2023
DOI: 10.53365/nrfhh/161456
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Essential oils from Carapebus sandbank plants as natural controllers against insect pests of importance in Brazilian public health and agriculture

Abstract: The use of biological controllers of natural origin against pests of agricultural and health importance has been increasingly recommended in recent years due to lower environmental toxicity, in addition to promoting greater safety for human and animal health. At the same time, the development of studies with native and promising plant resources, which are still little studied, means that conservation measures for these species are encouraged. In this context, this review aims to optimize and discuss the use o… Show more

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