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GC-MS Analysis of Ricinus communis, Pongamia pinnata, Datura metal, Azadirachta indica, Acalypha indica (leaf) Extract Using Methanol Extraction

Mass Spectrometry Letters / Mass Spectrometry Letters, (P)2233-4203; (E)2093-8950
2023, v.14 no.3, pp.79-90
premakumari J. Varshini (PG & Research department of Zoology, Voorhees college)
Gopinath M. Job (PG & Research department of Zoology, Voorhees college)
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Natural goods, especially therapeutic plants, are abundant in the World. Because they have the ability to pro- vide all humanity with countless advantages as a source of medicines, medicinal plants are presently receiving more atten- tion than ever. These plants' therapeutic efficacy is based on bioactive phytochemical components that have clear physiological effects on the human body. The drying process is crucial for the preparation of plant materials prior to extraction since freshly harvested plant materials include active enzymes that create active components, intermediates, and metabolic processes. Many of the phytoconstituents may be extracted using the semi-polar solvent methanol. The goal of the current work is to use the GC-MS gas chromatography- mass spectrometry technology to identify the phytochemicals and review their biological activity. In methanol leaf extract, 5 phytocompounds were found in Ricinus communis, 5 phy- tocompounds in Pongamia pinnata, 12 phytocompounds in Datura metal, 7 phytocompounds in Azadirachta indica, 11 phytocompounds in Acalypha indica.

Medicinal plants Phyto-chemicals methanol solvent extraction process (GC-MS) gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis

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