Sundus Hameed, Saba Hadi, Izhak Khalel Ibrahim, Isam Hussain T Al-karkhi
Sundus Hameed1, Saba Hadi1, Izhak Khalel Ibrahim1, Isam Hussain T Al-karkhi2
1Mustansiriyah University, College of Science, Biology Department, Iraq.
2Former Ass. Prof. University of Baghdad, Iraq.
Volume - 13,
Issue - 6,
Year - 2020
In the present alcoholic extracts of Louranthus europpaeus were evaluated, in order to identify the most relevant constituents that confirm its biological activity. GC-MS was the employed technique used for separation and identification of the extracted components. Extract revealed the presence of important terpenoids, fatty acids. Total antioxidant activity showed that (125.32µg/mg) of ascorbic acid equivalent in Louranthus europpaeus extract, GC-MS and FTIR analysis of alcoholic extract lead to identification of active compounds in extract. This analysis revealed that contains.
Cite this article:
Sundus Hameed, Saba Hadi, Izhak Khalel Ibrahim, Isam Hussain T Al-karkhi. Phytochemical assessment and Bioactivity of alcoholic extract seed of Louranthus europpaeus. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2020; 13(6):2634-2638. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2020.00468.0
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