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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: IMPROVING SOIL AND NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR SUSTAINED PRODUCTIVITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Title: Natural Products from Forest Resources for Use as Arthropod and Fungal Biocides

Authors
item Karchesy, J - OSU, CORVALLIS, OR
item Javier, Pc - INST POLITECNIO MEXICO
item Manter, Daniel
item Marc, D - CDC, FORT COLLINS, CO
item Panella, N - CDC, FORT COLLINS, CO
item Karchesy, Y - OSU, CORVALIS, OR
item Kelsey, R - USDA FS, CORVALLIS, OR
item Dietrick, G - CDC, FORT COLLINS, CO
item Piesman, J - CDC, FORT COLLINS, CO

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: December 20, 2005
Publication Date: April 4, 2006
Citation: Karchesy, J.J., Javier, P., Manter, D.K., Marc, D., Panella, N., Karchesy, Y., Kelsey, R.G., Dietrick, G., Piesman, J. 2006. Natural Products from Forest Resources for Use as Arthropod and Fungal Biocides. Meeting Abstract.

Technical Abstract: Natural products from Pacific Northwest forest resources can offer alternatives to the use of synthetic pesticides in the control of both arthropods of public health concern and forest fungal pathogens. Tree heartwood extracts with high toxicity (low LC50) in preliminary brine shrimp bioassays were found to be good sources for these bioactive compounds. Comparisons are made for the activities of isolated compounds, extracts, and woody materials from Alaska yellow, incense, Port-Orford, and western red cedars and western juniper against mosquitoes, ticks, and the fungus responsible for sudden oak death.

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