INVESTIGATION OF COMMON CONSTITUENTS OF FERULAGO ABBREVIATA C.C. (TOWN)
Fenk Bakir Maaruf a, Firdus Nuri Ahmed b, and Enas Sabah Hassan c
a Department of Biochemistry, College of Medicine, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.
b Ministry of Health, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.
c College of Pharmacy, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.
Submitted: 20/10/2020; Accepted: 19/4/2021; Published: 21/9/2021
DOI Link: https://doi.org/10.17656/jsmc.10311
Ferulago abbreviata C.C. (town) is one of 35 genus Ferulago (family of Apiaceae). The other species of this plant are used for different medical purposes in different countries because they have many components. Ferulago abbreviata grows and develops between June and August at the top of mountains.
To identify the common constituents of alcoholic extract of Ferulago abbreviata.
Materials and Methods
After collecting and preparing the plant extract, different reagents and HPLC techniques are used to identify the constituents of this plant.
Many ingredients were identified, such as (phenolic acid, flavonoid, tannin, and glycoside); besides them also there is a percentage of components that were found in the volatile oil of the plant, similar to other studies. Ferulago abbreviata has many constituents, and some of them are found at a high percentage while others are found in a lower percentage compared to other species.
Ferulago abbreviata C.C. (town) has many components that can be applied in medicine.
Ferulago abbreviata, Phenolic compound, Flavonoid, Sulaimani.
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