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Chemistry and Medicinal Properties of Hymenocallis littoralis

@inproceedings{Singh2017ChemistryAM,
  title={Chemistry and Medicinal Properties of Hymenocallis littoralis},
  author={Gyanendra Singh and R. K Saxena},
  year={2017}
}
Medicinal plants have bioactive compounds which are used for curing of various human diseases and also play an important role in healing. Hymenocallis littoralis has allelochemical importance such as defensive compounds, insect repellents, attractants, and their role in ecological balance. Medicinal plants have antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammation activities. Hymenocallis littoralis bulb, root and anther extracts possess a good antioxidant activity which can demonstrate a better… 

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