Chemistry and Biology, Vol 51. The Alkaloids

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  • Book
  • 439 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Chemistry and Biology is a celebration of the outstanding contributions to the field by Professor R.H.F. Manske, who founded the series in 1950. This special volume demonstrates the dramatic changes in alkaloidchemistry since then. It also offers a unique overview of recent developments in major areas of alkaloid chemistry and biology and looks at how these areas will develop in the future. These fourteen contributions are written by many of the leading alkaloid chemists in the world, and thus comprise a unique view of alkaloids and their contributions to the health and well-being of humankind.

- Unique contributions from twenty of the world's leading alkaloid chemists- Critical reviews of the major progress in alkaloid chemistry- Considered commentary on the future of alkaloid chemistry- State-of-the-art insight into the role of alkaloids in the health sciences, biotechnology, and the elucidation of fundamental biological processes

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J.E. Saxton, Alkaloids of the Aspidospermine Group. M.A.J. Miah, T. Hudlicky, and J.W. Reed, Cephalotaxus Alkaloids. T. Fujii and M. Ohba, The Ipecac Alkaloids and Related Bases. O. Hoshino, The Amaryllidaceae Alkaloids. Cumulative Index of Titles. Subject Index.
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Cordell, Geoffrey A.

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