BRINGING YOU INFORMATION.  PROVIDING YOU A PLATFORM.

 

 
THE PHARMA REVIEW (JULY AUG 2018)

Phytochemical Screening and Antimicrobial Activity of Herbal Plant Extracts - Achyranthes Aspera

Shahazadi Parveen

Introduction: The plant species Achyranthes aspera from the family Amaranthaceae is a vital medicated herb found throughout India. Although most of its components are employed in ancient systems of medicines such as seeds, roots and shoots are foremost necessary components that are used for treatment of disease. The article provides updated info about phyto-chemical and anti-microbial activity. Chloroform and methyl alcohol root and shoot extracts of A. aspera showed sensible quantity of medication activity against enterobacteria sp. Root extract showed the activity against B. Substilis solely antifungal activity of roots was found in extracts with petroleum ether, chloroform and methyl alcohol against fusarium sp. Phytophothora and Sclerouum sp. Results recommend that extract has important medication and antifungal activities against tested microorganisms.

 

Go to Content Index Page

PHARMA REVIEW - ARTICLES ARCHIVE ( COMPLETE LIST)

 

The above content is an abstract only. For the full Article please contact:
KONGPOSH Publications Pvt. Ltd.
ICS House, C-19, Commercial Complex, SDA, Opp. IIT Gate, New Delhi, India -110016
Tel.: 26855839, 9811195411
Email: kongposhpub@gmail.com, Website: http://www.kppub.com

 
 
 
 

Copyright KONGPOSH PUBLICATIONS Pvt. Ltd.