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International Journal of Research in Botany
Today the development of modern drugs from less toxic plant products with proven medicinal properties is on the rise. In India, medicinal plants are widely used by people as folk therapeutics or in different indigenous systems of medicine like Siddha, Unani and Ayurveda. Thus a study was conducted to explore the antibacterial effects of Adhatoda vasica, Aerva lanata, Alangium salviifolium and Pongamia pinnata against a panel of bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Citrobacter sp., Psueudomonasfatcat:frqt3iaeafdzllsdu4vj2t3s2m