Friday , 23 February 2024

Plant Profile on Terminalia Species- A Review

Sindhu Gillella*, Ch. Anusha, U. Rajasekhar, S. Bharath, T. Ushakiran Reddy, K. Muni Raja Lakshmi, CH. Apparao
S V U College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, S.V University, Tirupati–517502.

A B S T R A C T
Restorative plants are the principle hotspot for creating remedial specialists from antiquated opportunity to fix infections. Terminalia is the second biggest variety having a place with the family Combretaceae. A wide assortment of restorative properties and pharmacological activities has been ascribed to the plants of the class Terminalia. Phytochemical research has prompted the disconnection of various classes of mixtures including tannins, flavonoids, phenolic acids, triterpenes, triterpinoidal glycosides, lignins and its subsidiaries. The current review manages the three different Terminalia species with respect to their morphology, phytochemical studies and pharmacological examinations.

Keywords: Terminalia, tannins, flavonoids, triterpenes, glycosides, lignins.

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