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Biotechnology for medicinal plants [electronic resource] : micropropagation and improvement /

Suman Chandra, Hemant Lata, Ajit Varma, editor.

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Names: Chandra, Suman. | Lata, Hemant. | Varma, A.
Published: Berlin ; Springer, c2013.
Topics: Plants, Medicinal. | Bioengineering - methods. | Metabolomics - methods. | Plant Cells. | Plant biotechnology. | Medicinal plants - Biotechnology. | HEALTH & FITNESS / Herbal Medications
Genres: Electronic books.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tDownstream Processes for Plant Cell and Tissue Culture /|rOzlem Yesil-Celiktas and Fazilet Vardar-Sukan --|tAgrobacterium rhizogenes-Mediated Transformation in Medicinal Plants: Prospects and Challenges /|rDipasree Roychowdhury, Anrini Majumder and Sumita Jha --|tScutellaria: Biotechnology, Phytochemistry and Its Potential as a Commercial Medicinal Crop /|rN. Joshee, A. Tascan, F. Medina-Bolivar, P. Parajuli and A. M. Rimando, et al. --|tMicrobial Endophytes: Progress and Challenges /|rDnyaneshwar Rathod, Mudasir Dar, Aniket Gade, Ravi B. Shrivastava and Mahendra Rai, et al. --|tThe Role of Biotechnology in Cannabissativa Propagation for the Production of Phytocannabinoids /|rSuman Chandra, Hemant Lata, Ikhlas A. Khan and Mahmoud A. ElSohly --|tEpilobium Sp. (Willow Herb): Micropropagation and Production of Secondary Metabolites /|rDeliu Constantin, Ana Coste and Tămaş Mircea --
505 80|tPhotoelicitation of Bioactive Secondary Metabolites by Ultraviolet Radiation: Mechanisms, Strategies, and Applications /|rHélio Nitta Matsuura, Fernanda de Costa, Anna Carolina Alves Yendo and Arthur Germano Fett-Neto --|tAdvances in Microspore Culture Technology: A Biotechnological Tool for the Improvement of Medicinal Plants /|rAlison M. R. Ferrie --|tImplications of Cellular Heterogeneity on Plant Cell Culture Performance /|rRohan A. Patil and Susan C. Roberts --|tBiosynthetic Potential of Hairy Roots for Production of New Natural Products /|rYuriy Sheludko and Iryna Gerasymenko --|tMolecular Biology and Biotechnology of Quinolizidine Alkaloid Biosynthesis in Leguminosae Plants /|rSomnuk Bunsupa, Kazuki Saito and Mami Yamazaki --|tMetabolomics in Medicinal Plant Research /|rKandan Aravindaram and Ning-Sun Yang --|tAntioxidants in Medicinal Plants /|rIndra D. Bhatt, Sandeep Rawat and Ranbeer S. Rawal --
505 80|tMetabolic Engineering and Synthetic Biology for the Production of Isoquinoline Alkaloids /|rYit-Lai Chow and Fumihiko Sato --|tJasmonate-Responsive Transcription Factors: New Tools for Metabolic Engineering and Gene Discovery /|rTsubasa Shoji and Takashi Hashimoto --|tMetabolic Engineering of Plant Cellular Metabolism: Methodologies, Advances, and Future Directions /|rRafael Zárate, Nabil el Jaber-Vazdekis and Robert Verpoorte --|tUse of Metabolomics and Transcriptomics to Gain Insights into the Regulation and Biosynthesis of Medicinal Compounds: Hypericum as a Model /|rMatthew C. Crispin and Eve Syrkin Wurtele --|tMultivariate Analysis of Analytical Chemistry Data and Utility of the KNApSAcK Family Database to Understand Metabolic Diversity in Medicinal Plants /|rTaketo Okada, Farit Mochamad Afendi, Akira Katoh, Aki Hirai and Shigehiko Kanaya --|tGenomic and Transcriptomic Profiling: Tools for the Quality Production of Plant-Based Medicines /|rNikolaus J. Sucher, James R. Hennell and Maria C. Carles.
520 |aPlant-based medicines play an important role in all cultures, and have been indispensable in maintaining health and combating diseases. The identification of active principles and their molecular targets from traditional medicine provides an enormous opportunity for drug development. Using modern biotechnology, plants with specific chemical compositions can be mass propagated and genetically improved for the extraction of bulk active pharmaceuticals. Although there has been significant progress in the use of biotechnology, using tissue cultures and genetic transformation to investigate and alter pathways for the biosynthesis of target metabolites, there are many challenges involved in bringing plants from the laboratory to successful commercial cultivation. This book presents the latest advances in the development of medicinal drugs, including topics such as plant tissue cultures, secondary metabolite production, metabolomics, metabolic engineering, bioinformatics and future biotechnological directions.
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