Review Papers | Botany | India | Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022
Morphology, Anatomy and Phytochemical Analysis in Asparagus Racemosus Wild. (1) (Asparagaceae)
Algunde S. M.
Abstract: Asparagus racemosus wild. (1) i. e. Shatawari This plant deals with the family Asparagaceae. Plant wascollected from YogeshwariMahavidyalay medicinal garden campus, Ambajogai during November 2021 for study of its morphological, anatomical and phytochemical analysis. Thebiochemical test is positive in all three parts except tannin is absent in leaf. phytochemical comparative analysis in root, stem, leaf, i. e. highest amount of total alkaloids is in root 11%, magnesium 3.9%, Nitrogen 0.9%, Calcium 2.7%, Protein 3.2%, Potassium 20% and Total carbohydrate 4.7% in root compared to stem and leaves, but Sodium is highest in stem compared to root and leaves i. e.2.3%. The detailed pharmacognostic studies of A. racemosus wild. (1). have not been reported so far. Therefore, an attempt has been made to phytochemical studies of the plant of A. racemosus wild. (1).
Keywords: Asparagus, anatomical, photochemistry
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022,
Pages: 340 - 342
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Algunde S. M., "Morphology, Anatomy and Phytochemical Analysis in Asparagus Racemosus Wild. (1) (Asparagaceae)", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22205215541, Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022, 340 - 342, #ijsrnet
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