Phytochemical Analysis Of Diplocyclos Palmatus A Medicinally Important Weed Of Pune University Campus, Pune, (m.s.)  

Abstract Category: Science
Course / Degree: M.Phil.
Institution / University: Department of Botany, University of Pune, M.S., India
Published in: 2009

Dissertation Abstract / Summary:


Diplocyclos palmatus (L.) C. Jeffery is perennial, monoecious climber, commonly growing weed. Whole plant of D. palmatus is medicinally important. Plant pacifies vitiated vata, pitta, inflammation, cough, flatulene, skin diseases, antivenin and general debility. The leaves are eaten as a vegetable in Kenya. Dispindling medicinally uses, our study have been found that this weed is allelopathic in nature. In the present investigation preliminary phytochemical tests were carried out for the confirmation of starch, proteins, tannins, saponins, reducing sugars on water extractives while alkaloids, glucosides and flavonoids in alcoholic extractive. Further the chemical constituents present in D. palmatus were also confirmed with the help of HPTLC. 

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Diplocyclos palmatus, Allelopathy, Phytochemical Analysis, HPTLC

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Submission Details: Dissertation Abstract submitted by Ahire Y.R. & Deokule S.S. from India on 08-Oct-2012 11:14.
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