2012
DOI: 10.5897/ajmr11.1642
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Antimicrobial activity of some alimentary and medicinal plants

Abstract: Linum capitatum and Camellia sinensis were frequently used in our alimentation. In this study, we have tested the antimicrobial activity of their ethanolic and methanolic extracts on some pathogen bacteria, then their ability to in vivo inhibit the growth of Streptococcus pneumoniae. The phytochemical screening has given the composition of the most active extracts. According to the obtained results, the ethanolic extract of Lavendula officinalis and A. absinthium has shown an inhibition of all the tested bacte… Show more

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