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245 00 Transgenesis and secondary metabolism /|cedited by Sumita 
       Jha 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xviii, 649 pages) :|billustrations 
       (some color), digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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490 1  Reference series in phytochemistry,|x2511-834X 
520    This handbook provides comprehensive reference information
       on the efficient production of secondary metabolites from 
       plants by transgenesis and other genetic manipulation 
       strategies. It reviews and summarizes selected important 
       case studies in genetic methods applied to enhance the 
       production of a given metabolite or a group of related or 
       derived compounds. Readers will find reference information
       on a multitude of techniques and methods, including 
       traditional breeding and screening; over-expression of 
       genes encoding key enzymes; functional genomics 
       approaches; metabolic engineering of the relevant 
       biosynthetic pathways; indirect genetic approaches to 
       improve metabolite production, including Agrobacterium 
       mediated transformations. Furthermore, combinatorial 
       biochemistry approaches to engineer secondary metabolic 
       pathways are summarized, which can offer access to new 
       structures or to the design of novel compounds. Since many
       commercially valuable substances are still extracted from 
       plants, being largely inaccessible to efficient modern 
       laboratory synthesis methods, this book provides a 
       valuable resource of information for biotechnological 
       approaches that can help to find alternative and more 
       efficient methods for the production of natural secondary 
       metabolites. Thus adjusted production methods, with the 
       help of tailored plant systems, can potentially help to 
       release the stress on plants, which are currently 
       suffering from extensive human harvesting, and to conserve
       global biodiversity. Readers will find comprehensive 
       reference information on plant genetic manipulation toward
       more efficient synthesis, accumulation and production of 
       target secondary metabolites. The handbook will appeal to 
       researchers and professionals, but also graduate students 
       and scholars working in the fields of biotechnology, 
       genetic engineering, medicinal plant research, pharmacy, 
       and phytochemistry 
650  0 Transgenic plants 
650  0 Plant genetic engineering 
650  0 Metabolism, Secondary 
650 14 Chemistry 
650 24 Genetic Engineering 
650 24 Plant Genetics & Genomics 
650 24 Plant Biochemistry 
650 24 Metabolomics 
650 24 Bioorganic Chemistry 
650 24 Pharmacy 
700 1  Jha, Sumita,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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830  0 Reference series in phytochemistry 
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