Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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A Metacognitive Experimatation on the Spectrum of Antibacterial Activity of the Centella Asiatica Extracts
Cecilia B. Santiago
This study sought to determine the spectrum of antibacterial activity of the extracts of centella asiatica extracts. The findings from the antibacterial test indicated that all the solvents employed in extracting the antibacterial elements from C. asiatica successfully impeded the growth of S. aureus and E.coli. Nevertheless, solely the undiluted extracts obtained from each solvent exhibited a broader transparent region where bacterial growth was inhibited. Additionally, the outcomes revealed that distilled water proved to be the most efficient solvent in extracting the antibacterial component of Centella asiatica when evaluated against E.coli. From a statistical standpoint, the results demonstrated that there was no significant difference in the antibacterial efficacy of the habitats being investigated.
metaognitive experimentation, spectrum, antibacterial activity, centella asiatica, extracts
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