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- Medina-Baizabal, Irma L., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Revista Argentina de Microbiologia 2017 v.49 pp. 83-92
- Clonostachys rosea; Meloidogyne javanica; Myzus persicae; Rhopalosiphum padi; Spodoptera littoralis; active ingredients; bioactive properties; biopesticides; ethyl acetate; fatty acids; fungi; gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; median effective concentration; metabolites; phytophagous insects; plant parasitic nematodes; plant pests; screening; tropics; Mexico
- ... Fungal metabolites are promising alternatives for the development of biorational pesticides. In this sense, microfungi from tropical regions are valuable sources of natural compounds for pest management. With the aim of broadening the search for new eco-friendly products to manage plant pests, this study was carried out to evaluate the biological activity of 23 tropical fungal extracts on three sp ...
- Medina-Baizabal, Irma L., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- World journal of microbiology & biotechnology 2008 v.24 no.9 pp. 1955-1959
- Acalypha; Ageratum; Alternaria tagetica; Ambrosia; Bidens; Caesalpinia; Croton; Eugenia; Furcraea; Fusarium oxysporum; Glomerella cingulata; Randia; Rhizopus; Tephrosia; Trichilia; Vitex; antifungal properties; botanical pesticides; ethanol; flora; fungi; growth retardation; leaves; pathogens; roots; stems; Mexico
- ... A total of 20 plants belonging to different genera (Acalypha, Ageratum, Ambrosia, Bidens, Blechum, Caesalpinia, Calea, Carlowrightia, Croton, Eugenia (2), Furcraea, Stenandrium, Tephrosia, Trichilia (2), Randia (3), and Vitex) were selected from native flora of the Yucatan peninsula. All plants selected were collected and separated in to leaves, stems and roots. These were then extracted with etha ...