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Abstract

NYMPHAEA RUBRA ROXB. - AN AQUATIC SOURCE AGAINST BACTERIAL PROLIFERATION

K. Siva Prasad and N. Savithramma

ABSTRACT

Objective: The present study is aimed to synthesis silver nanoparticles
(AgNPs) from a multipurpose, aquatic and a night glowing flower
plant Nymphaea rubra Roxb distributed in India, up to 500 m altitude.
Stable SNPs were produced after treating the aqueous leaf extract with
1mM Ag(NO3)2 solution. Methods: The evaluation of biosynthesized
AgNPs was characterized by using UV-Visible spectroscopy, SEM,
EDAX, AFM and FTIR for their size, shape and tested for antibacterial
activity. Results: The poly dispersed AgNPs having a
spherical shape with the range of 34.2 nm to 48.1 nm. These stable
AgNPs have the capacity to check the growth of clinically isolated
organisms, Escherichia coli, Staphylococus aureus, Klebsiella pneumonia and Salmonella
typhimurium. It has been demonstrated that the N. rubra is an excellent source for the
production of Bio silver nanoparticles which may be act as conventional antibiotics.
Conclusion: The findings will be helpful to pharmaceuticals pertaining to the development of
novel antibacterial drugs where the bacterial strains are developing resistance to traditional
drugs.

Keywords: Nymphaea rubra, aquatic medicinal plant, Silver nanoparticles and Antibacterial activity.


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