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The Science of Flavonoids

Author By : Erich Grotewold
Genres : 2005, Medical
Publisher : Springer
ISBN-10 : 038728821X
Pages : 274
Chapters :
Publish Date : December 16, 2005
File Type : PDF
Language : English
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This book aims at the study of flavonoids and their pigments that are the basics of the modern genetic research. With the passage of time this study has becoming more intense than ever. It has put light on the applications of the flavonoids.

Since many years it has been witness the study of these flavonoids and pigments is becoming part of the chemistry and bio synthesis but this book has focused on the application of these as nutraceuticals and even as pharmaceutical. Students can grasp about their role as signal molecules within the plants and with the other organisms.

It has full coverage for the all emerged fields of flavonoids since the last published volume in 1990 along with research work and their applications. Content of the book has been organized in such a way that each chapter has the combination of chemistry, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology and even genetics to cover up the significant challenges that are being faced in the science of flavonoids.

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