Ficus is a large genus of the family moraceae in the order Urticales (Olorode, 1984).
The results of fibre slenderness ratios in the Ficus species (family moraceae) studied are similar to those of Uju and Ugwoke, 1997), the values ranging between 41.71 and 79.95 in seven other species investigated by them in the family (Table 4; Fig 3).
papyrifera, family Moraceae) and fibers of papyrus (Cyperus papyrus),
* Ficus benjamina; family Moraceae, order Unisexuales or Urticales
* Ficus tsjakela; family Moraceae, order Unisexuales or Urticales
From [less than]1% to 85% full sun, I transplanted seedlings of four related tree species, classified in family Moraceae
(Croat 1978) or sister families Moraceae and Cecropiaceae (Hammell 1986a, b).
ABSTRACT: The current study was carried out for comparative estimation of phytochemicals, anti-radical properties and half maximal inhibitory concentration (IC50) of seven species of family Moraceae using 2, 2-Diphenyl-1-Picrylhydrazyl assay.
The current study was carried out to analyze the qualitative estimation of various phyto-compounds as well as antioxidant potential of all the seven species of Family Moraceae, as assessed using DPPH assay.
Fresh parts Leaves /Fruit of seven species of Family Moraceae were collected from Jinnah Garden, Lahore in the months of Feb-May (2016) authenticated and deposited in the Prem Madan Herbarium of Lahore College for Women University, Lahore (Artocarpus lakoocha Wall.
The current experiment was conducted to determine the phyto-compounds, antioxidant potential as well as the half maximal inhibitory concentration of seven species of Family Moraceae. Qualitative estimation of major classes of Phytochemical constituents in all seven species of Family Moraceae revealed the presence of terpenoids, phenolics, flavonoids and tannins however absence of alkaloids was reflected in three species under observation including Artocarpus lakoocha, Ficus lyrata and Ficus virens (Table 1).
Figure I show the concentration dependent response curve of DPPH scavenging activities of the crude methanolic extract in all the seven species of Family Moraceae. The antioxidant activity of all seven species of Family Moraceae was compared with Vitamin E and BHT as standard references.
(Hindi: Gular, Sanskrit: Udambara) belongs to the family Moraceae
. It is an evergreen spreading tree for moderate to large size, found throughout the greater part of India in moist localities.
Chlorophora excelsa and Chlorophora regia of the Family Moraceae