Comparative study of antimicrobial activity between Centella asiatica, Moringae oleifera, and Clitoria ternatea against selected foodborne pathogens / Nursuraya Othman

Centella asiatica, Moringae oleifera and Clitoria ternatea are widely used in Malaysian dishes, either to be eaten raw or as part of cooking ingredients. However, their potentials in preventing foodborne pathogens activity are not much explored. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate th...

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Main Author: Othman, Nursuraya
Format: Thesis
Published: 2017
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