2018
DOI: 10.1007/s10340-017-0950-0
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Toxicity and sublethal effects of allyl isothiocyanate to Sitophilus zeamais on population development and walking behavior

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“…Plant essential oils’ extraction, composition, and bioactivity have been widely studied over the last years. The composition of the essential oils extracted from a wide variety of plants have been catalogued 1,2 , and the behavioural and physiological bioactivities of these botanicals against insect pests have been evaluated in stored products 2,3 , and it has been found that the extraction mode can directly interfere with essential oil yield and composition 4,5 . Thus, essential oils and essential oil-based pesticides could be used for food protection in alternation or combination with other pesticides, reducing the overall amount of applied pesticides and avoiding or reducing the possibility of developing resistance in pest populations 6 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Plant essential oils’ extraction, composition, and bioactivity have been widely studied over the last years. The composition of the essential oils extracted from a wide variety of plants have been catalogued 1,2 , and the behavioural and physiological bioactivities of these botanicals against insect pests have been evaluated in stored products 2,3 , and it has been found that the extraction mode can directly interfere with essential oil yield and composition 4,5 . Thus, essential oils and essential oil-based pesticides could be used for food protection in alternation or combination with other pesticides, reducing the overall amount of applied pesticides and avoiding or reducing the possibility of developing resistance in pest populations 6 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Essential oils have a wide application in perfume and flavouring industries and have been studied for their application in pest management, for example, as biopesticides [ 33 , 34 , 35 ]. The bioactivity of essential oils in pest management of stored grains is linked not only to their lethality, but also to behavioural changes aiming the increase in food safety and quality [ 33 , 36 , 37 , 38 ]. Together with other factors, like the diffusion of volatile components [ 39 , 40 ] and the persistence of components after application [ 41 ], the compositition of essential oils is important to predict its bioactivity.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The management of insect pest infestations in stored products depends on synthetic substances of high toxicity (MANSOUR et al, 2012). Phosphine (PH 3 ) is the most used synthetic fumigant for controlling C. maculatus in stored products (FREITAS et al, 2016;FREITAS;SOUSA, 2016;SOUZA et al, 2018). However, the continuous and indiscriminate use of this insecticide can trigger the emergence of resistant populations in stored units and pose risks to man and the environment (TAY; BECKETT; BARRO, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%