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Figure 3: The lethality of Australian plant extracts (2000 μg/ml) towards Artemia franciscana nauplii after 24 hours exposure. Results are expressed as mean ± SEM of at least triplicate determinations. M and W refer to methanolic and water extracts respectively. (a) 1 = Acacia auriculiformis leaf; 2 = A. diasparima leaf; 3 = A. leptoloba leaf; 4 = A. moluccanus nut; 5 = A. excelsa leaf; 6 = A. caerulea fruit; 7 = A. caerulea leaf; 8 = Backhousia citriodora leaf; 9 = B. myrtiflora leaf; 10 = C. citrinus leaf; 11 = Callistemon citrinus flower; 12 = C. formosus leaf; 13 = C. salignus leaf; 14 = C. salignus flower; 15 = C. oliveri leaf; 16 = Davidsonia pruriens leaf; 17 = D. pruriens fruit; 18 = D. leichhardtii leaf; 19 = Elaeocarpus angustifolius fruit; 20 = E. baileyana leaf; 21 = E. major leaf; 22 = Kunzea flavescens leaf; 23 = Leptospermum bracteata leaf; 24 = L. bracteata flower; 25 = L. juniperium leaf; 26 = L. juniperium flower; 27 = L. longifolium leaf; 28 = L. petersoni leaf; 29 = Macadamia integriflora nut; 30 = M. integriflora leaf; (b) 31 = M. alternifolia leaf; 32 = M. quinquenervia leaf; 33 = Petalostigma pubescens leaf; 34 = P. pubescens fruit; 35 = P. triloculorae leaf; 36 = P. triloculorae fruit; 37 = P. augustifolium leaf; 38 = Scaevola spinescens leaf; 39 = Syzygium anisatum leaf; 40 = S. australe leaf; 41 = S. australe fruit; 42 = S. forte leaf; 43 = S. francisii leaf; 44 = S. moorei leaf; 45 = S. puberculum leaf; 46 = S. wilsonii leaf; 47 = S. leuhmannii leaf; 48 = S. leuhmannii fruit; 49 = Tasmannia insipida leaf; 50 = T. lanceolata leaf; 51 = T. lanceolata fruit; 52 = T. lanceolata peppercorn; 53 = T. stipitata leaf. PC = Potassium dichromate positive control (1000 μg/ml); NC = seawater negative control

Figure 3: The lethality of Australian plant extracts (2000 μg/ml) towards <i>Artemia franciscana</i> nauplii after 24 hours exposure. Results are expressed as mean ± SEM of at least triplicate determinations. M and W refer to methanolic and water extracts respectively. (a) 1 = Acacia auriculiformis leaf; 2 = <i>A. diasparima</i> leaf; 3 = <i>A. leptoloba</i> leaf; 4 = <i>A. moluccanus</i> nut; 5 = <i>A. excelsa</i> leaf; 6 = <i>A. caerulea</i> fruit; 7 = <i>A. caerulea</i> leaf; 8 = <i>Backhousia citriodora</i> leaf; 9 = <i>B. myrtiflora</i> leaf; 10 = <i>C. citrinus</i> leaf; 11 = <i>Callistemon citrinus</i> flower; 12 = <i>C. formosus</i> leaf; 13 = <i>C. salignus</i> leaf; 14 = <i>C. salignus</i> flower; 15 = <i>C. oliveri</i> leaf; 16 = <i>Davidsonia pruriens</i> leaf; 17 = <i>D. pruriens</i> fruit; 18 = <i>D. leichhardtii</i> leaf; 19 = <i>Elaeocarpus angustifolius</i> fruit; 20 = <i>E. baileyana</i> leaf; 21 = <i>E. major</i> leaf; 22 = <i>Kunzea flavescens</i> leaf; 23 = <i>Leptospermum bracteata</i> leaf; 24 = <i>L. bracteata</i> flower; 25 = <i>L. juniperium</i> leaf; 26 = <i>L. juniperium</i> flower; 27 = <i>L. longifolium</i> leaf; 28 = <i>L. petersoni</i> leaf; 29 = <i>Macadamia integriflora</i> nut; 30 = <i>M. integriflora</i> leaf; (b) 31 = <i>M. alternifolia</i> leaf; 32 = <i>M. quinquenervia</i> leaf; 33 = <i>Petalostigma pubescens</i> leaf; 34 = <i>P. pubescens</i> fruit; 35 = <i>P. triloculorae</i> leaf; 36 = <i>P. triloculorae</i> fruit; 37 = <i>P. augustifolium</i> leaf; 38 = <i>Scaevola spinescens</i> leaf; 39 = <i>Syzygium anisatum</i> leaf; 40 = <i>S. australe</i> leaf; 41 = <i>S. australe</i> fruit; 42 = <i>S. forte</i> leaf; 43 = <i>S. francisii</i> leaf; 44 = <i>S. moorei</i> leaf; 45 = <i>S. puberculum</i> leaf; 46 = <i>S. wilsonii</i> leaf; 47 = <i>S. leuhmannii</i> leaf; 48 = <i>S. leuhmannii</i> fruit; 49 = <i>Tasmannia insipida</i> leaf; 50 = <i>T. lanceolata</i> leaf; 51 = <i>T. lanceolata</i> fruit; 52 = <i>T. lanceolata</i> peppercorn; 53 = <i>T. stipitata</i> leaf. PC = Potassium dichromate positive control (1000 μg/ml); NC = seawater negative control