By Vijay Veer, Reji Gopalakrishnan
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Botanicals are used as larvicides and growth inhibitors; some plants possess repellent properties and they are used as repellents against mosquitoes. Biological control of mosquito was very popular during the early part of the twentieth century, but with the development and availability of chemicals such as the organochlorines and organophosphates, it was replaced by insecticidal control. However, because of problems with insecticide resistance and greater awareness of environmental contamination, there has been renewed interest in biological (biological control) methods.
Rev Protección Veg 28:81–94 Regnault-Roger C (2012) Trends for commercialisation of biocontrol agent (biopesticide) products. In: Mérillon JM, Ramawat KG (eds) Plant defence: biological control, vol 12, Progress in biological control. Springer, Dordrecht, pp 139–160 Saravanan TS, Mohamed MA, Chandrasekar R, Sundramoorthy M (2003) Freshwater fishes as indicators of Kaveri river pollution. J Environ Biol 24:381–389 23 Selvarani D, Rajamanickam C (2003) Toxicity of PCB 1232 on mitochondria of fish Arius caelatus (Valenciennes).
1998) reported that larvici- 29 dal activity of Gliricidia sepium crude ethanol extracts of dried leaves, fresh leaves, dried petioles, and stem bark was tested for their activities against third instar larvae of An. stephensi, Ae. aegypti, and Cx. quinquefasciatus. Pushpalatha and Muthukrishnan (1999) evaluated that the methanol seed and leaf extract showed significant larvicidal and growth regulatory activities even at very low concentrations against An. stephensi. Murugan and Jeyabalan (1999) studied the effect of some indigenous plants on the larvicide and ovipositional properties on An.
Herbal Insecticides, Repellents and Biomedicines: Effectiveness and Commercialization by Vijay Veer, Reji Gopalakrishnan