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Abstract

COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITIES OF TRADITIONALLY USED INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS AGAINST E.coli PATHOGENIC ORGANISM

Dr. R. Krishnaveni, R. Nevithitha*, Rev. Sr. Dr. V. Eugin Amala and Mrs. R. Umamaheswari

ABSTRACT

Mankind used traditional medicine for the treatments of various disease for centuries. Large portion of the world population especially in developing countries depends on the traditional system of medicine for primary health care and a variety of ailments. Many experts believed that the most viable and effective approach is to redesign stratagies for discovering novel molecules from the plants. In search of broad spectrum antibacterial activity from traditionally used Indian plants against urinary tract infection. The zone of inhibition noted among that, maximum zone of inhibition at Hibiscus rosa-sinensis (18mm) followed by Menthaspicata (12mm), Azadirachtaindica (5mm), Mangiferaindica (10.2mm), Solanumnigrum (5.6mm), Solanumtrilobatum(5.4mm), Eclipta alba(5.2mm), Ocimum sanctum (10.3mm), Andrographispaniculata(5.3mm), Murrayakoenigii(10mm). Ten traditional aqueous plant extract were screened against E.coliThis study explores the antibacterial properties of traditionally used plants. Tested the hypothesis, aqueous extract from traditionally used Indian plants used to treat symptoms often caused by E.colibacteria.

Keywords: Spectrum, aqueous extract, antimicrobial activity, E.coli.


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