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Table 3 The Minimal Inhibitory Concentration (MIC, µg mL−1) and the Minimum Microbicidal Concentration (MBC, µg mL−1) of the chloroformic extract of the tested medicinal plants against bacteria

From: A study on the antioxidant and antimicrobial activities in the chloroformic and methanolic extracts of 6 important medicinal plants collected from North of Iran

StrainMIC (MBC)Gentamicin
S. flavescensR. repensA. maurorumM. azedarachP. harmala fruitJ. conglomeratus fruit
B. subtilisa50 (100)50 (100)25 (50)6.24
S. aureus1.56 (3.12)50 (100)50 (100)50 (100)25 (50)50 (100)3.12
R. toxicus50 (100)12.5 (25)25 (50)12.5 (25)25 (50)25 (50)NSb
E. coli100 (100)50 (100)50 (100)12.5 (25)25 (50)50 (100)1.56
P. aeruginosa12.5 (25)1.56 (3.12)12.48
P. syringae100 (−)100NS
P. viridiflava50 (100)2512.5 (25)50 (100)NS
X. campestris100 (100)25 (50)12.5 (25)12.5 (25)NS
  1. aNo inhibition with the highest concentration in the test conditions
  2. bNot specified