Definition of Disinfestant
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Disinfestant
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1. Typhus Fever with Particular Reference to the Serbian Epidemic by Richard Pearson Strong (1921)
"Obviously a disinfestant may be shown by occasional laboratory experiments not to destroy all of the ova or lice under the conditions of the experiment, ..."
2. Flue-Cured Tobacco: The Complete Handbook by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"Porous (float) trays may need to be soaked in the disinfestant solution to help reduce pathogen and algae carryover. If trays are soaked, they should be ..."
3. The Modern Materia Medica: The Source, Chemical and Physical Properties (1911)
"... is a disinfestant liquid consisting essentially of resin soaps, tar oils, and sodium cresols.—Mfr.: Dr. Lowenstein, Rostock, Germany. ..."
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