1 edition of Aspects of plant phenolic chemistry found in the catalog.
Aspects of plant phenolic chemistry
1964 in Montreal, Que .
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by V.C. Runeckles.|
|Contributions||Runeckles, V. C., Phytochemical Group., Plant Phenolics Group of North America.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
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The book also tackles glycosylation and glycosidases; transmethylation and demethylation reactions in the metabolism of secondary plant products; and oxygenases and the metabolism of plant products.
The selection is a vital reference for researchers interested in the biochemistry of secondary compounds. Phenolic compounds comprise a broad class of natural products formed mainly by plants, but also microorganisms and marine organisms that have the capacity to form them.
Nowadays the interest in these compounds has increased mainly due to their diverse chemical structure and wide biological activity valuable in the prevention of some chronic or degenerative diseases.
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This book is written for researchers, instructors, advanced undergraduate students and beginning graduate students in the life sciences who wish to. Phenolic derivatives are one of the most important compounds that were found in secondary metabolites in plants. According to their various applications Aspects of plant phenolic chemistry book agriculture, food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, interests in reviewing different procedures of extraction of these compounds from plants have increased.
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The volume brings together new achievements in the field of research and processing of plant raw materials and the synthesis of natural compounds for the. Phenolic compounds are widely distributed in plant kingdom and are considered to be secondary metabolites.
They do not seem to be essential for plant life, at least at the cellular level. Plants provide nearly all the phenols found in higher animals, since the latter can not synthesize compounds with benzenoid rings from aliphatic by: in the availability of pure lignin as a phenolic-like material for utilization in phenolic resin preparation.
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Phenolic plant secondary metabolites have assumed an important position in the examination of the impact of plant chemistry on a wide range of ecological interactions.
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Phenolic compounds as well as flavonoids are well-known as antioxidant and many other important bioactive agents that have long been interested due to their benefits for human health, curing and preventing many diseases. This review attempts to demonstrate an overview of flavonoids and other phenolic compounds as the interesting alternative sources for Cited by: Analytical Aspects of Phenolic Compounds.
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Chemistry and Technology of Plant Substances: Chemical and Biochemical Aspects presents the theoretical trends and recent practical achievements on complex processing of plant-based raw materials. Low molecular weight components, isolated from plant material, are widely used in fine organic synthesis.
Families of phenolic compounds and means of classification -- Ch. Chemical properties of phenolic compounds -- Ch. Biosynthesis of phenolic compounds -- Ch. Isolation and identification of phenolic compounds -- Ch. Analysis of phenolic compounds with mass spectrometry -- Ch.
The role of phenols in plant defense -- Ch. This book is first of its kind exclusively dedicated to plant polyphenol oxidases (PPOs), highlighting their importance in the food processing industry.
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"Plant Physiological Aspects of Phenolic Compounds" ed. by Marcos Soto-Hernández, Rosario García-Mateos, Mariana Palma-Tenango ITExLi | | ISBN: X | pages | PDF | 5 MB This book includes chapters that provide information on extraction and optimization techniques.
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These are just a few examples that illustrate the chemical diversity and use of phenolic compounds, the topic of ‘Phenolic Compound Biochemistry&rsquo. This book is written for researchers, instructors, advanced undergraduate students Price: $ The book is written in an accessible style, and assumes only basic knowledge of organic chemistry, biochemistry and cell physiology.
More than chemical structures and reaction schemes. His research focuses on the genetic control of phenolic compounds that impact agro-industrial processing of crop plants.
Ralph Nicholson is Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. He is an expert on phenolic compounds involved in the plants defense against pathogenic fungi and Rating: % positive.
His research focuses on the genetic control of phenolic compounds that impact agro-industrial processing of crop plants. Ralph Nicholson is Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. He is an expert on phenolic compounds involved in the plant's defense against pathogenic fungi and bacteria.
It is really worth having for anyone interested in plant phenolics especially. The book focuses on a broad base of phenolic compounds, many well known to the botanist. Its seven well written chapters provide the following: 1. Families of Compounds: This is one of the better classifications that I have seen.5/5(1).
Flavonoids and phenolic compounds are among the most important secondary metabolites in plants. In addition to color and flavor development, they participate in many aspects of plant biology, including UV protection, as antioxidants, auxin transport regulators, and defense compounds against pathogens (29–33).
Jeffrey Barry Harborne FRS (1 Septemberin Bristol – 21 July ) was a British chemist who specialised in was Professor of Botany at the University of Reading, –93, then Professor contributed to more than 40 books and research papers and was a pioneer in ecological biochemistry, particularly in the complex chemical Alma mater: University of Bristol, University of California, Los Angeles.(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Examines the sources of phenoic antioxidants.
Covers the chemical and biological activities of phenolic compounds in food and their health effects, especially the biological properties of phenolic compounds on the modulation of tumor development in experimental animal models, and possibly in humans. Pcog and plant chemistry review 1. PHARMACOGNOSY AND PLANT CHEMISTRY REVIEW Honeylene B.
Paloma, RPh. 2. Pharmacognosy • Principally concerned with plant materials however, there are small number of animal products w/c are traditionally encompassed within the subject; • Examples – Produced from wild (whale, musk, deer) – Fish .