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Repellent efficacy of essential oils and plant extracts againstTribolium castaneumandPlodia interpunctella

Title
Repellent efficacy of essential oils and plant extracts againstTribolium castaneumandPlodia interpunctella
Authors
Lee, Hwa-EunHong, Su JungHasan, NajmulBaek, Eun JooKim, Jun TaeKim, YoungdukPark, Mi-Kyung
DGIST Authors
Lee, Hwa-Eun; Hong, Su Jung; Hasan, Najmul; Baek, Eun Joo; Kim, Jun Tae; Kim, Youngduk; Park, Mi-Kyung
Issue Date
2020-09
Citation
Entomological Research, 50(9), 450-459
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Author Keywords
CombinationOriganum vulgarePlodia interpunctellaRepellent efficacyTanacetum cinerariifoliumTribolium castaneum
Keywords
TRIBOLIUM-CASTANEUMINSECTICIDAL ACTIVITIESCHEMICAL-COMPOSITIONHERBST COLEOPTERACINNAMON OILLEPIDOPTERAPYRALIDAETOXICITYFOODIDENTIFICATION
ISSN
1748-5967
Abstract
This study was conducted to investigate the repellent efficacy of essential oils (Origanum vulgare, Pimpinella anisum, and Tanacetum cinerariifolium) and four plant extracts (Agastache rugosa, Capsicum annuum, Citrus reticulata, and Ginkgo biloba) against Tribolium castaneum (adults and larvae) and Plodia interpunctella (larvae). Gas chromatography/mass spectrometry analysis revealed the presence of carvacrol, anethole, and jasmolin I as the predominant constituent in O. vulgare, P. anisum, and T. cinerariifolium, respectively. Furthermore, ethyl hexopyranoside, 9,12-octadecadienoic acid, cyclopentanol, and 2-cresol were identified in A. rugosa, C. annuum, C. reticulata, and G. biloba, respectively. The repellent efficacy of each essential oil, plant extract, and the combination of oils was evaluated using a specially designed cylinder trap for 120 h. Among the three oils, O. vulgare and T. cinerariifolium had greatest repellent efficacy against P. interpunctella larvae. T. cinerariifolium exhibited effective repellence against the adults and larvae of T. castaneum. Therefore, O. vulgare (O) and T. cinerariifolium (T) were selected for further investigation of combined effects. Two essential oils were mixed in three different ratios of OT1 (1:3), OT2 (1:1), and OT3 (3:1). The repellent efficacies of OT1 and OT2 against the adults of T. castaneum were significantly greater than that of OT3. OT1 was effective against the larvae of T. castaneum, whereas OT2 was effective against the larvae of P. interpunctella. OT1 enhanced the repellent efficacy by approximately five times against larvae of T. castaneum, compared with that of T. cinerariifolium. Overall, OT1 was selected as the best repellent substance against all the tested insects. © 2020 The Entomological Society of Korea and John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/12780
DOI
10.1111/1748-5967.12471
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing
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Division of Automotive Technology1. Journal Articles


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