2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.jspr.2015.07.002
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Use of plant oils from the southwestern Amazon for the control of maize weevil

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“…The observation was also in line with Babarinde et al (2014) who reported the fumigant toxicity of the EO obtained from the freshly harvested H. opposita leaves against T. castaneum. Santos et al (2015) recently reported the toxicity of plant oils from southwestern Amazon against S. zeamais. The fumigant toxicity of the EOs implies that they could be used in controlling Sitophilus species infesting cereals at small concentrations without direct contact with the target organisms.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The observation was also in line with Babarinde et al (2014) who reported the fumigant toxicity of the EO obtained from the freshly harvested H. opposita leaves against T. castaneum. Santos et al (2015) recently reported the toxicity of plant oils from southwestern Amazon against S. zeamais. The fumigant toxicity of the EOs implies that they could be used in controlling Sitophilus species infesting cereals at small concentrations without direct contact with the target organisms.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…No ambiente de armazenamento, destaca-se a espécie Sitophilus zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), que é uma praga que causa destruição de grãos de cereais (SANTOS et al, 2015).…”
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“…Although the Amazon region is one of the main centers of biodiversity, the reports of the plants with insecticidal properties are becoming more frequent from the 2000s (COITINHO et al, 2006;SILVA et al, 2007;SARRIA et al 2011;ALVES et al, 2012;FAZOLIN et al, 2016;SANTOS et al, 2015SANTOS et al, , 2016. In general, botanical insecticides are less toxic than the synthetic ones and they degrade faster (ABBASSY; ABDELGALEIL; RABIE, 2009).…”
Section: O R + T R I a Z O P H O S C O R + C H L O R P Y R I F O S mentioning
confidence: 99%