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Title: Abtract : Antioxdative Activity from ficus fistulosa reinw
Authors: Juthaporn Rossurang, Bussana Theppaluk
Keywords: Antioxidative fruit of Ficus fistulosa reinw
Issue Date: 15-May-2012
Abstract: Ficus fistulosa reinw.Is a plants belonging in Moraceae family.They is a domestic of various region of thailand including Nakhon Si Thammarat. The part of them;fruit, root and peel stems have an effect of herb.In addition,the fresh fruit was a favorite vegetable that consumed whit chinese noodle. The antioxidative activity and total phenolic content from ficus fistulosa reinw.Have been studied. The crude methanolic extract from part of ficus fistulosa reinw;fresh fruits, dry fruits,fresh root,dry root,fresh peel stems and dry peel stems were reacted with standard free radical DPPH (1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl).The optical density was detected by UV-VIS spectrophotometer at 515 mm.The results were caculated as an inhibitory concentration at 50% (IC50 mg/L) using ascorbic acid as a reference compound (IC50=4.64 mg/L). As the dry fruit exhibits the highest antioxidant activity with IC50 of 3.52 mg/L followed by fresh with IC50=4.05 mg/L, dry root with IC50=5.29 mg/L,fresh root with IC50=6.89 g/L,dry peel stems with IC50=8.99 mg/L and fresh peel stems with Ic50=1098 mg/L respectively. Total phenolics content in the methanol extracts showed that the dry fruit exhibited the highest total phenolic content (4.52 mg GAE/100 g of dry Weight), while the dry root had the lowest (0.08 mg GAE/100 g of dry weight).The results suggests that Ficus fistulosa reinw. Is a good sources of natural antioxidants and farther studies should be undertaken for their pharmacological properties.
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