GC-MS Analysis of Methanol Extracts of Five Toxic Plant Seed For Detection of Bioactive Compounds
Keywords:GC-MS, plant extracts, NIST, formulation
The present work was carried out to explore the qualitative analysis of bioactive phyto-constituents present
in methanolic extracts of five toxic plant seeds by using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The
analysis of extracts revealed the presence of the different biologically active compounds including alkaloids,
glycosides, flflavonoids, phenols, fatty acid, ester, epoxide, steroids, and protein etc. Forensic toxicological
chemistry deals with the chemistry and analysis of various types of poisons including plants. Diagnosing
plant poisoning especially their seeds can be difficult and must be quickly done. In conclusion, the recovery
of various toxic and therapeutically constituents could be helpful for forensic toxicologist.
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