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Despite of the enormous potential, only a minor fraction of globe’s living species has ever been tested for any bioactivity. For instance, approximately only 10% of all existing plant species has been assayed, and in the case of microbes the value is even lower. Natural products have a range of potential applications, including pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, and controls agents for crop pests and diseases. Extracts and bio molecules with promising activity are unscrupulously screened for efficacy to determine if these products have a potential for commercial development.
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Title Comprehensive Bioactive Natural Products Vol 1 : Potential & Challenges Table of Content Biological Activity of Peptides Derived from Marine Organisms (Republic of Korea), Bioactive Natural Products as Anti-Staphylococcal Infections (Thailand), Gymnema sylvester R.Br: Pharmacology Activities, Phytochemical Investigations and In vitro Studies A Historical Review (India), Andirobas of the State of Acre(Brazil): Chemical and Biological Aspects Associated with Use and Management (Brazil), Natural Bioresource of the North Himalayan Region as a Source of Promising Radiation Countermeasure Agents: Lessons from Podophyllum hexandrum (India), Red Ginseng Saponin as a Potential Anti-Obesity Agent (South Korea), Carotenoids in Commercially Important Crustaceans from Indian Marine Waters (India), Therapeutic Uses of Venoms (India), Potentials of Bryophytes for Biotechnological Use (Serbia), Review: Molecular Biology Approach to Viper Venoms (Thailand), Bee-Pollen Therapeutical Value (Portugal), Herbal Products in Healthcare-Challenges and Potential (Pakistan), Anticancer Properties of Plant-Derived Food, Phytochemicals and Plant-Expressed Recombinant Pharmaceuticals (India), Global Medicinal Plants with Anti-HIV Activities (Malaysia), New Fungal Metabolites, as Antifungal and Herbicides and Insecticides for Biocontrol of Agrarian Plants Pests (Italy), On the Potential of Some Natural Colouring Agents: An Overview(UAE). Page No. 444 Author's Name V. K. Gupta Publisher Studium Press LLC Year Of Publication 2010 ISBN 10 1-933699-51-5 ISBN 13 No About The Book No Binding type No Book Size(len) No Series No book size(hei) 9.7 Book size width 6.5 Edition 1st
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