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Biorational insecticides in pest management
A review article of the latest developments of the biorational approaches in pest management appeared in the literature from 1997 to date, paying particular attention to those practical approaches that are respectful to the environment.
New sesquiterpene derivatives from the red alga Laurencia scoparia. Isolation, structure determination, and anthelmintic activity.
Eleven sesquiterpenes (1-11) and one long chain aldehyde (12) have been isolated from the dichloromethane extract of the red alga Laurencia scoparia. Four of them are new natural products. Scopariol
Semiochemical and natural product-based approaches to control Spodoptera spp. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
An updated account of the semiochemicals and other natural product-based approaches to monitor and control the most damaging Spodoptera spp.
Bioactive polychlorinated bibenzyls from the liverwort Riccardia polyclada.
Compounds 1- 4 were active in a brine shrimp lethality bioassay ( Artemia salina) and displayed moderate antifeedant activity in disk-choice bioassays with Spodoptera littoralis larvae and inhibited the growth of Cladosporium herbarum cultures on TLC plates.
Isolation and identification of neo-clerodane diterpenes from Ajuga remota by high-performance liquid chromatography.
The anti-feedant activities of the isolated compounds against Spodoptera littoralis are also reported here.