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Antimicrobial Studies on Selected Medicinal Plants in Khandesh Region, Maharashtra, India
M.A. Chaudhari1*, S.M. Sarode2, Y.A. Chaudhari3, G.Vidyasagar2 and M.K. Kale1
1Department of Pharmacology, K.Y.D.S.C.T’s College of Pharmacy, Sakegaon- 425201
2Veerayatan Institute of Pharmacy, Bhuj, Gujarat.
3TVES’S Hon’ble L. M. C. College of Pharmacy, Faizpur
Medicinal plants contribute in human health care system. Most of the plants utilized by village peoples as a folk medicine. Now we are turned in to medicinal plant analysis of active compounds and conservation aspect. In the present study we had select the four important medicinal plants in the Khandesh region. Such plants are widely used in this region for ayurvedic purpose by villagers and local herbal health masters. We have colleted four medicinally important medicinal plants such as Acalypha indica, Cassia auriculata, Eclipta alba and Phyllanthus niruri for antimicrobial studies. The experiment carried out in the selected medicinal plants leaves and roots. The results are discussed with the available literature.
M.A. Chaudhari, S.M. Sarode, Y.A. Chaudhari, G.Vidyasagar, M.K. Kale. Antimicrobial Studies on Selected Medicinal Plants in Khandesh Region, Maharashtra, India. Research J. Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2010; 2(5): 386-390.
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