Malcolmia


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Malcolmia

 

a genus of plants of the family Cruciferae. They are annual and, rarely, perennial herbs. The leaves are entire; the flowers, which are pink, violet, or rarely white, are gathered in a racemose inflorescence. The fruit is a linear, tetrahedral-cylindrical silique. There are approximately 30 species, distributed in the temperate zone of Eurasia and in North Africa. Seventeen species are found in the USSR; they grow, sometimes as weeds, on dry rocky slopes in the southern European USSR, the Caucasus, the Altai, and Middle Asia. Some species, including Malcolmia africana and M. turkestanica, are used as fodder for sheep and goats.

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Table-5: Total phenolic and flavonoid and total ascorbic acid contents of Malcolmia Africana leaves in extracts and fractions.
Table-6: Antioxidant potential of Malcolmia Africana leaves in extracts and fractions.
Table-7: Antibacterial activity by zone of inhibition (mm) of Malcolmia Africana leaves in extracts and fractions.
Table-8: Antifungal activity by zone of inhibition (mm) by of Malcolmia Africana leaves in extracts and fractions.
Table-9: Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) against bacterial strain by Malcolmia Africana leaves extracts and fractions
Table-10: Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) against fungal strain by of Malcolmia Africana leaves in extracts and fraction
Table-11: % Haemolytic activity of extracts and fraction of Malcolmia Africana leaves.
Table-12: Antioxidant potential of essential oil and fixed oil Malcolmia Africana leaves.
Table-13: Antibacterial activity by zone of inhibition ZI (mm) of Malcolmia Africana.
Table-14: Antifungal activity by zone of inhibition ZI (mm) by Malcolmia Africana fixed and essential oils.
Table-15: Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) (mg/mL) against bacterial strains by Malcolmia Africana fixed and essential oils
Table-16: Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) (mg/mL) against fungus strains by Malcolmia Africana fixed and essential oils