Hafiz Ansar Rasul Suleria, Megh R. Goyal, Masood Sadiq Butt
Apple Academic Press
November 30, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 332 Pages - 7 Color & 5 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781771887953 - CAT# K417893
Series: Innovations in Plant Science for Better Health
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Phytochemicals from Medicinal Plants: Scope, Applications and Potential Health Claims explores the importance of medicinal plants and their potential benefits for human health. This book looks at bioactive compounds from medicinal plants, the health benefits of bioactive compounds, the applications of plant-based products in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
The first section discusses available sources of bioactive compounds from medicinal plants, biochemistry, structural composition, potential biological activities, and how bioactive molecules are isolated from medicinal plants. The authors examine the applications of bioactive molecules from a health perspective, looking at the pharmacological aspects of medicinal plants, the phytochemical and biological activities of different natural products, and ethnobotany/and medicinal properties, and also present a novel dietary approach for disease management. The book goes on to examine the plant-based products are used and can be used in various sectors of the food and pharmaceutical industries.
Part 1: Bioactive Compounds from Medicinal Plants
1. Phytochemicals from Traditional Medicinal Plants
R. N. Raji et al.
2. Plant-Based Secondary Metabolites for Health Benefits: Classification and Processing
Monika Sharma et al.
3. Ethnobotanical Survey for Managing Selected Noncommunicable Diseases: A Case Study in Nigeria
Adejo Godwin Ojochogu et al.
Part 2: Bioactive Compounds and Health Potentials
4. Bioflavonoids: Sources, Types, and Nutraceutical Maneuvers
Muhammad Sajid Arshad et al.
5. Antidiabetic Potential of Medicinal Mushrooms
Vivek K. Chaturvedi, Sushil K. Dubey, and M. P. Singh
6. Natural Carotenoids: Weapon Against Life-Style Related Disorders
Umair Shabbir et al.
7. Edible Vaccine: Journey from Mushroom to Syringe
Vivek K. Chaturvedi et al.
Part 3: Scope and Applications Of Plant-Based Products
8. Natural Products as Economical Agents for Antioxidant Activity
Nida Nazar et al.
9. Potential Significance of Proteases: Sources and Applications
Marwa Waheed et al.
10. Microalgal Pigments as Natural Color: Scope and Applications
K. G. Sreekala et al.