Study of in vitro cultivated Bidens pilosa L. medicinal plants / Matvieieva N.A. 2015

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The conditions of surfase sterilization of  Bidens pilosa  L. seeds, collected in Ecuadorian highland (1200  m a.s.l.) tropical forest, were optimized. 25%  “Belizna” solution using for seeds sterilization was effective for aseptic plants initiation on Murashige and Skoog medium.  In vitro  micropropagated plants rooted on the hormone free 1/2MS medium.  Water and ethanolic  B. pilosa  extracts have revealed antimicrobial activity compared to the one of  in vivo  grown plants.
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'''Keywords:'''  Bidens pilosa  L.,  in vitro  propagation, antimicrobial activity
  
  
 
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Matvieieva N.A.

Plants of Bidens pilosa in vitro

The conditions of surfase sterilization of Bidens pilosa L. seeds, collected in Ecuadorian highland (1200  m a.s.l.) tropical forest, were optimized. 25% “Belizna” solution using for seeds sterilization was effective for aseptic plants initiation on Murashige and Skoog medium. In vitro micropropagated plants rooted on the hormone free 1/2MS medium. Water and ethanolic B. pilosa extracts have revealed antimicrobial activity compared to the one of in vivo grown plants.

Keywords: Bidens pilosa L., in vitro propagation, antimicrobial activity

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