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Effect of jasmonic acid and aluminium on production of tropane alkaloids in hairy root cultures of Brugmansia candida


Effect of jasmonic acid and aluminium on production of tropane alkaloids in hairy root cultures of Brugmansia candida



EJB, Electronic Journal of Biotechnology 3(1): 1-5



Hairy root cultures of Brugmansia candida (Solanaceae), a South American plant which produces scopolamine and hyoscyamine, were exposed to different elicitors (jasmonic acid (JA) and aluminum chloride (AlCl3)) in order to increase their productivity and/or stimulate their liberation. Hairy roots of 19-day old cultures (exponential phase) were exposed to these elicitors for 24 and 48 hours. The effects on alkaloid accumulation and release into the medium were evaluated.

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