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The Effect on Antibacterial Activities of Stem, Leaf, Berries and Flower Parts Extract of Solanum Virginianum

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Solanum virginianum L is known as Indian night shade or yellow Berried Night Shade plant. Leaves, stems, flowers and fruits are useful parts of Ayurvedic medicinal herb. To find out antibacterial activities of S.virgininum plant parts extracted with chloroform. All the plant extracts tested, exhibited different degrees of antibacterial activity against the tested microorganisms. Salmonella typhi was recorded as most significant growth inhibitory activity against all the parts extracts of S. virginianum.

Keywords:Solanum virginianum, Antibacterial, Chloroform


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