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Research Journal of Phytochemistry
  Year: 2014 | Volume: 8 | Issue: 3 | Page No.: 102-111
 
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Studies on Phytochemical Screening, Antimicrobial and Anti Radical Scavenging Effect Coastal Salt Mash Plant of a Suaeda monoica

K. Muthazhagan, P. Thirunavukkarasu, T. Ramanathan and D. Kannan

Abstract:
Salt mash plants have used in many country for food and feed. The coastal people utilized the folk medicine based on the traditional knowledge to many diseased. Generally salt tolerance plants have more phyto chemical and more anti oxidant effect indicated that lot of literature, So in this way in our present study antioxidant, antimicrobial and phytochemcial screening of coastal salt mash plant of a Suaeda monoica. To evaluate the medicinal value of Suaeda monoica and we choose tree types of extracts, (Petroleum ether, ethyl acetate and methanol), three types of concentration (100, 50, 25 mg mL-1) and three types of activity (photochemical screening, anti microbial and antioxidant). In our result point out maximum anti microbial effect observed in petroleum ether extract at 100 mg mL-1 concentration and minimum anti microbial effect observed in menthol at 25 mg mL-1 concentration. In the case of phytochemical screening was observed in phenolic group for all the extract and alkaloids, anthraquinones, catechins, flavonoids, gum, oils and resins and saponins are completely absent in all extracts.. Antioxidant effect maximum (71.4) in methonal extrat at 100 mg mL-1 concentration and minimum in 28.5 for at 25 mg mL-1 concentration of petroleum ether extract.
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K. Muthazhagan, P. Thirunavukkarasu, T. Ramanathan and D. Kannan, 2014. Studies on Phytochemical Screening, Antimicrobial and Anti Radical Scavenging Effect Coastal Salt Mash Plant of a Suaeda monoica. Research Journal of Phytochemistry, 8: 102-111.

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=rjphyto.2014.102.111

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