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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    R.B. Herbert
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    0412275406
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    Springer; 2nd ed. edition (March 30, 1989)
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    232 pages
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The results described are the fruit of thirty years' labour in the field of secondary metabolism.

The results described are the fruit of thirty years' labour in the field of secondary metabolism. Secondary metabolism, more than any other part of the chemistry of life, has been the special preserve of organic chemists. Investigation of secondary metabolism began with curiosity about the structures of compounds isolated from natural sources, . secondary metabolites.

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The Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites by R B Herbert

The Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites by R B Herbert. 3. Biosynthesis and Molecular Genetics of Fungal Secondary Metabolites, Volume 2 (Fungal Biology) by Susanne Zeilinger and Juan-Francisco Martín.

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Finding new secondary metabolites is a prerequisite for the. development of novel pharmaceuticals, and . treatment of infectious diseases. This Thematic Series on the. biosynthesis and function of secondary metabolites deals with. development of novel pharmaceuticals, and this is an especially. the discovery of new biologically active compounds from all. kinds of sources, including plants, bacteria, and fungi, and also.

The production of many secondary metabolites, including antibiotics, is coupled with morphological differentiation. These PKSs are involved in the biosynthesis of aromatic bacterial products such as actinorhodin, tetracenomycin, and doxorubicin. Indeed, we observe a greater production of secondary metabolites during the transition from vegetative growth to aerial growth. During this change in growth type, partial lysis of the mycelium vegetation takes place to provide the necessary nutrients for the creation of aerial mycelium; this release of nutrients could attract competitors.

All Databases Assembly Biocollections BioProject BioSample BioSystems Books ClinVar Conserved Domains dbGaP dbVar Gene . Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites. from KEGG source record: eoj01110 Type: pathway.

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The Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites (Softcover Reprint of the Origi) This is a book about experiments and results of experiments. The results described are the fruit of thirty years' labour in the field of secondary metabolism. Secondary metabolism, more than any other part of the chemistry of life, has been the special pr. Specifications.

Flavonoids Biosynthesis of Glycosides The term ‘glycoside’ is a very general one which embraces all the many and varied . The biosynthesis of cholesterol involves cyclization of aliphatic triterpene-squalene.

Flavonoids Biosynthesis of Glycosides The term ‘glycoside’ is a very general one which embraces all the many and varied combinations of sugars and aglycones The metabolic process of glycoside formation essentially consists of two parts. The scheme for biogenesis of some of the aglycones is shown in the following figure.

The chief purpose of such new editions is to bring the text up to date. This I have tried to do. The danger with such endeavours is that the book becomes corpulent. This I have tried to avoid. In so doing I am evermore conscious of how much material has had to be omitted. As before the references (ca. 770 of them) which are cited are intended in part to provide the reader with access to material that has been omitted. I am deeply grateful to Mrs Marjorie Romanowicz for preparing the typed manuscript for this edition with customary accuracy and efficiency, to my wife Margaret for checking the references, and to research students Karl Cable, Lucy Hyatt, Mashupye Kgaphola and Andrew Knaggs for helping with the checking of the manuscript. Richard Herbert April 1988 Preface to the first edition This is a book about experiments and results of experiments. The results described are the fruit of thirty years' labour in the field of secondary metabolism. Secondary metabolism, more than any other part of the chemistry of life, has been the special preserve of organic chemists. Investigation of secondary metabolism began with curiosity about the structures of compounds isolated from natural sources, i.e. secondary metabolites. Coeval with structure determination there has been a curiosity about the origins and mechanism of formation of secondary metabolites (or natural products as they have been called). It is the experimental outcome of this curiosity that is described here.