2019
DOI: 10.21608/eajbsh.2019.93239
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Abstract: Recently, botanical insecticides have more alertness in pest control programs for its various advantages. Alhagi maurorum plant (camel thorn) one of the important medicinal plants in Fabaceae. The phytoacaricidal activity of A. maurorum plant extracts was evaluated against Panonychus citri. The aerial part of A. maurorum was extracted by methanol, petroleum ether, and water separately using the soaking and Soxhlet extraction. The rate of female daily deposited eggs varied considerably according to A. maurorum … Show more

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“…As an example of phenolic compounds, tannins play important roles in pest organisms, such as anti-food and food deterrent properties, as they reduce the efficiency of digestion in phytophagous arthropods through their chemical bonds [22]. Mostafa et al [23] studying the allelopathic effect of Alhagi maurorum extract as a phytocaricide against the mite Panonychus citri (Acari: Tetranychidae), found an increase in the mortality rate of individuals due to the presence of tannin compounds. Flavonoid compounds, although observed in smaller amounts in this study, act on insects and mites by altering enzymatic and hormonal activity, blocking biochemical pathways, and consequently reducing the assimilation of essential substances and nutrient storage [20].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As an example of phenolic compounds, tannins play important roles in pest organisms, such as anti-food and food deterrent properties, as they reduce the efficiency of digestion in phytophagous arthropods through their chemical bonds [22]. Mostafa et al [23] studying the allelopathic effect of Alhagi maurorum extract as a phytocaricide against the mite Panonychus citri (Acari: Tetranychidae), found an increase in the mortality rate of individuals due to the presence of tannin compounds. Flavonoid compounds, although observed in smaller amounts in this study, act on insects and mites by altering enzymatic and hormonal activity, blocking biochemical pathways, and consequently reducing the assimilation of essential substances and nutrient storage [20].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%