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Figure 2: MS2 plaque formation in a E. coli lawn expressed as % of control plaque formation following incubation of the MS2 with nutrient broth (negative control); deionized water (negative control); (PPLM) P. pubescens leaf methanol extract; (PPLW) P. pubescens leaf water extract; (PPLE) P. pubescens leaf ethyl acetate extract; (PPLC) P. pubescens leaf chloroform extract; (PPLH) P. pubescens leaf hexane extract; (PPFM) P. pubescens fruit methanol extract; (PPFW) P. pubescens fruit water extract; (PPFE) P. pubescens fruit ethyl acetate extract; (PPFC) P. pubescens fruit chloroform extract; (PPFH) P. pubescens fruit hexane extract; (PTLM) P. triloculare leaf methanol extract; (PTLW) P. triloculare leaf water extract; (PTLE) P. triloculare leaf ethyl acetate extract; (PTLC) P. triloculare leaf chloroform extract; (PTLH) P. triloculare leaf hexane extract; (PTFM) P. triloculare fruit methanol extract; (PTFW) P. triloculare fruit water extract; (PTFE) P. triloculare fruit ethyl acetate extract; (PTFC) P. triloculare fruit chloroform extract; (PTFH) P. triloculare fruit hexane extract; C. sinensis leaf water extract (1000 ƒÊg/ml); nutrient agar and microwave irradiated MS2 phage (positive control). All Petalostigma extracts were tested at 1000 ƒÊg/ml. Results are reported as the mean of triplicate assays ± SEM. * indicates a statistically signifi cant difference to the negative control (P < 0.05)

Figure 2: MS2 plaque formation in a <i>E. coli</i> lawn expressed as % of control plaque formation following incubation of the MS2 with nutrient broth (negative control); deionized water (negative control); (PPLM) <i>P. pubescens</i> leaf methanol extract; (PPLW) <i>P. pubescens</i> leaf water extract; (PPLE) <i>P. pubescens</i> leaf ethyl acetate extract; (PPLC) <i>P. pubescens</i> leaf chloroform extract; (PPLH) <i>P. pubescens</i> leaf hexane extract; (PPFM) <i>P. pubescens</i> fruit methanol extract; (PPFW) <i>P. pubescens</i> fruit water extract; (PPFE) <i>P. pubescens</i> fruit ethyl acetate extract; (PPFC) <i>P. pubescens fruit</i> chloroform extract; (PPFH) <i>P. pubescens</i> fruit hexane extract; (PTLM) <i>P. triloculare</i> leaf methanol extract; (PTLW) <i>P. triloculare</i> leaf water extract; (PTLE) <i>P. triloculare</i> leaf ethyl acetate extract; (PTLC) <i>P. triloculare</i> leaf chloroform extract; (PTLH) <i>P. triloculare</i> leaf hexane extract; (PTFM) <i>P. triloculare</i> fruit methanol extract; (PTFW) <i>P. triloculare</i> fruit water extract; (PTFE) <i>P. triloculare</i> fruit ethyl acetate extract; (PTFC) <i>P. triloculare</i> fruit chloroform extract; (PTFH) <i>P. triloculare</i> fruit hexane extract; <i>C. sinensis</i> leaf water extract (1000 ƒÊg/ml); nutrient agar and microwave irradiated MS2 phage (positive control). All Petalostigma extracts were tested at 1000 ƒÊg/ml. Results are reported as the mean of triplicate assays ± SEM. * indicates a statistically signifi cant difference to the negative control (<i>P</i> < 0.05)