Natural Products [electronic resource] : Phytochemistry, Botany and Metabolism of Alkaloids, Phenolics and Terpenes / edited by Kishan Gopal Ramawat, Jean-Michel Mérillon.Material type: TextPublisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2013Description: 1569 illus., 239 illus. in color. eReference. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642221446Subject(s): Chemistry | Pharmacology | Biotechnology | Organic chemistry | Medicinal chemistry | Plant biochemistry | Plant science | Botany | Chemistry | Medicinal Chemistry | Pharmacology/Toxicology | Plant Biochemistry | Plant Sciences | Biotechnology | Organic ChemistryAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 615.19 LOC classification: RS400-431Online resources: Texto completo
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Part I Alkaloids: General Biology and Biotechnology -- Part II Alkaloids: Classes - Occurrence, Biosynthesis, Structure and Chemistry, Distribution -- Part III Alkaloids: Methods of Analysis -- Part IV Alkaloids: Pharmacology -- Part V Phenolics: General Biology and Biotechnology -- Part VI Phenolics: Classes - Occurrence, Biosynthesis, Structure and Chemistry, Distribution -- Part VII Phenolics: Methods of Analysis -- Part VIII Phenolics: Biological Activity and Bioavailability -- Part IX Phenolics: Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods -- Part X Terpenes: General Biology and Biotechnology -- Part XI Terpenes: Classes - Occurrence, Biosynthesis, Structure and Chemistry, Distribution -- Part XII Terpenes: Methods of Analysis -- Part XIII Terpenes: Pharmacology and Bioavailability -- Part XIV Terpenes: Parapharmaceutical Uses.
This reference work provides a wealth of information regarding medicinal plants and phytochemicals. It is addressed both to researchers and teachers. The handbook describes phytochemicals, which, by the strictest definition, are chemicals that are produced by plants. During the last decades, more and more groups became actively involved in exploring plants for useful metabolites that lead to the identification of several useful curative agents and many promising molecules to fight and/or prevent diseases, including carcinogenesis and stroke. But when we talk about phytochemicals, there are also medicinal plants where not a single molecule is responsible for the observed properties. This reference work therefore reviews and compiles the information on both these aspects. The volumes contain contributions on phytochemicals and herbal extracts. A large number of natural products obtained from plants and microorganisms is used in cosmetic, drug, flavor and fragrance industries. For this compilation, a range of the most important medicinal herbs and phytochemicals were selected and are described by the recognized authors in the field. The present reference work encompasses the information about well established phytochemicals, biology and biotechnology of medicinal plants or their products, their biosynthesis, novel production strategies, demand and uses, metabolism and bioavailability. There is a surge of information published in recent years on herbal medicine and their pharmacologic effects with single books available on varied subjects. However, all this information is widespread and difficult to overview. Researchers who wish to keep a pace with the rapidly developing field of natural products can now consult this newly compiled handbook to find all information about bioactive molecules and medicinal plants thoroughly compiled in one place!