Volume 7 (2020) - Issue 9, September
Marine natural products are currently acknowledged as the most significant source of bioactive substances and medications with phenomenal biodiversity. Marine plants and creatures, for example, algae, bacteria, sponges, fungi, seaweeds, corals, diatoms, ascidians, are significant sources of the ocean and contain over 90% of the complete ocean biomass. Because of its exceptional biodiversity, the s...
EFFICACY OF NEWER INSECTICIDES ON PLANT GROWTH ATTRIBUTES OF GARDEN PEA PISUM SATIVUM SSP. HORTENSE L.
A field study was conducted at the Vegetable Research Farm, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, during rabi season 2016-2017 for the evaluation of newer insecticides (Imidacloprid 600 FS and Thiamethoxam 30 % FS) on plant growth characters of a garden pea. The two insecticides were applied as a seed treatment in different doses. The result of bio-efficiency revealed that the seed treatment with Tâ...
The purpose of the present research work was to formulate and evaluate vanishing herbal cream. Herbal creams offer several advantages over other creams. The majority of existing creams which has prepared from drugs of synthetic origin and give extras fairness to face, but it has several side effects such as itching or several allergic reactions. Herbal creams do not have any of these side effects;...
COMPARATIVE ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF VOLATILE AND NON-VOLATILE EXTRACTS OF CYMBOPOGON CITRATUS LEAVES
The present study, carried out on Cymbopogon citratus was interested in volatile and no-volatile extracts of the plant. It focused on the effect of two types of extracts on eleven strains of bacteria. Chemical analysis of the volatile extract obtained with a yield of 2.28% revealed the presence of 72.91% of citral and other minority compounds. The extraction yield of the ethanolic extract (no-vola...