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Allelopathy is a new field of science, as the term ''Allelopathy'' was coined in 1937. However researchers are not using the Standard methods, due to lack of compendium on the Techniques, hence, the results obtained are not easily comparable with each other. Therefore, to make available the Standard methods for conducting allelopathy research independently, this multi-volume book has been planned. Since allelopathy is multi-disciplinary area of research, hence, volumes have been planned for each discipline. Understanding of allelopathic phenomenon and the effect of allelochemicals on receptor plants requires an interdisciplinary approach. The effects of allelochemical action can be detected at different levels of plant organization: molecular, structural, biochemical, physiological and ecological. This book has been written to provide information about all aspects of Plant Biochemistry. It is divided in 3 sections: Section I. Preparation of Plant Materials, has 1 chapter (Extraction and processing of plant material for biochemical assays). Section II. Biochemical Assays, consists of 17 chapters (Amino acids, Proteins, Enzymes, Carbohydrates, Lipids, Nucleic acids, Phenolic compounds, Polyphenols and lignin’s, Terpenoids, Amines, Alkaloids, Cyanogenic compounds, Reactive oxygen species, Antioxidant capacity, Enzymatic antioxidant system, Adenine pyridine nucleotides, Plant Hormones). Section III. Metabolic Processes, has 5 chapters (Brassinosteroids, Photosynthesis, Glycolisis and energy related pathways, Respiration, Nitrate assimilation). Section IV. Appendices (Abbreviations, Chemical formulae and molecular weight of solvents and reagents). This book will serve as ready reference in laboratory/greenhouse/field studies and in class room. It will help to solve many problems of Plant Biochemistry. It will be useful for UG and PG students pursuing allelopathic research in laboratory, greenhouse and field studies and to Biologists and Ecologists. The users of this book can select suitable methods, according to the available facilities.
|Table of Content||SECTION I. PREPARATION OF PLANT MATERIAL, Extraction and Processing of Plant Material for Biochemical Assays Laboratory Bioassays in Allelopathy, SECTION II. BIOCHEMICAL ASSAYS, Amino Acids, Protein, Enzymes, Carbohydrates, Lipids, Nucleic Acids, Phenolic Compounds, Polyphenols, Terpenoids, Amines, Alkaloids, Cyanogenic Compounds, Reactive Oxygen Species, Antioxidant Capacity of Plant Material, Enzymatic Antioxidant System, Adenine and Pyridine Nucleotides, Plant Hormones, SECTION III. METABOLIC PROCESSES, Brassinosteroids, Photosynthesis, Glycolysis and Energy Related Pathways, Respiration, Nitrate Assimilation, SECTION IV. APPENDICES, Abbreviations, Chemical Formulae and Molecular Weight of Solvents and Reagents, Molecular Weight of Organic Compounds, Subject Index, Author Index|
|Author's Name||SS Narwal, R Bogatek, MA Vattuone, BM Zadanska and DA Sampietro|
|Publisher||Studium Press LLC|
|Year Of Publication||2009|
|About The Book||No|
|Book size width||5.9|