2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2009000300011 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Bioinsecticides are shown to be useful in control programs to prevent several diseases, based on their specificity and efficiency against insect vectors. In the current study a bioinsecticide based on Bacillus sphaericus was produced using a white soybean culture medium and applied to larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus, the susceptible species, and Aedes aegypti, the refractory species used as the negative control.

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“…Despite the medical importance of some species of the genus Culex and the great discomfort they cause, little progress has been made in the taxonomy and systematics of the genus. Most Culex mosquito research focuses on the epidemiology of arboviruses and potential vectors (Turell et al 2001) and on the control of species that transmit pathogens to humans and other vertebrates (Regis et al 1995, Melo et al 2009). …”
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“…Despite the medical importance of some species of the genus Culex and the great discomfort they cause, little progress has been made in the taxonomy and systematics of the genus. Most Culex mosquito research focuses on the epidemiology of arboviruses and potential vectors (Turell et al 2001) and on the control of species that transmit pathogens to humans and other vertebrates (Regis et al 1995, Melo et al 2009). …”
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“…Most of studies cited aimed to obtain microbial growth and toxic protein yield similar to or higher than that attained by reference laboratory medium, in such comparative studies researchers always used one random reference medium [6][7][8][9][10][11]. In our previous study [12], we evaluated five conventional laboratory media named: poly medium, nutrient yeast extract salt, glucose-glutamatesalts-EDTA, Luria Bertani and acetate yeast extract medium, for the growth and biocide production by B. sphaericus strains EMCC1931, EMCC1932 along with the reference strains.…”
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“…A utilização de resíduos agrícolas tem sido bastante estudada para a produção de inseticidas biológicos. Diversos trabalhos já demonstraram o potencial existente nos subprodutos à base de soja, aveia, amendoim, trigo, feijão, entre outros (Melo et. al., 2009;Prabakaran & Balaraman, 2006;Zouarin et.…”
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