Studying of the effect of some plant extracts on the Bioefficacy of green bottle insect Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
Keywords:Lucilia sericata ، المستخلصات الكحولية ، فعالية حيوية
This research aims to study the effect of ethyl alcohol extracts on the leaves of the Camaldulensis dehnh and seeds of Cuminum cyminum and leaves of Eruca sativa, Nerium oleander of some aspects of the Bioefficacy on the first and third larvae instar of Green bottle fly Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Breeding was conducted in the laboratory at a temperature 30 ± 5 °C, a relative humidity of 60 ± 5 of light a period of 12 hours /day. The ethyl alcoholic extracts of the leaves of the C.dehnh and seeds of C. cyminum and leaves of E. sativa, N. oleander show different results according to the concentration and duration of treatment. The ethyl alcoholic extracts of the leaves of the C.dehnh gave the highest mortality percentage 95.7% at the concentration of 500 ppm after 24 hours of treatment for the first larvae instar While the results show that the ethyl alcoholic extracts of the leaves of the N. oleander gave the lowest mortality percentage was 23.5.% at 10 ppm after 72 hours of treatment for the first larvae instar as well as the ethyl alcoholic extracts of the leaves of the C.dennh show highest mortality percentage 87.5% at the concentration of 500 ppm after 24 hours of treatment while the lowest mortality percentage was 22.2.% at 10 ppm after 72 hours of treatment for the third larvae instar. The results show that there were significant differences for ethyl alcohol extracts of seeds and leaves of plants used in the effect on the first and third larval instars of Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
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