Rotenone is a nonpolar compound which required a medium polarity solvent to be extracted from Derris
("When" and "My Sister's"), Gombrich (70), Skilling ("Gotama's" 950 and "Quatre" 132f); and on the whole collection or other parts of it Sheravanichkul, Skilling ("Jataka"), Unebe ("Not" and "Toward"), and Unebe et al.
globulus (53), Myrtus communis (Myrtaceae) (54), Antonia ovate and Derris
Efficacy of the botanical pesticides Derris
elliptical, Capsicum frutescens and Tagetes minuta for the control of Brevicoryne brassicae in vegetables.
The product rotenone is derived from the natural toxic properties from the roots of several different derris
plant species that are located in tropical regions (Ling 2002).
Pyrethrum and derris
are short-lived, mild natural insecticides that poison insects.
ArbF Bauhinia longipedicellata Ducke ArbF X Bauhinia sp.1 ArbF Bauhinia sp.2 ArbF Cenostigma tocantinum Ducke AF X Derris
utilis (A.C.Smith) Ducke HP Dialium guianense (Aubl.) Sandwith AF X Dioclea malacocarpa Ducke LF Dioclea sclerocarpa Ducke LF Enterolobium schomburgkii (Benth.) Benth.
So if you use insecticides in your garden and this applies as much to the more natural products like derris
and pyrethrum as it does to the modern purely synthetic materials, there are certain precautions to observe.
For example, the biodegradable and photolabile rotenone in the form of derris
resin (Cheng et al.
This family-owned camp was started by Derris
Rawlins in 1962.