2 edition of Biotechnological applications of plant cultures found in the catalog.
Biotechnological applications of plant cultures
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter D. Shargool, That T. Ngo.|
|Series||A CRC series of current topics in plant molecular biology|
|Contributions||Shargool, Peter D., Ngo, T. T. 1944-|
|LC Classifications||TP248.27.P55 B585 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||94008432|
Dear Colleagues, Plants will publish a Special Issue dedicated to the production of bioactive compounds by using biotechnological approaches. Bioactive compounds found in natural sources have numerous applications in various domains. Human life is, to a great extent, dependent on natural products for food, pharmaceutics, cosmetics, clothes, fuel, building materials, and many other uses. Two pilot plant units have been set up at NCL and Tata Energy Research Institute (New Delhi) which have the production potential of a few million plant per year. The plant tissue culture industry has recorded a tremendous pace of growth reaching million Mark in from a production of only million in
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Progress in plant cell, tissue and organ culture has lead to two clearly discernable areas of biotechnological application of these systems. The first is concerned with the micropropagation of Cited by: 1.
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Plant tissue culture is the most popular technique of plant biotechnology, which has diverse applications in the various fields. Biotechnological applications for rosmarinic acid production in plant Plant cell cultures, e.g.
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In-vitro production of secondary metabolites in plant cell suspension cultures has been reported for various medicinal plants, and bioreactors represent a key step toward the commercial production of secondary metabolites by means of plant biotechnology.
Addressing these key aspects, the book contains 29 chapters, divided into three sections. Recent Advances in the Production of Medicinal Substances by Plant Cell Cultures. Pages Book Title Plant Tissue Culture and Its Bio-technological Application Book Subtitle Proceedings of the First International Congress on Medicinal Plant Research, Section B, held at the University of Munich, Germany September 6–10, Full Description: "This book discusses applications of biotechnology in plant breeding.
It covers key topics such as biometry applied to molecular analysis of genetic diversity and genetically modified plants, and goes beyond recombinant DNA technology to bring together key information and references on new biotech tools for cultivar development.
The present article discusses various applications of hairy root cultures in plant genetic engineering and potential problems associated with them. Book. Plant Tissue Culture and Its Bio.
Their biotechnological applications are expected to improve the quality of crops while maintaining ecologically and economically sustainable production systems. Podophyllotoxin, in Plant Cell Cultures of Linum album Pages Kumar, Vinod (et al.) Book Title Piriformospora indica Book Subtitle Sebacinales and Their Biotechnological.
This book presents an introductory overview of Actinobacteria with three main divisions: taxonomic principles, bioprospecting, and agriculture and industrial utility, which covers isolation, cultivation methods, and identification of Actinobacteria and production and biotechnological potential of antibacterial compounds and enzymes from Actinobacteria.
Moreover, this book also provides a Cited by: 1. Background: Plant biofactories are biotechnological platforms based on plant cell and organ cultures used for the production of pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals, although to date only a few of these systems have successfully been implemented at an industrial novarekabet.com by: 5.
Modern Applications of Plant Biotechnology in Pharmaceutical Sciences. explores advanced techniques in plant biotechnology, their applications to pharmaceutical sciences, and how these methods can lead to more effective, safe, and affordable drugs.
The book covers modern approaches in a practical, step-by-step manner, and includes illustrations, examples, and case studies to enhance. Biotechnological Applications of Plant Cell, Tissues and Organ Cultures In recent years, plant protoplast, cell and tissue cultures have become an important tool for crop improvement, commercial production of natural compounds and many more in the development of forestry.
Introduction. Modern techniques have been developed to overcome problems associated with the extraction of natural products from plants. These techniques include production of secondary metabolites by biotechnological methods such as plant tissue culture and microbial biotransformation of Cited by:.
Plant cell cultures, e.g. from Coleus blumei or Salvia officinalis, accumulate rosmarinic acid in amounts much higher than in the plant itself (up to 36% of the cell dry weight). Similarly some other biotechnological researches for production of rosmarinic acid were done in the past i.e.
from shoot culture, producing hairy root, using Cited by: Applications of plant cell and tissue culture. C. Otto, K. Tiemann --Biosynthesis of tropane alkaloids / Yasuyuki Yamada, Takashi Hashimoto --Biotechnological approaches to the production of Germplasm preservation / Lyndsey A.
Withers -- Elicitation and metabolism of phytoalexins in plant cell cultures / W. Barz, S. Daniel, W.Understanding the mechanisms whereby plant development is regulated is crucial for crop improvement using genetic engineering.
This work, comprising two volumes, reviews recent advances in plant developmental biology and explores the possibility of their practical applications from Author: Eng Chong Pua.