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FLAVONOIDS FROM SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS IN VIVO AND IN VITRO

@inproceedings{Talreja2012FLAVONOIDSFS,
  title={FLAVONOIDS FROM SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS IN VIVO AND IN VITRO},
  author={Tamanna Talreja and Lalita Yadav and K. Sharma and A. Goswami},
  year={2012}
}
  • Tamanna Talreja, Lalita Yadav, +1 author A. Goswami
  • Published 2012
  • Biology
  • Unorganized cultures of medicinally useful plants Aegle marmelos, Cocculus pendulus, Moringa oleifera and Tinospora cordifolia were established on MS medium supplemented with suitable combinations and concentrations of growth regulators, using seeds as explant in the case of A. marmelos and M. oleifera, nodal explant in C. pendulus and inflorescence explant in T. cordifolia. Plant parts as well as calli of all selected plant species were analyzed for antimicrobial principle. TLC… CONTINUE READING
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