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Antibacterial evaluation and phytochemical analysis of Betula utilis D Don against some human pathogenic bacteria



Antibacterial evaluation and phytochemical analysis of Betula utilis D Don against some human pathogenic bacteria



World Journal Of Agricultural Sciences: 5, 661-664



Successive solvent extract viz., petroleum ether, chloroform, methanol, ethanol and water extracts of bark of <i>Betula utilis</i> D. Don was evaluated for antibacterial activity, against fourteen important bacterial strains by agar-well diffusion method. Methanol extract was showed significant activity against all the tested bacteria followed by ethanol and aqueous extract. Chloroform and Petroleum ether extracts did not show any activity.

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