2009
DOI: 10.4322/rbpv.01803011
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Abstract: ResumoO objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar o efeito do óleo essencial de Eucalyptus globulus (OEEG) sobre a eclosão e desenvolvimento de larvas de Haemonchus contortus. A determinação da composição química do OEEG foi feita por meio de cromatografia gasosa acoplada à espectrometria de massa. No teste de eclosão de ovos (TEO), utilizaram-se as concentrações 21,75; 17,4; 8,7; 5,43 . The concentration of EGEO that inhibits 50% of the eggs and larvae was 8.3 and 6.92 mg.mL -1 , respectively. The oil chemical an… Show more

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“…Aqueous extract of Annona senegalensis leaves inhibited 11.5% of egg hatching at a concentration of 7.1 mg.mL -1 (ALAWA et al, 2003). The maximum effectiveness of essential oil of Eucalyptus globulus on eggs was 99.3% at a concentration of 21.75 mg.mL -1 and on larvae was 98.7% at a concentration of 43.5 mg.mL -1 (MACEDO et al, 2009). Since the in vitro tests presented good results, the essential oil was subjected to toxicological assessment to evaluate its effect and to estimate the dose on live organisms.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Aqueous extract of Annona senegalensis leaves inhibited 11.5% of egg hatching at a concentration of 7.1 mg.mL -1 (ALAWA et al, 2003). The maximum effectiveness of essential oil of Eucalyptus globulus on eggs was 99.3% at a concentration of 21.75 mg.mL -1 and on larvae was 98.7% at a concentration of 43.5 mg.mL -1 (MACEDO et al, 2009). Since the in vitro tests presented good results, the essential oil was subjected to toxicological assessment to evaluate its effect and to estimate the dose on live organisms.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…citratus essential oil was more efficient than the decoction and exhibited an efficacy superior to those of other essential oils tested previously. The EC50 values of Eucalyptus globulus essential oil were 8.3 and 6.9 mg/mL for egg hatching and larval development, respectively (MACEDO et al, 2009). The EC50 values of Lippia sidoides essential oil were 0.4 and 2.97 mg/mL for eggs and larvae, respectively (CAMURÇA-VASCONCELOS et al, 2007).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Extratos aquosos de Leonotis ocymifolia, Leucas martinicensis, Albizia schimperiana e Senna occidentalis induziu 100, 99,85, 99,31 e 96,36% de inibição do desenvolvimento larval de H. contortus, respectivamente (Egaule et al, 2011). Em estudo conduzido por Macedo et al (2009), utilizando óleo essencial de Eucalyptus globulus na concentração de 43,5mg/mL, foi demonstrado 98,7% de inibição do desenvolvimento larval. Extrato aquoso de Musa sp., avaliado na concentração de 57,76mg/mL apresentou eficácia de 90% (Oliveira et al, 2010).…”
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