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Effect of Adding Chamomile and Cinnamon Oils to Larval Diet of Silkworm Bombyx mori L. on its Biological Parameters
Journal of Plant Protection and Pathology
The quality and quantity of silk produced by the mulberry silkworm, Bombox mori L. are highly influenced by larval feeding, larval ages, care, and types of races. This work investigated effects of adding chamomile and cinnamon oil to larval food on some biological parameters of B. mori. For this purpose, cinnamon and chamomile oils were used in different concentrations (for cinnamon: 0.5 ,0.75, 1%; for chamomile: 1%, 2% and 3%). The results showed that the cinnamon 1% highly increased, in adoi:10.21608/jppp.2022.118966.1058 fatcat:rag7vhim3rba3dghfffadujkxq