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Articles by K. Sri Rama Murthy
Total Records ( 2 ) for K. Sri Rama Murthy
  K. Sri Rama Murthy and Nagamani Kandimalla
  Indigenous uses of Walsura trifoliata (A. Juss.) Harms. (Meliaceae) bark in different parts of Eastern Ghats of Southern Peninsular India, curing skin allergies, astringency and diarrhoeia is wide spread. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the antimicrobial and phytochemical activity of bark extract against pathogenic microorganisms. Successive petroleum ether, methanol, benzene and aqueous extracts of Walsura trifoliata bark were tested for their phytochemical constituents, antibacterial and antifungal activity. The methanol and aqueous extracts were found to be most effective against most of the tested organisms. The present findings significantly conform the uses of Walsura trifoliata in the indigenous systems of medicine to treat various diseases like skin allergies, astringency and diarrhoea.
  S. Sandhyarani , K. Sri Rama Murthy and T. Pullaiah
  Eastern Ghats are highly significant in terms of its Biodiversity. Extensive field and literature survey of trees in Eastern Ghats yielded 560 tree taxa under 262 genera belonging to 80 families out of the estimated 2500 species of flowering plants in Eastern Ghats. Euphorbiaceae (66) followed by Rubiaceae (38), Moraceae (31), Lauraceae (26), Mimosaceae (24), Rutaceae (21), Verbenaceae (17), Meliaceae (16), Cordiaceae, Fabaceae (14), Ebenaceae, Oleaceae (13), Tiliaceae (12) are the largest families based on the species number. The dominant genera include Ficus with 25 species, Grewia, Acacia, Diospyros with12 and Terminalia 10. Endemic tree species distributed in different regions of Eastern Ghats are Acacia donaldi, Actinodaphne madraspatana, Alphonsea madraspatana, Albizia thompsonii, Boswellia ovalifoliolata, Bridelia cinerascens, Cordia domestica, Croton scabiosus, Dimorphocalyx kurnoolensis, Eriolaena lushingtonii, Hildegardia populifolia, Lasiococca comberi, Premna hamiltonii, Pterocarpus santalinus, Shorea tumbuggaia, Syzigium alternifolium, Terminalia pallida, Wendlandia gambleii, Vernonia shevaroyensis, Toona ciliata var. brevipetiolata etc. A brief account on topography, geology, climate, vegetation pattern, floristic analysis, distribution pattern of trees in various regions of Eastern Ghats are provided.
 
 
 
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