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- Grigoriadou, K.; Trikka, F. A.; Tsoktouridis, G.; Krigas, N.; Sarropoulou, V.; Papanastasi, K.; Maloupa, E.; Makris, A. M.
- In vitro cellular & developmental biology 2020 v.56 no.1 pp. 51-59
- Salvia sclarea; acclimation; acetates; apical meristems; benzyladenine; biotypes; culture media; essential oils; food industry; germacrene; gibberellic acid; greenhouses; indole butyric acid; inflorescences; micropropagation; naphthaleneacetic acid; perfumes; pharmaceutical industry; rooting; secondary metabolites; seedlings; seeds; shoots; Bulgaria; Greece
- ... Salvia sclarea L. is valuable for its essential oils and other perfumery products used in the food and pharmaceutical industries. The aim of this study was to develop a rapid micropropagation protocol and cultivate S. sclarea in northern Greece for essential oil and sclareol production. The initial plant material used was S. sclarea seeds (biotype SC1) collected from a local population in Bulgaria ...
- Bogdanova, Yuliyana; Stoeva, Tatyana; Yanev, Stanislav; Pandova, Bozhidarka; Molle, Emil; Burrus, Monique; Stanilova, Marina
- In vitro cellular & developmental biology 2009 v.45 no.4 pp. 458-465
- Leucojum aestivum; biosynthesis; bulbs; clones; industry; lycorine; raw materials; shoots; summer; Bulgaria
- ... The investigation deals with in vitro clonal propagation of L. aestivum L. (summer snowflake), a threatened Amaryllidaceae plant species in Bulgaria used in the pharmaceutical industry as raw material for production of galanthamine-based medicines. Plants of known origin and with different alkaloid profile were taken from the living collection of the Institute of Botany, Sofia. Bulbs were used to ...
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