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Allah says in the Holy Quran: Chapter 49 Surah Hujurat verse O mankind, We created you from one man and one woman, and then divided you into nations and tribes so that you may recognize one another. Indeed, the most honorable amongst you in the sight of Allah is he who is most pious God Fearing of you.
There is huge misconception in the Islamic world, whereby some people advise and recommend that to understand the message of the Holy Quran, it is imperative that one must read some other books first! This is an absolute fallacy, and an attempt by some unscrupulous leaders and self-proclaimed holy men to subjugate and keep the people away from the simple and clear guidance of the Holy Quran. Qualitative phytochemical screening Crude extracts were screened to identify the occurrence of primary and secondary metabolites, viz.
The free radical's reduction is trailed by a decline in the absorbance at nm. A standard solution of AA was prepared in the same way as described above.
The mixture was vigorously shaken and placed aside for the 30 min reaction period at room temperature in a dark room. After incubation, the absorbance of the mixture was recorded by UV spectrophotometer at nm against methanol as a blank and experimental procedure was repeated for three times.
The control used for the study was DPPH solution without sample solution. The higher reducing power is followed by an intensification in the absorbance at nm. AA was used as a standard and the solution was prepared similarly. For this test, different concentrations i. After that, the obtained solution mixture was centrifuged 3 rpm for 10 min and the supernatant thus obtained was gathered. Two mL from each of the previously mentioned mixtures was allowed to mix with equal amount of distilled water and 0.
After a reaction time of 10 min, the absorbance was recorded using UV spectrophotometer at nm. All the analysis were performed in triplicate and results were averaged. Similarly, standard solution of AA was prepared as described above.
The samples were then allowed to cool at room temperature and the absorbance was measured at nm against a reagent blank with the help of a UV spectrophotometer. To estimate the TFC, 0. The obtained solution was thoroughly mixed and absorbance was recorded at nm against the reagent blank.
The Student's t test applied to determine the significance of the standard and sample for EC50 values. SPSS Results 3. Estimation of phytochemical constituents The phytochemical analysis of B. Table 1: Phytochemical analysis of B. Thus, the present results demonstrated that among the three extracts, MEBRpu exerted a Estimation of RPC [Table 3] shows the reducing power activities on absorbance by all extracts from B. It was also found that higher [ 2.
Table 3: Reducing power activities of standard and crude methanolic extracts of B. Click here to view 3.
The antioxidant capacity increased with concentration of each sample. Table 4: Total antioxidant capacities of standard and crude methanolic extracts of B. Table 5: Total phenolic and flavonoid contents of B. Discussion Natural products, specifically plants are believed as the pillar of all traditional medicine systems .
These are tremendously rich sources of diverse range of phytochemicals, which possess several biological effects, like antioxidant, antimutagenic, anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial activities . Moreover, phytomedicine serves as a natural blueprint for development of new drugs .
Drugs are obtained from almost all forms of natural products in general and plants in particular. These plants range from unicellular yeasts to highly-differentiated plants . In present study, the phytoconstituents, and the antioxidant activities of the methanolic extracts of seed, pulp, and peel of B.
Phytochemical evaluation showed the existence of many bioactive compounds like alkaloids, glycosides, carbohydrates, phenolssaponins, tannins, flavonoids, terpenoids, proteins, and fixed oils. Several polyphenolic compounds like flavonoids, phenolic acids, and tannins are deemed as the chief constituents of plants  , .
Flavonoids are water-soluble polyphenolic molecules that have antioxidant, free radical scavenging, antimutagenic, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral activities . Diverse pharmacological activities are exerted by plant saponins, these include expectorant, immunomodulatory, vasoprotective, anti-inflammatory, hypocholesterolemic, hypoglycaemic, antifungal, and antiparasitic activities  , .
Moreover, they also avert the disproportionate cholesterol absorption in intestine, and therefore diminish the risk associated with cardiovascular diseases, including the risk of hypertension . Tannins, the complex organic, non-nitrogenous compounds and polyhydroxy benzoic acids polyphenols derivatives having anticancer, antimutagenic, antimicrobial, astringent and anti-diarrheal properties.
They have also been reported as healing agents in different inflammatory conditions, gonorrhoea, burns and to promote blood clotting, reduce blood pressure and modulate immunoresponses . This study suggested that among the methanolic crude extracts of seed, pulp, and peel of B.
Plant phenols, flavonoids and saponins significantly associated to the antioxidant potential of these extracts. The literature suggests that these phytoconstituents exert their antioxidant activity via scavenging or stabilizing free radicals through hydrogenation or complexion with oxidizing species .
Scavenging of DPPH is one of the imperative parameter to assess the antioxidant effect of crude extracts. The degree of change in color of the test solution from purple color to colorless is straightly proportionate to the scavenging potency and concentration of the extracts.
Decline in the absorbance at nm is a clear indicative of FRSA of the extract . The study suggested that the plant extract that contains flavonoids, and related polyphenols are able of donating hydrogen atom to a free radical to neutralize it.
A previous study suggested that the chloroform soluble fraction from methanol extract of B. The RPC of extracts was estimated by reducing power assay in which, yellow coloration of the test solution converts to greenish color. This is due to the presence of one or many reducing agents in test compound which is responsible for the reduction of iron, Fe III to Fe II form. An increase in the absorbance at nm is an indicative of reducing capacity of the extract .
This may be related to the content of biologically active compounds of the extracts, particularly total polyphenols, which exert electron donating activities.