Comparative antimicrobial activities of wild and cultivated varieties of Olea European different leaves extracts in Pakistan
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This research aims to find out the antimicrobial activities of the extracts of wild and cultivated varieties of Olive plants were screened for their antimicrobial activities against nine bacterial strains (six gram-positive, three gram compared to determine which variety is more affective against human pathogens. The obtained results of measurement of ZOI from the disc diffusion method specified that the methanolic extract exhibited strong inhibitory ac Bacillus atrophus, with the highest inhibition zones Clarithromycin with inhibition zones ( the antimicrobial activity and its potential use in the treatment of microbial was observed for n-hexane extract against Pseudo its antibiotic standard, Ciprofloxacin. Antimicrobial activities of different plant extracts obtained were seemed to be too different in the sense of efficiency as some of the bacterial strains are found to extra resistance and others are having more susceptibility towards the plant crude extracts as compared to their respective antibiotics used in this study. All the bacterial strains showed fewer susceptibilities to both plant extracts as compared to standard antibiotics used which shows that both the standard antibiotics a bacterial strains as compared to those of Gram varieties of olive leaves extracts especially wild variety pro effectively used as potential and valuable drugs reservoirs.