Phytopharmacognostic, Antibacterial Activity of Different Extract of Terminalia Arjuna Roxb Leaves

Authors

  • Ghumare Pramila Anandrao Dhonde Alias Babaji College, Kada, INDIA
  • Dattatraya Jirekar Anandrao Dhonde Alias Babaji Mahavidyalaya, Kada, INDIA
  • Shailendrasingh Thakur Milliya College, Beed, INDIA
  • Ramesh Ware Milliya College, Beed, INDIA
  • Mazahar Farooqui Maulana Azad College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Aurangabad, INDIA

Keywords:

Terminalia Arjuna Roxb, Pharmaco-Chemical, Antibacterial Activity

Abstract

The wealth of India is stored in the broad natural flora which has been gifted to her.  Endowed with a variety of agro-climatic conditions, India is a virtual herbarium of the world. The importance of medicinal and aromatic plants has been emphasized from time to time.  It is accepted that the drug of natural origin shall play an important role in health care, particularly in the rural areas of India. India is having a high knowledge of phototherapy from Ayurveda, and still, hundreds of potent drugs are yet to be evaluated scientifically.  Keeping this in view, we reviewed one of the potential trees whose leaves and other parts also have a potent traditional application, but it has not been much studied. 

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Author Biographies

Ghumare Pramila, Anandrao Dhonde Alias Babaji College, Kada, INDIA

Dept. of Chemistry 

Dattatraya Jirekar, Anandrao Dhonde Alias Babaji Mahavidyalaya, Kada, INDIA

Dept. of Chemistry

Shailendrasingh Thakur, Milliya College, Beed, INDIA

Dept. of Chemistry

Ramesh Ware, Milliya College, Beed, INDIA

Dept. of Chemistry

Mazahar Farooqui, Maulana Azad College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Aurangabad, INDIA

Dept. of Chemistry

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Published

2020-06-13

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Ghumare Pramila, Dattatraya Jirekar, Shailendrasingh Thakur, Ramesh Ware, & Mazahar Farooqui. (2020). Phytopharmacognostic, Antibacterial Activity of Different Extract of Terminalia Arjuna Roxb Leaves. To Chemistry Journal, 6, 1-4. Retrieved from https://purkh.com/index.php/tochem/article/view/799

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