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Plant secondary metabolites are organic compounds that aid in the growth and development of plants but are not required for the plant to. This second book in the three-volume Plant Secondary Metabolites covers the stimulation, extraction, and utilization of plant secondary. Plants are a remarkable source of high-value secondary metabolites with The most studied classes of plant secondary metabolites using plant cell and .. Help us write another book on this subject and reach those readers.
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The chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and methods, findings along with discussions step-by-step. Among secondary metabolites, the biosynthesis of phenolic compounds which have a potential use as an antioxidant and terpenes extensively used as flavors and fragrances in perfumery and medicines are described in detail.
Recent advances in plant biotechnology have been explained by showing the potential of plant cell and tissue cultures for the large-scale production of valuable secondary metabolites.
One of the most important secondary metabolite of the plants known as coumarins has been examined regarding to the biotechnological view. Natural products with potential biomedical applications along with the production of bioactive compounds by using biotechnological methods have been described. The production of anthocyanins under in vitro conditions has been given in detail for researchers in plant biotechnology.
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Root and shoot cultures of this plant species have been investigated for the production of flavonoids and iridoids which are responsible for antioxidant and cytotoxic activities.
Strategies to increase secondary metabolite production in plant cell cultures have been explained by giving examples for terpenoids. Biotechnological investigations on Amaranthaceae plant species have been summarized.
Biotechnology approaches have been shown for the utilization of Jojoba which is an economical important plant by giving propagation and cloning of genes coding for economically important traits. The production of cardenolides in Digitalis cultures was extensively described for the industrial production. Depending on their medicinal and economical importance, the production of secondary metabolites of the plant species from Boraginaceae family using biotechnological methods have been outlined.
The impacts of cell and tissue culture technologies for the large-scale production of anticancer secondary metabolites have also been included.
Ilkay Erdogan Orhan has produced a magnificent effort covering relevant aspects of the medicinal plants in this eBook. Botanists, chemists, biochemists, pharmacognosists and molecular biologists having any interest potentially bioactive compounds will be satisfied in the eBook content.