Category Archives: Advances in Echinacea Biotechnology and Future Prospects

Advances in Echinacea Biotechnology and Future Prospects

Echinacea (Asteraceae) plant products are among the most popular herbal supplements. Of the nine species assigned to the genus, E. angustifolia, E. pallida, and E. purpurea are the species most commonly used in commercial products. The content of bioactive constituents varies qualitatively and quantitively among Echinacea populations, chemoraces, cultivars, and species; the content also varies seasonally, with plant age, and among the plant parts. Echinacea producers face numerous challenges,

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