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different geographical origins with their antibacterial activity against P. larvae. The authors found that the activity against the pathogen depends on the phenolic families present in the extracts. Agourram et al. (2013) determined the composition of polyphenols in several fruits and vegetables and established their antimicrobial activity. Among the analyzed extracts, the apple peel extract showed the highest inhibitory activity against Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas fluorescens . Cirilli et al. (2015) studied the antimicrobial effect of the polyphenols

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Absent or pale brown-ish-yellow with age Moderate Cottony Smooth Septed Micro conidia 60 Trichophyton ( 17 ) Identification of principal secondary metabolites using HPLC A list of the detected compounds contained in the individual fungal extracts and their previously reported biological activities is shown in Table 2 . From the result obtained, four ( 4 ) known compounds were identified namely Protocatechuic acid, Indole-3-acetic acid, P-hydroxybenzoic acid, and 4-hydroxyphenyl acetate acid. Table2 The antimicrobial activities of compounds detected in the fungal

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