STUDIES ON THE PHYTOCHEMICAL, SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIBACTERIAL EFFICIENCY OF URGINEA INDICA(ROXB.) KUNTH (LILIACEAE) AND CYCLEA PELTATA ARN. EX WIGHT ( MENISPERMACEAE)
U. S. Patil, O.S.Deshmukh and *R.P.Ganorkar.
A large number of medicinal plants are used as alternate medicine for diseases of man and other animals since most of them are without side effects when compared with synthetic drugs. Each plant whether it may be shrub, herbs, algae have its own significance in pharmaceutical, medicinal, agricultural, industrial, biochemical and chemical sciences. The present investigation was focused on the preliminary phytochemical and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectral analysis and Antimicrobial Studies of solvents extracts of Urginea indica (Roxb.) Kunth ( Liliaceae) and Cyclea peltata Arn. ex Wight (Menispermaceae), results were clearly revealed that the plant contained different bioactive compounds such as of Alkaloids, Anthoquinones, Coumarins, Steriods and Flavonoids compounds were rich in the extracts of Urginea indica ( Liliaceae) and Cyclea peltata (Menispermaceae) are connected with defense mechanism against many microorganisms.
Keywords: Antimicrobial, Spectroscopical,Phytochemical, terpenoids, flavonoids, saponins, alkaloids, flavonoids, steroids, Urginea indica, Cyclea peltata.
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