Plant Diversity ›› 1985, Vol. 7 ›› Issue (02): 1-3.
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Zhehg Guangzhi, He Jingbo and Wang Shiling
When the suspension cultures of Anisodus acutangulus were sup-plemented with precursors of either phenylalanine, ornithine or hyocyamine, phenylalanine was found to be most effective in promoting both the cell growth and its conversion to scopolamine. The growth rate of the cultures adding phenylalanine as precursor was 50.2% higher than that without phenylalanine and the ratio of conyersion was 4.0%.
Zhehg Guangzhi, He Jingbo and Wang Shiling. BIOTRANSFORMATION OF PHENYLALANINE, ORNITHINE AND HYOSCYAMINE TO SCOPOLAMINE IN THE SUSPENSION CULTURE OF ANISODUS ACUTANGULUS CELLS[J]. Plant Diversity, 1985, 7(02): 1-3.
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