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Influence of the physico-chemical factors, plant growth regulators, elicitors and type of explants on callus cultures of medicinal climbers of Passiflora l.

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Wpływ czynników fizykochemicznych, regulatorów wzrostu i rozwoju, elicytorów i rodzaju eksplantatów na kultury kalusa leczniczych pnączy z rodzaju Passiflora L.
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This paper reviews the available research results published in 2006–2011. The attention has been focused on biological processes in the in vitro callus cultures which were obtained from various species of medicinal climbers of Passiflora. Procedures of callus induction on different parts of plants including physico-chemical conditions, among others light, photoperiod, temperature, basal medium, concentration and composition of plant growth regulators: auxin – 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D), 1-naphtaleneacetic acid (NAA), picloram – PIC (4-amino-3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinecarboxylic acid), cytokinin – benzyladenine (BA), kinetin (KIN), thidiazuron (TDZ), and gibberellin GA3 were analyzed. The occurrence of complex interactions between these factors and the efficiency of callus induction as well as its proliferation and development were described. The experiments in callus culture (induction of somatic embryogenesis, indirect organogenesis, cell suspension cultures) including studies concerning the effect of the elicitor (methyl jasmonate, MeJA) and the precursor (L-tryptophan) as well as phytochemical investigations were summarized. It has been found on the basis of reviewed bibliography for a systematic research in this area.The important role of callus cultures in search of an alternative source of plant material (biomaterial) for traditional crop of plants from Passiflora spp. without the involvement of climatic factors. The following species were studied in the callus cultures: P. alata, P. caerulea, P. cincinata, P. edulis, P. edulis var. flavicarpa, P. foetida, P. gibertii, P. incarnata, P. quadrangularis, P. pohlii, P. setacea, P. suberosa has been shown. Systematic review showed that only P. edulis and P. edulis var. flavicarpa were most frequently investigated. Few studies were performed for P. incarnata which is the most important source of raw material in Europe. Summarizing it can be concluded that the biotechnological methods including the plant in vitro techniques may play important role in development of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy.
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W pracy dokonano przeglądu dostępnych wyników badań opublikowanych w latach 2006- 2011. Zwrócono uwagę na procesy biologiczne zachodzące w kulturach kalusowych in vitro otrzymanych z różnych gatunków leczniczych pnączy z rodzaju Passiflora L. Przeanalizowano procedury indukowania kalusa na różnych fragmentach roślin z uwzględnieniem warunków fizykochemicznych, takich jak światło, fotoperiod, temperatura, podstawowe podłoża oraz rodzaj, stężenie i kompozycja roślinnych regulatorów wzrostu i rozwoju, tj. auksyny (kwas 2,4-dichlorofenoksyoctowy (2,4-D), kwas naftylo-1-octowy (NAA), pikloram - PIC (kwas 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropikolinowy), cytokininy, tj. benzyloadenina (BA), kinetyna (KIN), tidiazuron (TDZ) oraz giberelina GA3, wskazując na złożone zależności pomiędzy tymi czynnikami a efektywnością indukowania i prowadzenia kultur kalusowych. Podsumowano eksperymenty prowadzone w kulturach kalusowych (indukcja embriogenezy somatycznej, organogeneza pośrednia, zawiesinowe kultury komórkowe) z uwzględnieniem badań z zastosowaniem elicytora (jasmonian metylu, MeJA) lub prekursora (L-tryptofan) oraz analiz fitochemicznych. Na podstawie analizowanej bibliografii wykazano potrzebę przeprowadzenia systematycznych badań w tym zakresie oraz ważny udział kultur kalusowych w poszukiwaniu alternatywnego źródła surowca roślinnego (biomateriał) w stosunku do tradycyjnych upraw gatunków z rodzaju Passiflora, bez udziału czynników klimatycznych. W kulturach kalusowych badano następujące gatunki: P. alata, P. caerulea P. cincinata, P. edulis, P. edulis var. flavicarpa, P. foetida, P. gibertii, P. incarnata, P. quadrangularis, P. pohlii, P. setacea, P. suberosa. Systematyczny przegląd bibliografii wykazał, że tylko P. edulis oraz P. edulis var. flavicarpa były najczęściej badane w tym zakresie. Niewiele badań przeprowadzono dla P. incarnata, gatunku który jest najważniejszym źródłem surowca zielarskiego w Europie. W pracy podkreślono rolę metod biotechnologicznych dotyczących roślinnych kultur in vitro w rozwoju farmakognozji i fitoterapii.
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  • Department of Pharmaceutical Botany and Plant Biotechnology, University of Medical Sciences, Sw.Marii Magdaleny 14, 61-861 Poznan, Poland
  • Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Biology, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Libelta 27, 61-707 Poznan, Poland
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