Elicitor-Induced Accumulation of Acridone Alkaloid Epoxides in Ruta graveolens Suspension Cultures.

@article{Eilert1984ElicitorInducedAO,
  title={Elicitor-Induced Accumulation of Acridone Alkaloid Epoxides in Ruta graveolens Suspension Cultures.},
  author={Udo Eilert and Adelheid Ehmke and Bruno Wolters},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={1984},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={508-12}
}
Light and dark grown suspension cultures of RUTA GRAVEOLENS produced small amounts (1-50 microg/g dry weight) of the antimicrobial alkaloids rutacridone epoxide and hydroxyrutacridone epoxide. Acrid-one epoxide accumulation could be increased up to a 100 fold within 72 h by elicitation through addition of a suspension of either living free or immobilized yeasts, of dead RHODOTORULA RUBRA cells or crude cell wall fraction. Chitosan and alginate, exhibiting elicitor properties in other systems… CONTINUE READING
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