Dilutions of plant macerates were prepared in four different concentrations (20, 50, 80, 100 mg/mL).
The anthelmintic activity of the plants macerates was appraised at different concentrations (20, 50, 80 and 100 mg/mL) by methodology used by Ajaiyeoba et al.
The results revealed that all macerates contain phytochemicals in different concentrations.
After a considerable amount of time (at least one minute and at most one hour), the macerate was filtrated and stored at 23-25[degrees]C for further analysis.
After 15 minutes, macerate was filtrated and stored at 23-25[degrees]C for further analysis.
Approximately 1 g of oil macerate sample was dissolved in 10 mL cyclohexane.
However, haustorium initiation by the root macerate was significantly reduced.
For the root macerate, five of the strains and isolates tested (Klebsiella, P.