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Determination of insecticidal effects of Ricinus communis crude extracts and blood baited traps with castor oil adhesive on phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae)

@inproceedings{Mongare2018DeterminationOI,
  title={Determination of insecticidal effects of Ricinus communis crude extracts and blood baited traps with castor oil adhesive on phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae)},
  author={Samuel Mong’are},
  year={2018}
}
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Evaluating various plant extracts from endemic and non-endemic areas of Bihar for their insecticidal activity against sandfly to identify the most effective plant extract found the column separated 9th fraction of C. infortunatum extract found to be effective in killing 63 per cent of adult P. argentipes. Expand
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The results indicated that the 95% ethanolic leaf extract of R. communis can be used effectively in integrated format for the control of acaricide resistant ticks. Expand
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It is demonstrated for the first time, that the castor oil and ricinine are active ingredients of R. communis that acts against S. frugiperda and that each of the seed extracts exhibited better insecticidal and insectistatic activity than the leaf extracts. Expand
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Findings indicate that planting high densities of R. communis and B. glabra in sand flies-endemic areas will reduce population sizes and reduce the risk of Leishmania major infections. Expand
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Disney trap and sticky traps exhibited the most productivity than other traps and appeared to be the most productive for both estimating the number of sand flies and the species composition in the study area. Expand
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It can be expected that the use of R. communis product be suitable for P. xylostella population density reduction in the field, in view of the low Oviposition rates, oviposition deterrent, immature mortality, and the relatively low persistence of the toxic ricin oil. Expand
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