The optimum concentration basic medium MS supplemented with 2 mg·L~(-1) 6-BA and 1 mg·L~(-1) NAA promoted the formation of secondary metabolites, which resulted in 8.7 mg·g~(-1) of flavonol glycosides.
Results and conclusion:Studies on the characteristics of cultured cell indicated that an inverse relationship between growth and secondary metabolite production since the highest levels of secondary compounds were reached during the stationary phase.
Belyakov, Marine Microorganisms and Their Biologically Active Secondary Metabolites,
Analysis of Secondary Metabolites of Microscopic Fungi of the Genus Penicillium by Chromatographic Techniques
Occurrence of Indole Alkaloids among Secondary Metabolites of Soil Aspergillus Spp.
Secondary metabolites of three strains of Penicillium aurantiogriseumisolated from permafrost sediments were identified.
It was demonstrated that the fungus Penicillium expansum 2-7, a resident strain of the orbital complex Mir, which became dominant at the end of a long-term space flight, formed biologically active secondary metabolites (antibiotics).
Biological Evaluation of a Secondary Metabolite, 9-O-methylfusarubin, from Fusarium oxysporum
In many gram-negative bacteria, AHL are the key factors responsible for density-dependent regulation of exoenzyme and secondary metabolite production; they also participate in interaction between bacteria and higher organisms.
The strain KMM 3427, identified asBacillus subtilis, synthesized the secondary metabolite 2-p-hydroxyphenylalcohol (tyrosol), which is known to be an antifungal compound and may perform the function of chemical defence inVerongia sp.
nana is a cultivated variety of Taxus cuspidata and contains taxol, a valuable secondary metabolite of medical importance, both in their stems and leaves.
Nitric oxide (NO) has emerged as a key signaling molecule in plant secondary metabolite biosynthesis recently.