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Ecological and phytochemical studies on some arid zone tiliaceous plants

Acharya, Sanjay Kumar

Titre : Ecological and phytochemical studies on some arid zone tiliaceous plants

Auteur : Acharya, Sanjay Kumar

Université de soutenance : Maharaja Ganga Singh University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2008

Sommaire partiel
The present investigation aims" to study the climatology, soil composition and phytosociological aspects of study areas and to evaluate various phytochemical compounds from different plant parts i.e. roots, shoots and fruits of Corchorus depressus Liim., Corchorus tridens Linn, and Grewia tenax Forsk. collected from three different sites. Three plant species Corchorus depressus, Corchorus tridens and Grewia tenax have been taken for phytochemical studies (quantitative estimation of nutritive contents, amino acids’, mineral contents, ascorbic acid, antimicrobial screening, antimicrobial principle (flavonoids). Plant parts such as roots, shoots, leaves and fruits of selected plant species were analysed for phytochemical studies. These plants were collected from three different sites. The three different sites are : 1. Gajner (Bikaner district) 2. Phalodi (Jodhpur district) 3. Thayat-Hamira (Jaisalmer district). The Desert Triangle Rajasthan Desert comprises the three cities - Bikaner, Jaisalmer, and Jodhpur which is commonly known as the desert triangle. These three cities are entwined in such a way that they form a desert circle.

Mots clés : Amino acid Antimicrobial screening Life Sciences,Plant and Animal Science,Plant Sciences Rainfall Soil analysis Tiliaceous plants

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