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Handbook of Naturally Occurring Compounds with Antioxidant Activity in Plants
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Authors: Rosa Martha Perez Gutierrez 
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This book presents 847 compounds isolated and identified from plants that present antioxidant activity. These substances have been classified by chemical groups and each provides the most relevant information of its pharmacological activity, action mechanism, chemical structure, spectroscopic date and other properties. Chemical structures have been drawn to indicate the stereochemistry. In this handbook the summary of the scientific information of plants that present biological activity and the compounds responsible for this activity is presented, which introduces the reader to the study of medicinal plants and also providing bibliographic references, where a detailed study of its chemistry and pharmacology can be found. This dictionary will be of great help for pre and post-graduate students, as well as professors, research of the medical industry, who work in some way with isolates bioactive compounds obtained from plants.

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Prolog

Introduction

Part I Alkaloids and nitrogen compounds

Part II Carotenoids

Part III Coumarins

Part IV Flavonoids

Part V Monoterpenoids, Diterpenoids and Sesquiterpenoids

Part VI Phenolics, lignans, neolignans and tannins

Part VII Quinones

Part VIII Triterpenoids

Part IX Micellaneous

Part X References

Index of compounds

Index of plants

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-59454-820-X
   Status: AV
  
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