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ETHNOBOTANICAL AND ANTIBACTERIAL STUDY OF SOMESELECTED MEDICINAL PLANTS IN HARYANA

Anup Singh1, Dr. Krishan Pal2

Abstract:-

India has a rich abundance of medicinal plants and is remarkable in that these plants are used by all sections of people either straightforwardly as society remedies or in various indigenous systems of medicine or in a roundabout way in the pharmaceutical preparations of current medicine. The knowledge of medicinal plants has been gathered in many centuries based on various Indian systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Unani, and Siddha. WHO has listed more than 21000 plant species used far and wide for medicinal purposes? In India, about 2500 plant species are being used in indigenous systems of medicine. There are two types of sensitivity tests i.e., diffusion and dilution methods used to determine the antibacterial potential of the preparations of solvent extracts. Based on the diameter of the zone of diffusion (inhibition) method represents a qualitative test that designates the classification of bacterial species either sensitive or resistant on tested the sample of plant extract.

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