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Year : 1999  |  Volume : 18  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 218-227

Effect of Gamma radiation and different packings used for storage of the drug Bahera fruit (Terminalia bellerica Roxb) on microflora population (Fungi, pathogenic bacterial SP & SPC) and on the phytoconstituents (Protein and Tannin)


1 Unit of Microbiology, Department of Botany, G.K. University, Hardwar, India
2 Head of Pharmacognosy Division, Pharmacopoeial laboratory for Indian Medicine (Ministry of health & family, Govt. of India), Ghaziabad, India

Correspondence Address:
M Sinh
Unit of Microbiology, Department of Botany, G.K. University, Hardwar
India
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The sample was collected from their natural habital (Shivalik of Hardwar). Four type of packings were used for storage. These included polythene, cloth, paper and gunny bag. Unpacked sample was used as control. The study was conducted for a period of 24 months (Jan 1990 to Dec 1991). Te drug sample s subjected to the following study. Periodical changes in the microflora population (Fungi, Total Bacterial count (spc) and Pathogenic bacterial species) and on the important phyto constituents (Protein & Tannin of the drug collected from shivalik of Hardwar) during storage under the effect of gamma radiation and different packings (cloth, paper, polythene and Gunny Bag) used.


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