Antimicrobial competence of various solvent extracts of the aerial roots of Rhaphidophora aurea entwined over four different host trees were examined against Salmonella sp, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Klebsiella sp and Aspergillus fumigates, Candida tropicalis by disk diffusion and streak plate method. Overall results bring out significant antimicrobial activity, which might due to the impact of secondary metabolites presences. Also, activity results were comparable to that of standard medicate gentamycin and fluconozole. These finding suggest that the aerial roots of Rhaphidophora aurea can be utilize as potent antimicrobial inhibitors
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P. Arulpriya, P. Lalitha. In Vitro Microbial Competence of the Aerial roots of Rhaphidophora aurea enlaced over four diverse host trees and their Metabolite Impact. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 6(3): March 2013; Page 255-259.