TITLE

Impact of Biofield Treatment on Growth and Anatomical Characteristics of Pogostemon cablin (Benth.)

AUTHOR(S)
Patil, Shrikant A.; Nayak, Gopal B.; Barve, Siddhivinayak S.; Tembe, Rashmi P.; Khan, Rummana R.
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
Biotechnology;2012, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p154
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Pogostemon cablin is a known aromatic plant which is cultivated for its essential oil widely applicated in perfumery and cosmetic industries. In the present study, the effect of biofield treatment was studied on the growth of P. cablin. For this study an in vitro culture system was set up in two groups, viz., control and treatment, each of which was derived from three different explant sources, namely leaf, node and petiole. Further these in vitro plantlets were hardened and transferred to external environment. The stomatal cells and epidermal hair growth were also studied at various morphogenetic stages. The study revealed that a single spell of biofield energy treatment produced significant increase in growth in treated group throughout all the morphogenetic phases from in vitro to in vivo level. A remarkable increase in stomatal cells and epidermal hair was also seen in treated group.
ACCESSION #
88913687

 

Related Articles

  • Ultrastructure of the stigma and style of Cabomba caroliniana Gray (Cabombaceae). Galati, B.; Rosenfeldt, S.; Zarlavsky, G.; Gotelli, M. // Protoplasma;Jan2016, Vol. 253 Issue 1, p155 

    Cabomba Aubl. is a genus that presents a range of features that have made it to be considered a potential genetic model for studies of early angiosperm evolution. Therefore, any study that expands our knowledge of this genus is potentially useful for the understanding of the evolution of early...

  • LEAF MICROMORPHOLOGY OF Aesculus hippocastanum L. AND DAMAGE CAUSED BY LEAF-MINING LARVAE OF Cameraria ohridella Deschka & Dimić. Weryszko-Chmielewska, Elżbieta; Haratym, Weronika // Acta Agrobotanica;2012, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p25 

    The present study is a continuation of our research on the structure of healthy leaves of Aesculus hippocastanum and leaves damaged by larvae of Cameraria ohridella. In this study, the epidermal micromorphology of both leaf surfaces in A. hippocastanum was investigated by scanning electron...

  • Foliar anatomy and micromorphology of Polygonum minus Huds. and their taxonomic implications. Bunawan, Hamidun; Talip, Noraini; Noor, Normah M. // Australian Journal of Crop Science;2011, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p123 

    Foliar anatomical characters of Polygonum minus Huds. were described to determine their taxonomic significance and implications. Comprehensive micromorphological study on leaf epidermis was investigated on both adaxial and abaxial surfaces by light and scanning electron microscopy. The epidermal...

  • FOLIAR MICROMORPHOLOGY OF MEXICAN OAKS (QUERCUS: FAGACEAE). SCARELI-SANTOS, CLAUDIA; SÁNCHEZ-MONDRAGÓN, MARÍA L.; GONZÁLEZ-RODRÍGUEZ, ANTONIO; OYAMA, KEN // Acta Botanica Mexicana;jul2013, Issue 104, p31 

    Mexico is the main center of diversity of the genus Quercus in the Western Hemisphere. Despite recent advances in the knowledge of Mexican oaks, a degree of taxonomic confusion still remains, mainly within particular species complexes. In this study, scanning electron microscopy was used to...

  • Leaf Epidermal Anatomy in Five Varieties of Capsicum annuum L. Solanaceae. Zhigila, D. A.; Sawa, F. B. J.; Aluko, T. A.; Oladele, F. A.; Abdul Rahaman, A. A. // American Journal of Experimental Agriculture;2015, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p112 

    Leaf epidermal micro morphological features were studied in five verities of Capsicum annum L. both quantitatively and qualitatively to evaluate the reliability of these characters for taxonomic consideration. These varieties are difficult to be recognized by using their dry samples. Varieties...

  • Foliar epidermal anatomy of four species of dioscorea. Aina, O. Daniel; Atumeyi, S. // Advances in Applied Science Research;Aug2011, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p21 

    Cuticular study of the foliar epidermis of four species of Dioscorea was carried out in order to supplement our present taxonomic knowledge of the four members of this genus. Dioscorea alata, D. cayenensis, D. domentorum and D. rotundata were collected from farmland within Kogi State University...

  • Anatomia foliar de ipê-branco (Tabebuia roseo alba (Ridl.) Sand.) - Bignoniaceae, proveniente do cultivo ex vitro e in vitro. Abbade, Leticia Caravita; Paiva, Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira; Paiva, Renato; Mauro de Castro, Evaristo; Centofante, Agda Rabelo; de Oliveira, Cynthia // Acta Scientiarum: Biological Sciences;2009, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p307 

    Considering the importance of knowledge of anatomical structures in the protocol definition for the micropropagation of the ipê-branco, this study compared the in vitro and ex vitro internal structure of leaves. For anatomical evaluations, the first leaf in vitro with 30 days of growth and...

  • MORPHOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SALVIA PLEBEIA FROM MAHARASHTRA (INDIA). Shirsat, Rupali; Kokate, Pratiksha; Surdakar, Subhash // Bioscience Discovery: An International Journal of Life Sciences;Jun2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p165 

    The present paper is focused on morphological and anatomical characterization of Salvia plebeia collected from Chikhaldara forest ranges (MS) India. The study includes morphological description, anatomy of stem and surface features like hairs and trichomes. All the results are supported with the...

  • Hydathode trichomes actively secreting water from leaves play a key role in the physiology and evolution of root-parasitic rhinanthoid Orobanchaceae. Svĕtlíková, Petra; Hájek, Tomáš; Tĕšitel, Jakub // Annals of Botany;Jul2015, Vol. 116 Issue 1, p61 

    * Background and Aims Root hemiparasites from the rhinanthoid clade of Orobanchaceae possess metabolically active glandular trichomes that have been suggested to function as hydathode trichomes actively secreting water, a process that may facilitate resource acquisition from the host plant's...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of NEW JERSEY STATE LIBRARY

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics