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Impact of medicinal plant extracts against fungal strain in Thanjavur area, Tamil Nadu, India

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Rajagopal, S., Muruganandam, A. and Rengarajan, R.
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Abstract: 

The present investigation was aimed to evaluate the growth inhibitory effect of Hibiscus rosasinensis, Azadirachta indica, Ficus religiosa and Ocimum sanctum leaves extracts on Aspergillus niger, Candida albicans, Cunninghamella bertholatiae and Penicillium notatum. Aquous plant extracts were tested against 4 fungi. Gel diffusion method, were used in this investigation. The Azadirachta indica medicinal plant extract 11 mm (Mean value in Dia.) were showed enormous antimicrobial activity against Aspergillus niger, Candida albicans and Cunnighamella bertholatiae. Ocimum sanctum medicinal plant extract showed the maximum zone of inhibition 11 mm (Mean value in Dia.) against Penicillium notatum. Moderate amount of antifungal activity was observed on Hibiscus rosasinensis medicinal plant extract, the maximum zone of inhibition 7 mm (Mean value in Dia.) against Aspergillus niger. At the same time Hibiscus rosasinensis plant extract was highly sensitive 11 mm (Mean value in Dia.) against Candida albicans. All the pathogenic fungi were more resistance to Ficus religiosa medicinal plant extract. The present observation, the Azadirachta indica and Ocimum sanctum medicinal plants extracts were showed very promising antifungal activity.

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