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Abstract

Plants are found in the pharmaceutical business for their wide associate decent grouping also as their wide degree of pharmacological exercises. The typically extraordinary mixes present in plants are called phytochemicals. These phytochemicals are gotten from different bits of plants, for example, leaves, blossoms, seeds, barks, roots and pulps. These phytochemicals are utilized as wellsprings of direct supportive specialists. They fill in as a grungy material base for elaboration of logically complex semi-delivered substance mixes. This paper from an overall perspective arrangements with the assortment of plants, the extraction of dynamic mixes from the different bits of plants, conceptual and quantitative assessment of the phytochemicals.

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Phytochemicals, GC, HPLC, NMR, X-Ray crystallography.

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Rathod Zalak R, Dharmpal Meet A, Mishra Amita Y, Patel B. V, and Saraf Meenu S, “A REVIEW ON PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY METABOLITES AND EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 5, p. 10, Aug. 2020.

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