|Author||: Christophe Wiart|
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2020-10-23|
|ISBN 10||: 0128168129|
|Pages||: 570 pages|
Medicinal Plants in Asia and Pacific for Parasitic Infections: Botany, Ethnopharmacology, Molecular Basis, and Future Prospect offers an in-depth view into antiprotozoal pharmacology of natural products from medicinal plants in Asia with an emphasis on their molecular basis, cellular pathways, and cellular targets. This book provides scientific names, botanical classifications, botanical description, medicinal uses, chemical constituents and antiprotozoal activity of more than 100 Asian medicinal plants, with high quality original botanical plates, chemical structures, and pharmacological diagrams and lists hundreds of carefully selected references. It also examines the pharmacological and medicinal applications of Asian medicinal plants especially in drug development for protozoan prevention and treatment. Medicinal Plants in Asia and Pacific for Parasitic Infections is a research tool and resource for the discovery of leads for the treatment of protozoal diseases based on interrelated botanical, biochemical, ethnopharmacological, phylogenetic, pharmacological, and chemical information. A critical reference for any researcher involved in the discovery of leads for the treatment of antiprotozoal leads From Asian medicinal plants Written by an expert in the field, this truly unique text fills an important niche do to the increasing global interest in botanical drugs Provide scientific names, botanical classification, botanical description, medicinal uses, chemical constituents and pharmacological activity of more than 100 Asian plants
This book emphasizes past and current research efforts about principles of natural control of major parasites affecting humans, animals, and crops. Each chapter is a complete and integrated subject that presents a problem and confers on the safe alternatives to chemicals. This book discusses and updates information about three major topics of natural remedies. The first topic is represented in a chapter outlining important information on biological control of parasites, the second topic is represented in three chapters dealing with botanicals as promising antiparasitic agents, and the last four chapters deal with miscellaneous control strategies against parasites. This easily readable book is designed precisely for students as well as professors linked with the field of parasitic control. We enhanced words with breathing areas in the form of graphical abstracts, figures, photographs, and tables.
Drawing on the author's extensive personal experience, Medicinal Plants of Asia and the Pacific provides comprehensive coverage of the medicinal plants of the region. Describing more than 300 compounds, the book discusses every important class of natural products while highlighting cutting-edge research and recent developments. With its broa
Indexing terms used in CRISP (Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects) and in Research grants index. Alphabetical arrangement. Cross references under terms.
|Author||: Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society. Conference|
|Release Date||: 1981|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
Een aantal artikelen over een tweetal onderwerpen: nieuwe natuurlijke produkten en geneeskrachtige middelen uit planten met chemotherapeutische werking; ontwikkelingen t.a.v. isolatietechnieken bij natuurlijke produkten
|Author||: Phytochemical Society of Europe|
|Publisher||: Oxford University Press on Demand|
|Release Date||: 1995|
|Pages||: 408 pages|
There is an increasing interest in natural plant products as a source of new pharmaceuticals and other biologically-active compounds. This is a timely review of the latest advances and trends in a field which is becoming a commercially significant area of investigation for the pharmaceuticalindustry. The pharmacological and phytochemical aspects of different preparations from vegetable sources is a truly interdisciplinary field and this book includes information on ethnopharmacology, selection, isolation and structure determination of plant-derived natural products. Many examples ofdifferent bioassays (in vitro and in vivo test systems) and pharmacological tests are given, providing the reader with an insight of what is presently possible in the study of bioactive plant material.
|Author||: Lyle E. Craker,Linda L. Nolan,Kalidas Shetty|
|Release Date||: 1996|
|Pages||: 669 pages|
|Release Date||: 1893|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
|Author||: Illinois State Academy of Science|
|Release Date||: 1991|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
Vol. 1 covers the organizational meeting, Springfield, Dec. 7, 1907, and the first regular meeting, Decatur, Feb. 22, 1908.