Abstract
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANTIBACTERIAL EFFECT OF WASP VENOM (ROPALIDIA MARGINATA) AND HONEY BEE VENOM (APIS DORSATA) ON DIFFERENT SOURCES

*Priyadarshini. P.A, Bindu.s, Rubina Siddiqa, Rashmi Yogish

ABSTRACT

Some venoms and their isolated compounds have been shown to have antibacterial properties. Toxicity of wasp venom and bee venom is known to man since ages, which varies from mild inflammations to death. In both the cases, the venom are synthesised in the poisonous sac of honeybee(Apis dorsata) and garden wasp (Ropalidia marginata). In the present study, the toxic effect of honey bee and garden wasp venoms was carried out in-vitro on bacterial source obtained from buccal cavity of domestic animals (buffalo,cow cat, hen and goat). Results showed honey bee venom has significant bacterial effect and inhibition zone in cow, cat, and buffalo than wasp venom which had effect only in cow and cat and nil effect in buffalo. Also, the results determined in the venoms of bee and wasp doesn’t have the noticeable effect on the bacteria of goat and hen.

Keywords: Antibacterial, venom, Ropalidia marginata, Apis dorsata.


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