2019
DOI: 10.1590/0074-02760180489
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Nanoemulsion containing essential oil from Xylopia ochrantha Mart. produces molluscicidal effects against different species of Biomphalaria (Schistosoma hosts)

Abstract: BACKGROUND This work describes a chemical study of the essential oil from leaves of Xylopia ochrantha , an endemic Annonaceae species from Brazil, and its activity against Biomphalaria species. Considering its poor solubility in aqueous medium, the essential oil was nanoemulsified to evaluate its action on controlling some mollusc species of genus Biomphalaria , snail hosts of Schistosoma mansoni … Show more

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“…Otarigho [17], studying the molluscicidal effect of Cymbopogon citratus leaves and aqueous extracts against the different stages of development of Biomphalaria pfeifferi, used adult animals with shell size between 6-8mm, obtaining CL 90 =159.47 mg/L for ethanolic extract and CL 90 =254.92mg/L for aqueous extract. The work of Araújo et al [18] on the use of nanoemulsion containing essential oil from Xylopia ochrantha Mart. producing molluscicidal effects against different species of Biomphalaria, they used the previously obtained CL 25 , CL 50 and CL 90 for B. glabrata to perform the tests with different species and different shell sizes.…”
Section: High Performance Fraction Liquid Chromatography Profilementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Otarigho [17], studying the molluscicidal effect of Cymbopogon citratus leaves and aqueous extracts against the different stages of development of Biomphalaria pfeifferi, used adult animals with shell size between 6-8mm, obtaining CL 90 =159.47 mg/L for ethanolic extract and CL 90 =254.92mg/L for aqueous extract. The work of Araújo et al [18] on the use of nanoemulsion containing essential oil from Xylopia ochrantha Mart. producing molluscicidal effects against different species of Biomphalaria, they used the previously obtained CL 25 , CL 50 and CL 90 for B. glabrata to perform the tests with different species and different shell sizes.…”
Section: High Performance Fraction Liquid Chromatography Profilementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Treatment with quercetin, myricetin, and ursolic acid at a concentration of 100 ppm for 96 h induced mortalities of 100%, 80%, and 53.33%, respectively [69]. One year later, another study reported the activity of a Brazilian sandbank species against B. glabrata [70]. Nanoemulsified essential oil from leaves of Xylopia ochrantha, an Annonaceae plant, showed activity against three species of Biomphalaria: B. glabrata, B. tenagophila, and B. straminea.…”
Section: Brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The similar action was observed on mollusks of different ages and its oviposition. Treatment with this essential oil at a concentration of 78 ppm for 24 h caused 100% mortality of all adult species [70]. Table 2 shows recent studies with Brazilian plants with antischistosoma or molluscicide activity.…”
Section: Brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the initial day, the Styrofoam plates were deposited in the water of the B. glabrata rearing tanks for oviposition. After 48 h, the egg capsules were carefully removed from the Styrofoam and then accommodated in 24-well plates using the adapted methodology of Araújo et al (2019). Then, the number of viable eggs at time zero was counted, and then 1000 μL of NE was added to the plate wells at concentrations of 20, 40, 60, 80, 100 and 120 ppm.…”
Section: Evaluation Of Ovicidal Activitymentioning
confidence: 99%