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1. Biotechnol Adv. 1995;13(3):425-53. Plant cell and tissue culture: alternatives for metabolite production. DiCosmo F(1), Misawa M. Author information: (1)Department of Botany, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada. Plant cell culture systems represent a potential renewable source of valuable medicinals, flavours, essences and colourants that cannot be produced

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Plant cell culture systems represent a potential renewable source of valuable medicinals, flavours, essences and colourants that cannot be produced by microbial cells or chemical syntheses. However, only a few cultures produce these compounds in commercially useful amounts. The low productivities ar

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Jan 01, 1995  Printed in Great Britai~ All rishts reserved 0734-9750/95 $29.00 + .00 0734-9750(95)02005-N PLANT CELL AND TISSUE CULTURE: ALTERNATIVES FOR METABOLITE PRODUCTION FRANK DICOSMO12 and MASANARU MISAWA2'3 1Department of Botany and ZlnJtitute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada MSS 3B2 JBIO

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PLANT TISSUE CULTURE: AN ALTERNATIVE FOR PRODUCTION OF USEFUL METABOLITE Table of Contents. by ... 6.1.3. High Cell Density Culture 6.1.4. Absorption of Products 6.2 Selection of High-Producing Strains ... 7.2.1 Plant Virus Inhibitors 7.3 Food Additives

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As alternative ways, plant tissue and cell cultures as well as chemical transformation processes from baccatin extracted from needles of the plant (212) and the total chemical syntheses (213) have been investigated in many research groups.

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Plant Tissue Culture:an alternative for production of ...

PLANT TISSUE CULTURE: AN ALTERNATIVE FOR PRODUCTION OF USEFUL METABOLITE Table of Contents. by ... 6.1.3. High Cell Density Culture 6.1.4. Absorption of Products 6.2 Selection of High-Producing Strains ... 7.2.1 Plant Virus Inhibitors 7.3

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(PDF) Plant Cell Cultures - An Alternative and Efficient ...

Large-scale plant tissue culture is found to be photosynthetic capacity, and during acclimatization there is a need an attractive alternative approach to the traditional methods of for rapid transition from the heterotrophic to the photoautotrophic plantations, as it offers a controlled supply of biochemicals state for survival (Preece and ...

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PLANT TISSUE CULTURE - THE ALTERNATIVE AND

In vitro cultivation of plant cells in a bioreactor offers a controlled supply of secondary metabolites with consistent quality and yield independent of external factors (Fowler, 1985). Plant tissue culture refers to in vitro cultivation of any plant segment, whether a single cell, a tissue or an organ.

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Plant Cell Culture Systems for the Production of Secondary ...

Plant cell and tissue culture has the potential to overcome many of these barriers and they also offer an attractive alternative for the production of high-value secondary metabolites. Plant cells are biosynthetically totipotent which means plant cells in culture retain their complete genetic

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(PDF) PLANT TISSUE CULTURE METHODS IN SECONDARY METABOLITE ...

The use of plant tissue culture has been proposed as an alternative to conventional agriculture for the production of secondary metabolites due to the possibility of controlling the quality and ...

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Production of Plant Secondary Metabolites by Using ...

Sep 05, 2018  Plants are a remarkable source of high-value secondary metabolites with applications in various domains. Plant cell and tissue culture techniques appear as environmentally friendly alternatives for the production of secondary metabolites when natural supply is limited or chemical synthesis is unviable. In this chapter, the main advantages of using plant cell and tissue culture

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Cell Culture for Production of Secondary Metabolites ...

Alternatives to collecting wild plants and growing plantations are the result of new technology, in particular, the development of plant tissue and cell culture. The in vitro mode of production, however, has yet to prove its profitability and may in future be surpassed by medicinal and industrial plants improved by plant breeding and genetic ...

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Frontiers Plant in vitro Culture Technologies; A Promise ...

Mar 12, 2021  Therefore, plant biotechnology provides a better alternative in the form of in vitro culture technology, including plant cell cultures, adventitious roots cultures, and organ and tissue cultures. In vitro cultures can serve as factories of secondary metabolites/phyto...

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Plants Special Issue : Plant Tissue Culture and ...

Dear Colleagues, The journal Plants will be publishing a Special Issue on Plant tissue culture and secondary metabolites production.. Plant cell tissue and organ culture is an irreplaceable fundamental technique, supplementary to conventional plant breeding, for optimized large-scale clonal propagation, germplasm conservation, somatic embryogenesis and plantlets disease elimination.

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An Introduction to Plant Tissue Culture: Advances and ...

Additionally, plant cell and organ cultures are of interest for the production of secondary metabolites of industrial and pharmaceutical interest. New technologies, such as the genome editing ones combined with tissue culture and Agrobacterium tumefaciens infection, are currently promising alternatives for the highly specific genetic ...

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Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) Tissue Culture ...

cell cultures (Loskutov et al. 1999; Chen et al. 2003). Both the techniques have the capabilities for commercialization. In this review, the term metabolite refers to metabolites of saffron stigmas namely crocin, picrocrocin, crocetin and safranal, if not mentioned otherwise. Research of saffron tissue culture has been reviewed by

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Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC) Home

Aug 24, 2021  This journal highlights the myriad breakthrough technologies and discoveries in plant biology and biotechnology. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC: Journal of Plant Biotechnology) details high-throughput analysis of gene function and expression, gene silencing and overexpression analyses, RNAi, siRNA, and miRNA studies, and much more. It examines the

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Therapeutic Agents from Tissue Cultures of Medicinal Plants

Plant tissue culture Plant in vitro techniques, in which plant ls, tissues and organs cel are cultivated under aseptic conditions totally independent of geographical and climatic factors, offers alternatives for producing Table 1: Bioactive secondary metabolites from plant tissue cultures. Secondary metabolite Plant

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Plant tissue culture is

Plant tissue culture relies on the fact that many plant cells have the ability to regenerate a whole plant (totipotency). Single cells, plant cells without cell walls (protoplasts), pieces of leaves, stems or roots can often be used to generate a new plant on culture media given the required nutrients and plant

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(PDF) Plant Cell Cultures - An Alternative and Efficient ...

Large-scale plant tissue culture is found to be photosynthetic capacity, and during acclimatization there is a need an attractive alternative approach to the traditional methods of for rapid transition from the heterotrophic to the photoautotrophic plantations, as it offers a controlled supply of biochemicals state for survival (Preece and ...

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PLANT TISSUE CULTURE - THE ALTERNATIVE AND

In vitro cultivation of plant cells in a bioreactor offers a controlled supply of secondary metabolites with consistent quality and yield independent of external factors (Fowler, 1985). Plant tissue culture refers to in vitro cultivation of any plant segment, whether a single cell, a tissue or an organ.

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An Introduction to Plant Tissue Culture: Advances and ...

Additionally, plant cell and organ cultures are of interest for the production of secondary metabolites of industrial and pharmaceutical interest. New technologies, such as the genome editing ones combined with tissue culture and Agrobacterium tumefaciens infection, are currently promising alternatives for the highly specific genetic ...

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Plant Cell Culture Systems for the Production of Secondary ...

Plant cell and tissue culture has the potential to overcome many of these barriers and they also offer an attractive alternative for the production of high-value secondary metabolites. Plant cells are biosynthetically totipotent which means plant cells in culture retain their complete genetic

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Plant Cell and Tissue Culture as a Source of Secondary ...

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture as a Source of Secondary Metabolites. Pp. 3-20 (18) DOI: 10.2174/978160805114411201010003 Author(s): Rodríguez-Sahagún A., Del Toro-Sánchez C.L., Gutierrez-Lomelí M., Abstract. Plants are an important source of secondary metabolites that have been used throughout history as drugs, pesticides, pigments, flavors and fragrances.

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Studies on the production of some important secondary ...

specifically, plant tissue cultures, are found to have po-tential as a supplement to traditional agriculture in the in-dustrial production of bioactive plant metabolites (Ramachandra Rao and Ravishankar, 2002). Cell suspension culture systems could be used for large scale culturing of plant cells from which secondary metabolites could be extracted.

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Low cost options for tissue culture technology in ...

The large scale commercial propagation of plant material based on plant tissue culture was pioneered in the USA. During the last thirty years, tissue culture-based plant propagation has emerged as one of the leading global agro-technologies. Between 1986 and 1993, the worldwide production of tissue cultured plants increased 50%.

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A review on trends in production of secondary metabolites ...

metabolites from higher plants by in vitro tissue, organ and cell cultures S. Karuppusamy Department of Botany, The Madura College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu – 625 011, India. E-mail: [email protected] Accepted 15 December, 2009 Plant cell and tissue cultures can be established routinely under sterile conditions from explants, such

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Plant Tissue Culture

Plant tissue and cell culture describes the sterile growth and multiplication of plant cells, tissues, and organs in vitro.Plant cells cultured with nutrient media in an artificial environment can be clonally propagated at scale, to more quickly produce mature and disease-free plants.

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Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) Tissue Culture ...

cell cultures (Loskutov et al. 1999; Chen et al. 2003). Both the techniques have the capabilities for commercialization. In this review, the term metabolite refers to metabolites of saffron stigmas namely crocin, picrocrocin, crocetin and safranal, if not mentioned otherwise. Research of saffron tissue culture has been reviewed by

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Production of secondary metabolites using plant cell cultures.

Plant cell cultures represent a potential source of valuable secondary metabolites which can be used as food additives, nutraceuticals, and pharmaceuticals. The synthesis of phytochemicals by the cell cultures in contrast to these in plants is independent of environmental conditions and quality fluctuations.

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Plant Culture Reagents - sigmaaldrich

Plant Growth Regulators. Plant growth regulators can support cell growth and induce metabolic pathways in plant cell and tissue culture protocols. Plant growth regulators include auxins, cytokinins, and zeatin. Our plant hormone collection includes abscisic, jasmonic, and gibberellic acid. Herbicides validated for plant cell culture include ...

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Plant Cell and Tissue Culture for the Production of Food ...

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture provides an alternative method for controlled production of these products. A wide range of food ingredients has been shown to be pro­ duced in culture. Much progress has been made in advancing this technology to the point that

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(PDF) PRODUCTION OF SECONDARY METABOLITES Ariel Bello ...

Recent technologies can provide continous, reliable source of plant pharmaceuticals and could be used for the large-scale culture of plant cells from which these metabollites can be extracted. Problems The current yield and productivity cannot fulfill the commercial goal of plant cell-based bioprocess for the production of most secondary ...

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