|"Phytochemical analysis Sesquiterpene, Monoterpene, Oxygenated Bi cyclic Sesquiterpene, Ketone and Ester dominated in the essential oils. Table 3 shows top three chemical components in essential oils from different parts in percentage. Gertsch et al. found Caryophyllene to cause spiciness of black pepper. It is a dietary cannabinoid having psychomodulatory effect. In vitro studies show anti-proliferative effects of beta-elemene in various cancer cells through cell-cycle arrest and induction of apoptosis [9-12]. It also enhanced the sluggish condition of the insects worsened after 24 hours. All essential oils of B. albiflora had LC 50 =12.35 ÂµL. A comparison of repellent effect revealed that the essential oils from B. albiflora root and stem took least time, i.e. 3.5 hrs for 100% repellency while essential oil from leaves took maximum time.
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Citation: Mehmood F, Shahzadi P (2014) Insect Toxicity and Repellent Activity of ytochemicals from âFlea killer, Boenninghausenia albifloraâ against âBlack Garden Ant, Lasius Nigerâ of Pakistan. J Bioanal Biomed 6: 005-008."