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Effect of solvents on total phenolic compounds and antibacterial activity of Ceriops tagal extracts

  title={Effect of solvents on total phenolic compounds and antibacterial activity of Ceriops tagal extracts},
  author={Luksamee Vittaya and Chakhriya Chalada and Thunwadee Ritthiwigromb},
Ceriops tagal is a mangrove plant in RHIZOPHORACEAE family which plays an importance role in coastal ecological balance and exhibit versatile pharmacological area. In this study, leaves and barks were collected from Rajamangala beach, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Trang province and were dried to successively extract with hexane, ethyl acetate and methanol. The total phenolic content was evaluated by Folinciocaltue method. The results showed that methanolic barks extracts… 

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