A tropa belladonna L.: In Vitro Culture, Regeneration of Plants, Cryopreservation, and the Production of Tropane Alkaloids View Full Text


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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

Y. P. S. Bajaj , L. K. Simola

ABSTRACT

Atropa belladonna L., commonly known as deadly nightshade, or belladonna belongs to the family Solanaceae. A tropa is a small genus native throughout middle and southern Europe and extending to central and western Asia up to the Himalayas. A. belladonna L., the economically most important species, is an erect perennial herb which may grow up to 5 ft in height. It has purple flowers (to distinguish it from the yellow-flowered A. acuminata) and black berries with many small seeds. This plant grows in damp or shady places, mainly in the mountains, and is attacked by various species of Gonocephalum, Agrotis, and A rchips, which cause defoliation (Mathur and Anand 1964). More... »

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1-23

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Medicinal and Aromatic Plants III

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978-3-642-84073-9
978-3-642-84071-5

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