2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-33062008000400024
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Abstract: RESUMO -(Bioprospecção de substâncias inseticidas de plantas nativas de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasil Palavras-chave: metabólitos secundários, plantas inseticidas, gorgulho-do-milho, Sitophilus zeamaisABSTRACT -(Bioprospecting insecticidal compounds from plants native to Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil). This paper reports on an evaluation of the insecticidal activity of extracts prepared from leaves of Tapirira guianensis Aubl. (Anacardiaceae), Attalea phalerata (Mart. ex Spreng.) Burret (Arecaceae), Eugenia uniflora… Show more

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“…ex Spreng. (Arecaceae) leaf extract toxicity against S. zeamais (SOUZA et al, 2008). The present study demonstrated the toxicity of Carapa guianensis oil against S. frugiperda caterpillars.…”
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confidence: 62%
“…ex Spreng. (Arecaceae) leaf extract toxicity against S. zeamais (SOUZA et al, 2008). The present study demonstrated the toxicity of Carapa guianensis oil against S. frugiperda caterpillars.…”
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confidence: 62%
“…The species of this family are well known in the Amazon region; however, there have been few studies on their insecticidal potential. Previous studies have reported the insecticidal potential of extracts obtained from species of the family Arecaceae against grain-infesting insects and have revealed significant toxic (Souza et al, 2008) and negative effects on feeding behavior and offspring production of insect pests (Rani et al, 2011). With respect to the oleoresin from Copaifera spp.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Insecticidal activity of extracts prepared from leaves of plants in Anacardiaceae, Arecaceae, and Amaranthaceae on the maize weevil were evaluated. The insecticidal effect ranged from 20% to 60% by the fifth day depending on the plant extracted (Souza et al, 2008). Various combinations of Niger seed oil and 5% malahtion dust provided complete protection to maize seed from the maize weevil up to 90 d after infection (Yuya et al, 2009).…”
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