2023
DOI: 10.1002/cbdv.202300274
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Antifungal and Insecticidal Activities of Selected Plant Species from Cloud Forest of Veracruz, Mexico: A Contribution to the Search of Novel Control Agents against Ambrosia Pest Complexes

José A. Guerrero‐Analco,
Diana L. Murrieta‐León,
Stefany Licona‐Velazquez
et al.

Abstract: The antifungal and insecticidal activities of 34 extracts from 27 plant species were evaluated against fungal phytopathogens of the genus Fusarium and Xyleborus Scolytine ambrosia beetles involved in Fusarium dieback (FD) and laurel wilt (LW) diseases. Sixteen extracts caused mycelial growth inhibition (MGI) above 23 % at 2 mg mL−1 against F. solani, those from S. nudum and M. argyrophylla exhibited the highest MGI (57 % and 49 %, respectively). Thirteen extracts displayed significant antifungal activity again… Show more

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