Mahdi Abdelmageed Mohammed Ali and Rahma Abubaker Musa DOWNLOAD PDF
Abstract This study was carried out in Khartoum State-Sudan, during October (2019). The species Chamaecyparis obtusa (Crippsii) belong to family Cupressaceae , locally known as (Shagarat Bakhor Alanfar) was chosen because it’s using traditionally in treatment of many abdominal disease. Phytochemical activities were investigated to detect the effects of antimicrobial and antioxidant; this plant was collected from Gabal maraha, South Darfur State, western Sudan. The dried fruits of Chamaecyparis Obtusa was extracted successively with (ethanol), The phytochemical screening carried out on ethanolic extract of species fruits and showed as table: (1) , that there were secondary metabolize ( alkaloids, flavonoids, sterol, tannins, triturpenes ,cardiac glycoside, phenol and absent of saponnins). The antimicrobial activity of extract were evaluated against two standard bacteria (Gram positive; Staphylococcus aureus) and (Gram negative; Escherichia coli,), the results of antimicrobial activities of extract at different concentrations and inhibition zone were measured in (mm) table (2) the range of inhibition was found between 15- 22mm .Antioxidant was tested and The result of it cited that there is high antioxidant activity in the extraction table (3).