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Extraction of Eucalyptus Oil as Reduction of Bacterial Growth in Drinking Water

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Drinking water is acting as life line for living thing on the Earth, without that no life. Due to global industrialization availability of pure water is one of the major issues. The effluent are directly or indirectly discharge through the river stream, which affect the ground as well as sea water and climatically cycle water reach to us. In that condition medicine are required for quire purpose. In the world so many plants and herbs are available which are used as antimicrobial and sources of medicines. Today the large number of drugs in use is derived from plants. The important advantages for therapeutic uses of medicinal plants in various ailments are their safety besides being economical, effective and easy availability. In this regard’s herb plant Eucalyptus extracted oil is used as antibacterial agent to treat the drinking water.


International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 16)
A. K. Dubey and O. Sahu, "Extraction of Eucalyptus Oil as Reduction of Bacterial Growth in Drinking Water", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 16, pp. 121-130, 2014
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