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Title: Expression Analysis of Key Genes For Medicinal Compounds Production and Biosynthesis In Tissue Cultures of Rhodiola Imbricata
Authors: Khanna, Chetansee
Sood, Hemant [Guided by]
Keywords: Medicinal compounds production
Tissue cultures
Rhodiola imbricata
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: The The stone product family, Crassulaceae involves more than fourteen thousand species that are spread in thirty three classes which also comprises of Rhodiola and is regularly disseminated overall particularly in the Northern Side of the equator and South Africa. The depictions, circulation and gathering destinations of the different types of the family are accessible in various written works (1). This specific family develop in depleted lands at an elevation of twenty seven hundrem meters to five thousand meters and have existing from ages, to have monstrous restorative prospectives. This plant, which comprises of almost ninety species, are broadly circulated in elevated height cool abandon locale of the Northern Half of the globe. Numerous Rhodiola species have been utilized as a part of conventional medications for the treatment of long haul ailment and shortcoming because of contamination in Tibet and different areas for more than 1000 years (2). India itself comprises of 6 types of Rhodiola are there, to be specific R. heterodonta, R. imbricata, R. quadrifida, R. sinuate, R. tibetica, and R. wallichiana (3). Rhodiola imbricata Edgew already known as Sedum roseum. It is a succulent perpetual herb privately known as rose root because of the rose-like smell (scent) of the new cut rootstock (4). Some of the used parts are roots as well as rhizomes which have properties like frost tolerancy, restorative properties and many adaptogenic characterstics (5).
Description: Dual Degree
Appears in Collections:Dissertations (M.Tech.)

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