Title: A holistic approach to resurrection plants. Haberlea rhodopensis. – A case study
Authors: Djilianov, D. ×
Ivanov, S.
Georgieva, T.
Moyankova, D.
Berkov, S.
Petrova, G.
Mladenov, P.
Christov, N.
Hristozova, N.
Peshev, Darin
Tchorbadjieva, M.
Alexieva, V.
Tosheva, A.
Nikolova, M.
Ionkova, I.
Van den Ende, Wim #
Issue Date: Nov-2009
Publisher: Diagnosis Press
Series Title: Biotechnology & Biotechnological Equipment vol:23 issue:4 pages:1414-1416
Abstract: Recent environmental changes challenge world agriculture and reconfirm the importance of wild flora as useful source of valuable traits. Due to their extreme desiccation tolerance, the so called Resurrection plants are extensively studied and characterized.
The Bulgarian endemic species Haberlea rhodopensis, apart from its typical resurrection capacity is very interesting also as a potential source of bioactive compounds with putative application in pharmacology, veterinary medicine and cosmetics. Here we discuss our approaches to Haberlea in the frames of the NSF funded project DO02-105 Centre for sustainable development of plant and animal genomics.
ISSN: 1310-2818
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Molecular Physiology of Plants and Micro-organisms Section - miscellaneous
Laboratory for Molecular Plant Physiology (-)
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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