Essential Oil Research 2019
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-16546-8_8
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Chemical Diversity and Insecticidal and Anti-tick Properties of Essential Oils of Plants from Northeast Brazil

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“…Complementing what was said, it is verified that, according to Blank et al (2019) the species Myrcia lundiana and Myrcia ovate both have EOs with great antimicrobial activity and also, an evident potential of control for phytopathogenic fungi, which are responsible for the degradation of tropical fruits after harvest.…”
Section: Biological Activity Of Essential Oils In a Health Contextmentioning
confidence: 54%
“…Complementing what was said, it is verified that, according to Blank et al (2019) the species Myrcia lundiana and Myrcia ovate both have EOs with great antimicrobial activity and also, an evident potential of control for phytopathogenic fungi, which are responsible for the degradation of tropical fruits after harvest.…”
Section: Biological Activity Of Essential Oils In a Health Contextmentioning
confidence: 54%
“…Among the advantages of using plant EOs as biopesticides is their high volatility (low persistence in the environment) and the presence of a wide variety of compounds in their chemical constitution. Such chemical componentes are present in different proportions (eg major or minor compounds) (Blank et al 2019) and Interact in different ways (eg synergistic, additive or antagonistic) in uencing the bioactivity of EOs (Cavar Zeljkovic and Maksimvic…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%