PHARMACEUTICAL EVALUATION AND ANTIMYCOTIC POTENTIAL OF VARIOUS SECONDARY METABOLITES OF GYMNEA SYLVESTRE
The present paper reports the phytochemical and micropropagation investigations of an undermined plant, Gymnema sylvestre. Gymnema sylvestre which has a place with the family Asclepiadaceae is a lasting moderate developing restorative woody climber generally called as “Gudmar“. There is a developing interest for leaves of G. sylvestre in the pharmaceutical exchange because of its utilization as a solution for diabetes and furthermore as a tonic of the nerves and as a diuretic. Proliferation of this plant is regularly hard and costly. In the present review the subjective examination affirmed the nearness of different phytochemicals like alkaloids, flavonoids, phenols, tannins, terpenoids and glycosides. Quantitative estimation of flavonoids and phenols was likewise completed and antimycotic potential further evaluated using standardized assays. In vitro proliferation is an option technique for spread of the undermined and imperiled plant which can help its preservation. The nodal explants were refined on MS medium containing diverse focus and mixes of development controllers like 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP) and indoleacetic corrosive (IAA). Different shoot buds were regener-ated effectively from the nodal explants which were proficiently established on 1?2 quality MS medium supplemented with IBA. The recovered plantlets were effectively exchanged to the glasshouse, acclimatized and exchanged to the field.
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