Quantitative Analysis And Antioxidant Activity Of Manikara Hexandra (Mh) Fruit And Prosopis Cineraria (Pc) Leaves

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  • Shikha Mishra , Govind Soni , Neetesh K Jain

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https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S10.589

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The plant screening for phytochemical constituents seems to have the potential to act as a source of useful drugs and cures many infections as a result of the presence of various bioactive compounds that evident to have enormous activity against array human pathogens. The objective of the study was to undertake a comparative qualitative phytochemical analysis of the different parts like Manikara hexandra (MH) fruit and Prosopis cineraria (PC) leaves, a traditional herb used against several diseases. The total Flavonoid content in Manikara hexandra (MH) fruit and Prosopis cineraria (PC) leaves was found 31.23 and 22.18 mg/ 100 mg of dried extract respectively in ethyl acetate extract. The total phenolic content in ethanolic extract of Manikara hexandra (MH) fruit and Prosopis cineraria (PC) leaves was found 121.12 and 39.21 mg/ 100 mg of dried extract respectively. The total tannin content in Manikara hexandra (MH) fruit and Prosopis cineraria (PC) leaves was found 42.52 and 3.38 mg/ 100 mg of dried extract respectively in ethanolic extracts. These findings suggested that Manikara hexandra (MH) fruit and Prosopis cineraria (PC) leaves extract could be a potential source of drugs which in future may serve for the production of synthetically improved therapeutic agents.

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2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31

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Quantitative Analysis And Antioxidant Activity Of Manikara Hexandra (Mh) Fruit And Prosopis Cineraria (Pc) Leaves. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 4860-4869. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S10.589