The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Physiology, Volume IV contains an account of the chemistry and biosynthesis of the various classes of isoquinolines.
This book discusses the extraction and separation of the anhalonium alkaloids, other natural simple isoquinolines, and anhalonium isoquinolines. The location of the alkaloids in tissues of the cacti, monophenolic bases of the laudanosine type, and extraction of cactus alkaloids are elaborated in detail. This text also describes the several types of alkaloids such as protoberberine, aporphine, protopine, phthalideisoquinoline, and bisbenzylisoquinoline. The cularine, a-naphthaphenanthridine, erythrophleum, aconitum, and delphinium alkaloids are likewise included.
This publication is recommended for chemists, specialists, and students interested in isoquinolines.
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|Size: ||22.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||Academic Press|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781483221915 (DRM-PDF)|
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