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Efficiency of direct and indirect shoot organogenesis, molecular profiling, secondary metabolite production and antioxidant activity of micropropagated Ceropegiasantapaui
Ceropegias has acquired significant importance due to their medicinal properties, edible tubers, and its ornamental flowers. The aim of this study was to optimize direct shoot organogenesis (DSO),Expand
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Total phenolics, flavonoids and antioxidant activity of Saptarangi (Salacia chinensis L.) fruit pulp
Salacia chinensis L. has various beneficial properties including antidiabetic and antioxidant activity. The S. chinensis fruit pulp (SCFP) was extracted with four different solvents (Methanol,Expand
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Total phenolics, flavonoids and antioxidant properties of three Ceropegia species from Western Ghats of India
Abstract The aim of present work was to assess the total phenolic content (TPC), total flavonoid content (TFC), phenolic compounds and antioxidant properties of various extracts of three CeropegiaExpand
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Extraction efficiency, phytochemical profiles and antioxidative properties of different parts of Saptarangi (Salacia chinensis L.) – An important underutilized plant
The study aimed to evaluate extraction efficiency, detection and quantification of phytochemicals, minerals and antioxidative capacity of different parts of Salacia chinensis L. Continuous shakingExpand
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Highly efficient in vitro proliferation and genetic stability analysis of micropropagated Ceropegiaevansii by RAPD and ISSR markers: A critically endangered plant of Western Ghats
Ceropegiaevansii McCann (family: Asclepiadaceae), a critically endangered plant of Western Ghats has acquired significant importance due to its medicinal implications, edible tubers, and ornamentalExpand
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High multiplication frequency and genetic stability analysis of Ceropegia panchganiensis, a threatened ornamental plant of Western Ghats: Conservation implications
Abstract The aim of the present study was to develop a protocol for in vitro propagation and genetic stability analysis of Ceropegia panchganiensis Blatter and McCann, a threatened ornamental plantExpand
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Molecular Authentication of Medicinal Plant, Swertiachirayita and its Adulterant Species
Swertia is ethno-medicinally an important genus belonging to family Gentianaceae. Swertiachirayita is used as imperative medicinal plant in Indian system of medicine. However, this species has beenExpand
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Micropropagation and in vitro flowering of endemic and endangered plant Ceropegia attenuata Hook
Factors affecting in vitro propagation were evaluated for Ceropegia attenuata Hook., an endemic and endangered plant having ornamental potential but a limited reproductive capacity. Rapid shootExpand
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An efficient in vitro regeneration of Ceropegia noorjahaniae: an endemic and critically endangered medicinal herb of the Western Ghats
An efficient protocol was developed for the rapid in vitro multiplication of an endemic and critically endangered medicinal herb, Ceropegia noorjahaniae Ans., via enhanced axillary bud proliferationExpand
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