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Kinetin Induced Changes in Rutin content in Knautia sarajevensis (G. Beck) Szabó Shoot Cultures

@inproceedings{Karalija2014KinetinIC,
  title={Kinetin Induced Changes in Rutin content in Knautia sarajevensis (G. Beck) Szab{\'o} Shoot Cultures},
  author={Erna Karalija},
  year={2014}
}
Knautia sarajevensis, Dipsacaceae, is an endemic species found at wood margins and meadows only on mountains of Dinaric Alps. Members of this family are widely used in traditional medicine as rich sources of pharmacologically important substances. Since it is well known that flavonoid compounds are one of the main carriers of biological activities of plant extracts, the aim of this study was to investigate cytokinin effects in concentration changes of flavonoid constituents. Presence of four… 
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