Effect of two different germplasm of Mucuna pruriens seed extracts against some fish pathogens

  • M. Marimuthu M Research and development division, Aquagri Processing Private Limited, B5, SIPCOT Industrial Complex, Manamadurai-630 606, Sivaganga District, Tamil Nadu
  • Ilansuriyan P. Nutraceutical Chemistry Lab, Department of Food Process Engineering, School of Bioengineering, SRM University, Kattankulathur-603203, Tamilnadu
  • K. Karthikeyan Research and development division, Aquagri Processing Private Limited, B5, SIPCOT Industrial Complex, Manamadurai-630 606, Sivaganga District, Tamil Nadu
Keywords: Antibacterial activity, Bacterial strains, Velvet bean, Solvent extract

Abstract

To investigate the two different germplasm of Mucuna seeds were collected from agro geographical regions was evaluated for its antibacterial activities. Antibacterial activity of the seed extracts was studied against the fish pathogens of Aeromonas hydrophila, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Vibrio cholera and Klebsiella pneumonia using agar well diffusion method. Results showed that methanol and ethanol extracts showed more potent antibacterial activity than other solvent extracts. The results were expressed as mean SD. The results obtained in the study shows that velvet bean black seed extract has more antibacterial activity against fish pathogens. The antibacterial activity of all the Mucuna seed extracts are comparable ad their potential as alternative in the treatment of infectious by these microorganisms was present in the fish. Susceptibility testing is conducted on isolates using drug selected on the basis of their importance to human medicine and use I fish production.

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Published
2015-07-30
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