Stimulation of solavetivone synthesis in free and immobilized cells of Hyoscyamus muticus by Rhizoctonia solani fungal components
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Three elicitor fractions including spent culture medium, hydrolyzed mycelial pellet, and hydrolyzed mycelial biomass supernatant were tested for their ability to induce sesquiterpene formation in freely suspended and immobilized cells. Immobilization enhanced the effectiveness of the hydrolysate elicitors, but not that derived from spent culture medium. When effectiveness of the elicitors is compared based on product yield, spent culture medium is shown to be far more effective than hydrolysates as an elicitor.
KeywordsBiomass Organic Chemistry Immobilization Product Yield Immobilize Cell
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