Agronomic processes to optimise galanthamine content of daffodil biomass (AGROGAL)

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The objective of the research is to identify individual agronomically-relevant processes and treatments that would increase the production of the anti-Alzheimer drug, Galanthamine, in daffodils (to identify the basis of the so called Black Mountain Effect observed in the field). The data was generated by extensive and reproducible analysis of 18 different treatments applied individually under laboratory and greenhouse conditions.
Date made available13 Jul 2015
PublisherPrifysgol Bangor University
Date of data production1 Feb 2013 - 31 Dec 2014