Bookcover of Alleviation of Plant and Animal Diseases through Phytoproteins
Booktitle:

Alleviation of Plant and Animal Diseases through Phytoproteins

Disease control, plant, mice, cancer cell-lines, in vitro augmentation of growth using herbal extracts

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2020-03-02 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-0-56889-2

ISBN-10:
6200568898
EAN:
9786200568892
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Phytoproteins of B. diffusa roots and C. aculeatum leaves have immense potential to provide resistance to plants against viral diseases. The proteins have also been shown to have some influence on plants raised under in vitro conditions. A new line was involved testing these phytoproteins for their antineoplastic property and antiviral property against animal viruses. Study was done in three lines. 1. Induction of antiviral resistance in crops such as okra, tomato, brinjal, chilli, cowpea/lobia, mungbean and papaya which are commonly susceptible to a number of virus infections. 2. Enhancement of growth of in vitro-raised plants of lime, guar and sunnhemp by adding phytoproteins from Boerhaavia diffusa and Clerodendrum aculeatum into the culture medium as well as in ex vitro conditions. 3. Anti-proliferative property of phytoproteins from B. diffusa and C. aculeatum for retardation of proliferation of human breast cancer cell lines as well as inhibition of activity of semliki forest virus in mice, phytoproteins exhibited anti-proliferative property at low doses, though cytotoxicity resulted when higher doses were used in the human breast cancer cell line.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
http://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Akhilesh Kumar Singh
Number of pages:
212
Published on:
2020-03-02
Stock:
Available
Category:
Botany
Price:
8133.56 руб
Keywords:
Phytoproteins, Boerhaavia diffusa, Clerodendrum aculeatum, in vitro, animal diseases, cancer cell-lines

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