Detection of Total Flavenoids, Reductive Ability, and Anti-microbial in Glycyrrhiza and Achillea Medicinal Plants

Ruqaya M. I. Al-Ezzy, Farah T.O. AL-Jumaili, Nabeel K.Al-Ani


According to WHO, 80% of the medicine in the global market are from plants. The Glycyrrhiza glabra and Achillea mellofolium are very promising plants. Three experiments were done for the plants. The total flavenoids, was higher in G.glabra than Achillea. In the second experiment, reductive ability was very effective in scavenger the free radical specially, in high doses. In the third experiment, the antimicrobial of the three types of bacteria isolated from two sources assess using extracts from plants.

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