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Use of plant cells and organ culture in the production of biological chemicals



Use of plant cells and organ culture in the production of biological chemicals



Biotechnology in agricultural chemistry, a symposium held at the 190th meeting of the American Chemical Society, 8-13 September 1985, Chicago, Illinois, USA (334): 66-86



Plant cell and organ cultures have been established for numerous species of higher plants, and may become in the future a commercial source for a variety of natural products (drugs, pesticides, flavours and fragrances). A major obstacle to the exploitation of the industrial potential of plant cell cultures is our limited knowledge of secondary metabolism and its regulation. Recently developed systems may contribute to our understanding of the underlying regulatory mechanisms.

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