Study of Antibacterial Activity of Leaf Extracts of Dalbergia Sisso (Roxb.)

  • Leena Chhabra Chemistry Research Laboratory,Multani Mal Modi College, Patiala (India)
  • Gurnam Singh Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, Multani Mal Modi College, Patiala (India)
  • Sanjeev Kumar Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, Multani Mal Modi College, Patiala (India)
  • Rajeev Sharma Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, Multani Mal Modi College, Patiala (India)
Keywords: DalbergiaSisso, WorldHealthOrganization

Abstract

Antibacterial activity of ethanolic, distilled water and methanol extract of the leaves of Dalbergia Sisso (Roxb.) were studied against Escherichia coli and Bacillus licheniformis by agar well diffusion method. Results obtained showed that the growth of both E.coli and B.licheniformis were inhibited by all the three extracts of dried Leaf Extracts of Dalbergia Sisso (Roxb.). The antibacterial activity of these extracts against selected bacterial stains depends on the type of solvent used for extraction. The present study revealed that Leaf Extracts of Dalbergia Sisso (Roxb.) can be exploited for new potent antibacterial agents.

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Published
2016-09-05
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Leena Chhabra, Gurnam Singh, Sanjeev Kumar, & Rajeev Sharma. (2016). Study of Antibacterial Activity of Leaf Extracts of Dalbergia Sisso (Roxb.). Journal of Chemistry, Environmental Sciences and Its Applications, 3(1), 45-52. Retrieved from https://jce.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/jce/article/view/28
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