In this episode you will learn
- Which pelargoniums are the most widely used source for pharmaceuticals
- How fire can stimulate (Pelargonium) seed germination
- How Pelargoniums can be cultured on lab-scale and what hairy roots are
- How plant science inspires cultivation as an alternative access source to pharmaceuticals from Pelargonium sidoides
- How metabolite production in plants can be affected by their cultivation
In a very pleasant and captivating interview with professor Nox Makunga, plant molecular biologist at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, we take you on a journey to the cape of South Africa and Nox Makunga’s research lab.
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