Medical Definition of Hairy root culture

1. A relatively new type of plant culture, which consists of highly branched roots of a plant, covered with a mass of tiny root hairs. These cultures do not require hormones or vitamins to grow, so they can grow on simple media of salts and sugars. Just as importantly, they produce secondary metabolites at levels similar to those made in the original plant, so they can be used as replacement plants for making such compounds as food flavours and fragrances. (14 Nov 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hairy Root Culture

hairy-eared dwarf lemurs
hairy-legged vampire bat
hairy ball theorem
hairy cell leukaemia
hairy cells
hairy darling pea
hairy eyeball
hairy golden aster
hairy heart
hairy honeysuckle
hairy leukoplakia
hairy lip fern
hairy mole
hairy root
hairy root culture (current term)
hairy spurge
hairy tare
hairy tongue
hairy vetch
hairy willowherb
hairy wood mint
hairytail mole
hairytail moles
haitch
haitches
haith
haiti
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