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Review Article

Parkia speciosa Hassk.: A Potential Phytomedicine

Table 3

Antioxidant activity in various P. speciosa extracts.

Plant partExtractTotal phenolic content (mg GAE/g)aDPPH assay ( mol Trolox/g)aFRAP assay ( mol Trolox/g)aTotal flavonoids (mg RE/g)aTannin (mg/g)aReference

Pod and seedAqueous1557.6b,c7418.3b,d1617.3b,d Ayub Ali et al. [32]
Pod and seedMethanol2464.3b,c5936.9b,d1898.0b,d Ayub Ali et al. [32]
Pod Ethanol250Tunsaringkarn et al. [5]
SeedEthanol51.9a20.3aMaisuthisakul et al. [10]
SeedMethanol0Miean and Mohamed [18]
SeedMethanol120b,c40b,eTangkanakul et al. [34]
SeedAqueous6.567.6244.67Reihani and Azhar [30]
Seed coatEthanol350Tunsaringkarn et al. [5]
LeafEthanol44.789.26fTangkanakul et al. [4]
LeafAqueous22.757.4fTangkanakul et al. [4]
LeafAqueous32.7322.749.9Wong et al. [33]

aDry weight basis, bfresh weight basis, c(mg GAE/100 g), d(mg Trolox/100 g), e(mg vitamin C equivalent/g), and f(mg BHA equivalent/g).

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