Separation and characterization of phytochemicals from of white mangrove Avicennia Marina
T Kumaran, S Sujithra, D Beula Shiny, J Vijila Jasmin, M Jenifer Tamizharasi
The plant investigation has opened up a new respective biopharma research. Mangroves are specific group of salt tolerant plants that grow within coast regions of tropic and sub-tropic along the coastlines. Mangroves have been used in folk medicine for treatment of several. Compounds isolated from marine source have the chemical structures which are not commonly found in terrestrial counter parts. In recent years an increasing number of marine natural products have been reported to display antimicrobial, compounds. The knowledge of chemical constituents of mangrove plants is desirable to understand herbal drugs and their preparation. In the present study suggests that the Avicennia marina extract, significant implications in food and pharmaceutical industry as a source of basic material in the preparation of nutrient supplement products and fine chemical synthesis. The findings of this study revealed that the mangrove plant Avicennia marina leaf extracts could be used as a potential alternative for development of bioactive leads in the treatment of infections.
T Kumaran, S Sujithra, D Beula Shiny, J Vijila Jasmin, M Jenifer Tamizharasi. Separation and characterization of phytochemicals from of white mangrove Avicennia Marina. European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2020, Pages 22-26