Production of Natural Substances by Plant Cell Cultures Described in Japanese Patents

  • M. Misawa
Part of the Proceedings in Life Sciences book series (LIFE SCIENCES)

Abstract

Research on plant cell culture is progressing in Japan and the number of workers in this field is increasing as in other countries. The fermentation industry in Japan has also already developed remarkably; therefore, some of the researchers who are both plant scientists and microbiologists are interested in plant cell culture for the production of useful metabolites in ways similar to traditional fermentation techniques.

Keywords

Sucrose Fermentation Nicotine Pancreatitis Naphtha 

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