Pallavi and RK Mandal
The beneficial medicinal effects of plant materials typically result from the secondary products present in the plant although, it is usually not attributed to a single compound but a combination of the metabolites. The medicinal actions of plants a unique to a particular plant species or group, consistent with the concept that the combination of secondary products in a particular plant is taxonomically distinct. The screening of plants usually involves several approach; ethno botanical approach is one of the common methods that are employed in choosing the plant for pharmacological study. In the present review paper, antimicrobial study. In the present review paper, antimicrobial properties of various medicinal plants were reviewed. The present review deals with the antibacterial activity of various medicinal plants. The present study investigates the qualitative and quantitative phytoconsituents and bactericidal effect of medicinally important P. Corylifolia and P. Zeylanica. Preliminary phytochemical screening analysis were determined using standard protocol methods. In addition, antibacterial activities of the leaves extract by disc diffusion method against Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria.
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