Plant-Based Natural Products. Derivatives and Applications

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  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The book deals with novel applications of plant derived natural agents and their derivatives in the food, textile dyeing, medicinal, and environmental areas.

Plant based natural products and their derivatives have strong influence on our everyday lives. They are needed for many everyday applications ranging from food, medicine, agriculture, textiles, and healthcare. This new book presents significant research advances about the use of plant–based natural products, mainly dyes and pigments, bioactive compounds and other plant extracts in the textile coloration, food, medicine, bioremediation and environmental applications. The topics of the ten informative chapters in Plant–Based Natural Products include the following: potential resurgence of natural dyes in applied fields; natural colorants from indigoid rich plants; phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of Butea monosperma plant; irradiation as novel pretreatment methods to improve wash fastness properties of plant derived natural dyes; dyeing studies with colorants extracted from the Lawsonia inermis plant; effect of drumstick leaf powder incorporation on quality of khakhra; physico–chemical properties of pineapple pomace powder and its incorporation in buffalo meat products; synthesis of curcumin complexes for medicinal and other industrial uses and phyto–remediation of toxic arsenic from wastewaters.

This book is a useful reference for academics, engineers and post–graduate students working in the fields of dyes and pigments, medicinal chemistry, bioremediation and environmental sciences, textiles, and materials science.

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 Preface xiii

1 Potential Resurgence of Natural Dyes in Applied Fields 1Shahid Adeel, Sana Rafi, Mahwish Salman, Fazal–Ur–Rehman and Shazia Abrar

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 History 3

1.3 Advantages of Natural Dyes 4

1.4 Classification 5

1.5 Methods of Extraction and Dyeing 10

1.6 Potential Application of Natural Dyes 12

1.7 Conclusion 20

Acknowledgment 20

References 20

2 Natural Dyes from Indigoid–Rich Plants: An Overview 27Mohd Yusuf and Shahid–ul–Islam

2.1 Introduction to Natural Dyes 27

2.2 Indigoid Dyes: An Overview 29

2.4 Safety Aspects and Sustainability 43

2.5 Conclusion and Future Outlook 43

References 44

3 Phytochemical and Pharmacological Aspects of Butea monosperma L. 47Shahid–ul–Islam, Mohd Yusuf and Faqeer Mohammad

3.1 Introduction 48

3.2 Phytochemical Aspects 49

3.3 Sterols 52

3.4 Imides 52

3.5 Terpenoids 54

3.6 Miscellaneous Compounds 55

3.7 Biological Activities 55

3.8 Conclusion 61

References 61

4 Radiation Pretreatment: A Potential Novel Technology to Improve Fastness Properties of Plant–Derived Natural Dyes 65Shahid Adeel, Shumaila Kiran, Sana Rafi, Tayyaba Ayesha, Fazal–Ur–Rehman, Tahsin Gulzar and M.Zuber

4.1 Introduction 66

4.2 Chemistry of Fabrics 69

4.3 Mordants and their Classification  73

4.4 Radiation and its Role in Dyeing  76

4.5 Applications of Mordants  78

4.6 Conclusion  81

Acknowledgments 81

References 82

5 Natural Colorant from Lawsonia inermis Leaves: Reflectance Spectroscopy–Induced Optimal Conditions of Extraction and Dyeing 89Mohd Yusuf and Faqeer Mohammad

5.1 Introduction 89

5.2 Materials and Methods 91

5.3 Results and Discussion 93

5.4 Conclusion 98

Acknowledgement 100

References 100

6 Plant Food By–products and their Application in Food Industry 103Kaiser Younis, Ovais Shafiq Qadri, Khalid Bashir and Shahid–ul–Islam

6.1 Introduction 103

6.2 Plant Origin Food By–products 105

6.3 Effects on the Quality Parameters of Food Products Incorporated with Plant By–products 112

6.4 Conclusion 121

References 122

7 Effect of Drumstick Leaves (Moringa oleifera) Incorporation on Quality of Khakhra 129TaranjitKaur Maghu, Alka Sharma and Kaiser Younis

7.1 Introduction 130

7.2 Materials and Methods 131

7.3 Results and Discussions 134

Conclusion 142

Acknowledgments 142

References 142

8 Curcumin and Its Derivatives – Isolation, Synthesis, and Applications 145Ovas Ahmad Dar, Manzoor Ahmad Malik, Shahid–ul–Islam, Parveez Gull and Athar Adil Hashmi

8.1 Introduction 145

8.2 Isolation 147

8.3 Metal Complexes as Derivatives of Curcumin 147

8.4 Applications of Curcumin and its Derivatives 156

8.5 Conclusions and Future Perspective 166

Abbreviations 167

References 168

9 Investigating the Functional Properties of Pineapple Pomace Powder and Its Incorporation in Buffalo Meat Products 175Kaiser Younis and Saghir Ahmad

9.1 Introduction 175

9.2 Materials and Methods 176

9.3 Results and Discussion 180

Conclusion 189

Acknowledgment 190

References 190

10 Green Adsorbents from Plant Sources for the Removal of Arsenic: An Emerging Wastewater Treatment Technology 193Sharf Ilahi Siddiqui, Saif Ali Chaudhry and Shahid–ul–Islam

10.1 Introduction 194

10.2 Arsenic Toxicity 195

10.3 Detoxification and Remediation of Arsenic 196

10.4 Adsorption as an Emerging Technology 197

10.5 Mechanism Followed by Green Adsorbent 205

10.6 Water Constraints Effect on Green Adsorbent 207

10.7 Regeneration of Green Adsorbent 208

10.8 Advantages, Shortcomings, and Recent Advances 210

10.9 Conclusion and Future Prospects 211

Acknowledgment 211

References 211

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Shahid–ul–Islam is a researcher at the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. His current research interests include green chemistry, dyes & pigments, thermodynamics and kinetics of colorants, and polymeric nanocomposites. He has numerous academic publications in international journals of high repute to his credit.

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