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A Review on Isolation of Endophytes from Indian Medicinal Plants

Author: SUJATHA EDUPUGANTI, P. HARI KRISHNA, RAJESH GOUD GAJULA
Abstract: Endophytes are the microorganisms that live in the plant system and colonize the intercellular spaces of the plant tissues. Endophytes produce variety of bioactive and chemical compounds with potential application in medical, agricultural and industrial fields. All plants are inhabited internally by bacterial, archaeal, fungal and protistal microbial communities. These endophytic communities are responsible to complete biosynthesis of host plant secondary metabolites. Moreover, the symbiotic nature of this relationship indicates that endophytic bioactive compounds are less toxic to the cell, as these chemicals do not kill the eukaryotic host system. This is particularly important to the medical community as potential drugs may not adversely affect human cells. In this review, we have discussed the endophytes from the different medicinal plants in view of the latest understandings of antimicrobial, antioxidant and pathogenicity target compounds.
Keyword: Medicinal plants, endophytic bacteria, endophytic fungi, secondary metabolites
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.059
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