Trichome dynamics and artemisinin accumulation during development and senescence of Artemisia annua leaves.

@article{Lommen2006TrichomeDA,
  title={Trichome dynamics and artemisinin accumulation during development and senescence of Artemisia annua leaves.},
  author={W. Lommen and E. Schenk and H. Bouwmeester and F. Verstappen},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={2006},
  volume={72 4},
  pages={
          336-45
        }
}
Artemisinin is a sesquiterpene lactone endoperoxide and an important antimalarial drug produced in Artemisia annua. To unravel the diverse processes determining artemisinin yield in A. annua crops, artemisinin accumulation during the development of individual leaves was studied in two field experiments. During the life cycle of a leaf, artemisinin was always present. Quantities were low at leaf appearance and increased steadily. In leaves studied until after senescence, maximum quantities and… Expand
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