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Environmental problems created by overuse of synthetic pesticides can be overcome
by pesticides derived from plant sources. The aim of the study is to determine the
anti bacterial activity and phytotoxicity of formulated neem oil nanoemulsion. Neem
oil nanoemulsion of size 31 nm was obtained using high energy method. Anti bacterial
activity was studied against E.coli (ATCC DH5α, 25922), Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC
25923) and Bacillus pumilus. Nanoemulsion of size 31 nm was observed to have better
anti bacterial activity compared to other two sizes (95 nm and 250 nm). In vitro and
In vivo studies were carried out against three plant systems (Lycopersicum esculentum,
Cucumis sativus and Zea mays). Formulated nanoemulsions were found to be non toxic
against plants. From the present study, formulated nanoemulsion was observed to have
better anti bacterial activity and non toxic to plant systems.
C H has completed her Ph.D at the age of 25 years from Vellore Institute of Technology. She is
currently working as a research Associate for CSIR funded Project in Centre for Nanobiotechnology,
VIT University. She has published 3 papers in International Journals.
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