Phytochemistry, 3-Volume Set : Volume 1: Fundamentals, Modern Techniques, and Applications; Volume 2: Pharmacognosy, Nanomedicine, and Contemporary Issues; Volume 3: Marine Sources, Industrial Applications, and Recent Advances book cover
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Phytochemistry, 3-Volume Set
Volume 1: Fundamentals, Modern Techniques, and Applications; Volume 2: Pharmacognosy, Nanomedicine, and Contemporary Issues; Volume 3: Marine Sources, Industrial Applications, and Recent Advances

ISBN 9781774635230
Published March 31, 2021 by Apple Academic Press
1806 Pages 40 Color & 177 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The 3-volume set, Phytochemistry, covers a wide selection of topics in phytochemistry and provides a wealth of information on the fundamentals, new applications, methods and modern analytical techniques, state-of-the-art approaches, and computational techniques. With chapters from professional specialists in their fields from around the world, the volumes deliver a comprehensive coverage of phytochemistry.

Phytochemistry is a multidisciplinary field, so this book will appeal to students in both upper-level students, faculty, researchers, and industry professionals in a number of fields, including biological science, biochemistry, pharmacy, food and medicinal chemistry, systematic botany and taxonomy, ethnobotany, conservation biology, plant genetic and metabolomics, evolutionary sciences, and plant pathology.

Table of Contents

Phytochemistry, Volume 1: Fundamentals, Modern Techniques, and Applications

Part 1: Fundamentals Of Phytochemistry

1. Introduction to Phytochemistry

C. Egbuna et al.

2. Biosynthesis of Phytochemicals

H. Tijjani, C. Egbuna, and Luka D. Carrol

3. Mechanisms of Plant Defense Against Pathogens: Phytoalexins Induction

Hanan M. AL-Yousef and Musarat Amina

4. Biological Roles of Phytochemicals

Onyekere Peculiar Feenna et al.

5. Phytochemicals as Immunomodulators

Behnaz Aslanipour

6. Phytochemicals as Nutraceuticals and Pharmafoods

Anywar Godwin

7. The Role of Phytochemistry in Plant Classification: Phytochemotaxonomy

Felix Ifeanyi Nwafor and Ifeoma Celestina Orabueze

8. Plant Metabolomics

Sagar Satish Datir and Rakesh Mohan Jha

Part 2: Methods And Techniques

9. Phytochemical Extraction, Isolation and Detection Techniques

Banjo, Temitope Temitayo et al.

10. Techniques in Phytochemotaxonomy

Felix Ifeanyi Nwafor and Ifeoma Celestina Orabueze

11. Chromatographical Techniques in Phytochemical Research

Sumera Javad and Shagufta Naz

12. UV/Visible Spectroscopy and HPLC in Phytochemical Analysis: An Introduction

Ade Kujore

13. HPLC and HPTLC as Sophisticated Tools in Phytochemical Analysis

 Deepa R. Verma and Rohan V. Gavankar

14. Analytical Techniques in Elemental Profiling

Andrew G. Mtewa and Annu Amanjot

15. Phytochemical Test Methods

C. Egbuna, et al.

16. Animal Models in Phytopharmacology

Ahmed A. Adedeji, Mulkah O. Ajagun-Ogunleye, and Marta Vicente-Crespo

17. Toxicological Testing of Plant Products

Monica Neagu and Carolina Constantin

18. Role of Biostatistics in Phytochemical Research: Emphasis on Essential Oil Studies

S. Zafar Haider et al.

Part 3: Computational Phytochemistry

19. Computational Phytochemistry in Drug Discovery: Databases and Tools

Sugumari Vallinayagam, Karthikeyan Rajendran, and Vigneshkumar Sekar

20. Stemness Modulation by Phytochemicals to Target Cancer Stem Cells

Prem Prakash Kushwaha, Pushpendra Singh, and Shashank Kumar

21. Targeting Cancer Cell Carbohydrate Metabolism by Phytochemicals

Swastika Dash, Prem Prakash Kushwaha, and Shashank Kumar

22. Herbal Drug Discovery: The Envision Biotechnology Approach

A. Nagy

Part 4: Phytochemical Research

23. GC-MS Analysis and In Vitro Anticancer Activity of Tectona grandis Bark Extract Against Human Breast Cancer Cell Line (MCF-7)

R. Arul Priya, K. Saravanan, and B. Umarani

24. Phytochemical Analysis of Nigella sativa L. Seeds Aqueous Extract by GC-MS and FTIR

N. Shaista Jabeen et al.

25. Phytochemical Studies on Five Nigerian Indigenous Vegetables

O. I. Faleyimu, T. Solomon, and A. J. Adebayo.

Phytochemistry, Volume 2: Pharmacognosy, Nanomedicine, and Contemporary Issues

Part 1: Ethnomedicine And Pharmacognosy

1. Pharmacognosy and Prehistoric Uses of Medicinal Plants

Chukwuebuka Egbuna, Nadia Sharif, and N. Shaista Jabeen

2. Complementary and Alternative Systems of Medicines

Vinesh Kumar and Yogita Sharma

3. Ethnobotanical Study of Indigenous Peoples’ Medicinal Plants

Felix Ifeanyi Nwafor and Stella I. Inya-Agha

4. Herbal Medicine: A Case Study of Nigerian Medicinal Plants

A. Oyedepo, Temitope

5. Plant Species Utilized for Ethnoveterinary Practices in India

V. Lakshminarayana and G. M. Narasimha Rao

Part 2: Medicinal Potentials Of Phytochemicals

6. Antioxidants and Phytochemicals

Chukwuebuka Egbuna

7. Roles of Phytochemicals in the Prevention and Treatment of Various Diseases

Intan Soraya Che Sulaiman, Shibani Sukhi, and Azham Mohamad

8. Phytochemicals as Oxidative Stress Mitigators

Ashutosh Gupta and Abhay K. Pandey

9. Antimicrobial Medicinal Plants as Effective Natural Bioresources

Jaya Vikas Kurhekar

10. Medicinal Plants with Anti-Venom Activities

Habibu Tijjani and Chukwuebuka Egbuna

11. Medicinal Potentials of Green Tea

Frederick O. Ujah

12. Antioxidant Potentials of Cinnamon

S. Zafar Haider et al.

13. Phytochemical as the Hope for the Treatment of Hepatic and Neuronal Disorders

Swagata Das et al.

14. Role of Phytochemicals in the Treatment of Male Infertility

Vijaykumar K. Parmar and Ketan Variya

15. Roles of Medicinal Plants in the Treatment of Cancer

Prabhat Upadhyay et al.

16. Methylated Flavonoids as a Novel Inhibitor of Metastasis in the Cancer Cell

Prem Prakash Kushwaha, Pushpendra Singh, and Shashank Kumar

17. Medicinal Roles of Phytomolecules in the Treatment and Management of Diabetes Mellitus

Maria Aslam, Sidra Khalid, and Hafsa Kamran

18. Roles of Phytomolecules in the Treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy

Rashmi Shukla, Prabhat Upadhyay, and Yamini B. Tripathi

19. Phytochemicals as Protagonist for the Treatment and Management of Autoimmune Diseases

Pragya Mishra, Parjanya Kumar Shukla, and Raghvendra Raman Mishra

Part 3: Nanoparticle Biosynthesis And Its Biomedical Applicationsm

20. Green Biosynthesis of Metallic Nanoparticles

Seshu Vardhan Pothabathula, Prem Prakash Kushwaha, and Shashank Kumar

21. Cytotoxicity and Biomedical Applications of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Synthesized from Plants

Hii Yiik Siang et al.

22. Biosynthesis of Carbon Dot’s Nanoparticles from Plants

Hameed Shah and Ashfaq Ahmad Khan

Part 4: Phytochemicals As Friends And Foes

23. Toxic Plants and Phytochemicals

Chukwuebuka Egbuna et al.

24. Phytochemicals as Prooxidants

Andrew G. Mtewa

25. Phytochemical as an Antinutrient

Chukwuebuka Egbuna

Phytochemistry, Volume 3: Marine Sources, Industrial Applications, and Recent Advances

Part 1: Marine Sources Of Secondary Metabolites

1. Phytochemicals of Marine Origin

Nadia Sharif et al.

2. Marine Sponge Alkaloids: A Source of Novel Anticancer Agent

Musarat Amina and Hanan M. Al-Yousef

3. Marine Antioxidants and Assay Methods

Onyeka Kingsley Nwosu and David Okechukwu Okeke

4. Extraction of Marine Phytochemicals: Methods and Techniques

Nadia Sharif, Neelma Munir, and Shagufta Naz

Part 2: Industrial And Medicinal Applications Of Phytochemicals

5. Biotechnology Approach to the Production of Phytochemicals: An Introduction

Hameed Shah et al.

6. Secondary Metabolites Accumulation and Production through In Vitro Cultures

Hussien M. Daffalla and Azza Migdam Elsheikh

7. Practical Processes Involved in the Production of Phytochemicals by Plant Tissue Culture

Hanan M. Al-Yousef

8. Medicinal and Industrial Applications of Bromelain

Ramesh Kumar and Abhay K. Pandey

9. Cysteine Proteases from Plants and Its Applications

Juan Abreu Payrol et al.

10. Phytotherapy and Encapsulation

Şaban Keskin, Merve Keskin, and Sevgi Kolaylı

11. Effective Processing Methods for Fruits and Vegetables

Maria Aslam, Sidra Khalid, and Hafsa Kamran

Part 3: Environmental Concerns And Eco-Friendly Control Measures

12. Effects of Environmental Factors on the Accumulation of Phytochemicals in Plants

Sechene Stanley Gololo

13. Effects of Environment on the Chemical Constituents and Biological Characteristics of Some Medicinal Plants

Vinesh Kumar and Yogita Sharma

14. Phytochelatins and Heavy Metal Tolerance in Plants

Maria Catherine B. Otero and Genevieve D. Tupas

15. Phytochemical Biopesticides

Olumayowa Vincent Oriyomi

16. Sustainable Approach in Integrated Pest Management: Role of Phytomolecules as Biopesticide

Rakesh Kumar Gupta, Prem Prakash Kushwaha, and Shashank Kumar

17. Essential Oil in Pest Control and Disease Management

Arvind Saroj et al.

18. Inhibition of Mild Steel Corrosion in Acidic Media by Phytochemicals

Basu Maan Daas

Part 4: Recent Advances

19. Novel Terpenoids as Anticancer Stem Cell Agents

Rebati Malik et al.

20. Evaluation of the Phytohemagglutinin Activities of Echinacea Species in Ontogenesis

Sergey V. Pospelov

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Chukwuebuka Egbuna is a chartered chemist, a chemical analyst, and an academic researcher. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Chemists of Nigeria (ICCON), the Nigerian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NSBMB), and the Society of Quality Assurance (SQA) (USA).

Jonathan Chinenye Ifemeje, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Nigeria.

Stanley Udedi Chidi, PhD, is a Full Professor of Biochemistry at the Department of Applied Biochemistry, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, (UNIZIK), Awka, Nigeria.

Shashank Kumar, PhD, is working as Assistant Professor at the Center for Biochemistry and Microbial Sciences, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, India.

Jaya Vikas Kurhekar, PhD (microbiology), MBA (human resources), is presently the Head and Associate Professor in Microbiology, teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students, in the Department of Microbiology at the college Dr. Patangrao Kadam Mahavidyalaya, Sangli, India.

Nadia Sharif, PhD, is currently working as a Visiting Lecturer at the Biotechnology Department of Lahore College for Women, University, Lahore, Pakistan.