Research Journal of Medicinal Plant
Year: 2011 | Volume: 5 | Issue: 3 | Page No.: 343-347
Antibacterial Activities of Crude Extracts of
to Bacterial Pathogens
Antibacterial properties of different extracts of
Ethanol, ethyl acetate, acetic acid and water were used to prepare the extract. The
of different extracts were carried out against four bacteria, S
, by agar cup diffusion method. Zone of inhibition produced by different extracts were measured. Acetic acid extract of
against all the tested bacteria in the order of sensitivity as
was sensitive with 6, 24, 12 and 8 mm zone of inhibition at 10 mg mL
of water, acetic acid, ethanol and acetone extract respectively. For,
zone of inhibition is 8, 20, 12 and 10 mm for water, acetic acid, ethanol and acetone.
revealed no zone of inhibition for water extract whereas it possess 18, 10, 2 mm zones of inhibition at 10 mg mL
for acetic acid, ethanol and acetone respectively.
showed 3, 20, 9 and 4 mm zone of inhibition at 10 mg mL
for different extracts. These results showed that the extract has a wide range of antibacterial property than the other extracts.
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How to cite this article:
S. Sundaram, P. Dwivedi and S. Purwar, 2011. Antibacterial Activities of Crude Extracts of
to Bacterial Pathogens.
Research Journal of Medicinal Plant, 5: 343-347.
09 December, 2011
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