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Preliminary phytochemical screening and evaluation of the antibacterial and mutagenic activity of Rhynchocorys elephas (L.) Griseb
Journal of Medicinal Plants Research
Traditional medicine has a key role in health care worldwide. Obtaining scientific information about the efficacy and safety of the plants is one of the researcher's goals. In this research, the flowering aerial parts of Rhynchocorys elephas (L.) Griseb (Scrophulariaceae) were collected from Siah Bisheh (Mazandaran, Iran) in May 2009. Extract was tested for its antibacterial activity using 3 Gram-positive bacteria strains (Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Bacillus cereus)doi:10.5897/jmpr11.253 fatcat:hgzqead345hdxeuwmre6cv5rfi