Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L.): A Multipurpose Wonder Plant, Volume 2

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Indus Publishing Company, 2003 - Sea buckthorn - 600 pages
This second volume of the book Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L)-A Multipurpose Wonder Plant contains 42 excellent papers by experts from several countries like Russia, China, India, Finland, Germany and Central Asia. The book mainly focuses on the Biochemistry and Pharmacology of this multipurpose plant, which grows widely in cold regions of Asia, Europe and introduced in North and South America. The book has been divided in three sections. The first section on Biochemistry has 25 papers, which deals with bioactive compounds like vitamins, carotenoids, flavonoids, sterols, tannins, fatty acids, amino acids and minerals etc. in seabuckthorn fruit and leaves. The second section on Pharmacology has 12 papers, which deals with the studies on the experimental and clinical trials conducted on the efficacy of seabuckthorn fruit and leaf extracts and oil on various diseases of skin, cardiovascular system, cancer, ulcer and in human being also. The third section Miscellaneous has 5 papers, which deals with studies on the ethnobotany, processing technology, methodologies of health food product development and seabuckthorn research in some countries. The book will prove very useful to the researchers, herbal medicine industry, policy makers and all those interesting in knowing more about this multipurpose wonder plant. Contents Chapter 1: Free Radicals, Diseases, Anti-oxidants and Anti-oxidant Properties of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) by Virendra Singh; Chapter 2: Lipophilic Components of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Seeds and Berries by Baoru Yang and Heikki Kallio; Chapter 3: Biochemical Characteristics of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L) by Lu Rongsen; Chapter 4: Biochemical Variations in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Growing in Azerbaijan by Eldar N Novruzov; Chapter 6: Bioactive Substances of Mongolian Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) by Ya Jamyansan and D Badgaa; Chapter 7: Morpho-Biochemical Characteristics of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Growing in Cold Arid Ladakh Himalayas by Sanjai K Dwivedi, Ranjit Singh and Z Ahmed; Chaper 8: Flavonoids of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L): Chemistry and Pharmacology by O N Tolkachev and O P Sheichenko; Chapter 9: Flavonoids and Other Biologically Active Substances of Seabuckthorn Leaves by D Ts Tsybikova, D B Rasputina and N F Komissarenko; Chapter 10: carotenoids and Sterines of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) by Eldar N Novruzov; Chapter 11: Tannis of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L): Chemical Properties and Biological Action by O P Sheichenko and O N Tolkachev; Chapter 12: Lipids of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhammoides L) Fruits by N P Bekker, A I Glushenkova, Ja V Rashkes, T G Zhmyrko and Kh M Shakhidoyatov; Chapter 13: Lipids of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Leaves by N P Bekker and A I Glushenkova; Chapter 14: Epicuticular and Intracellular Lipids of Seabuckthorn (Hippohae rhamnoides L) Leaves by N P Gonchova and A I Glushenkova; Chapter 15: Polysaccharides and Dietary Fibre in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Berries by G Dongowski; Chapter 16: Amino Acids and Other Nutrients of Siberian Seabuckthorn Fruit by L P Solonenko and G F Privalov; Chapter 17: Mineral Composition of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L) by R K Gupta and Virendra Singh; Chapter 18: Biochemical Changes During Ripening of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhammoides) Fruits by M Antonelli, A Raffo and F Paoletti; Chapter 19: Seasonal Dynamics of Polyprenols and Dolichols in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Leaves by T P Kukina and V A Raldugin; Chapter 20: Dynamics of Vitamin E in Processed Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil by Jiang Zirong; Chapter 21: Vitamin C in Seabuckthorn Fruit During Harvesting and Cold Storage by M Jalakas, K Karp, M Noormets and Starast; Chapter 22: Vitamin C Content of Seabuckthorn Fruits and Raw Juice During Different Storage and Processing Conditions by Li Chengyi and Lu Zhibhao; Chapter 23: Stability of Hydrophilic and Lipophilic Antioxidants of Seabuckthorn Under Different Storage Conditions by Michael Netzel, Silke Allmann, Gabriele Strass, Katja Kranl, Robern Aman, Andreas Schieber, Rainhold Carle, Irmgrad Bitsch, Roland Bitsch; Chapter 24: Quality Parameters of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Oil by Jorg-Thomas Morsel, Karl Heilscher and Claudia Morsel; Chapter 25: Molecular Composition of Carotenoid-Lipo-Protein Structures of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Berries by Carmen Socaciu and Adela Pinta; Chapter 26: Physiological Effects of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhammoides) Fruit Pulp and Seed Oils by Baoru Yang and Heikki Kallio; Chapter 27: Anti-Oxidants and Anti-Oxidative Activity of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L) by Xiangqum Gao; Chapter 28: Bioactivity and Bioactive Compounds of Seabuckthorn Fruit Juice by Silke Allmann, Gabriele Strass, Katja Krani, Thomas Frank, Irmgard Bitsch, Roland Bitsch and Michael Netzel; Chapter 29: Seabuckthorn in Curtailing Oxidative, Cold and Hypoxic Stresses by S Geetha, M Sai Ram, S K Grover, H M Divekar, Virendra Singh, G Havazhagan and R C Sawhney; Chapter 30: Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) as a Radio-Protector by H C Goel and M Bala; Chapter 31: Biological Properties of Seabuckthorn Super Oxide Disnutase Drug Formulation by Y H Jin & D L Tao; Chapter 32: Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) in Cutaneous Wound Healing of Animals by A C Varshney & S P Tyagi; Chapter 33: Effect of a Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Seed Oil Preparation on the Chronic Cervictis by A R Wu, Y C Su, J F Li, Q L Liu, J X Lu, X Z Wei, C M Qian, Y X Lai and G N Wang; Chapter 34: Anti-viral, Anti-microbial and Toxicological Studies on Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoidesnL) by L D Shipulina, O N Tolkachev, L V Krepkova, V V Bortnikova and A A Shkarenkov; Chapter 35: Adaptogenic and Gastroprotective Properties of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Fruit Preparations by S M Nikolayev, D Ts Tsybikova, O D Tsyrenzhapova, N N Fedotovskikh and E I Matkhanov; Chapter 36: Effect of a Seabuckthorn Preparation on the Blood Circulation in Rats by Zhou Yuansheng, Tu Jie, Cui Huiling, Ren Youngzhen, Yuan Bingxiang, Xu Shuju and Shum Xiadong; Chapter 37: Effect of a Seabuckthorn Preparation on the Coronary Blood Circulation and Myocardial Oxygen Consumption by Zhou Yuansheng, Tu Jie, Cui Huiling, Ren Yougzhen, Yuan Bingxiang, Shun Xiaodong, ding Baoxin and Hu Hao; Chapter 38: Seabuckthorn (Hippophae L) in Traditional Medicines by Virendra Singh; Chapter 39: A Green Technology for the Integrated Processing of Fresh Seabuckthorn Berries by V V Venugopalam, A Ranjith, K Sarinkumar and C Arumughan; Chapter 40: Procession Methodologies of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Food Products by Andry F Lebeda; Chapter 41: Research and Development of Seabuckthorn (hippophae L) in india by Virendra Singh; Chapter 42: Development and Commercializztion of Seabuckthorn: A German Experience by Virendra Singh and Jorg-Thomas Morsel.

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