Methyl jasmonate and miconazole differently affect arteminisin production and gene expression in Artemisia annua suspension cultures.

@article{Caretto2011MethylJA,
  title={Methyl jasmonate and miconazole differently affect arteminisin production and gene expression in Artemisia annua suspension cultures.},
  author={Sofia Caretto and Angela Quarta and Miriana Durante and Rossella Nisi and Angelo De Paolis and Federica Blando and Giovanni Mita},
  journal={Plant biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={51-8}
}
Artemisia annua L. is a herb traditionally used for treatment of fevers. The glandular trichomes of this plant accumulate, although at low levels, artemisinin, which is highly effective against malaria. Due to the great importance of this compound, many efforts have been made to improve knowledge on artemisinin production both in plants and in cell cultures. In this study, A. annua suspension cultures were established in order to investigate the effects of methyl jasmonate (MeJA) and miconazole… CONTINUE READING
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