Recent Advancements on Callus and Cell Suspension Cultures: An Effectual Reserve for the Production of Pharmaceutically Significant Metabolites

Alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, volatile oils, tannins, resins, and other phytopharmaceuticals are examples of secondary metabolites of pharmaceutical significance. Because their chemical synthesis is either extremely difficult or economically impractical, the majority of these secondary metabolites are currently isolated from wild

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Plant Regeneration in Indian Mustard [Brassica juncea (Linn.) Czern & Coss]: Experimental Investigation

Brassica juncea is an important mustard species that is farmed in India for edible oil. Using mature cotyledons and seeds as explants and embryogenic cell suspension cultures obtained from embryogenic friable calli, the current study establishes an efficient and repeatable

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Coryphantha macromeris Cell Suspension Cultures: Phytochemical Profiling and Agitation Velocity Effect on Cell Morphology and Viability

For the generation of active plant metabolites, cell suspension cultures are a viable option. The agitation velocity is one of the most important factors in achieving high cell viability and metabolite yields. The effect of agitation velocity on cell viability

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