THE POTENTIAL OF SECONDARY METABOLITES COMPOUNDS OF METHANOL EXTRACT STEM BARK MELOCHIA UMBELLATE AS ANTI-BACTERIAL

  • Usman - Chemistry FKIP Mulawarman University
  • Nunuk Hariani S Department of Chemistry UNHAS
  • Hanapi Usman Department of Chemistry UNHAS
  • Ahyar Ahmad Department of Chemistry UNHAS

Abstract

A Study antibacterial essay of the methanol extracts of steam bark M.umbellate (Houtt) Stapf var. degrabrata (Paliasa). The results of this study showed that the methanol extract from the bark of M. umbellate (Houtt) Stapf var. degrabrata group of compounds containing alkaloids, flavonoids, triterpenoids, phenolics and saponins. Methanol extract from the bark of M. umbellate can inhibit the growth of bacteria Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, gram-negative bacteria as well as representing Escherichia coli, Salmonella thypi, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa representing gram-positive bacteria. At a concentration of 400 ppm of methanol extracts of these plants showed effective barrier against bacteria tested, with a zone of inhibition, respectively as follows: 12.67 mm against bacteria B. subtilis, 12.97 mm against bacteria, S. aureus, 11.86 mm against bacteria E. coli and 12.12 mm against bacteria S. thypi. However, methanol extract from the bark of

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Author Biographies

Usman -, Chemistry FKIP Mulawarman University
Lecturer Prodi Chemistry FKIP Mulawarman University
Nunuk Hariani S, Department of Chemistry UNHAS
Lecturer Department of Chemistry UNHAS
Hanapi Usman, Department of Chemistry UNHAS
Lecturer Department of Chemistry UNHAS
Ahyar Ahmad, Department of Chemistry UNHAS
Lecturer Department of Chemistry UNHAS
Published
2016-09-08
How to Cite
-, Usman et al. THE POTENTIAL OF SECONDARY METABOLITES COMPOUNDS OF METHANOL EXTRACT STEM BARK MELOCHIA UMBELLATE AS ANTI-BACTERIAL. PROSIDING SEMINAR KIMIA, [S.l.], sep. 2016. Available at: <http://jurnal.kimia.fmipa.unmul.ac.id/index.php/prosiding/article/view/274>. Date accessed: 22 sep. 2019.

Keywords

Antibacterial essay, methanol extract of M. umbellate