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Volume 5 Issue 6
HPLC Analysis Of Ethnomedicinal Important Plant Capparis Grandis L.f. From Western Melghat Region (MS) India
|Author(s)||Nitin A. Khandare|
|Abstract||The history of plant medicine clearly demonstrated the use of plants as an exemplary source of medicine. India is abundant in biodiversity. India's flora includes approximately 45.000 plant species, the majority of which are medicinally important. The use of medicinal plants dates back to ancient times. The knowledge of medicinal uses of plants from the local region is essential because the majorities of these plants are unknown and are not used in any practice. So, in terms of ethnobotany and ethnomedicine, the botany and medicinal uses of these plants are important.
The Present paper is focus on Ethnomedicinal importance and Phytochemical analysis of Capparis grandis from Western Melghat region of Amravati district Maharashtra. The plant has tremendous ethnomedicinal value. Phytochemical analysis of Capparis grandis was done by using HPLC. It showed the presence of maximum phytoconstituents. The present paper is also focus on the traditional uses of Capparis grandis L.f. among the Korku triable community which are located in Western Melghat region of Amravati disrict, India. The Melghat forest has great diversity in medicinal plants. Local people are aware of medical cures produced from different plant species belonging to various families to treat a wide range of ailments.
|Keywords||Keywords: Capparis grandis Linn, Ethnomedicine, HPLC.|
|Field||Biology > Agriculture / Botany|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||HPLC Analysis Of Ethnomedicinal Important Plant Capparis Grandis L.f. From Western Melghat Region (MS) India - Nitin A. Khandare - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8405|
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