World Journal of
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R. Gawande and Maruti S. Darade*


The Chlorophyll is the basic photosynthetic pigment of plants which is required to prepare food material in the form carbohydrates.The pigments in plant varies from oragns and species to species. The estimation of amount of chlorophyll pigment was carried out in five different medicinal plants, such as Azadirachta indica, Aegle marmelous, Pongamia pinnata, Santalum album, Ocimum sanctum. Determination of chlorophyll content was made on the basis of values of absorbance on spectrophotometer. The amount of chlorophyll – a ranged from 2.30 mg/gm to 5.24 mg/gm of leaf tissues, chlorophyll - b ranged from 1.36 mg/gm to 2.31 mg/gm of leaf tissues. The total chlorophyll ranged from 4.08 mg/gm to 7.55 mg/gm of leaf tissues The maximum amount of total chlorophyll was recorded in leaves of Pongamia pinnata and minimum in Azadirachta indica.

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