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dc.contributor.authorOLIVEIRA, M. S. de
dc.contributor.authorCOSTA, W. A. da
dc.contributor.authorBEZERRA, P. N.
dc.contributor.authorSOUZA FILHO, A. P. da S.
dc.contributor.authorCARVALHO JUNIOR, R. N. de
dc.identifier.citationIn: RADHAKRISHNAN, R. (Ed.). Biological approaches for controlling weeds. London: IntechOpen, 2018.
dc.descriptionThe control of invasive plants is still carried out with the use of synthetic chemical agents that may present high toxicity and, consequently, be harmful to humans and animals. In Brazil, especially in the Amazon, small producers use this kind of technique in a rustic way, with brushcuters or ire. In this sense, the search for natural agents with bioherbicide potential becomes necessary. Examples of these agents are the essential oils that over the years have been shown to be a viable alternative to weed control. Thus, this review aims to show the potentially phytotoxic activity of allelochemicals present in essential oils of diferent aromatic plants.
dc.subjectProdutos naturais
dc.subjectPlanta invasora
dc.titlePotentially phytotoxic of chemical compounds present in essential oil for invasive plants control: a mini-review.
dc.typeParte de livro
dc.subject.thesagroÓleo Essencial
dc.format.extent2Cap. 5, p. 49-62.
dc.contributor.institutionMozaniel Santana de Oliveira, UFPA; Wanessa Almeida da Costa, UFPA; Priscila Nascimento Bezerra, UFPA; ANTONIO PEDRO DA SILVA SOUZA FILHO, CPATU; Raul Nunes de Carvalho Junior, UFPA.
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