Yıl: 2019 Cilt: 13 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 24 - 36 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090 İndeks Tarihi: 24-06-2020

Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract

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This study was conducted on the antibacterial, antimycobacterial and antifungal activities of variousextracts (petroleum ether (PE), chloroform (CHCl3) and ethanol (EtOH) extracts; infusion and decoction) andessential oil from the aerial parts of S. cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and the chemical composition of the most activesamples. The antibacterial activity was determined against Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterococcus faecalis, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Proteusmirabilis and Escherichia coli. The antimycobacterial activity was analyzed against five different Mycobacteriumtuberculosis and the antifungal activity was compared with two dermotophytes and three Candida species. Thecomposition of EO was analyzed by GC-FID and GC-MS. The EO had a very good activity against B. subtilis (0.3µL/mL) and good activity against S. aureus, methicillin resistant S. aureus (MRSA) and E. faecalis (0.6 µL/mL). Allextracts were active in the antimycobacterial and antifungal tests (MICs=50-400 µg/mL). The EO was the most activesamples against all Mycobacterium strains, dermatophytes and Candida species (MICs=0.1-6.25 µL/mL). Because ofthe high activity of EO, its composition was analyzed, and the major compound was found caryophyllene oxide(22.3%), which was also found the major components of the essential oils from other antimicrobial plants such asSalvia trichoclada Benth.
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APA ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B, Gurdal B, Bilgin M, Satana D, Demirci B, TAN N, Mat A (2019). Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. , 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
Chicago ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ Burcu,Gurdal Bahar,Bilgin Merve,Satana Dilek,Demirci Betül,TAN Nur,Mat Afife Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. (2019): 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
MLA ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ Burcu,Gurdal Bahar,Bilgin Merve,Satana Dilek,Demirci Betül,TAN Nur,Mat Afife Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. , 2019, ss.24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
AMA ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B,Gurdal B,Bilgin M,Satana D,Demirci B,TAN N,Mat A Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. . 2019; 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
Vancouver ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B,Gurdal B,Bilgin M,Satana D,Demirci B,TAN N,Mat A Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. . 2019; 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
IEEE ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B,Gurdal B,Bilgin M,Satana D,Demirci B,TAN N,Mat A "Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract." , ss.24 - 36, 2019. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
ISNAD ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ, Burcu vd. "Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract". (2019), 24-36. https://doi.org/10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
APA ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B, Gurdal B, Bilgin M, Satana D, Demirci B, TAN N, Mat A (2019). Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. Records of Natural Products, 13(1), 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
Chicago ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ Burcu,Gurdal Bahar,Bilgin Merve,Satana Dilek,Demirci Betül,TAN Nur,Mat Afife Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. Records of Natural Products 13, no.1 (2019): 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
MLA ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ Burcu,Gurdal Bahar,Bilgin Merve,Satana Dilek,Demirci Betül,TAN Nur,Mat Afife Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. Records of Natural Products, vol.13, no.1, 2019, ss.24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
AMA ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B,Gurdal B,Bilgin M,Satana D,Demirci B,TAN N,Mat A Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. Records of Natural Products. 2019; 13(1): 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
Vancouver ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B,Gurdal B,Bilgin M,Satana D,Demirci B,TAN N,Mat A Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract. Records of Natural Products. 2019; 13(1): 24 - 36. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
IEEE ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ B,Gurdal B,Bilgin M,Satana D,Demirci B,TAN N,Mat A "Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract." Records of Natural Products, 13, ss.24 - 36, 2019. 10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090
ISNAD ŞEN UTSUKARÇİ, Burcu vd. "Biological Activities of Various Extracts from Salvia cassia Sam. ex Rech.f. and Chemical Composition of Its Most Active Extract". Records of Natural Products 13/1 (2019), 24-36. https://doi.org/10.25135/rnp.68.18.02.090