Cannabinoids production in Cannabis sativa L.: An in vitro approach

@inproceedings{Farag2014CannabinoidsPI,
  title={Cannabinoids production in Cannabis sativa L.: An in vitro approach},
  author={Sayed Farag},
  year={2014}
}
iii I. Abstract Cannabis sativa L. (Cannabaceae) is the oldest known medicinal plant. For millennia, the plant has also been used for fibre and oil production.The most prominent feature of C. sativa is the psychoactive effect ascribed to its secondary metabolites, cannabinoids (mainly to tetrahydrocannabinol, THC). However, many other pharmacological properties of the aforementioned specialized compounds have been described. Currently, the demand for THC for various medical applications is… CONTINUE READING

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