Both the extracts exhibited a significant antibacterial activity against all the screened microorganisms. Key words: Leucas aspera, Antibacterial activity. Leucas aspera, Leucas zeylanica, antifungal, dermatophytes. RESULTS: Antifungal activity of Leucas sp. against Dermatophytes. Objective: The aim of this study was to explicate antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidant activities of Leucas aspera flowers. Methods: Antibacterial activity was.
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Screening for microbial strains degrading glass fiber acrylic composite filters. On the basis of zone of inhibition the results have been illustrated.
Jigna P, Sumitra C. Abstract Objective To evaluate antioxidant, antimicrobial and cytotoxic activity of different parts root, flower, leaf and stem of Leucas aspera L. Some tribal medicinal plants of Chittagong hill tracts, Bangladesh. Based on the screening results, it was indicated that the root had the highest scavenging activity which was The decrease in the solution absorbance was measured at nm after 30 min of incubation.
Phytochemical screening and fo activity of Leucas marrubioides desf.
Antioxidant and antibacterial activity of different parts of Leucas aspera
Afr J Biotechnol ;7: Since the LC 50 values for both the 12 h and 24 h observation were higher than 1. Thrombolytic activities of Spilanthescalva and Leucas zeylanica. In case of antimicrobial screening, crude extracts of root, flower, leaf and stem showed notable antibacterial activity against tested microorganisms.
Separation of Leucas asperaa medicinal plant of Bangladesh, guided by prostaglandin inhibitory and antioxidant activities. These results imply that the ethanolic root extract shows slightly higher radical scavenging activity which may be attributed to its stronger proton-donating anti,icrobial.
On the other hand, methanol negative control did not exhibit any effect on all the tested microorganisms. Diet and ot implications. Experiments were conducted along with control, actiivty a set of three tubes per dose. Griess reagent was used in nitric oxide scavenging assay.
Additional Links Manuscript Submission. The extracts were filtered. Asiatic Soc of Bangladesh; Potential antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial evaluation of extracts of Leucas aspera using in vitro models. The extracts were all placed in glass Petri dishes.
National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Antimicrobial effects of spices. It has been widely observed and accepted that the medicinal value of plants lies in the bioactive phytocomponents present in the plants Veermuthu et al. Gram positive Staphylococcus aureus S.
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Cyperaceae Afr J Biomed Res. Dried plant powdered of this plant is applied in case of scabies and flower is used to cure cough. So please consider my corrected paper, demand draft and make the further process. B, Modi K and Shah M. The results of the antibacterial screening of the leaves and roots of Leucas aspera were presented in table 2. Proposed that different bioactive compounds illustrate various modes of antimicrobial activity.
It is used as an insecticide and indicated in traditional medicines for coughs, cold, painful swelling and chronic skin eruption. Screening of Amazonian plants from the adolphoducke forest reserve, Manaus, state of Amazonas, Brazil, for antimicrobial activity.
Traditionally, the whole plant is taken orally for analgesic, antipyretic, antirheumatic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial treatment and its paste is applied topically to inflamed areas .
The deviating result in comparison with this study might be due to the difference in the solvent system used. It should be emphasized that toxic effect of the antioxidant and antimicrobial agent on the host cells must be considered, as a substance may exhibit antioxidant and antimicrobial activity by virtue of its toxic effect on the cells . Res ; 2 4: From this study, it is concluded that the traditional plants may represent new sources of anti-microbes with stable, biologically active components that can establish a scientific base for future investigation.
Curr Med Chem ;8: Int J Food Microbiol ; The antibacterial screening of the both extracts were carried out by determining the zone of inhibition using disc diffusion method Mc Farland, against five bacteria. The antimicrobial activity of the plant extracts root, flower, leaf and stem was determined by disk diffusion technique .
This was the first report that Leucas zeylanica showed antifungal activity against these dermatophytes. Analyzing its toxicity, improving its formulations may leuca the therapeutic efficacy of ot bioactive compounds. In the previous investigation Gandhiraja et al. J Plant Taxono ; J Ethnopharmacol ; Sasikala Associate Professor and Head, P.
The nitric oxide-scavenging properties of Ginkgo biloba extract EGb Antimicrobial and phytochemical studies on 45Indian medicinal plants against multidrug resistant human pathogens. Preparation of extract The leaves and roots were washed and extracted with acetone, ethyl acetate and chloroform for off hours with occasional shaking in a beaker.
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In the brine shrimp lethality bioassay, it was evident that the antimixrobial root extract did not show significant toxicity. Plant material The plant L.