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Secondary metabolism in plant cell cultures

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant cell culture.,
  • Plants -- Metabolism.,
  • Cell metabolism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Phillip Morris ... [et al.].
    ContributionsMorris, Phillip., International Association of Plant Cell and Tissue Culture.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK725 .S43 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 262 p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2725068M
    ISBN 100521328896
    LC Control Number86018788

    ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the applications of secondary metabolites and the production process of secondary metabolites in plant cultures. The production process comprises of seven aspects. The seven aspects are: (1) Selection of cell lines for high yield of secondary metabolites (2) Large scale cultivation of plant cells .   Manipulation of plant natural product biosynthesis through genetic engineering is an attractive but technically challenging goal. Here, we demonstrate that different secondary metabolites can be produced in cultured maize cells by ectopic expression of the appropriate regulatory genes. Cell Cited by:

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    Plant cell cultures: Chemical factories of secondary metabolites. interest in secondary metabolism, particularly in the possibility of altering the production of bioactive plant metabo-lites by means of tissue culture technology. Plant cell culture technologies were introduced at the end of the ’s as a possible tool for both studying and producing plant secondary Size: KB.


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Plant secondary metabolism - Wikipedia. : Secondary Metabolism in Plant Cell Cultures (): Phillip Morris, Alan H. Scragg, Angela Stafford, Michael W. Fowler: Books. : Primary and Secondary Metabolism of Plant Cell Cultures (Proceedings in Life Sciences) (): Karl-Hermann Neumann: Books.

This book describes the state of research in the area of secondary metabolism in plant cell and tissue culture. Such cultures are a major tool in horticulture and agriculture, and in the chemical.

Summary: This book, derived from the meeting held by the International Association of Plant Cell and Tissue Culture in Sheffield in Julydescribes the state of research in the area of secondary metabolism in plant cell and tissue culture.

Such cultures. About this book At the end of the initial meeting on Primary and Secondary Metabolism of Plant Cell Cultures at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, it was decided to convene similar events on a regular basis midway between the International Congress for Plant Tissue and Cell Cul­ ture. Primary and Secondary Metabolism of Plant Cell Cultures.

Editors (view affiliations) The basic aim was to bring people working on "primary metabolism" and those who work on "secondary metabolism" to interact with each other, hopefully to induce some new approaches to utilize the cell culture.

Primary and Secondary Metabolism of Plant Cell Cultures. Part 1: Papers from a Symposium held in Rauischholzhausen, Germany in Editors: Neumann, Karl-Hermann, Barz, Wolfgang, Reinhard, Ernst.

At the end of the initial meeting on Primary and Secondary Metabolism of Plant Cell Cultures at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, it was decided to convene similar events on a regular basis midway between the International Congress for Plant Tissue and Cell.

Primary and secondary metabolism of plant cell cultures. This book covers the proceedings of a symposium held near Giessen, German Federal Republic in autumn on primary and secondary cell culture metabolism, the use of fermentation and cryopreservation.

Plant cell cultures represent a potential source of valuable secondary metabolites which can be used as food additives, nutraceuticals, and : Iryna Smetanska.

Primary and secondary metabolism of plant cell cultures II. This book comprises 36 papers presented at the symposium entitled "Regulation of Primary and Secondary Metabolism in Plant Cells" held at the Plant Biotechnology Institute.

Plant cell cultures are used extensively in studies of secondary metabolism, for the biosynthesis of pharmaceuticals, flavors, essences, and pigments. This book highlights recent developments in the in vitro growth of cultured plant cells and in the production of valuable secondary metabolites.

As already discussed in Chapter 2, plant cell cultures are the potential source for the production of high-value secondary metabolites.

The totipotent nature of culturing cells preserves their genetic information and is thus capable of producing a large number of biochemicals found in the parent plant.

Murthy HN, Lee EJ, Paek KY. Production of secondary metabolites from cell and organ cultures: strategies and approaches for biomass improvement and metabolite accumulation.

Plant Cell Cited by: Secondary metabolites are found expressed in various combinations in different parts of the plant (leaves, roots, shoots, bark), at different stages of growth (seedling, seed, plantlet, mature tree), under different environmental pressures (invasive microbes, herbivores.

Plant cell cultures are used extensively in studies of secondary metabolism, for the biosynthesis of pharmaceuticals, flavors, essences, and pigments. This book highlights recent developments in the in vitro growth of cultured plant cells and in the production of valuable secondary Some important milestones in the production of secondary metabolites by plant cell cultures are the production of shikonin and ginseng, and the most successful example of the scale-up process is probably the production of taxol by Phyton Biotech Company (Germany) to supply part of the demands of Bristol-Meyers Squibb Company Cited by: 6.

Secondary Product Formation in Suspension Cultures. Secondary Product Formation in Hairy Root Cultures. Plant Tissue Cultures as a Source of New Chemicals.

Biotransformations with Cultured Plant Cells. Metabolic Engineering of Secondary Pathways in Cultured Cells Cited by:   The cultures will indeed show (1) increased vigor (senescence- delaying effect triggered by Si), (2) higher division rate (increased stabilization by association of Si with the cell wall), (3) primed secondary metabolism.

Cell cultures Cited by:. in this book. Secondary metabolites also differ from primary metab - olites in having a restricted distribution within the plant kingdom. That is, certain secondary metabolites are only found in one plant species or related group of species, whereas primary metabolites are found throughout the plant kingdom.

Secondary metabolites File Size: 3MB.About this book Products of secondary metabolism from fermentation and cell culture are mainly pharmaceuticals, ranging from traditional antibacterials like beta-lactams, new generation compounds .The major functions of the secondary metabolites including antibiotics are: competitive weapons against other livings such as animals, plants, insects, and microorganisms.

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