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EVALUATION OF LEAF EXTRACT OF SOME MEDICINAL WILD PLANTS ON THE GROWTH AND SPORULATION OF PAECILOMYCES LILACINUS

@article{Sharf2014EVALUATIONOL,
  title={EVALUATION OF LEAF EXTRACT OF SOME MEDICINAL WILD PLANTS ON THE GROWTH AND SPORULATION OF PAECILOMYCES LILACINUS},
  author={Rushda Sharf and Hisamuddin and Abbasi and Ambreen Akhtar},
  journal={The International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014}
}
In vitro experiment was conducted to determine the effect of leaf extracts of five medicinal wild plant viz, Chenopodium album, Eclipta prostrata, Euphorbia pulcherima, Oxalis corniculata and Stellaria media on the growth and sporulation of fungus Paecilomyces lilacinus. The effect of the leaf extracts of these medicinal wild plant was noted at the different time interval such as, 24hrs, 48hrs, 72hrs, 96hrs and 120hrs. After 120 hrs the maximum mycelial growth was observed in Oxalis corniculata… Expand
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