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Assessment of Phytochemical Diversity in Phyllanthus amarus Using HPTLC Fingerprints

Author(s): Salim Khan | Rajeev K Singla | Malik Zainul Abdin

Journal: Indo Global Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
ISSN 2249-1023

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: HPTLC | Hepatoprotective | Similarity Index | Secondary Metabolites.

Phyllanthus amarus is an important medicinal plant and immensely used in the Indian System of Medicine to cure human diseases. Different types of secondary metabolites present in various organs of it, helped in evaluation of phytochemical diversity in different geographical conditions. We studied on 19 populations of this species collected from different geographical regions of India. All collected populations were differed to each other based on morphological as wellas phytochemical markers. The population P18 showed more phytochemical diversity as compared to P3 and P6 which was evaluated by NTSYS-pc program. The phytochemical diversity was found more in leaves followed by seeds, stem and roots from one geographical region to another region. © 2011 IGJPS. All rights reserved

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