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Antibacterial Activity of Prunus mahaleb and Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) Against Some Pathogen

Antimicrobial activities of various species and their derivatives have been reported by many works. The use of alternative medical therapy has increased the interest of pharmacologists and herbalists over the past decade. Historically, plants have provided a source of inspiration for novel drug compounds, as plant derived medicines have made contributions to human health and well being. Many studies indicates that in some plants there are many substances such as peptides, unsaturated long chain aldehydes, alkaloidal constituents, some essential oils, phenols and water, ethanol, chloroform, methanol and butanol soluble compounds. These plants then emerged as compounds with potentially significant therapeutic application against human pathogens, including bacteria, fungi or viruses.