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Molluscicidal Activity of Eco-friendly natural compound (Rutin) Gained from Ethanolic Flowers Extract of Calendula officinalis on B. alexandrina, B. truncatus and Lymanea snails

@inproceedings{ElSheikh2012MolluscicidalAO,
  title={Molluscicidal Activity of Eco-friendly natural compound (Rutin) Gained from Ethanolic Flowers Extract of Calendula officinalis on B. alexandrina, B. truncatus and Lymanea snails},
  author={El-Sheikh and E. H. M. Behary},
  year={2012}
}
Within 3000 intermediate host snails of Schistosomiasis and Fasciolasis were originated from Delta regions at Egypt mainly Beba in Beni Seuf governorate. They were selected on the basis of snails selection Schistosomiasis and Fasciolasis mainly Schistosoma haematobium, Schistosoma mansoni and Fasciola ova. Preliminary screening of C. officinalis flower ethanolic extract showed molluscicidal activity against Biomphalaria alexandrina, Bulenus truncatus and Lymanea snails under studying. Rutin as… 

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