Kinetic studies on plant cell cultures
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Kinetic studies on plant cell cultures by Jane Alice Lewis

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Published by Leicester Polytechnic in Leicester .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - Leicester Polytechnic, Leicester, 1983.

StatementJane Alice Lewis.
ContributionsLeicester Polytechnic. School of Chemistry.
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Open LibraryOL18570734M

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Description Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants, Volume 5: Phytochemicals in Plant Cell Cultures provides comprehensive coverage of the wide variety of laboratory procedures used in plant . Studies of a real cell culture in the logarithmic phase of growth ( h of cultivation) showed that the percentage of cells in the G0 phase did not virtually change and all processes were. Kinetic Studies of Lysine-Sensitive Aspartate Kinase Purified from Maize Suspension Cultures Stanton B. Dotson, David A. Somers, Burle G. Gengenbach Plant Physiology May , 93 (1) ; DOI: /ppCited by: This model framework was recently used successfully to simulate plant cell cultures. In the present work, we present the model calibration results using previous recombinant t-PA CHO cells cultures in bioreactor. The model showed to describe cell energetic state as well as cell behavior with culture time.

  In plant cell cultures, not only the paclitaxel, but also other useful precursors used for the semi-synthesis of paclitaxel, such as baccatin III, deacetylbaccatin III, dehydroxybaccatin III, and deacetylpaclitaxel, are produced in considerable the process of separating and purifying paclitaxel from biomass, which includes biomass extraction, liquid-liquid Cited by: Like many other plant cell culture systems, callus and cell suspension cultures isolated from quinolizidine-producing plant species lack the ability to accumulate substantial amounts of alkaloids. The alkaloid concentrations in cell cultures are three to five orders of magnitude lower than in .   The cell line from leaves of Taxus chinensis was cultured in a plant cell culture medium. The suspended cells originating from T. chinensis were stirred at rpm in a dark place at 24 °C, and cultured in a mixture of modified Gamborg's B5 [28], 30 g/L sucrose, 10 μM naphthalene acetic acid, μM 6-benzylaminopurine, 1 g/L casein. The kinetic model of cell growth is substantially capable to predict product formation. Mathematical models provide a strategy for solving problems encountered in fermentation process. A biochemical engineering approach to address this problem could be to develop a mathematical model which not only helps in the understanding of the system but also predicts various cultivation strategies to.

plant cell cultures need to be supplemented with certain vitamins like Thiamine (vit B 1), Niacin (vit B 3), Pyridoxine (vit B 6), and Myo-inositol (Member of the vit.   The almost pure free-cells suspension of highly active anammox bacteria was used for detailed kinetic and stoichiometric analysis of the anammox process. The anammox culture enriched during this study had a biomass specific maximum growth rate of d−1 which is higher than ever reported before in literature. Plant cell culture is a unique process in biotechnology, which has interested many researchers because it can produce products that bacteria or animal cells cannot produce. Plant cells are the sole producers of alkaloids and anthocyanins. The biotransformation of biological compounds such as terpenoids or steroids is possible using plant cells.   Plant cell culture techniques are used increasingly in basic research for plant exploitation in industry, including for example, genetic engineering and micropropagation. The rapidly developing role of plant cell culture has necessitated this new edition of a widely acclaimed book. It covers a wide range of methods central to the exploitation of plant cell cultures in fundamental and .