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- Singh, Pooja, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of stored products research 2014 v.59 pp. 285-291
- in vivo studies; oviposition; pigeon peas; essential oils; field experimentation; insects; Aspergillus flavus; adults; sensory evaluation; Clausena; pathogens; germination; seeds; storage time; bioassays; oils; flavor; pests; weight loss; biobased products; mortality; taste; Callosobruchus chinensis; microbial contamination; fumigants; color; Dysphania ambrosioides; fungi
- ... Laboratory bioassays were conducted to evaluate the comparative efficacy of two essential oil based botanical formulations (EOBBFs) made from 1, 5 and 10% concentrations of Chenopodium ambrosioides and Clausena pentaphylla essential oils for the storage of pigeon pea seeds. C. ambrosioides and C. pentaphylla oils were formulated as bioproduct A and B respectively. During in vivo evaluation of both ...