PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF SOME MEDICINALLY IMPORTANT PLANTS.

Balasaheb U. Kale

Abstract


The present study was aimed to analyze the avonoids alkaloids and terpenoids in medicinally important plants such as
Mentha Arvensis and Azadirachta indica. The Phytochemical analysis of Mentha Arvensis and Azadirachta indica
revealed that avonoids, alkaloids and terpenoids were present in leaves extract


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