Study the Biological Efficiency of an Isolated Terpenic Compound from the Ether Petroleum Extract and the Trace Elements of the PlantTribulusterrestris
Keywords:Tribulusterrestris,Petroleum ether Extract, Infrared , UV- visible spectroscopy andAntibacterial
Many different compounds with a spread of biological properties and chemical structures are known from genus Tribulusterrestris together with steroid and terpinoid. In gift study we tend to indicate the preliminary phytochemical analysis for rock oil ether extract and isolated compound. The results unconcealed that there was no alkaloids, supermolecule , glycosides, saponins and tannic acid inpetroleum ether however contain ,steroid and terpinoid. The isolated compound contained solely terpinoid compound. attention procedure was last this compounds. the FTIR qualitative analysis knowledge of isolated compound showed discovered absorptions signal . ultraviolet illumination spectrum showed most absorption at 220 nm due to???*transition that is taken into account as characteristic feature of the unsaturated covalent bond. The concentration of the weather analyzed during this study decrease within the order Fe>Ca>Cu>Zn>Cr. important totally different among microorganism toward T. terrestris oil with p<0.05 and LSD 15.4 ,highest MIC by E.coli about 50 mm in 100% concentration of T. terrestrisoil compared with control.
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