nthelmintic activity of Cymbopogon martinii , Cymbopogon choenanthus and Mentha piperita essential oils evaluated in four ifferent in vitro tests

@inproceedings{Katikia2011nthelminticAO,
  title={nthelmintic activity of Cymbopogon martinii , Cymbopogon choenanthus and Mentha piperita essential oils evaluated in four ifferent in vitro tests},
  author={M. Katikia and A. C. S. Chagasb and H. R. Bizzoc and J. F. S. Ferreirad and A. F. T. Amarantee},
  year={2011}
}
  • M. Katikia, A. C. S. Chagasb, +2 authors A. F. T. Amarantee
  • Published 2011
Anthelmintic resistance is a worldwide concern in small ruminant industry and new plant-derived compounds are being studied for their potential use against gastrointestinal nematodes. Mentha piperita, Cymbopogon martinii and Cymbopogon schoenanthus essential oils were evaluated against developmental stages of trichostrongylids from sheep naturally infected (95% Haemonchus contortus and 5% Trichostrogylus spp.) through the egg hatch assay (EHA), larval development assay (LDA), larval feeding… CONTINUE READING

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