Effects of macronutrients on growth and rosmarinic acid formation in cell suspension cultures of Anchusa officinalis

@article{DeEknamkul2004EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of macronutrients on growth and rosmarinic acid formation in cell suspension cultures of Anchusa officinalis},
  author={W. De-Eknamkul and B. Ellis},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={46-49}
}
The influence of various macronutrients on growth and RA formation in cell suspension cultures of Anchusa officinalis has been investigated. Factors tested included sucrose concentration, alternate carbon sources, nitrate, phosphate and calcium concentration. The optimum concentration of sucrose was 3%. Fructose, glucose or their 1:1 mixture were also suitable carbon sources. The optimum concentrations of nitrate (15 mM), phosphate (3 mM) and calcium (0.25 mM) were, respectively, 3/5, 3x, and 1… Expand
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