GLOBAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN VITRO EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTY OF TAMARINDUS INDICA LEAF ALCOHOLIC AND AQUEOUS EXTRACTS AGAINST SEVEN BACTERIAL AND FIVE FUNGAL STRAINS

Ugc Approved, Pratibha Goyal, Tejovathi Gudipati, Archana Srivastava
2017 www.gjms.co.in   unpublished
In the present investigation an attempt has been made to study the antimicrobial effect of T. indica leaf extract against three gram +ve , four gram-ve and five fungal strains. This was compared to the standard antibacterial and antifungal drugs The comb hexa g+7 (Himedia) containing six commercial antibiotics-Amphicillin (Amp), Cephalothin (Cep), Clindamycin (Cd), Erythromycin (E), Oxacillin (Ox), Vancomycin (Va) was used to study for bacterial strains and Strp (Streptomycin):Flu
more » ... ):Flu (Fluconazole): Itra (Itraconazole): Keto (Ketoconazole): Metro (Metroconazole) for fungal cultures. Ethanolic extract did not show any inhibition zone for all tested microorganisms. Methanolic extract has shown inhibitory effect against all the tested microorganisms except Candida albicans, Candida glabrata. While aqueous extract of leaf showed inhibition zone only against S. aureus and E. coli.
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