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by Raphael Ikan
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Medicine
  • Author:
    Raphael Ikan
  • ISBN:
    9812705694
  • ISBN13:
    978-9812705693
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  • Publisher:
    World Scientific Pub Co Inc; 1 edition (December 31, 2007)
  • Pages:
    604 pages
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    Medicine
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This book covers the following topics of natural products: cannabinoids; toxic constituents from marine sources; natural sweeteners; generation of wines; biological markers; pheromones of insects and mammals; pest management; and secondary natural chemicals formed by microorganisms.

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The field of the chemistry of natural products is so immense that it embraces an almost limitless scope of the compound types. This book covers the following topics of natural products: cannabinoids; toxic constituents from marine sources; natural sweeteners; generation of wines; biological markers; pheromones of insects and mammals; pest management; and secondary natural chemicals formed by microorganisms. It contains specialized work that describes the chemistry of separate classes of compounds such as steroids, terpenes, alkaloids, sugars, carotenoids, fatty acids and so on.

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547 S425 (Browse Shelf). The topics in this book are unlikely to be found in general chemistry courses.

Raphael Ikan (Ed): Selected Topics in the Chemistry of Natural Products, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pt. Basic information about some other natural products, their properties, production and application, including: vitamins, plant pigments, antibiotics, depsides, lignins, tannins. Pte. Ltd, 2008. Labwork: 0 points (7 hours a week).

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What is unique about this book? This book is intended for undergraduates, graduates and scientists in general. It introduces certain topics of natural products which are only taught in institutes of higher learning. Despite the fact that there exists a vast literature devoted principally or entirely to naturally occurring compounds, there are very few books or monographs of moderate length that provide an overall view of the field. There are many aspects of natural products that deserve a special emphasis unlikely to be encountered in a conventional course on organic chemistry. Among them are biosynthesis; metabolic transformations; and physiological and biological properties of some of the natural products. The field of the chemistry of natural products is so immense that it embraces an almost limitless scope of the compound types.This book covers the following topics of natural products: cannabinoids; toxic constituents from marine sources; natural sweeteners; generation of wines; biological markers; pheromones of insects and mammals; pest management; and secondary natural chemicals formed by microorganisms. It contains specialized work that describes the chemistry of separate classes of compounds such as steroids, terpenes, alkaloids, sugars, carotenoids, fatty acids and so on. It also includes data on compounds isolated from various classes of organisms such as lichens, bacteria and fungi, which are usually treated in special monographs. The topics in this book are unlikely to be found in general chemistry courses.