, his encouragement and facilities provided during the study, Dr. N. Nand, Director, CDRI, Lucknow, for providing adult mosquitoes for the experiment and K.S. Ananthan, CI-MAP, Lucknow, for helping in statistical analysis.

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Singh, D., Rao, S.M. & Tripathi, A.K. Cedarwood oil as a potential insecticidal agent against mosquitoes. Naturwissenschaften 71, 265–266 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00441340

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  • Insecticidal Agent