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Oats produce a group of secondary metabolites termed avenanthramides (avn). These compounds are biosynthesized through the action of the enzyme hydroxycinnamoyl CoA: hydroxyanthranilate N -hydroxycinnamoyl transferase (HHT) which catalyzes the condensation of one of several cinnamate CoA...
Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from young leaf explants (5–10 mm long) adjacent to the apex of 5–6 year old offshoots of Tunisian date palm ( Phœnix dactylifera L.), cultivar Boufeggous was successfully achieved. Factors affecting embryogenic callus initiation, including...
Dwarf dogwoods (or the bunchberries) are the only suffrutex in Cornaceae . They are attractive ground cover ornamentals with clusters of small flowers surrounded by petaloid bracts. Little has been reported on plant regeneration of dogwoods. As a step toward unraveling the molecular basis of...
The ontogenetic developmental stages of saffron somatic embryogenesis have been studied and characterized using light microscopy and the biochemical determination of the antioxidant enzymatic system. The embryogenic callus underwent internal segmented divisions with the formation of globular...
Plant tissue cultures represent a potential source for producing secondary metabolites. In this work, Buddleja cordata tissue cultures were established in order to produce phenylpropanoids (verbascoside, linarin and hydroxycinnamic acids), as these metabolites are credited with therapeutic...
Ruta graveolens L. is a source of pharmacologically active compounds such as coumarins, furanocoumarins and furoquinolone alkaloids. Hypocotyls, callus and shoots of R. graveolens were inoculated with bacteria from two Agrobacterium rhizogenes strains. Hairy root cultures were established after...
In vitro chromosome doubling was induced in octoploid (2 n = 58) yacon using oryzalin and colchicine as mitotic spindle inhibitors. Nodal segments of in vitro cultured plants, 5–15 mm long, were exposed to 20, 25, or 30 μM oryzalin and 1, 3, or 5 mM colchicine for 24 or 48 h. The resulting...
The Iridaceae contains many hundreds of attractive species that have been overlooked for horticultural development. The incredible variation in flower and leaf shape, size and colour suggest this little-tapped resource could offer great opportunities for developing new commercial ornamental...
Tuberization in many terrestrial orchids represents the most important physiological process for reproduction and survival. An in vitro controlled and reproducible tuberization and plant regeneration system was designed for Habenaria bractescens . Multinodal segments were incubated on Murashige...
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