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Betalains biosynthesis by Beta vulgaris L. hairy root culture in a temporary immersion cultivation system

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Betalains biosynthesis by Beta vulgaris L. hairy root culture in a temporary immersion cultivation system
Abstract

The process of betalains biosynthesis by Beta vulgaris L. hairy root culture in a temporary immersion system was studied. It was established that temporary immersion technique is suitable for the cultivation of hairy roots. The immersion frequency had significant effect on the biomass accumulation and the yields of betalains. The hairy root culture biosynthesized 18.8 mg g−1 dry biomass (DB) betalains (9.6 mg g−1 DB betacyanins and 9.2 mg g−1 DB betaxanthins) at immersion frequency with 15 min flooding and 60 min stand-by periods. The maximal growth index (16.6) was achieved at 15 min flooding and 75 min stand-by periods. Data on the relationships in the biological system “Nutrient medium–B. vulgaris L. hairy root culture–Betalains” are presented.

Keywords
Betalains; Beta vulgaris L.; Hairy root culture; RITA®; Temporary immersion system
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Process Biochemistry - Volume 41, Issue 4, April 2006, Pages 848–852
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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