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Handbook of Chemical and Biological Plant Analytical Methods, 3 Volume Set
Author/Editor:    Chen, Shilin. Marston, Andrew. Stuppner, Hermann.
Publisher:    John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Pubn Place:    UK
Binding:    hbk.
Physical Media:    book (3 vols)
Pages:    1176
Availability:    Already Published.
Pubn Year:    Aug 2014
LCC:    QK861
DDC:    572.072
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ISBN:   9781119952756
ISBN10:   1119952751
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Description: Plants and plant-derived compounds and drugs are becoming more and more popularwith increasing numbers of scientists researching plant analysis. The qualitycontrol of herbal drugs is also becoming essential to avoid severe healthproblems, and in the future many more new drugs will be developed from plantsources.This three-volume Handbook, featuring 47 detailed review articles, is unique asit deals with chemical and biological methodologies for plant analysis. Itpresents the most important and most accurate methods which are available forplant analysis.This comprehensive work is divided into six sections as follows:Sample preparation and identification ? discussing plant selection andcollection, followed by extraction and sample preparation methodologies.Extraction and sample preparation methodologiesInstrumentation for chemical analysis - several instrumentations for chemicalplant analysis are presented with an emphasis on hyphenated techniques, e.g. thecoupling between HPLC and mass spectroscometry, and HPLC with NMR.Strategies for selective classes of compounds ? coverage of the most interestingclasses of compounds such as polysaccharides, saponins, cardiotonic glycosides,alkaloids, terpenoids, lipids, volatile compounds and polyphenols ( flavonoids,xanthones, coumarins, naphthoquinones, anthraquinones, proanthocyanidins, etc.).Biological Analysis - includes phenotyping, DNA barcoding techniques,transcriptome analysis , microarray, metabolomics and proteomics.Drugs from Plants ? covers the screening of plant extracts  and strategies forthe quick discovery of novel bioactive natural products. Safety assessment ofherbal drugs is highly dependent on outstanding chromatographic andspectroscopic methods which are also featured here.This Handbook introduces to scientists involved in plant studies the currentknowledge of methodologies in various fields of chemically- andbiochemically-related topics in plant research.The content from this Handbook will publish online within the Encyclopedia ofAnalytical Chemistry via Wiley Online Library:http://www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/ref/eacBenefit from the introductory offer, valid until 30 November 2014!Introductory price: £425.00 / $695.00 / ?550.00List price thereafter: £495.00 / $795.00 / ?640.00

Contents: VOLUME IList of Contributors xiPreface xviiIn MemoriamAndrew Marston xixPart One: Sample Preparation and Identification 11 Selection, Identification, and Collection of Plants 3Monique S. J. Simmonds2 Extraction Methodologies: General Introduction 17Valerie Camel3 Supercritical Fluid Extraction 43Seied Mahdi Pourmortazavi, Mehdi Rahimi-Nasrabadi and Somayeh Mirsadeghi4 New Trends in Extraction of Natural Products: Microwave-Assisted Extractionand Pressurized Liquid Extraction 77Philippe Christen and Beatrice Kaufmann5 Solid-Phase Microextraction (SPME) and Its Application to Natural Products 105M. Abdul Mottaleb, Mohammed J. Meziani and M. Rafiq IslamPart Two: Instrumentation for Chemical Analysis 1296 Microscopic Analysis 131Johannes Saukel and Elisabeth Ginko7 Thin-Layer Chromatography, with Chemical and Biological Detection Methods 185Aurelie Urbain and Claudia Avello Simoes-Pires8 HPLC and Ultra HPLC: Basic Concepts 207Veronika R. Meyer9 Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy in Natural Product Research 227Christian W. Huck10 Headspace Sampling and Gas Chromatography: A Successful Combination to Studythe Composition of a Plant Volatile Fraction 245Barbara Sgorbini, Cecilia Cagliero, Chiara Cordero, Erica Liberto, PatriziaRubiolo and Carlo Bicchi11 Analysis of Natural Products by Capillary Electrophoresis and RelatedTechniques 277Markus Ganzera and Anja Kruger12 LC and LC-MS: Techniques and Applications 307Nadja Arens, Stefanie Doell and Hans-Peter Mock13 NMR as Analytical Tool for Crude Plant Extracts 317Anna R. Bilia14 NMR of Small Molecules 349Christoph Seger15 NMR of Large Molecules 361Christoph H. Wunderlich, Sarina Grutsch, Martin Tollinger and Christoph Kreutz16 On-Line and At-Line LC-NMR and Related Micro-NMR Methods 379Nadine Bohni, Emerson F. Queiroz and Jean-Luc Wolfender17 New Developments of Laser Desorption Ionization Mass Spectrometry in PlantAnalysis 411Andreas Schinkovitz, Denis Seraphin and Pascal RichommeVOLUME IIList of Contributors xiPreface xviiIn MemoriamAndrew Marston xixPart Three: Strategies for Selective Classes of Compounds 42518 Analysis of Plant Oligo- and Polysaccharides 427Wolfgang Blaschek19 Analytical Strategies for Multipurpose Studies of a Plant Volatile Fraction447Cecilia Cagliero, Barbara Sgorbini, Chiara Cordero, Erica Liberto, Carlo Bicchiand Patrizia Rubiolo20 Strategies for Lipid Analysis 467Irina A. Guschina and John L. Harwood21 HPLC Analysis of Alkaloids 485Bras Heleno de Oliveira22 Identification and Characterization of Hydroxycinnamates of Six GaliumSpecies from the Rubiaceae Family 505Rakesh Jaiswal, Marius F. Matei, Sagar Deshpande and Nikolai Kuhnert23 Identification and Characterization of Trimeric Proanthocyanidins of TwoMembers of the Rhododendron Genus (Ericaceae) by Liquid ChromatographyMulti-Sta

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