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Table 4 MIC and MBC or MFC of RFCS and different monomers against pathogenic bacteria (μg/mL)

From: Determination of the volatile and polyphenol constituents and the antimicrobial, antioxidant, and tyrosinase inhibitory activities of the bioactive compounds from the by-product of Rosa rugosa Thunb. var. plena Regal tea

Compound L. ivanovii S. enteritidis enteritidis S. aureus E. coli C. albicans P. acnes F. nucleatum
  MIC MBC MIC MBC MIC MBC MIC MBC MIC MFC MIC MBC MIC MBC
RFCS 500 > 1000 500 > 1000 125 1000 500 1000 1000 > 1000 125 500 64 250
Linalool 500 > 1000 500 > 1000 250 1000 250 1000 250 1000 250 1000 250 1000
Phenylethyl alcohol 250 500 125 500 125 250 250 1000 250 500 125 500 8 32
Citronellol 250 500 250 1000 125 500 250 500 250 500 125 500 250 1000
α-bisabolol 8 32 500 > 1000 250 1000 500 1000 1000 > 1000 125 500 8 32
Hyperoside 250 500 250 500 250 1000 250 1000 250 1000 250 1000 250 500
Kaempferol-3-O-rutinosid 500 1000 500 > 1000 250 1000 500 > 1000 250 1000 500 1000 500 > 1000
Rutin 500 1000 125 500 250 500 250 1000 500 1000 125 250 62 500
Luteolin 500 1000 250 1000 500 > 1000 250 1000 250 500 250 500 125 500
Miconazole Nitrate 16 8
Hydrochloride tetracycline < 0.1 < 0.1 8 16 16 16 16 16 8 16 2 2
  1. Data are expressed as mean ± standard deviation of triplicate samples
  2. MIC minimum inhibitory concentration, MBC minimum bactericidal concentration, MFC minimum Fungicidal concentration, RFCS rose flower cell sap, L. ivanovii Listeria ivanovii, S. enteritidis subspecies enteritidis: Salmonella enteritidis enteritidis, S. aureus Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli Escherichia coli, C. albicans Candida albicans, P. acnes Propionibacterium acnes, F. nucleatum Fusobacterium nucleatum