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^: Sukhirun N.; Pluempanupat W.; Bullangpoti V.; Koul O.
^: Bioefficacy of Alpinia galanga (Zingiberaceae) Rhizome Extracts, (E)-p-Acetoxycinnamyl Alcohol, and (E)-p-Coumaryl Alcohol Ethyl Ether Against Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae) and the Impact on Detoxification Enzyme Activities [ (Alpinia galanga) - (E)-p- (E)-p- - Bactrocera dorsalis; ]
^: Journal of Economic Entomology, 2011; Vol.104,N 5. - P. 1534-1540
^: 2011
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^: Bactrocera dorsalis . 4 . (Alpinia galanga) . , : 24 - (50) . 4866 6337 -1. , , . -. : (E)-p- (E)-p- - . , B. dorsalis : 24 50 . 3654 4044 -1. , - , . In vitro : () -s- (). , 70% , . , -, , . ( ..).

aref2 The application of insecticides to control oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis Hendel (Diptera: Tephritidae), is a principal component of the current management of these fruit flies. However, we evaluated four extracts of Alpinia galanga Wild Linn (Zingiberaceae) rhizomes against adult flies and found hexane and ethanol extracts to be most effective (LC50 = 4,866 and 6,337 ppm, respectively, after 24 h). This suggested that both nonpolar and polar compounds could be active in the candidate plant. Accordingly, the hexane extract was further processed to isolate nonpolar active compounds from this plant source. Two compounds, (E)-p-acetoxycinnamyl alcohol and (E)-p-coumaryl alcohol ethyl ether, were identified as active ingredients and found to be more active than total hexane extract (LC50 = 3,654 and 4,044 ppm, respectively, after 24 h). The data suggested that the compounds were not synergistic but may have some additive effect in a mixture. The activity of the hexane extract against detoxification enzymes, carboxylesterase (CE) and glutathione transferase (GST) also was determined in vitro. CE was inhibited by 70%, whereas GST was not significantly inhibited. Insect CEs mediate insecticide resistance via their induction; therefore, inhibition of these enzymes by plant allelochemicals could be a useful alternative approach for the management of the pest in the field.

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