As modifiers of the metabolism of biologically active substances of the cell cultures of Silybum marianum of the red and white flowering races the nanoparticle preparation «Nanoplant-Co,Mn,Cu,Fe» can be used in a concentration of 0.01 mg/l, as well as microwave electromagnetic radiation in the range of 65—71 GHz at a power of 10 mW and exposure time of 20 minutes. Durable suspension cultures are more responsive to electromagnetic treatment, and callus cultures to the preparation of metal nanoparticles.
Keywords: Silybum marianum L., milk thistle, in vitro culture, metal nanoparticles, microwave radiation, flavolignans, phenolic compounds, biologically active substances
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