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書名 Nutraceuticals production from plant cell factory / edited by Tarun Belwal, Milen I. Georgiev, Jameel M Al-Khayri
出版項 Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2022
國際標準書號 9789811688584 (electronic bk.)
9789811688577 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-981-16-8858-4 doi
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說明 1 online resource (viii, 450 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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附註 Part I. Theory and Technology -- Nutraceutical compounds, classification and function -- Plant cell culture utilization in bioactive compounds production -- Scale up production of bioactive compounds using bioreactors -- Factors affecting in vitro production of nutraceuticals -- Part 2. In vitro production of nutraceutical compounds -- In vitro production of Polyphenols -- In vitro production of Alkaloids -- In vitro production of Coumarins -- In vitro production of Terpenoids and Isopernoids -- In vitro production of Anthocyanins and Carotenoids -- In vitro production of Saponins -- In vitro production of Steroids -- In vitro production of Tocopherols -- In vitro production of Phytosterols -- In vitro production of Quinones -- Part 3 -- Strategic Advances and Challenges -- Mutagenesis and in vitro cell selection for enhanced production of nutraceuticals -- Optimization of in vitro cell culture conditions for increasing biomass and nutraceutical production -- Genetic engineering in cell culture for enhanced production of nutraceuticals -- Transfer of plant biosynthetic pathways to microbes for the production of nutraceuticals -- In vitro production of nutraceutical: challenges and opportunities
This book focuses on in vitro techniques and challenges of producing nutraceutical compounds from plant cells. In addition, it provides an overview of different biosynthesis pathways and their modulation through cell culture techniques for the production of nutraceutical compounds in high quantity and quality. It also includes the assessment of the factors influencing production and advances in cell culture techniques, including the scale-up approach using bioreactors. Lastly it provides valuable suggestion for future research
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
主題 Plant cell culture
Bioactive compounds
Functional foods
Plant Cell Biology
Plant Science
Food Science
Alt Author Belwal, Tarun, editor
Georgiev, Milen I., editor
Al-Khayri, Jameel M., editor
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