Research Paper | Entomology | Egypt | Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015
Novel Determinations of Nano-extracted Destruxin from Metarhizium anisopliae against Ephestia cautella and Ephestia Kuehniella (Lepidoptera-Pyralidae) under Laboratory and Store Conditions
Abstract: The Destruxin is a cyclic hexadepsipeptides produced by entomopathogenic and phytopathogenic fungi five amino acids and one hydroxyl acid. The effect of Destruxin and nano-Destruxin on the red flour beetle -Tribolium castaneum and confused flour beetle - Ephestia Kuehniella (Lepidoptera-Pyralidae), under laboratory and store conditions were studied. The half life period LC50 of Ephestia cautella when treated with different concentrations of the fungi toxin show recorded.111X104 and 46X104 spores / ml for destruxin and nano- destruxin treatments. The half life period LC50 of E. Kuehniella recorded that, 121X104 and 32 X104 spores/ ml after destruxin and nano-destruxin treatments. Also, results, show the effect of both toxin examined against E. cautella biology, detected that, the number of eggs laid /female obtained were significantly decreased to 501.7 and 283.9 eggs/female after destruxin and nano-destruxin treatmens as compared to 3698.1 eggs/ female in the control.
Keywords: Key wards Ephestia cautella, Ephestia Kuehniella, Destruxin, nano- Destruxin
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015,
Pages: 1279 - 1282
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Sabbour M. M., "Novel Determinations of Nano-extracted Destruxin from Metarhizium anisopliae against Ephestia cautella and Ephestia Kuehniella (Lepidoptera-Pyralidae) under Laboratory and Store Conditions", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=10101502, Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015, 1279 - 1282, #ijsrnet
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