Anti Microbial Research Essay

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Anti-microbial studies in Rats and Humans
By: Airish Joan Avecilla

Introduction

Researches have been made to serve as a guide to people and a book of new things that are already proven by selected people. In this concept article two researches are used, which contains similar topics in different organism such as the rats and us humans. You will know more about the anti-microbial studies and what are the things used during the study, and how it affect both organism. The first research talks about 'Anti-microbial studies and the effect of the aqueous extract of Cyphostemma Glaucophilla on induced rats.' The research was held in Nigeria. The second research used as a basis is the 'Anti-microbial Activity of a leaf known as Cassia Torra Linn. Against Some Human Pathogenic Microbes.' The research was held in India.

Cyphostemma Glaucophilla Cyphostemma
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Is one of the well known anthraquinone containing plant and has been used in Chinese medicine. The whole plant as well as its specific part such as its roots,seeds and leaves are useful in curing different diseases especially by the rural and traditional practitioners of the Saptura region. This plant have a big distribution in the world of herbal medicine.

Cassia Torra Linn. Against Some Human Pathogenic Microbes

Cassia Torra Linn. is a medicinal plant use in curing different diseases in different countries it had a big contribution in the world of herbal medicine. The aqueous and methanol extract of the plant was tested with the 3 microorganisms used during the study, this microorganism namely are P. aeruginosa, S. aureus, E. coli and C. Albicans. The aqueous and methanol extract of the plant are most effective against these microorganism .

The Effect Of The Aqueous Extract Of Cyphostemma Glaucophilla Leaves On The Concentration of Total Plasma Proteins And Albumin Of Kwashiorkor Induced

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