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Antioxidant Profiling of Fungal Endophytes Isolated from a Critically Endangered Endemic Medicinal Plant , Artemisia amygdalina Decne . of Kashmir Himalayas

@inproceedings{Nisa2018AntioxidantPO,
  title={Antioxidant Profiling of Fungal Endophytes Isolated from a Critically Endangered Endemic Medicinal Plant , Artemisia amygdalina Decne . of Kashmir Himalayas},
  author={Humeera Nisa and A. Kamili and I. A. Nawchoo and R. Dar},
  year={2018}
}
Micro-organisms living within a plant that causes asymptomatic infections entirely within the plant tissues are called as “endophytes.” These can be bacteria as well as fungi and can be isolated from different parts of plants. They have been observed to be saprophytic and are cultivable on agar. Medicinal plants had been used to isolate and characterize directly the bioactive metabolites. However, the discovery of fungal endophytes inside these plants with capacity to produce the same compounds… Expand

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