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Toxicants of Plant Origin, Volume I: Alkaloidsby Peter R. Cheeke
Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc., (1989). Quarto, 18 x 26 cm, 335pp. Bound in brown faux leather stamped in gilt and black. Binding lightly rubbed. Near fine condition. JI/djm
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This comprehensive treatise offers an in-depth discussion of natural toxicants in plants, emphasizing their effects as defenses against herbivory. Coevolution of plants and her-bivores are covered with a detailed treatment of toxicant metabolism and systemic effects in mammalian tissues. Con-sideration of the economic importance of plant toxins, modi-fication by plant breeding, management of toxico-sis, and toxicant problems in various geographic areas are in-cluded. Each volume offers an extensive description of chemistry, biosynthesis, analysis, distribution in plants, metabolism in mam-mals and insects, and practical problems in humans and livestock.
Table of Contents
v. 1. Alkaloids — v. 2. Glycosides — v. 3. Proteins and amino acids — v. 4. Phenolics.
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