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1975). 2. Plant Virus Inhibitors The phenomenon that extracts from some higher plants inhibit viral infection has been recognized by several researchers. , 1974, 1975, 1976) determined antivirus activity in various callus extracts because there is no useful antivirus substance for practical application. As a result, we found that callus tissue of Phytolacca americana, Vinca rosea, Rauwolfia serpentian etc. had potent inhibitory activity against tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) infection. 21 The callus of P.

The concentration of alkaloids formed in the cell cultures, on a dry weight basis, was, however, much less than in the differentiated plant. It appears then, that C. roseus is another case where dedifferentiation to the state 31 of a cell culture is also accompanied by a more or less complete loss of the biosynthetic capacity for the formation of secondary plant products (32). In order to check this hypothesis and to attempt the development of a cell suspension culture of C. roseus yielding substantial amounts of alkaloids, we adopted the following strategy: 1.

2 mg/l), sucrose, NH4N03, coconut milk, yeast extract, metal ions and sea water. 3 times in 20 days. 0), heated for 15 min and filtered. By lyophilization of the filtrate, 75 g of agar was obtained. With callus tissues of G. confervoides, G. subcostatum and other algae, agar was produced in the same way. The growth rate of some algae callus was higher than that of G. amansii. V. Tobacco As described in detail by Noguchi in another chapter, the Japan Tobacco Public Corp. has worked on the production of tobacco by plant cell cultures.

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