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Natural Compounds

Triterpene Glycosides. Part 1 and Part 2

by Shakhnoza S. Azimova

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Published by Springer New York, Imprint: Springer in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic Chemistry,
  • Botany,
  • Chemistry,
  • Plant Sciences,
  • Pharmacy

  • About the Edition

    "Natural Compounds: Plant Sources, Structure and Properties" details the properties of over 7,500 chemical compounds of pharmacological interest found in plants. Each volume systematically covers occurrence of the compounds in plants, illustrations of chemical structures plus physical-chemical, spectral, and pharmacological data. Entries are indexed by plant name, subject, and pharmacological property. This provides unique coverage of information on compounds isolated from some 3,000 plants, including many from central Asia and Russia, that are not well known elsewhere. The entries for each compound share a similar format. The entries are preceded by tabulated information on the occurrence of the compounds in plants etc. The highly experienced team of compilers from the renowned Institute of the Chemistry of Plant Substances in Tashkent have expertly assessed the international literature and include data only when confident of its validity, e.g. excluding data where measurement processes cause degradation of the original compound.

    Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Shakhnoza S. Azimova
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD415-436
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    PaginationXC, 1074 p. 1400 illus. eReference.
    Number of Pages1400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27076680M
    ISBN 109781461405412

    This book collectively presents a considerable body of experimental and epidemiological evidence from peer-reviewed scientific publications that support a role for natural compounds and herbal extracts in the chemoprevention and therapy of amyloidogenic disorders. chemistry of the repeating units. Finally, the studyof stereochemistry can be used to probe in this book it moves further away. Yet, this is the most common convention used, and it is the con- Polymers, both natural and synthetic, can produce extraordinary stereochemical diversity when each monomer carries a stereogenic center. We’ll.

    In this chapter, we discuss the influence of the processing methods on the content of phenolic compounds in fruits and vegetables. The intake of fruits and vegetables based‐foods are associated with delayed aging and a decreased risk of chronic disease development. Fruits and vegetables can be consumed in natura, but the highest amounts are ingested after some . This theoretical example from the subset of natural compounds shows that the Seven Golden Rules are not only useful for some selected experimental examples. Around elemental compositions in the mass range from u were randomly selected from the KEGG database, the Dictionary of Natural Compounds, Lipidmaps and many other databases.

    Origins of Organic Chemistry • Organic literally means “derived from living organisms” — organic chemistry was originally the study of compounds extracted from living organisms and their natural products. • It was believed that only living organisms possessed the “vital force” necessary to create organic compounds (“vitalism”). Labs in this book supplement the information gained in lecture, as well as providing some perspective and experience with hands-on applications of ideas in pest management. The labs are presented in week-by-week order, so the pre-labs and reading for week 1 are labeled “Pre-Lab 1” and “Week 1 Reading”.


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