In Vitro Conservation Strategies for Sustainable Production of Secondary Metabolites in Psoralea corylifolia L. View Full Text


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2021-11-02

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Nelofar Gulam Nabi, Tareq A. Wani, Zahoor A. Kaloo

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Psorelia corylifolia L. is a rich source of flavonoids, phenolics, antioxidants particularly psoralen with its significant biological activities. The plant products have great market demand on account of their versatile medicinal properties. Overexploitation from the wild and poor seed germination ability has enormously depleted its natural populations. Micropropagation is unconventional approach for its conservation and to fill market demand of its secondary metabolites. The present work was aimed to develop an efficient in vitro protocol for its rapid multiplication and large-scale production of secondary metabolites. Different phytohormonal combinations in Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium were used for shoot and callus induction. Maximum shoot induction (85.0%) through mature meristem culture was observed on MS medium supplemented with 1.5 mg/l BAP and 0.5 mg/l NAA. The callus induction and profuse shoot multiplication protocol was developed from leaf explants. MS medium with 1.5 mg/l BAP and 0.5 mg/l NAA was the best medium for maximum in vitro response of callus (85.0%), shooting and multiple shoots (7.0) with 8.5 cm length. A comparative analysis of psoralen content using HPLC, antioxidant properties, total flavonoid and phenolic contents was observed in field-grown seeds and in vitro raised callus. All these parameters were significantly higher in in vitro raised callus than field-grown seeds. The present investigation can serve as a prospective guide for in vitro regeneration, consequently for conservation and sustainable production of secondary metabolites from P. corylifolia. More... »

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959-970

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