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Effect of some nutritional factors on monoterpene synthesis in Rosmarinus officinalis cultured in vitro

Effect of some nutritional factors on monoterpene synthesis in Rosmarinus officinalis cultured in vitro

Acta Horticulturae ( 319): 189-194

Shoot tips and leaf segments were cultured on callus-inducing MS with 4 levels of sucrose (10, 20, 30 or 40 g/litre). Maximum beta -pinene levels were obtained with 19 g sucrose/litre while borneol levels decreased at the highest sucrose concentration. Culture on medium with 6 levels of Ca2+ (0.99-5.99 mmol/litre) produced a dark green compact callus with the lower levels but a light green friable callus with the higher levels.

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