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Bowers, J.H. and Locke, J.C. (2004) Effect of Formulated Plant Extracts and Oils on Population Density of Phytophthora nicotianae in Soil and Control of Phytophthora blight in the Greenhouse. Plant Disease, 88, 11-16.

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  • TITLE: Diagnosis of the Bio-Compound as an Anti-Fungal from Populus euphratica L. Plant Using Chromatographic Technology

    AUTHORS: Rana Ibrahim Khaleel

    KEYWORDS: Populus euphratica, Secondary Metabolites, LC-MS, Antifungi, Alpha Glycoside

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Ecology, Vol.9 No.5, May 27, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Crude of Plant extracts from materials is necessary screening to determine new biological activities, toxicity and active compounds in bioassay tests. Crude of Populus euphratica L. left is tested to phytochemical screening, constituents, fractionation and MIC technique as anti-fungal. The fractions are subjected to bio-compound analysis using Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry LC-MS. Phytochemical screening of crude extract shows presence of Glycosides compared with other compounds. While the fraction of ethanolic extract recorded inhibition impact reached (390, mg/L/MIC) agnist type of fungi. Bioassay toxicity using shrimp lethally test (LC50) was carried out with the result showing 4.1 mg/L is low toxic and can be used safely. Alpha Glycoside (4, 6 Benzylidene-1O-Methyl-2O-(2346 Tetra-O-Acetyl-Betad- Glucosyl), is a new compound and antifungal action.