Alexander V. Kutchin, Lyudmila N. Shishkina, Larissa I. Weisfeld
July 6, 2017
by Apple Academic Press
Reference - 358 Pages - 122 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781771885607 - CAT# N11868
July 28, 2017
by Apple Academic Press
Reference - 358 Pages - 122 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781315207469 - CAT# NE12165
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Chemistry and Technology of Plant Substances: Chemical and Biochemical Aspects demonstrates the progress and promise of developing new chemical substances from renewable sources of chemical raw materials. The volume brings together new achievements in the field of research and processing of plant raw materials and the synthesis of natural compounds for the production of biologically active substances and drugs. The volume looks closely at the rational use of renewable raw materials, which is the source of new compounds and intermediates for the chemical industry. It covers a wide range of problems associated with the use of the components of plants to produce new substances with a wide variety of purposes.
According to the latest estimates, plants form about a million chemical substances. In some cases, plant products have pharmacological or biological activity that can be of therapeutic benefit in treating diseases. In addition, due to the structural diversity of plant material, chemical synthesis is easily reachable. Synthetic analogs of natural products with improved potency and safety can be prepared by chemical synthesis. Such synthetic analogs are safer for humans. Plant materials are often used as starting points for drug discovery. Chemistry and Technology of Plant Substances: Chemical and Biochemical Aspects presents the theoretical trends and recent practical achievements on complex processing of plant-based raw materials. Low molecular weight components, isolated from plant material, are widely used in fine organic synthesis. High molecular weight polysaccharides of conifers and other greens, such as pectin and hemicellulose, are the basis for the creation of anticoagulants and other drugs. The range of research papers presented in the book is quite wide: from fundamental and applied problems of wood chemistry and organic synthesis to biological activity of natural compounds.
The book provides valuable information for those skilled in organic chemistry, chemical engineers, researchers and scientists as well as for faculty and upper-level students.
This volume, Chemistry and Technology of Plant Substances: Chemical and Biochemical Aspects, was created on the initiative of Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) and the Institute of Chemistry of Komi Scientific Center of Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Syktyvkar).
Synthesis and Transformations of 2, 3-Secotriterpene Derivatives of Betulin
Irina A. Tolmacheva, Natalia V. Galaiko, Ekaterina V. Igosheva, Anastasiya V. Konysheva, Alexey V. Nazarov, Gulnaz F. Krainova, Marina N. Gorbunova, Eugene I. Boreko, Vladimir F. Eremin, and Victoria V. Grishko
Synthesis and Membrane-Protective Properties of Sulfur-Containing Derivatives of Monoterpenoides with Monosaccharide Fragments
Aleksandr V. Kutchin, Svetlana V. Pestova, Evgeny S. Izmest'ev, Oksana G. Shevchenko, and Svetlana A. Rubtsova
The Synthesis and Properties of New Oxygen and Nitrogen Containing Terpene Acid Derivatives
Maksim P. Bei and Anatolij P. Yuvchenko
Structural and Chemical Modification of Cellulose in Phosphotungstic Acid: Formic Acid System and Sulfation Prepared Derivatives
Elena V. Udoratina and Michael A. Torlopov
Effect of Complexation with Phospholipids and Polarity of Medium on the Reactivity of Phenolic Antioxidants
Lyudmila N. Shishkina, Lidiya I. Mazaletskaya, Kseniya M. Marakulina, Yuliya K. Lukanina, Irina G. Plashchina, and Nataliya I. Sheludchenko
Biocatalytic Conversion of Lignocellulose Materials to Fatty Acids and Ethanol with Subsequent Esterification
Sergey D. Varfolomeev, Marina A. Gladchenko, Sergey N. Gaydamaka, Valentina P. Murygina, Violetta B. Volieva, Nona L. Komissarova, Farid M. Gumerov, Rustem A. Usmanov, and Elena V. Koversanova
Mechanism of Ammonia Immobilization by Peat and Obtaining of Peat-Based Sorbent
Alexander R. Tsyganov, Aleksey Em. Tomson, Victor P. Strigutskiy, Victoriya S. Pehtereva, Tamara V. Sokolova, Svetlana B. Selyanina, Marina V. Trufanova, and Tamara Ig. Ponomareva
Problem of Modification of Technical Lignins Using Acylation Method
Andrey V. Protopopov, Danil D. Efryushin, and Vadim V. Konshin
Compounds of Plant Origin as AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Activators
Daria S. Novikova, Gleb S. Ivanov, Alexander V. Garabadzhiu, and Viacheslav G. Tribulovich
Effects of Low Doses of Savory Essential Oil Dietary Supplementation on Lifetime and the Fatty Acid Composition of the Ageing Mice Tissues
Tamara A. Misharina, Valery N. Yerokhin, and Lujdmila D. Fatkullina
Technology for Obtaining of Biopreparations and Investigation of Their Effectiveness
Tatyana V. Khurshkainen and Alexander V. Kutchin
Plant Growth and Development Regulators and Their Effect on the Functional State of Mitochondria
Irina V. Zhigacheva and Elena B. Burlakova
Amaranth: Bioindicator of Toxic Soils
Sarra A. Bekuzarova, Johnny G. Kachmazov, and Ekaterina S. Ayskhanova
Antiradical Properties of Essential Oils and Extracts from Spices
Tamara A. Misharina and Ekaterina S. Alinkina
The Chemical Composition of Essential Oils from Wild-Growing and Intoduced Plants of the Astrakhan Region
Anatoly V. Velikorodov, Vyacheslav B. Kovalev, Svyatoslav B. Nosachev, Alexey G. Tyrkov, Maria V. Petelina, and Ekaterina V. Shchepetova
Knowledgeably compiled and co-edited, [the book] covers a wide range of problems associated with the use of the components of plants to produce new substances with a wide variety of purposes. . . . Represents a body of impressively informative and seminal scholarship which is unreservedly recommended for corporate, college, and university library Contemporary Chemistry Science collections in general, and Biochemistry supplemental studies reading lists in particular, as well as being of immense and enduring value for students, faculty members, researchers, and scientists in the fields of organic chemistry and chemical engineering."
— MBR Bookwatch: August 2017, reviewed by Micah Andrew
"Very interesting and timely material. The organization of the book is convenient and allows for the focus on a few different elements of the study of plant materials—on various aspects of obtaining and studying properties of raw materials on the one hand, and evaluation of the biological activity of a plant-derived product, on the other hand. I am pleased to recommend this book by a multidisciplinary team of authors. The interesting experimental data presented by the authors will be useful to a wide range of researchers and experts in technology acquisition and processing of plant raw materials."
—Professor Ilya N. Kurochkin, Director, Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia