International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Chemistry | Iraq | Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2017

The Effectiveness Inhibitory for Mash Alcoholic Seeds Extracts Anti-Fungi Causing Dermal Infections

Sawsan I. Noori | Khalid Abdul Kreme

Abstract: Against five types of skin fungus for different concentrations of ethanol (75 %, 50 % and 25 % and 10 %) for each ofAspergillusniger, Aspergillus Flavus, Aspergillus Fumegatus, Epidrmatophyton, Marcroporun spp. The diameter hole (6mm) with PAD media, as well as the scheme FTIR, which was Conducted at the Central Environmental Laboratory in the Faculty of Sciences / University of Baghdad, that was effective biological inhibitory clearly and differentiated according to each alcoholic extract versus all the five of skin fungus, has found the highest inhibitionof the extract (75 % alcohol, the fungus niger.28mm) and (fungus Epidermatophyton.30mm) so that in the concentration (50 % alcohol) of the fungus (Perecilliu.24mmm), and fungus (Macrosporum.26 mm) While in the concentration (25 % alcohol) of fungus (Aspergillus niger.21mm) and fungus (Epidermatophyton.20mm). At the concentration (10 % alcohol) of the fungus (Aspergillus niger.20mm) and fungus (Macrosporum spp.17mm). Absorbance scheme (FTIR Diagram) Show high peaks of the effective chemical groups and play a role in biological effectiveness and have the ability to redox and the elimination of free radicals, such asgroup [CH, CH3, CO, NH, C = O, OH] and by absorbance set out in the scheme The presence of aromatic and aliphatic compounds, phenolic, amines, aldehyde, alkyl groups and carbonyl, which is Consideredremoving free radicals and as anti-oxidants, that givehealthy andbeneficialeffect for humans healthy. The results indicate that different effect for Mash ethanolic extracts for infections fungus skin

Keywords: Mash, skin fungus, biological inhibitory, dermal infections

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2017,

Pages: 2400 - 2402

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