Nanoparticle of Silver Nitrate (Ag2NO3) and Organophosphate (C10H19O6PS2) for Vector Control of Anopheles Larvae
Mursid Raharjo, Agus Subagyo, Sulistiyi
Available Online 19 June 2020.
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- climate, vector, Anopheles
- The climate change has an impact on various lives, including in the vector breeding. The Anopheles resistance as an infectious agent of Plasmodium is harmful for life, especially to non-target organisms and the environment. Nano-silver (Ag2NO3), is a new form of engineering in vector control. The aim of this research was the toxicity test of nano-silver (Ag2NO3) and Organophosfat (C10H19O6PS2) on Anopheles larvae. This was a laboratory research (true experiment), used for 3-4 instar stage larvae toxicity test. The number of samples was calculated using an experimental approach, with a completely randomized design. As simply, can formulated as follows, (t-1) (r-1)> 15. The amount of this samples were 21. The toxicity test with organophosphate compounds, at concentration 0.03 mg /lt as many as 76% larvae were death, whereas on concentrations 0.07 mg /lt as many as 95% of the instar were death. Toxicity test of synthesis two compounds on concentration 0,03 (organophospat) + 0,05 (Ag2NO3) mg/lt there was 83% of larvaes were death and 100% on concentration 0,07 (organophospat) + 0,05 (Ag2NO3) mg/lt. The conclusion are, synthesis of nano-silver with organophopat is more effective than only organophospat compounds. Silver nitrate has the potential as a synthetic material or substitute for Organophospate.
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TY - CONF AU - Mursid Raharjo AU - Agus Subagyo AU - Sulistiyi PY - 2020 DA - 2020/06/19 TI - Nanoparticle of Silver Nitrate (Ag2NO3) and Organophosphate (C10H19O6PS2) for Vector Control of Anopheles Larvae BT - Proceedings of the 2nd Sriwijaya International Conference of Public Health (SICPH 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 10 EP - 17 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.200612.002 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.200612.002 ID - Raharjo2020 ER -