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Plant secondary metabolism

Author: David S Seigler
Publisher: Boston ; Dordrecht ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, cop. 2002.
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gate those things common to the parts and, specifically, those The second type of relationship involves interaction of things that unify the parts. Plants constitute logical interactions must be  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David S Seigler
ISBN: 0412019817 9780412019814
OCLC Number: 442885480
Description: IX, 759 str. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Fatty acids. Acetylenic compounds in plants. Plant waxes. Polyketides. Benzoquinones. Naphthoquinones, and anthraquinones. Shikimic acid pathway. Phenylpropanoids. Coumarins. 2-pyrones, stilbenes, dihydrophenanthrenes, and xanthones. Flavonoids. Tannins. Non-protein amino acids. Peptides. Carbohydrates. Cyanogenic glycosides, and Cyanolipids. Glucosinolates. Introduction to terpenes. Monoterpenes. Iridoid monoterpenes. Sesquiterpenes. Diterpenes and sesterterpences. Triterpenes and steroids. Saponins and cardenolides. Limonoids, Quassinoids and related compounds. Tetraterpenes or cartenoids. Limonoids, quassinoids, and related compounds. Simple aimines, simple aromatic and pyridine alkaloids. Pyrrolidine, tropane, piperidine, and polyeketide alkaloids. Pyrrolizidine, quinolizidine and indolizidine alkaloids. Alkaloids derived from anthranilic acid. Isoquinoline and benzylisoquineoline alkaloids. Alkaloids derived from both tyrosine and phenylalanine. Indole alkaloids. Ergot and other indole alkaloids. Alkaloids of terpenoid orgin. Miscellaneous types of alkaloids.
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`This masterly work is especially good on chemical ecology and medicinal phytochemistry and can be warmly recommended as a valuable reference source.' Phytochemistry, 53 (2000) `In conclusion, Read more...

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