Physicochemical analysis of the entire plant powder Ludwigia perennis L. by using different solvents
Physico- chemical analysis showed the details of extractive portion of the plant and ash composition. The entire plant powder of Ludwigia perennis shows, Soluble in ethanol (89.35 %), Water soluble ash (56.7 %), and Moisture.
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