2017
DOI: 10.1590/1982-0224-20160076
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Abstract: This study evaluated anesthetic efficacy and possible effects of the essential oils (EOs) of Cunila galioides (EOC) and Origanum majorana (EOO) on ventilatory rate (VR) and ionoregulation in Rhamdia quelen. In the anesthesia assessments, 50, 100, 200 and 300 μL L -1 EOC and 50, 100, 200, 300, 400 and 500 μL L -1 EOO were tested, and time for induction to sedation and anesthesia stages, as well as recovery, were taken. A second trial employed lower concentrations of both EOs, 10, 25, 50 and 100 μL L . There was… Show more

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“…This same EO presented anesthetic activity in silver catfish at concentrations ≥100µL L -1 (CUNHA, et al, 2017). In P. canaliculata, the relaxing effect was obtained from 250µL L -1 (10% efficacy), but only produced a satisfactory effect at a higher concentration (750µL L ) were also necessary for the relaxation of Haliotis iris (AQUILINA & ROBERTS, 2000) and Pomacea paludosa (GARR et al, 2012), respectively.…”
Section: Bianchini Et Almentioning
confidence: 69%
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“…This same EO presented anesthetic activity in silver catfish at concentrations ≥100µL L -1 (CUNHA, et al, 2017). In P. canaliculata, the relaxing effect was obtained from 250µL L -1 (10% efficacy), but only produced a satisfactory effect at a higher concentration (750µL L ) were also necessary for the relaxation of Haliotis iris (AQUILINA & ROBERTS, 2000) and Pomacea paludosa (GARR et al, 2012), respectively.…”
Section: Bianchini Et Almentioning
confidence: 69%
“…This effect was expected, since these compounds have an anesthetic effect in fish (GOMES et al, 2011, SILVA et al, 2015CUNHA, et al, 2017). Eugenol also presented anesthetic activity in crustaceans (PARODI et al, 2012).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…Net ion fluxes provided a good correlation with the stress of transport for silver catfish (Becker et al, 2012(Becker et al, , 2013Parodi et al, 2014;Zeppenfeld et al, 2014;Garcia et al, 2015). Sedation with eugenol and the EOs of L. alba and A. triphylla also reduced ammonia excretion and ion loss in silver catfish (Becker et al, 2012(Becker et al, , 2016Parodi et al, 2014;Zeppenfeld et al, 2014), methanolic extract of Condalia buxifolia and the EOs of Cunila galioides and Origanum majorana decreased ion loss in silver catfish (Becker et al, 2013;Cunha et al, 2017). Eugenol also reduced Cl − efflux during and after transport of Salmo salar (Iversen et al, 2003).…”
Section: Tab 2 Water Parameters After 8 H Exposure Ofmentioning
confidence: 83%
“…This experiment lasted 8 h because it is the usual time of transport of juveniles in South Brazil (Tondolo et al, 2013;Cunha et al, 2017) and the concentrations chosen were those which only induced sedation in the anesthetic induction experiment. Groups of fish were also exposed to water (control) and ethanol (1800 μL L −1 ).…”
Section: Experiments 2: Ventilatory Frequency (Vf) and Ion Fluxesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(Bakkali et al, 2008;Santos, 2010;Sharifi-Rad et al, 2017). Many of these bioactive molecules are found at low concentrations (less than 1%), while a few of them are major compounds that can represent up to 70% of the total volume of oil and are mainly responsible for the bioactive effects of the EO (Bakkali et al, 2008;Cunha et al, 2017). Several of these secondary metabolites of medicinal plants present diverse antiparasitic activity (Bakkali et al, 2008;Soares and Tavares-Dias, 2013;Romero et al, 2014, Valero et al, 2015Hashimoto et al, 2016, Soares et al, 2016Sharifi-Rad et al, 2017).…”
Section: Secondary Metabolites Of Plants and Essential Oilsmentioning
confidence: 99%