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COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF BASELLA ALBA (L.) VARIETIES

@inproceedings{Suganthi2015COMPARATIVESO,
  title={COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF BASELLA ALBA (L.) VARIETIES},
  author={Appalasamy Suganthi and Angamuthu Tamilarasi},
  year={2015}
}
Phytochemical natural bioactive components with wide ranging benefits to human health. The presence study has provided some comparative phytochemical constituents of two varieties of Basella alba (Green and reddish purple). Flavonoids, tannins and saponins were present in both chloroform and petroleum ether extract of green Basella alba along with sterols present in the reddish purple Basella alba. The two varieties of Basella alba are good source of phytochemicals are vary in degree… 

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