Shrook Gany Yassin, Mohammed Fakhri AL-Khafaji and Suhad Khalid AL-Sgheer
A phytochemical study of Moringa oleifera leaves was carried out using gas chromatography mass spectrometry to determine the phytochemical components by GCMS analysis present in the alcoholic extract of Moringa plant. It was 2.035 ppm for Ethanol, 2-(2-hydroxyethoxy)-, 1-nitrate and the lowest peak area was 3.012 ppm for Sulfurous acid, bis(1-methylethyl) ester. Phytochemicals produced by plants can act as alternatives to antibiotics and anti-ulcers and antivirals for many infectious agents or act as nutritional agents for non-communicable diseases. They can also act as antioxidants and flavoring agents. A series of experiments were conducted, including diagnosing the plant under study molecularly, and registering the plant species in the Global GenBank of the International Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). I carried the serial number MT495787.
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