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Cultivation, Conservation & Ecology

June 09, 2020

Cultivation, Conservation & Ecology 


Found no obvious correlation between genetic differentiation and chemical constituents across distributions of E. breviscapus, though concentration of two compounds, one of which is correlated to scutellarin content, were correlated with environmental factors. Li 2013


Analyzed the development status and existing problems concerning Erigeron vreviscapus planting for drug production, including issues of governmental policies and regulations. [Article in Chinese] Zhang 2013


Described cultivation research and progress of research into genetic improvement of Erigeron breviscapus. [Article in Chinese] Zhang 2013


Investigated breeding methods to breed new varieties of Erigeron breviscapus with the intention of increasing yield of scutellarin. [Article in Chinese] Yang 2010


Exposure to enhanced UV-B radiation in greenhouse condition revealed genetic polymorphism among 6 Erigeron breviscapus populations, which varied in how flavonoid contents changed at each life stage in response to the UV-B radiation. [Article in Chinese] Feng 2009


When grown under doubled carbon dioxide concentration, contents of scutellarin and caffeate in Erigeron breviscapus increased by 23% and 26%. [Article in Chinese] Li 2009


In Erigeron breviscapus, both drought (8% water treatment) and waterlogging (23% water) increased the contents of scutellarin and caffeate compared to a condition lacking water stress (15% water). [Article in Chinese] Zhang 2009


Developed a micropropagation system for Erigeron breviscapus and a HPLC fingerprint analysis system to produce high quality medicinal grade plant material. Liu 2008


The optimal harvest time of Erigeron breviscapus is in early bloom period, 130 days after seedling, as that is when the growth has peaked and before scutellarin content decreased sharply. [Article in Chinese] Yang 2008