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RESEARCH ON PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM, ORYZA SATIVA, ZEA MAYS, AVENA FATUA

Mayuri V. Lolage*, Santosh B. Dighe, Priya Rao and Tushar P. Dukre

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Many drugs commonly used today are of herbal origin. Some are made from plant extracts; others are synthesized to mimic a natural plant compound. Wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the most widely used health foods, but its functional groups and mechanisms remain unidentified. Wheat germinated over a period of 6-10 days is generally called wheatgrass. During germination, vitamins, minerals, and phenolic compounds including flavonoids are synthesized in wheat sprouts. Oryza sativa, Asian rice, is a member of family Poaceae and main staple food for the population of several countries including Pakistan hence the phytochemical analysis of the locally consumed rice cultivars is of much importance both from commercial and consumers dietary perspectives. Zea mays leaf used traditionally in Ibibio ethno medicine in Southern Nigeria to treat malaria and other inflammatory diseases. Phytochemicals are bioactive plant compounds that have protective or disease preventive properties. They are found in fruits, vegetables, beans, grains and other plants.

Keywords: Wheatgrass, Phytochemical, Rice, Poaceae, Cardiac glycosides, Antimicrobial activity, Corn silk, Phytochemicals and Phenols.


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