STUDY OF SYNTHETIC COMPOUNDS AS REPELLENTS AGAINST THE MOSQUITOES CULEX PIPIENS MOLESTUS AND AEDES AEGYPTI release_btrxkrby6zb7rkzbcaowih4ddu

by E Bergmann, I Pinsky, Z Aizenshtat, M Bar-Zeev

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Volume 1976

Abstract

Sixty-eight chemicals were synthesized and evaluated as repellents agains 2 species of mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti L. and Culex pipiens molestus Forskal, by applying the repellents on the shaven belly of a rabbit. The Chemicals were classified into a number of categories according to their repellent effect. Those falling into the best category were then compared in paired tests with deet (/V,/V-diethyl-m-toluamide). 2-Styryl-l ,3-dioxane and 2-methylenedioxyphenyloxazolidine were similar to deet against Culex pipiens molestus. The following 7 chemicals were similar to deet against Aedes
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