Apocynaceae Noyon-tara Leaf, root roseus (L.
roseus respond to oxygen limitation: Small-scale tests with applications to large-scale cultures.
2] recorded at the Catharanthus
roseus an interesting result with an average induction of eight shoots per explant after 3 weeks of culture.
In the area of natural products, Catharanthus
roseus is an unavoidable species.
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.
First, there are the related compounds, vincristine and vinblastine, discovered in 1950s in the Madagascar periwinkle, Catharanthus
In vitro studies on Egyptian Catharanthus
They include Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon), Calendula officinalis (Marigold), Catharanthus
roseus (Madagascar Periwinkle), Celosia cultivars, Leucanthemum maximum (Shasta Daisy), Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William), Geranium species, Gomphrena (Purple Gomphrena), Mirabilis jalapa (Four o'Clock), Narcissus hybrids (Daffodil), Tagetes (African and French Marigold) Verbena cultivars and Zinnia angustifolia.
It was also suggested that a small amount of rice husk charcoal could increase the growth of Catharanthus
roseus, but the browning of leaves appeared with excessive application because of the higher concentrations of potassium and higher pH level in rice husk charcoal than wood charcoal (Komaki et al.
Soil applied propiconazole alleviates the impact of salinity on Catharanthus
roseus by improving antioxidant status.
Activities of enzymes involved in indole alkaloid biosynthesis in suspension cultures of Catharanthus
, Cinchoma and Tabernaemontana species.
ZINNIA ELEGANS AND VINCA CATHARANTHUS
ROSEUS GROWN IN 288 PLUG