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Even though these reactions could not be localized in certain cellular components of callus cells, it is important that non-differentiated cells retained their ability to synthesize and accumulate secondary metabolites of pharmaceutical value terpenes, steroids, alkaloids.
Glandular trichomes of Calceolaria adscendens Lidl. One species among these is Inula viscosa L. Scale bar in Fig.
The carrier gas was helium at flow rate of 0. Sign In or Create an Account. Phenolics are abundant mainly in palisade cells.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. The percentage compositions of the extracts are based on peak areas obtained without FID flame ionization detector factor correction.
Figs 7, 9, 11 demonstrate positive reactions in glandular hair. One adage says that: Flavonoids of Inula brittanica protect cultured cortical cells from necrotic cell death induced by glutamate. Pharmacological screening of the anti-ulcerogenic effects of some Jordanian medicinal plants in rats.
Retrieved 18 January Original light micrographs were recorded: The preservation of cellular ultrastructure and enzymatic activity by aldehyde fixation. Arrows indicate compounds present in the leaf yet giving no visible sign in the callus.
Three cells of the latter, the terminal cell being much longer than the other two and pointed, comprise the long part of the hair Fig. Effect of Inula viscosa extract on chitin synthesis in dermatophytes and Candida albicans. All palisade-parenchyma cells possess vacuolar inclusions. Free hand sections of fresh leaf tissue ft were stained with traditional reagents: Flavonoids, the compounds responsible for the antioxidant effects of I. Scanning electron micrographs from the leaf of Inula viscosa.
Stomatal complexes of the anomocytic type Figs 2, 3lying above well-developed substomatal chambers of the mesophyll white arrow in Fig.
Control of Plant Diseases by Extracts of Inula viscosa.
Utetheisa pulchella on Dittrichia viscosa. Leaves of Inula viscosa have been used in medicine from ancient times. Seasonal dimorphism of Phlomis fruticosa under controlled environmental conditions. Some of the compounds investigated in the fresh leaf and all the compounds of callus extracts of Viscoza viscosa using GC-MS. An extract from each solvent was obtained by infiltration, and used for TLC. Rod-shaped callus cells, no stain added. Histochemical analyses of laticifers and glandular trichomes in Cannabis sativa.
The negative response to DMB staining for phenolic tannin vscosa, in both leaves and calluses, although tannins are present in large amounts as vacuolar inclusions in most leaf cells, indicates that the chemical constituents of the condensed inua are produced prematurely in the leaf cells and condensation proceeds promptly at an early stage of leaf development.
It should be pointed out that at least some of the compounds secreted through the activity of the hair cells are volatile; a specific scent is characteristic in the air of all the Aegean islands on which I. Among the 11 plant taxa inyla to grow wild on the European continent, more than grow in Greece Flora Europaea, and about of them, such as Artemisia annuaAconitus spp.
Phenolics are highly osmiophilic, closely adhering to section masses after fixation, and of poor image quality. Our observations revealed that tissue cultures actually produce anti-fungal factors not found in the leaves or not released from them because the yeasts, in infected cultures, attack the leaves, which deteriorate before producing calluses.
Structures or cells with secreting activity were localized and a spectrum of products was histochemically identified within them. Obviously the viscksa cells produce some anti-fungal agents inhibiting yeast colony viscoza. Calluses formed prior to yeast infection develop a zone of inhibition against contaminating yeasts indicating the production and release of anti-fungal factors from undifferentiated cultured cells. Terpenes and compounds of lipid nature seem to prevail.
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In vitro studies of adventitious shoot formation in Pinus conforta. Wikispecies has information related to Dittrichia viscosa.
Basal cells and the conical stem of a protective hair.