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organic constituents of plants and vegetable substances and their chemical analysis.

by Wittstein, Georg Christoph

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Published by MʼCarron, Bird & Co. in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Analysis

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    StatementBy Dr. G.C. Wittstein. Authorized translation from the German original, enlarged with numerous additions; by Baron Ferd. von Mueller...
    ContributionsMüller, Ferdinand von, 1826-1896, tr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK865 .W83
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 332 p.,
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6960468M
    LC Control Number05030932
    OCLC/WorldCa3673436

    Peter Leinweber, Gerald Jandl, in Advances in Agronomy, 1 Introduction. Organic nitrogen (N org) is an important constituent of soil organic matter (SOM) and, as such, plays a key role in soil N cycling and crop , the mineralization of N org produces microbe- and plant-available forms of N which, in turn, participate in reactions that yield N compounds of concern in. plant chemical compounds or bioactive componen ts are often referred to as phytochemicals (phyto- from Greek - phyto meaning plant) or phytoconstituents and are responsible for protecting the plant against microbial infections or infestations by pests (Abo et al., ;.

    Introduction. Fruits and vegetables have a crucial role in our diet and human life, and therefore the demand for such important food commodities has increased very significantly as a result of the growing world population and the changing dietary habits (Schieber and others ; Vilariño and others ).Examples of the significant amount of fruits produced globally include million. yield and chemical composition of various plant EOs at different phenological stages in O. ciliatum (Moghaddam et al., c), T agetes minuta (Moghaddam et al., a), and Cuminum cyminum.

    Phytosterols and phytostanols, also referred to as plant sterols and stanols, are common plant and vegetable constituents and are therefore normal constituents of the human diet. They are structurally related to cholesterol, but differ from cholesterol in the structure of the side chain. Starch, a white, granular, organic chemical that is produced by all green plants. Starch is a soft, white, tasteless powder that is insoluble in cold water, alcohol, or other solvents. The basic chemical formula of the starch molecule is (C 6 H 10 O 5) n. Starch is a polysaccharide comprising glucose monomers joined in α 1,4 linkages. The.


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The organic constituents of plants and vegetable substances and their chemical analysis [electronic resource] by Wittstein, Georg Christian, ; Mueller, Ferdinand von, The organic constituents of plants and vegetable substances and their chemical analysis / Title Variants: Uniform: Anleitung zur chemischen Analyse von Pflanzen und Pflanzentheilen auf ihre organischen Bestandtheile.

Wittstein, Georg Christian. The organic constituents of plants and vegetable substances, and their chemical analysis In The Australian Medical Journal (a review) Imprint vol. 23, T.M. Buzzard, Melbourne,pp.

Description. Keywords: book; plants, constituents of. Type of. The importance of vegetables from the point of view of the food industry is determined by their complex chemical content that is important to the human body and includes organic substances (carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and organic acids), phytoncides and antimicrobial substances, a high content of minerals (Ca, P, Fe, K, Mg, S, Cl, Zn, and.

Examples of Organic Compounds or Molecules. Molecules associated with living organisms are organic. These include nucleic acids, fats, sugars, proteins, enzymes, and hydrocarbon fuels. All organic molecules contain carbon, nearly all contain hydrogen, and many also contain oxygen.

The importance of vegetables from the point of view of the food industry is determined by their complex chemical content that is important to the human body and includes organic substances. The organic constituents of plants and vegetable substances and their chemical analysis by Wittstein, Georg Christoph, ; Müller, Ferdinand von,tr.

The organic constituents of plants and vegetable substances and their chemical analysis / by G.C. Wittstein ; authorized translation from the German original, enlarged with numerous additions by Baron Ferd. von Mueller. Phytochemicals, also known as phytonutrients, are natural non-essential chemical compounds found in plants (phyto is a Greek word meaning 'plant').

They can occur in vegetables, grains, legumes, beans, fruits, herbs, nuts, roots, leaves and seeds. Phytochemicals are compounds that give plants their color, flavor, and smell. These compounds are thought to be largely responsible for the.

Alkaloid, any of a class of naturally occurring organic nitrogen-containing bases. Alkaloids have diverse and important physiological effects on humans and other animals.

Well-known alkaloids include morphine, strychnine, quinine, ephedrine, and nicotine. Plant nutrients may be composed of either organic or inorganic compounds.

An organic compound is a chemical compound that contains carbon, such as carbon dioxide obtained from the atmosphere. Carbon that was obtained from atmospheric CO 2 composes the majority of the dry mass within most plants.

An inorganic compound does not contain carbon and. The individual constituents of herbs may serve as useful lead compounds. Many herbs also contain toxic compounds. As we continue this section on medicinal chemistry of herbs, we’ll look at individual compounds, their chemistry as well as therapeutic uses in pharmacology.

Camomile. Camomile (or chamomile) is an interesting case. Phytochemicals are chemical compounds produced by plants, generally to help them thrive or thwart competitors, predators, or name comes from Greek φυτόν (phyton), meaning 'plant'.Some phytochemicals have been used as poisons and others as traditional medicine.

As a term, phytochemicals is generally used to describe plant compounds that are under research with. Humic substances are organic compounds that are important components of humus, the major organic fraction of soil, peat, and coal (and also a constituent of many upland streams, dystrophic lakes, and ocean water).For a long era in the 19th and 20th centuries, humic substances were often viewed through a lens of acid–base theory that described humic acids, as organic acids, and their.

Table \(\PageIndex{1}\) shows the fatty acid compositions of some common fats and oils. The composition of any given fat or oil can vary depending on the plant or animal species it comes from as well as on dietetic and climatic factors.

To cite just one example, lard from corn-fed hogs is more highly saturated than lard from peanut-fed hogs. human diseases because of the presence of phytochemical constituents [1]. Phytochemicals are naturally occurring in the medicinal plants, leaves, vegetables and roots that have defense mechanism and protect from various diseases.

Phytochemicals are primary and secondary compounds. Chlorophyll, proteins and common sugars are included. The results of the research of Saad and Abdelgaleil revealed a correlation between EOs chemical composition and their effects on germination and seedling growth.

It was reported that the most active compounds belonged to the groups of ketones and alcohols and were followed by the group of aldehydes and phenols [ ].The Composition of Fertilizers.

Fertilizer is made of three nutrients that vary in proportion depending on the type of fertilizer. These three nutrients are listed on the front of the bag as a.