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Abstract

TECOMA STANS: A PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS & ANTHELMINTIC STUDY OF IT’S DIFFERENT EXTRACT

Abinash Kumar Sahu*, Chaitanya Prasad Meher, Tankadhar Mishra, Chhayakanta Panda and Sudhir Kumar Sahu

ABSTRACT

The plant Tecoma stans belongs to family “Bignoniaceae”. The leaf of Tecoma stans is used in the treatment of diabetes, stomach pain, cancer, diuretic, syphilis, intestinal worms, snake rats bites and anticancer. Aim; The aim of the study is to investigate Phytochemical screening of the Petroleum ether and methanol extract of Tecoma stans powdered and the presence of different secondary metabolites responsible for the therapeutic values of the drug and also to find out the anthelmintic activity study by in vitro test species Pheretima posthuma responded towards the plant extracts by showing the sign of paralysis and death finally Results; The % of yield of petroleum extract and methanolic extract were found to 4.66% w/w and 8.76%w/w. In fluorescence analysis the powder drug was treated with different reagent which showed light green, pale green, green, in day light and green, deep green, yellowish green, brown in U.V light. Similarly methanolic extract showed light green, pale green, brown, yellow, green, dark green in day light and green, crimson, deep brown, deep yellow and yellow are appeared. TLC was carried out for the extract. The methanolic leaf extract showed different Rf spots in two solvent systems. Conclusion: The % yields of both extract were found to 4.66% w/w and 8.76%w/w. The preliminary phytochemical screening showed the presence of alkaloids, glycosides, steroids, tannins, terpenoids, flavonoides, quinines, saponins. In fluorescence analysis the powder drug and methanolic extract was treated with different reagent which showed different colours in U.V light. The data revealed that the and methanolic extract has a better wormicidal effect than Petroleum Ether extract.

Keywords: Tecoma stans, medicinal use, phytochemical screening, Phytochemical, Albendazole, Anthelmintic Activity, Pheretima posthuma.


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