Medicinal and Aromatic Plants VI

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Y.P.S Bajaj
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 426 pages
27 chapters cover the distribution, economic importance, conventional propagation, micropropagation, tissue culture studies, and in vitro production of important medicinal and other pharmaceutical compounds in various species of Anchusa, Brucea, Catharanthus, Chrysanthemum, Coleus, Corydalis, Coreopsis, Emilia, Ginkgo, Gloriosa, Hypericum, Inonotus, Leucosceptrum, Lilium, Linum, Mosses, Nandina, Penstemon, Prunus, Pteridium, Quassia, Ribes, Senecio, Taraxacum, Thermopsis, Vanilla, and Vitiveria. Like the previous five volumes on medicinal and aromatic plants (Volumes 4, 7, 15, 21, and 24), this book contains a wealth of useful information for advanced students and researchers in the field of plant biotechnology and chemical engineering, pharmacy, botany and tissue culture.
 

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Contents

Production of Rosmarinic Acid
1
Conclusions and Prospects
16
In Vitro Culture Studies
34
Induction of Multiple Shoot Cultures
48
Conclusions and Prospects
65
In Vitro Culture and the Production
69
Conclusion and Prospects
87
Summary and Conclusion
104
In Vivo and in Vitro Accumulation
219
Conclusions and Prospects
240
Conclusions and Commercial Aspects
255
Penstemon serrulatus Menz
269
Summary and Conclusions
296
References
312
Protocol
325
Biochemistry of the Formation
339

Conclusions and Prospects
126
Conclusions and Prospects
144
In Vitro Studies
153
Summary and Conclusions
163
In Vitro Studies
169
Conclusion and Prospects
177
Role of Triterpenes Sterols
193
References
205
Summary and Conclusions
215
Summary and Conclusion
353
Conclusions
367
Summary and Conclusions
374
In Vitro Cultures
381
Conclusions
398
In Vitro Culture Studies
409
Protocol
419
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