Review on few South Indian medicinal plants as antimicrobial agents

@article{Uddandapu2016ReviewOF,
  title={Review on few South Indian medicinal plants as antimicrobial agents},
  author={Phani Kumari Uddandapu and Y. Venkateswara Rao and K. Chandrasekhar Naidu},
  journal={International Journal of Bioassays},
  year={2016},
  volume={5},
  pages={4915-4926}
}
The Plant kingdom is a storehouse of potential drugs. Plant derived medicines have made large contributions to human health and well-being. They play dual role in the development of new drugs. At first they act as a natural blueprint for the development of new drugs and secondly they can be used for the treatment of infectious diseases. Many evidences gathered from earlier studies which confirmed that the presence of variety of phytochemicals in plants contribute medicinal properties. In this… 
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