International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Agriculture | Iraq | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021 | Rating: 6.7 / 10


Evaluation of the Inhibition Effectiveness of Some Plant Extracts Against Bacterial and Fungal Isolates that Pathogenic Humans

Hajar S. Al-Meziraa | Rasha K. Hamza | Nadia N. Hamed


Abstract: Plants and medicinal herbs and aromatic of the oldest plants known to man and used in food as well as in the treatment of many diseases, as many plants that have a inhibitory efficacy against pathogens with their compounds and effective elements after extraction and purification because the intensive and long use of industrial drugs, including antibiotics have many side effects on human health such as allergies, poisoning and others in addition to many symptoms resulting from the misuse of these antibiotics and led to the acquisition of pathogenic microbes Because of its formation of mutations against it (Al-Janabi, 2014). Therefore, many pharmaceutical companies have begun to try to produce extracts based on a range of medicinal herbs studied scientifically in toxic therapeutic doses (Baraka and Zarkai, 2012). There are several studies on the use of plant extracts to inhibit the growth of microbiology when scientific progress with all its potential to cure certain diseases as well as being an economical, safe and highly efficient treatment (Al- sayed, 2004). Therefore, many studies have addressed the inhibiting effect of the extracts of some plants on bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites that affect various organs of the inner human beings.


Keywords: Plant Extract, Bacteria, Fungi, Pathogenic Human


Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,


Pages: 735 - 737


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