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69 34 29 26 21 24 21 Slope of Regression Line Paraffinic Stock 46-M20 Fraction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 Residue 10 Naphthenic Stock 46-81 Fraotion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Reaidue 10 β LDu, 7/Sq. C m . 8took and Fraction N o . e. e. e. e. " signifiée that fraction was noneffective at all concentrations tested. MEHL AND La DUE—EVALUATION O F PETROLEUM FRACTIONS AGAINST CITRUS PESTS 31 The factor for heterogeneity for each line was used i n the determination of the fiducial limits of the LD values selected on that line.
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And Biffin, F . M . , Chap. 17, pp. , 1944. (5) Tucker, R. , Ind. Eng. , 28, 458 (1936). RECEIVED August 4, 1950. Use of Petroleum Oils in Mosquito Control H. H. ch005 Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, U. S. Department of Agiculture, Washington, D. C. Petroleum oils in mosquito control are discussed from the pioneering experiments to their present-day status. Used alone or as carrying agents for other materials, such as DDT, petroleum oils have proved almost indispensable as larvicides and adulticides in the control of mosquitoes.
Agricultural Applications of Petroleum Products (Advances in Chemistry Series 007) by Robert B. Killingsworth (Editor), G. W. Pearce (Editor)