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Toxic potential of Melia azedarach leaves extract against Odontotermes obesus and Microtermes obesi.
azedarach leaves extracts inducing oxidative imbalance in roots seemed to be harmful in vivo on R.
Management of collar rot disease of chickpea by extracts and soil amendment with dry leaf biomass of Melia azedarach L.
Production of biodiesel from Melia azedarach seed oil: a nonedible feedstock for biodiesel.
Keywords: Biodiesel, Melia Azedarach, Fats and Oil.
azedarach was successfully tested as an inhibitor of the larval development of Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith, 1797) (Lepidoptera) (SCAPINELLO et al.
azedarach has also been used in Ayurveda (3); it is known as Bakayn in India and Pakistan, where it has been used in traditional medicine to treat leprosy, scrofula, nausea, vomiting, thirst, and eruptive skin conditions.
The purpose of the study was to generate Amphotericin B resistant strainand evaluate the crude extract of Melia azedarach against wild and lab generated resistant strain of Leishmania tropica.
Latin name Family 1 Cerasus polytricha Rosaceae 2 Schisandra chinensis Magnoliaceae 3 Litsea pungens Lauraceae 4 Kerria japonica Rosaceae 5 Euonymus verrucosoides Celastraceae 6 Ulmus bergmanniana Ulmaceae 7 Lindera obtusiloba Lauraceae 8 Lonicera fragrantissima standishii Caprifoliaceae 9 Malus baccata Rosaceae 10 Rhus potaninii Anacardiaceae 11 Celastrus orbiculatus Celastraceae 12 Acer elegantulum Aceraceae 13 Acer davidii Aceraceae 14 Melia azedarach Meliaceae 15 Eucommia ulmoides Eucommiaceae 16 Swida walteri Cornaceae 17 Akebia trifoliata Lardizabalaceae Basis for the selection 1 a 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 b 6 a 7 b 8 b 9 a 10 a 11 b 12 b 13 b 14 a 15 a 16 a 17 b Table 2.
Behavioural responses of diamondback moth Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) to extracts derived from Melia azedarach and Azadirachta indica.
Melia azedarach (MA), tambien conocida como Paraiso, China berry tree, Ku-lian, Cinamomo o Persian lilac tree, es un arbol nativo del continente asiatico con amplia distribucion en el Norte de Australia, Estados Unidos, America del Sur y sur de Europa (1, 16, 19).