Phytochemistry Of Medicinal Plants by John T. ArnasonPhytochemistry Of Medicinal Plants by John T. Arnason

Phytochemistry Of Medicinal Plants

EditorJohn T. Arnason, Rachel Mata, John T. Romeo

Hardcover | October 31, 1995

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Papers from an August 1994 meeting of the Phytochemical Society of North America explore trends in medicinal plants research, especially plants of Latin America. Contributors demonstrate the importance of plant-based medicinals used as adaptogens, immunostimulants, cancer preventatives, and anti-AIDS and anti-cancer agents, and provide insights into how ethnobotanical traditions can lead to new discoveries in phytochemical and biological activity. They describe the latest techniques for phytochemical analysis and root culture, and computer modeling techniques. Includes in-depth reviews of the phytochemistry and biological activity of acetogenins and neo- clerodane diterpenes. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Title:Phytochemistry Of Medicinal PlantsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:372 pagesPublished:October 31, 1995Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306451816

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Table of Contents

Immunostimulants and Adaptogens from Plants; H.K.M. Wagner. Natural Product Cancer Chemopreventive Agents; J.M. Pezzuto. Antiviral and Antitumor Plant Metabolites; J.A. Beutler, et al. Biological Diversity of Medicinal Plants in Mexico; R. Bye, et al. Bioactive Natural Products from Traditionally Used Mexican Plants; R. Pereda-Miranda. Bioassayguided Isolation and Structure Elucidation of Pharmacologically Active Plant Substances; A.J. Vlietinck, et al. Biologically Active Compounds from Chilean Medicinal Plants; H.M. Niemeyer. Phytochemicals Ingested in Traditional Diets and Medicines as Modulators of Energy Metabolism; T. Johns, L. Chapman. Applications of Liquid Chromatographymass Spectrometry to the Investigation of Medicinal Plants; J.L. Wolfender, K. Hostettmann. Root Culture as a Source of Secondary Metabolites of Economic Importance; V.M. Loyola-Vargas, M. de Lourdes Miranda-Ham. Annonaceous Acetogenins: Potent Mitochondrial Inhibitors with Diverse Applications; Z.M. Gu, et al. Neoclerodane Diterpenoids from American Salvia Species; L. Rodríguez-Hahn, et al. Sesquiterpene Lactones Revisited: Recent Developments in the Assessment of Biological Activities and Structure Relationship; R.J. Marles, et al. Index.