8 edition of Solanaceae and convolvulaceae - secondary metabolites found in the catalog.
Solanaceae and convolvulaceae - secondary metabolites
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.S7 E45 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 637 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||637|
|ISBN 10||3540745408, 3540745416|
|ISBN 10||9783540745402, 9783540745419|
|LC Control Number||2007933490|
Introduction. During our continuous studies on secondary metabolites of the Convolvulaceae, this plant family has been shown to produce a plethora of tropane alkaloids, especially 3-tropanols and their esters (e. g. [1, 2]), as well as some 3,6-disubstituted tropanes  or the polyhydroxylated calystegines .This underlines the chemotaxonomic relationship with their sister family Solanaceae. The calystegines are polyhydroxylated nortropane alkaloids first reported from the Convolvulaceae in but they have also now been found in most genera of the Solanaceae and in one Morus species (Moraceae). We have found them in over 70 varieties of potatoes and also other edible species of the Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae .
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“The handbook Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae secondary metabolites comprises 8 chapters and an appendix with 83 color plates of Solanales species. Most of the references listed at the end of. “The handbook Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae secondary metabolites comprises 8 chapters and an appendix with 83 color plates of Solanales species.
Most of the references listed at the end of 5/5(3). "The handbook Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites comprises 8 chapters and an appendix with 83 color plates of Solanales species.
[ ] Most of the references listed at the end of each chapter provide additional sources for the reader. This book is recommended to anyone interested in studying secondary metabolites."Price Range: £ - £ Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae are sisters represe- ing the two large families of this order.
Their last common ancestor lived about 70 my ago (Durbin et al. The main objective of the author is to focus on aspects of our extensive knowledge of secondary metabolites in the plant kingdom in order to account for the specific competitiveness and productivity of these two large Solanales.
This comprehensive and interdisciplinary handbook provides a bird's-eye view of two centuries of research on secondary metabolites of the two large Solanales families, Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae.
Solanaceae and convolvulaceae - secondary metabolites [electronic resource]: biosynthesis, chemotaxonomy, biological and economic significance: a handbook / Eckart Eich. Main author: Eich. This comprehensive and interdisciplinary handbook provides a bird's-eye view of two centuries of research on secondary metabolites of the two large Solanales families, Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae.
In this book they're arranged according to their biosynthetic principles, while the occurrence and chemical structures of almost all known individual secondary metabolites are covered, which are found in hundreds of wild as well as cultivated solanaceous and convolvulaceous.
and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites Biosynthesis, Chemotaxonomy, Biological and Economic Significance This book is based on a multitude of results obtained in botany, phytochemistry, and other biological sciences Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites.
1 Eich, E. () Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites – Biosynthesis, Chemotaxonomy, Biological and Economic Significance (A Handbook). Springer-Verlag Berlin – Heidelberg, pp. 2 Leistner, E. & Steiner U. () Fungal origin of ergoline alkaloids present in dicotyledonous plants (Convolvulaceae).
(Ivo Pischel, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, March, ) The handbook Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae secondary metabolites comprises 8 chapters and an appendix with 83 color plates of Solanales. Seeds of species from this family contain 15–40% fatty oil. Linoleic acid [ (n-6)] was found to be usually the major fatty acid component in genera such as Atropa, Datura, Hyoscyamus, Physalis, and.
Book. Jan ; K.C. Sink; The solanaceous family is one of the most interesting and diverse plant groups among the dicotyledons. Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites. Book. ISBN Eich, Prof. Eckhart,Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites - Biosynthesis, Chemotaxonomy, Biological and Boraginales (1, words) [view diff].
Learn about the comparison between Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae. Comparison # Solanaceae: 1. Habit- Herbs, a few shrubs. Leaves-Simple, alternate, exstipulate. Read Now The Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites PDF Online. AimeeaGrant.
Follow. 4 years ago The Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites Book Online. Urbanissa. Download PDF Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae Secondary Metabolites. in this book. Secondary metabolites also differ from primary metab - olites in having a restricted distribution within the plant kingdom.
That is, certain secondary metabolites are only found in one plant species or related group of species, whereas primary metabolites are found throughout the plant kingdom. Secondary metabolites File Size: 3MB. This comprehensive and interdisciplinary handbook provides a bird s-eye view of two centuries of research on secondary metabolites of the two large Solanales families, Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae.
Tropane alkaloids are a class of bicyclic  alkaloids and secondary metabolites that contain a tropane ring in their chemical structure. Tropane alkaloids occur naturally in many members of the plant family Solanaceae. Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Full title: The handbook of plant metabolomics [electronic resource] edited by Wolfram Weckwerth and G©¼nter Kahl.
Plants > Metabolism > Handbooks, manuals, etc. Plant metabolites > Handbooks, manuals, etc. Electronic books. Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts. searching for Solanaceae 49 found ( total) alternate case: solanaceae Tomatine (3, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article ().
"The bitter side of the nightshades: Genomics drives discovery in Solanaceae steroidal alkaloid metabolism. Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolites: Biosynthesis, Chemotaxonomy, OF THIS PDF: Eckart. Solanaceae and. 4 Tryptophan-derived Alkaloids I. jujujensis O’Donell Clavines: 1, 4, 7 Eich, Chanoclavine-I acid, a unique metabolite File Size: 6MB.Tropane alkaloids are a group of secondary metabolites with hallucinogenic properties.
Some, such as atropine and scopolamine, are used in medicine. Tropane alkaloids are abundant in Solanaceae and .Within Solanales, Montiniaceae were found to be sister to [Solanaceae + Convolvulaceae] (B.
Bremersee also Soltis & Soltis ). D.alsoas Nolanaceae) and Eich (), for the evolution of secondary metabolites.