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Kolhāpur, India

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Kolhāpur, India
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Patil S.R.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.S.,Dr Ghali College | Sathe T.V.,Shivaji University | Patil R.S.,Dr Ghali College
Rasayan Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

The present investigation reveals avian fauna and physico-chemical parameters of Gajargaon pond, Maharashtra. Twenty two different species of birds have been cited belonging to 9 orders and 14 families during the year 2011. Water parameters like temperature, transparency, free CO2, pH, EC, alkalinity, hardness, chloride, DO., and BOD were analyzed and found variations throughout the year. In the present study the total alkalinity and BOD were found very low. From the results it has been observed that the pond water is suitable for the growth of different biological parameters like algae, planktons, insect larva, fishes, molluscans etc. which ultimately attract birds towards pond and adjoining area. © 2013 RASĀYAN. All rights reserved.


Patil R.S.,Shivaji University | Godghate A.G.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.S.,Dr Ghali College
International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences | Year: 2014

Present study deals with the qualitative phytochemical and antimicrobial activity of leaves of Homonoia ripariaLour using various extracts (Aqueous, Ethyl Acetate, n- Hexane). Aqueous extract contains more number of secondary metabolites whereas ethyl acetate extract contains a least number. Antimicrobial activity of Homonoia riparia leaf extract was tested against Proteus vulgaris, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella typhimurium; Bacillus cereus by agar well diffusion methods. The n-hexane extracts does not show inhibition against any organism while ethyl acetate extract shows a significant range of inhibitory effect against Proteus vulgaris, Salmonella typhimurium, Bacillus cereus.


Sawant R.S.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.S.,Tuljaram Chaturchand College | Telave A.B.,Dr Ghali College | Desai P.D.,Dr Ghali College | Desai J.S.,Dr Ghali College
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2010

The paper describes physicochemical characteristics of Atyal pond (Tahsil Gadhinglaj, Dist Kolhapur) of Maharashtra. Limnological studies were conducted during the October 2007 to September 2008. Variables analysed from surface water of the tank were temperature, transparency, pH, electrical conductivity, dissolved oxygen, alkalinity, hardness, chlorides, biochemical oxygen demand and primary productivity. It was observed that the water of Atyal pond is rich in nutrients, which shows that the pond has become eutrophic. The pond shows increased pollution level due to various activities taking place in and around the water body.


Jadhav S.D.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.S.,Dr Ghali College | Godghate A.G.,Dr Ghali College | Patil S.R.,Dr Ghali College | Patil R.S.,Dr Ghali College
Rasayan Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2012

The assessment of Borewell water quality for suitability for drinking and domestic purposes was carried out from Ajara Tahsil. The ground water quality was assessed by examining various physico-chemical parameters. Borewell water samples were collected from 51 villages from Ajara Tahsil during April 2011. The physico-chemical parameters like temperature, pH, EC, total alkalinity, total hardness, Ca and Mg hardness, chlorides and dissolved oxygen have been analyzed. The results were compared with WHO and BIS drinking water standards. On the basis of hardness, out of 51 borewell samples, 48 samples were within the permissible limit & safe for drinking purpose. © 2012 RASĀYAN. All rights reserved.


Godghate A.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.,Dr Ghali College | Sutar A.,Dr Ghali College
Rasayan Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2012

Present study deals with the qualitative analysis of ethanolic extract of roots of Carrisa carandus Linn. In which we isolate 19 Phytochemical which are use full for development & growth of plant. Carissa Carandas Linn. (Karaunda) is a widely used medicinal plant by tribals throughout India and popular in various indigenous system of medicine like Ayurveda, Unani and Homoeopathy. All parts of the plant are used in traditional medicine. Traditionally the plant has been used in the treatment of scabies, intestinal worms, pruritus, biliousness and also used as antiscorbutic, anthelmintic. The notable biological activities reported are analgesic, anti inflammatory, anti pyretic, cardiotonic and histamine releasing. The plant is also an alternative source of oil, hydrocarbon and phytochemicals. © 2012 RASAYAN. All rights reserved.


Sawant R.S.,Dr Ghali College | Jadhav S.D.,Dr Ghali College | Godghate A.G.,Dr Ghali College | Patil S.R.,Dr Ghali College
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2011

The study deals with the groundwaterquality of Gadhinglaj tehsil in Maharashtra. The groundwater quality was assessed by examining various physico-chemical parameters. The borewell water samples were collected from 40 villages from Gadhinglaj tehsil during winter season. The physico-chemical parameters like temperature, pH, EC, free CO 2, total alkalinity, total hardness, Ca and Mg hardness, chlorides and dissolved oxygen were analysed. The result were compared with WHO and BIS standards. Except for a few parameters at some places, most of the water samples were found to be suitable for drinking.


Godghate A.G.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.S.,Dr Ghali College
International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences | Year: 2014

Tectona grandis Linn belongs to the family Verbenaceae. The plants Tectona grandis Linn Commonly known as 'Teak' is a large to very large deciduous tree, 20-35 m in height with light brown bark. Present study deals with the phytochemical properties which have been carried out on the leaves of Tectona grandis Linn using Acetone, Chloroform, Methanol and Water solvents. Out of four solvents, Chloroform extract contains more number of secondary metabolites whereas Methanolic extract contain least number of secondary metabolites.


Godghate A.,Dr Ghali College | Sawant R.,Dr Ghali College
Rasayan Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

Present study deals with the qualitative analysis of Chloroform Extract of leaves of Adhatoda vasica Nees. In which we isolates 16 secondary metabolites qualitatively of the extract. The dried leaf is smoked as a Cigarette. The leaf juice is stated to cure diarrhoea, dysentery and glandular tumour and is given as emmenagogue. The powder is reported to be used as poultice on rheumatic joints as Counter-irritant on inflammatory Swelling,on fresh wounds, Urticaria and in Neuralgia. Decoctions of matured yellow leaves are used against Asthma and Bronchitis. © 2013 RASAYAN. All rights reserved.

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