Preliminary phytochemical analysis of different plant parts of Albizia odoratissima (L.F.) benth
Namrata S Powar, Abhijeet R Kasarkar and Vinaya N More
Various traditional system of medicine enlightens the importance of plant Albiziaodoratisssima (L. f.) Benth (Family: Fabaceae) have a great value. Traditionally this plant used in treatment of leprosy, ulcer, skin diseases cough, bronchitis. The present study was aimed to preliminary phytochemical studies of this plant. The objective of these study was subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening was to screen aqueous, methanol and chloroform extract of dried powder of leaves, stem and seed of these plant. This study is useful to detect the different phytochemicals like alkaloid, carbohydrates, reducing sugar, phytosterols, saponins, phenolic compound, tannins, flavonoids, terpenoids, cardiac glycosides, steroids etc. The phytochemical evolution revealed the presence of carbohydrate, phytosterol, saponins, terpenoid, in plant parts like leaf, stem bark and seeds.