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IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL AND PHYTOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF THREE CAMEROONIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS USED TO MANAGE PARASITIC DISEASES
Aqueous and methanol-methylene chloride extracts of Schumaniophyton magnificum, Rauvolfia vomitoria and Pseudospondias microcarpa were screened for phytochemical constituents. Tests for saponines, phenols, Terpenoids, flavonoids, cardiac glycosides and coumarines were positive in both methanol-methylene chloride and aqueous extracts, while anthraquinons and anthocyanins were absent in Schumaniophyton magnificum. The antioxidant potential of these plants were also evaluated using three differentfatcat:ocg3fvcwfvhvtm5ovl3gw7a64i