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ANTIBIOGRAM PROFILE OF PATHOGENIC FUNGI ON SEIDENFIA RHEEDII LEAF EXTRACTS

@article{Kumar2013ANTIBIOGRAMPO,
  title={ANTIBIOGRAM PROFILE OF PATHOGENIC FUNGI ON SEIDENFIA RHEEDII LEAF EXTRACTS},
  author={Tanweer Kumar},
  journal={International journal of pharma and bio sciences},
  year={2013}
}
  • Tanweer Kumar
  • Published 2013
  • Business
  • International journal of pharma and bio sciences
Antibiogram profile of various pathogenic fungi on different solvent extracts of Seidenfia rheedii leaf were evaluated using the paper disc agar diffusion method by measuring the diameter of the growth inhibition zones. Among various solvent extracts tested, ethanol leaf extracts exhibited greater inhibition followed by ethyl acetate and chloroform solvent extracts. The petroleum ether, ethanol (1: 1) showed a low degree of inhibition on test fungi whereas no activity was associated with… 

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