Impact of Partial Shades on Bacopa monnieri L. for Nootropic Parameters
Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology,
Indian traditional and ayurvedic medicine is used to relieve various complex diseases and health issues. Bacopa monnieri is a potent medicinal herb used for multiple disease remedies and known as a nootropic or brain tonic herb. Impact of different shade net intensity (SNIs) on biomass yield and bioactive compound on Bacopa monnieri studied using the most efficient UPLC-MS/MS methods. The different shade net intensity viz., 0% SNI, 30% SNI, 40% SNI, 50% SNI, 75% SNI, and 90% SNI were used. Maximum total fresh herbage weight was obtained from the 75% SNI. The maximum content of bioactive compounds, viz., bacopaside I (0.287 % g-1), bacopaside II (0.236 % g-1), bacoside A (0.296 % g-1), and total bacoside content (0.582% g-1) were found under 75% SNI, whereas, maximum bacoside A3 was obtained in 50% SNI. However, maximum dry herbage weight (630 g), was obtained from 0% SNI. Therefore, the selected elite ‘DBM-4’ could be cultivated under partial shade conditions for harvesting maximum yield from nootropic parameters.
- Bacopa monnieri L
- bacoside content
- herbage yield
- shade net intensity
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