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Title: Mosquito control with green nanopesticides: towards the One Health approach? A review of non-target effects
Authors: Benelli G
Maggi F
Pavela R
Murugan K
Govindarajan M
Vaseeharan B
Petrelli R
Cappellacci L
Kumar S
Hofer A
Youssefi MR
Alarfaj AA
Hwang JS
Higuchi A
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:生命科學暨生物科技學系
Keywords: Arbovirus
Biosafety
Dengue
Genotoxicity
Japanese encephalitis
Malaria
Nanosynthesis
West Nile virus
Zika virus
Date: 2018-04
Issue Date: 2018-10-22T02:09:03Z
Publisher: Environ Sci Pollut Res Int.
Abstract: Abstract: The rapid spread of highly aggressive arboviruses, parasites, and bacteria along with the development of resistance in the pathogens and parasites, as well as in their arthropod vectors, represents a huge challenge in modern parasitology and tropical medicine. Eco-friendly vector control programs are crucial to fight, besides malaria, the spread of dengue, West Nile, chikungunya, and Zika virus, as well as other arboviruses such as St. Louis encephalitis and Japanese encephalitis. However, research efforts on the control of mosquito vectors are experiencing a serious lack of eco-friendly and highly effective pesticides, as well as the limited success of most biocontrol tools currently applied. Most importantly, a cooperative interface between the two disciplines is still lacking. To face this challenge, we have reviewed a wide number of promising results in the field of green-fabricated pesticides tested against mosquito vectors, outlining several examples of synergy with classic biological control tools. The non-target effects of green-fabricated nanopesticides, including acute toxicity, genotoxicity, and impact on behavioral traits of mosquito predators, have been critically discussed. In the final section, we have identified several key challenges at the interface between "green" nanotechnology and classic biological control, which deserve further research attention.
Relation: 25(11) pp.10184-10206
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/50697
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