Kyllinga triceps is a medicinal plant found in India. The present study was conducted to evaluate the hypoglycemic activity of the plant in Streptozotocin (STZ) induced diabetic rats. These diabetic rats were given Kyllinga triceps extract (KTE, 100mg/kg & 200mg/kg) and Glibenclamide (0.5mg/kg) for 28 days. The effects of both treatments on the body weight and blood glucose were determined. Both doses of extract and Glibenclamide showed significant hypoglycemic activity in acute and sub-acute study. Body weight of extract and Glibenclamide treated rats were maintained during the study period, whereas body weight of untreated rats decreases. The results obtained from the study scientifically proved the folkloric use of Kyllinga triceps as hypoglycemic agent. Thus the plant can be key contributer in treatment Diabetes. The title was clear and appropriate but it didn’t follow the guidelines that it should be all capital letters. The title contains the subject matter of the study, the place or locale, and the population involved.
The objectives of the study are to prove that the traditional use of Kyllinga triceps is an effective hypoglycemic agent, and to lessen the rate of people who have diabetes. The literatures cited are relevant and they are up to the date relative to the copyright or publication of the paper. They use the most appropriate methods in order to make their study of Kyllinga triceps successful. There were evidences proved that this study is successful that can found in the methodology and results. The conclusion that the researcher’s draw is that the Kyllinga triceps possess a hypoglycemic effect and it may be use as a hypoglycemic agent.
Thus the plant can key contributer in treatment Diabetes. In the abstract (Both doses of extract and Glibenclamide showed significant hypoglycemic activity in acute and sub acute study. Body weight of extract and glibenclamide treated rats were maintained during the study period Where as body weight of untreated rats had gone down.), I observed that there were clerical errors like glibenclamide should be capital G, and between the word sub acute should have a dash (-) and the word “Where as” should be one word then capital letter W should be small letter and before that word “whereas” should have comma (,).