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Estimation of lipid and alkaloid content in some medicinal plants of genus Terminalia (Combretaceae) of Marathwada Region in Maharashtra

Kadam V. B, Salve S. B, Deore S. V, Khandare K. R* and Kadam U .B** P. G. Dept. of Botany & Research Centre, K.T.H.M. College, Nasik–422 002 *Department of Botany, Arts & Science and Commerce College, Satana, Nashik **P.G. Department of Chemistry and Research Centre, M.S.G. College, Malegaon, Nashik A B S T R A C T The seasonal ... Read More »

Antimicrobial property of Momordica charantica incorporated biscuits

Thilagavathi. S* and Swarnalatha. M Department of Food Science and Nutrition, Periyar University, Salem-11, TamilNadu, India Received: 22 July 2014, Accepted: 20 August 2014, Published Online: 15 December 2014 Abstract Momordica charantia is an important commercial cucurbit belonging to the family cucurbitaceae, genus Momordica. The fruits are bitter in taste. The bitter principle in bitter gourd is monordicine, an alkaloid, ... Read More »

Determination of alkaloid and lipid content in some medicinal plants of Genus Sesbania

About author V.B. Kadam , M.V.Mali , U.B. Kadam*, V.B. Gaikwad** P.G.Department of Botany and research Centre, K.T.H.M.College,Nashik-422 002 *P.G.Department of Chemistry and Research Centre, M.S.G.College, Malegaon **Director ,B.C.U.D. Pune University, Pune, India Abstract The seasonal variation of alkaloids has been investigated in leaf, bark and wood of Sesbania rostrata, Sesbania exaltata and Sesbania sesban, which are medicinally important. The ... Read More »

Present Availability Status, Diversity Resources and Distribution of Medicinal Orchid species in Darjeeling Himalaya of West Bengal, India

ABOUT AUTHOR Rajendra Yonzone*, D. Lam, R. B. Bhujel, Samuel Rai Department of Botany, St. Joseph’s College, P.O. North Point, District Darjeeling, W. B., India E-mail: ryonzone99@gmail.com INTRODUCTION Orchids are considered to be the most highly evolved among the monocotyledons (Hajra and De, 2011). They exhibit incredible diversity in shape, size, structure, colour and fragrance of flowers (Kalita, 2006) and three different ... Read More »

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