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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 4)
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Response of Stemona alkaloid Production in Stemona sp. to Chitosan and Yeast Extract Elicitors

Natthiya Chaichana, Srisulak Dheeranupattana, Araya Jatisatienr, Sunanta Wangkarn, Stephen G. Pyne, Pitchaya Mungkornnasawakul, Padchanee Sangthong and Thanapat Sastraruji
Corresponding Author:  Natthiya Chaichana 

Key words:  1', 2'-didehydrostemofoline, chitosan, stemofoline, Stemona sp., yeast extract, ,
Vol. 4 , (4): 449-454
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March 08, 2012 March 24, 2012 July 10, 2012
Abstract:

The experiments were purposed to investigate the effect of chitosan and yeast extract on Stemona alkaloid production in Stemona sp. culture. Both elicitors enhanced Stemona alkaloid production over the control. Treatment with chitosan at a concentration of 25 mg/L for 1 week resulted in the highest production of Stemona alkaloids. It was found that 1', 2'-didehydrostemofoline and stemofoline production was 2.65 fold and 2.95 fold higher than the control, respectively.
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Natthiya Chaichana, Srisulak Dheeranupattana, Araya Jatisatienr, Sunanta Wangkarn, Stephen G. Pyne, Pitchaya Mungkornnasawakul, Padchanee Sangthong and Thanapat Sastraruji, 2012. Response of Stemona alkaloid Production in Stemona sp. to Chitosan and Yeast Extract Elicitors.  Current Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 4(4): 449-454.
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