Assessment of Antioxidant Potentiality and Phenol Content in Four Cheilanthes Species from Northern Western Ghats, India

The purpose concerning this study was to study the antioxidant potentials of Cheilanthes sp.whole plant with base. The antioxidant properties of CSWPR extracts were proven for their total antioxidants capacity accompanying 3-different orders. Flavonoids are naturally present in mainly plants and flavonoid is a group of polyphenolic compounds. They constitute most of the yellow, wine and blue banner in the fruit.Analysis of the scavenging activity utilizing 1, 1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH), ferric lowering power assays and N, N-dimethyl-p- phenylendiamine (DMPD) radical cation decolorization assay.The antioxidant exercises of Cheilanthes sp. whole plant with core extracts were a positive equivalence between total flavonoids and phenolic content volume and observed DPPH radical scavenging venture.The result signifies that the capacity Cheilanthes sp. whole plant with base is one of the unaffected sources of antioxidant compounds. The CSWPR extracts maybe attributed to their free radical scavenging venture in the antioxidant mechanisms. The flavonoid and phenolic compounds came in addition, expected responsible for the antioxidant project of CSWPR extracts.Cheilanthes species whole plant accompanying rhizome is a rich beginning of Phytochemicals including total antioxidant and phenolic compounds and it offers to the development priceless-added fruit from Cheilanthes species whole plants so reinforce today’s excuse in nutraceuticals and food requests for Human Health.

Author(s) Details:

P. N. Ghorpade,
Department of Botany, Shivaji University, Kolhapur – 416 004, (M.S.), India.

S. B. Thakar,
Department of Biotechnology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur – 416 004, (M.S.), India.

M. M. Dongare,
Department of Botany, Shivaji University, Kolhapur – 416 004, (M.S.), India.

M. V. Kale,
Department of Botany, Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur – 416 004, (M.S.), India.

J. P. Jadhav,
Department of Botany, Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur – 416 004, (M.S.), India.

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Keywords: Antioxidant activity, DMPD radical, DPPH radical, total flavonoids content, total phenolic content

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