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NIGERIAN PLANTS WITH INSECTICIDAL POTENTIALS AGAINST VARIOUS STAGES OF MOSQUITO DEVELOPMENT

Author Names : Sunday E. Bassey
Page No. : 07-18  volume 2 issue 1
Article Overview

ABSTRACT

Mosquito transmits vector-borne disease such as malaria, filariasis, yellow fever, dengue fever, encephalitis especially in the tropical countries. In Nigeria, malaria is transmitted by female Anopheles mosquitoes. Others such as Aedes aegypti transmits chikungunya, yellow and dengue fevers; and Culex quinquefasciatus transmits lymphatic filariasis. Synthetic chemicals currently used for the control of mosquito at various developmental changes have adverse effect on the environment and non-target organisms. As such, research has focused on the use of plant extracts using different solvent. Several plants found in Nigeria have exhibited activities toward the various developmental stages of the mosquito. Therefore, research should focus on field trials against specific species of mosquitoes to determine the actual toxicity level for each species.

Keywords: Medicinal plants, Mosquito, Nigeria, Parasites

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