18] Parsons CWT, Erturk S & Tengtrakool J (2004) Enhancement of amjalicine production in Catharanthus roseus
cell cultures with methyl jasmonate is dependent on timing and dosage of elicitation.
Breakdown of indole alkaloids in suspension cultures of Tabernaemontana divaricata and Catharanthus roseus
ZINNIA ELEGANS AND VINCA CATHARANTHUS ROSEUS
GROWN IN 288 PLUG
The collection includes catharanthus roseus
- a plant which is the only source of two drugs used in the treatment of several cancers - aloe vera, apple, banana, foxglove, mint, olive, orange, pineapple, evening primrose, strawberry, sunflower, cocoa, coffee, ginger, ginkgo, ginseng, grape, tea and yew.
Now recognized as Catharanthus roseus
, it has been found to contain alkaloids beneficial in treating cancer.
Nicotiana tabacum (tobacco) were developed expressing protease inhibitors from Manduca sexta or the enzyme tryptophan decarboxylase from Catharanthus roseus
, the Madagascar periwinkle, is a popular house and conservatory plant growing to about 2 ft.
At the other extreme, low-frequency matches, such as Catharanthus roseus
or Madagascar periwinkle, have very recent pharmaceutical value as a potential cancer drug and thus there are fewer sequences in the database for C.
Isolation, purification and characterization of vinblastine and vincristine from endophytic fungus Fusarium oxysporum isolated from Catharanthus roseus
Alterations in morphological parameters and photosynthetic pigment responses of Catharanthus roseus
under soil water deficits.
Hypoglycemic effect of Catharanthus roseus
in normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
Drug Medical Use Plant Species Aspirin Analgesic, inflammation Filipendula ulmaria Atropine Ophthalmology Atropo belladonna Camphor Rheumatic pain Cinnamomum camphora Morphine Analgesic Papaver somniferum Quinine Malaria prophylaxis Cinchona pubescens Reserpine Hypertension Rauvolfia serpentina Vinblastine Hodgkin's disease Catharanthus roseus
Drug Family Aspirin Rosaceae Atropine Solanaceae Camphor Lauraceae Morphine Papaveraceae Quinine Rubiaceae Reserpine Apocynaceae Vinblastine Apocynaceae Table 2.
10:00 ROOT AND FOLIAR RESPONSES OF MARIGOLD TAGETES PATULA, ZINNIA ZINNIA ELEGANS AND VINCA CATHARANTHUS ROSEUS
GROWN IN 288 PLUG TRAYS COATED WITH ZINC CHLORIDE COMPOUNDS.
Similar effects of mercury(II) species were seen on cell suspension cultures of Catharanthus roseus
(Zhu & Cullen, 1994).
Preliminary study on the isolation of endophytic fungus of Catharanthus roseus
and its fermentation to produce products of therapeutic value.