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Abstract

THE PHYSIOCHEMICAL STANDARDS OF DYEROPHYTUM RUBRUM GIBS. EX WT AND PLUMBAGO ZEYLANICA L LEAF: A CO-COMPARISON

Richa Tyagi*, Ekta Menghani, Meeta Masand, Ruhal Dubey

ABSTRACT

Aim of study: The main of the study conducted was to compare the two species of medicinal plants that is dyerophyutm rubrum Gibs. Ex Wt and Plumbago zeylanica L. For this comparison we have performed the physiochemical standards of both the plants for its leaf samples. With the help of following comparison we can say that dyerophyutm rubrum can be used as substitute for Plumbago zeylanica L. Method: for evaluating the physiochemical standards first, we collected the plant sample from arid zone of Rajasthan and submitted to Ethno medicinal Herbarium, Centre of Excellence funded by DST, JECRC, Jaipur for identification. Then plant samples were crushed and extracts were made and Reducing sugar (Fehling‟s Test), flavonoids, alkaloids, tannins and terpenoids (Salkowski Test) test were performed by using standard procedures, for reducing sugar extracts were added in boiling fehling‟s solutions and according to procedure mayer‟s solution was used for alkaloids. Result: The outcome indicates that in both the plants there is a presence of most of the secondary metabolites and both the plants shows positive result for some metabolites that is common to both plants and this result supports our finding that Dyerophyutm rubrum can be used as a substitute for plumbago zeyalnica. Conclusion: The study indicates the presence of Reducing sugar, flavonoids, alkaloids, terpenoids and tannis in the both the plants. Dyerophytum rubrum Gibs. Ex Wt can be used as a substitute for Plumbago zeylanica L and both the sample supports the literature available that states that these plants are an ample source of strong phytochemical.

Keywords: Dyerophyutm rubrum Gibs. Ex Wt, Plumbago zeylanica L, medicinal plants, traditional medicine, flavonoids Reducing sugar.


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