Key words: HP-LC, GC-MS, Malcolmia africana, Cytotoxicity, Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, Secondary metabolites
Malcolmia africana is African mustard which is recognized as an annual, dicotyledonous type of herb, which belongs to the family Brassicaceae.
Various types of phytochemicals enclosed by Malcolmia species are: flavonoids, alkaloids, Phenolic acids contents, saponins contents, contents of tannins, contents of terpenoids, linolenic acid, and palmitic acid.
Table-1: Percentage yield of extracts and fraction of leaves of Malcolmia Africana.
Table-2: Qualitative analysis of the phytochemicals of extracts and different fractions of leaves of Malcolmia
Table-3: Quantitative analysis of % of alkaloids, flavonoidsand saponins in Malcolmia Africana leaves of extracts and fractions.
Table-4: Quantitative analysis of % of TPC and tannins in Malcolmia Africana leaves of extracts and fractions.
The first horse to give the owner hope that he could win a Classic was Oncidium, a son of Alcide and Malcolmia
This he does, filled with exquisite yearning, and taking with them A Guide to the Flora of Israel, they go out into nature, in search of the "Lovely Malcolmia
," a perfect flower that is the author's creation.
C 2 consisted of 8 species namely Salvadora oleoides (2), Rhazya stricta (8), Cynodon dactylon (9), Malcolmia africana (3), Pergularia tomentosa (4), Prosopis juliflora (7), Cymbopogon jwarancusa (11) and Calotropis procera (12).
The lineage which appeared at 69 % similarity level consisted of 2 species namely Malcolmia africana (3) and Peganum hermala (4).
1: Pergularia tomentosa, 2: Salvadora oleoides, 3: Malcolmia africana, 4: Peganum hermala, 5: Capparis spinosa, 6: Tamarix aphylla, 7: Prosopis juliflora, 8: Rhazya stricta, 9: Cynodon dactylon, 10: Aerva persica, 11: Cymbopogon jwarancusa, 12: Calotropis procera, 13: Salvadora persica Conclusion:
Along with the tulips, which are very abundant, the first species to flower include poppies (Papaver); they are followed by a succession of other species, starting with the blue flowers of Malcolmia
, then the white daisy flowers of Leucanthemum, purple irises (Iris), and a wide range of foxtail lilies (Eremurus).
2]) 4 2 4 5 5 Cobertura total (%) 80 60 5 60 80 No orden 1 2 3 4 5 Caracteristicas de Malcolmieltalia: Malcolmia
patula 2 2 1 + + Erodium aethiopicum 1 .