alexa Biodiversity and Biochemical Study of Medicinal Plants Collected from Swat Valley of Pakistan

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Biodiversity and Biochemical Study of Medicinal Plants Collected from Swat Valley of Pakistan

Being a precious gift from all Mighty Allah medicinal plants are of crucial importance in modern era. Medicinal plants including A. calamus, P.specie, C. serrata, P.Oweta, M. longifolia T. aficianali, B. implexical, S. specie, and F.volgare were analyzed for proximate composition and mineral content to explain their medicinal properties with their chemical composition. The crude protein content of wild medicinal plant was in the range of 1.7% to 2.7%.The minimum protein was observed in C. serrata followed by B. implexical (1.8%) while the maximum was found in M. longifolia and F. volgare which was 2.7% each. The fiber content of the plants was in the range of 3.2 to 7.3%. The least amount (32%) of fiber was present in M. longifolia and the highest amount of fiber was possessed by P. oweta which contained 7.3% of fiber. The mineral content showed that all the plants were contained lower amount of sodium (Na) and nickel (Ni). However they contained all other mineral in considerable or even in greater amount.

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