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Articles by A.B. Remashree
Total Records ( 3 ) for A.B. Remashree
  S. Sudhakar Raja , K.P. Unnikrishnan , Satheesh George , A.B. Remashree , P.S. Udayan , K.V. Tushar and Indira Balachandran
  As part of the gene bank activity of CMPR many collections of Adhatoda zeylanica Medic. were made from varying agroecological regions in South India. These collections could be grouped into four morphotypes based on growth habits and other morphological characters. These four morphotypes were evaluated for their chemical and pharmacognostical characters and significant differences among the morphotypes were noticed. Among quality characters vasicine content, fingerprint profiles, stomatal index, leaf architecture and venation pattern showed significant variation indicating the predominance of additive gene effects. A reverse phase HPLC method for the quantitative determination of vasicine in the morphotypes was developed based on which variation in the vasicine content was observed. Thin layer chromatographic analysis showed variation in the chemical composition of these morphotypes. These studies indicated variability in the chemical composition and pharmacognostic characters among the morphotypes of A. zeylanica. Two of the morphotypes containing significantly higher vasicine indicated the presence of chemical diversity, providing adequate scope for selection of superior chemotypes having high therapeutic value and economic benefit.
  K.V. Tushar , Satheesh George , A.B. Remashree and Indira Balachandran
  Coscinium fenestratum (Fam. Menispermaceae), a critically endangered and highly-traded medicinal plant, has become very important in recent years due to its rarity and huge demand in the medicinal plant sector. This review throws light into the various research aspects undertaken in the past and present in the area of botany, pharmacology, chemistry, agrotechnology, harvesting practices and biotechnology along with its medicinal, ethnobotanical and other uses.
  A.B. Remashree , T. Varghese Thomas , A.V. Raghu , E. Nabeesa and N. Neelakandan
  An efficient protocol for the in vitro propagation of the valuable medicinal plant, Syzygium cumini L. is described through axillary bud proliferation. Multiple shoots were induced from mature nodal explants cultured on Woody Plant Medium (WPM) supplemented with combinations of Benzyl Adenine (BA; 8.8 μM), Kinetin (9.3 μM) and Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA; 5.37 μM) produced an average of 35-40 shoots by 6-7 weeks after inoculation. The shoots were rooted in WPM supplemented with 4.9 μM Indole-3-butryic acid (IBA). Ex vitro rooting was also successful in this species. Plantlets established in the field showed 80% survival and exhibited identical morphological characteristics as the donor plant.
 
 
 
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