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Ethanol from cellulose: a general review.
INTRODUCTION The use of ethanol as an alternative motor fuel has been steadily increasing around the world for a number of reasons. Domestic production and use of ethanol for fuel can decrease…
Loquat: botany and horticulture
The Origins of Fruits, Fruit Growing, and Fruit Breeding
- J. Janick
- 22 June 2010
Developmental studies of Artemisia annua: flowering and artemisinin production under greenhouse and field conditions.
Artemisinin levels in all studies were found to be highest at anthesis, and Artemisinin content was 4- to 11-fold higher in inflorescences than in leaves.
A History of Grafting
The role of grafting in human history is described, and important ways the rootstock (root system) influences the scion (shoot system) and vice versa are described.
Roots as an enhancing factor for the production of artemisinin in shoot cultures of Artemisia annua
The growth regulators benzyladenine, kinetin, chlormequat, and daminozide, at concentrations which severely reduced rooting, reduced artemisinin production and was undetected in callus or cell cultures.