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Khemani, L. D.

Chemistry of Phytopotentials: Health, Energy and Environmental Perspectives

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Table of contents

Section A. Health Perspectives

1. Cruciferous Vegetables: Novel Cancer Killer and Guardians of Our Health
P. Bansal, M. Khoobchandani, Vijay Kumar, M. M. Srivastava

2. Synthesis of Bioactive Thiosemicarbazides: Antimicrobial Agents Against Drug Resistant Microbial Pathogens
M. Shukla, M. Dubey, H. Kulshrashtha, D. S. Seth

3. Antineoplastic Properties of Parthenin Derivatives – The Other Faces of a Weed
A. Saxena, S. Bhusan, B. S. Sachin, R. R. Kessar, D. M. Reddy, H. M. S. Kumar, A. K. Saxena

4.
In Vitro Antioxidant and Cytotoxicity Assay of Pistia stratiotes L. Against B16F1 and B16F10 Melanoma Cell Lines
M. Jha, V. Sharma, N. Ganesh

5. Synthesis, Characterization, Anti-Tumor and Anti-Microbial Activity of Fatty Acid Analogs of Propofol
A. Mohammad, F. B. Faruqi, J. Mustafa

6. Screening of Antioxidant Activity of Plant Extracts
H. Singh, R. Raturi, S. C. Sati, M. D. Sati, P. P. Badoni

7. Andrographolide: A Renoprotective Diterpene from Andrographis Paniculata (Burm. f.) Nees

P. Singh, M. M. Srivastava, D. K. Hazra, L. D. Khemani

8. Enhanced Production of Antihypertensive Drug Ajmalicine in Transformed Hairy Root Culture of Catharanthus Roseus by Application of Stress Factors in Statistically Optimized Medium
D. Thakore, A. K. Srivastava, A. Sinha

9. Antioxidant Activity of Combined Extract of Some Medicinal Plants of Indian Origin
H. Ali, S. Dixit

10. Antioxidant and Antimutagenic Activities of Isothiocyanates Rich Seed Oil of Eruca sativa Plant
M. Khoobchandani, P. Bansal, S. Medhe, N. Ganesh, M. M. Srivastava

11. Fungal Biosynthesis of Antimicrobial Nanosilver Solution: A Green Approach
M. Dubey, S. Sharma, S. Bhadauria, R. K. Gautam, V. M. Katoch

12. Natural Products as Inhibitory Agents of Escherichia coli and Listeria monocytogenes

P. Singh, A. Prakash

13. Wonders of Sesame: Nutraceutical Uses and Health Benefits
N. Shivhare, N. Satsangee

14. Identification of Flavonoids in The Bark of Alstonia Scholaris by High Performance Liquid Chromatography- Electrospray Mass Spectrometry
Rahul Jain, S. Chaurasia, R. C. Saxena, D. K. Jain

15. Chemical Examination of Morinda Pubescens var. pubescens. (Rubiaceae) and isolation of crystalline constituents
U. Viplava Prasad, B. Syamasunder, G. Anuradha, J. Sree Kanth Kumar

16. Secretion of α-L-Rhamnosidase by Some Indigenous Fungal Strains Belonging to Penicillium Genera
S. Yadav, S. Yadava, K. D. S. Yadav

17. Collection, Establishment, Acclimatization and Quantification of Shatavarin IV in the Medicinally Important Plant – Asparagus racemosus Willd
J. Chaudhary, P. K. Dantu

18. Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of Essential Oils of Cinnamomum Tamala, Cinnamomum Zeylenicum and Cinnamomum Camphora Growing in Uttarakhand
R. Agarwal, A. K. Pant, O. Prakash

19. Analysis of Nutrient Content of Underutilized Grain: Chenopodium Album
T. Pachauri, A. Lakhani, K. Maharaj Kumari

20. Chemical Analysis of Leaves of Weed Calotropis Procera (Ait.) and its Antifungal Potential
R. Verma, G. P. Satsangi, J. N. Shrivastava

21. Isolation and Characterization of “Flavon-5, 3’, 4’- Trihydroxy 7-O-β-D-glucopyranosyl (6’’→1’’’) β-D-glucopyranoside” from Stem Bark of Quercus Leucotrichophora

S. C. Sati, N. Sati, O. P. Sati

22. Phytochemical Examination of Anaphalis Busua Leaves
R. Raturi, S. C. Sati, H. Singh, M. D. Sati, P. P. Badoni

23. Tannins in Michelia Champaca L.
H. Ahmad, A. Mishra, R. Gupta, S. A. Saraf

24. Phytochemical Screening of Some Plants Used in Herbal Based Cosmetic Preparations
N. G. Masih, B. S. Singh

25. Cellular Differentiation in the In Vitro Raised Zygotic Embryo Callus of Boerhaavia diffusa L. to Produce the Flavonoid, Kaempferol
G. Chaudhary, D. Rani, R. Raj, M. M. Srivastava, P. K. Dantu

26. A Green Thin Layer Chromatographic System for the Analysis of Amino Acids
A. Mohammad, A. Siddiq

27. High Performance Thin Layer Chromatographic Method for the Estimation of Cholesterol in Edible Oils
S. Medhe, R. Rani, K. R. Raj, M. M. Srivastava

28. Vegetable Seed Oil Based Waterborne Polyesteramide: A “Green” Material
F. Zafar, H. Zafar, M. Yaseen Shah, E. Sharmin, S. Ahmad

29. QSAR Analysis of Anti-Toxoplasma Agents
R. Mishra, A. Agarwal, S. Paliwal

30. A QSAR Study Investigating the Potential Anti-Leishmanial Activity of Cationic 2-Phenylbenzofurans
A. Agarwal, R. Mishra, S. Paliwal

31. 2D QSAR Study of Some TIBO Derivatives as an Anti HIV Agent
L. K. Ojha, M. Thakur, A. M. Chaturvedi, A. Bhardwaj, A. Thakur

32. Indole Derivatives as DNA Minor Groove Binders
S. P. Gupta, P. Pandya, G. S. Kumar, S. Kumar

33. Structure Determination of DNA Duplexes by NMR
K. Pandav, P. Pandya, R. Barthwal, S. Kumar

34. Pharmacotechnical Assessment of Processed Watermelon Flesh as Novel Tablet Disintegrant
S. Pushkar, Nikhil K. Sachan, S. K. Ghosh

35. Evaluation of Assam Bora Rice as a Natural Mucoadhesive Matrixing Agent for Controlled Drug Delivery
Nikhil K. Sachan, S. Pushkar, S. K. Ghosh

36. Utilization of Some Botanicals for the Management of Root-Knot Nematode and Plant Growth Parameters of Tomato (Lycopersicon Esculentum L.)
S. A. Tiyagi, I. Mahmood, Z. Khan

37. Statistical Media Optimization for Enhanced Biomass and Artemisinin Production in Artemisia Annua Hairy Roots
N. Patra, S. Sharma, A. K. Srivastava

38. Formation and Characterization of Hydroxyapatite/Chitosan Composite: Effect of Composite Hydroxyapatite Coating and its Application on Biomedical Materials
S. Mulijani, G. Sulistyso

39. A Wonder Plant; Cactus Pear: Emerging Nutraceutical and Functional Food
R. C. Gupta

Section B. Energy Perspectives

40. A Clean and Green Hydrogen Energy Production Using Nanostructured ZnO and Fe-ZnO via Photoelectrochemical Splitting of Water
P. Kumar, N. Singh, A. Solanki, S. Upadhyay, S. Chaudhary, V. R. Satsangi, S. Dass, R. Shrivastav

41. One Pot and Solvent-Free Energy Efficient Synthesis of Metallophthalocyanines: A Green Chemistry Approach to Synthesize Metal Complexes
R. K. Sharma, S. Gulati, S. Sachdeva

42. Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Generation using Al Doped Nanostructured Hematite Thin Films
P. Kumar, P. Sharma, R. Shrivastav, S. Dass, V. R. Satsangi

43. Proton Conducting Membrane from Hybrid Inorganic Organic Porous Materials for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell
N. K. Mal, K. Hinokuma

44. Environmental Friendly Technology for Degradation of Dye Polluted Effluent of Textile Industries Using Newly Developed Photo Catalyst
R. B. Pachwarya

45. Biohydrogen Production with Different Ratios of Kitchen Waste and Inoculum in Lab Scale Batch Reactor at Moderate Temperatures
S. K. Bansal, Y. Singhal, R. Singh

46. Synthesis and Characterization of Some Schiff Bases and Their Cobalt (II), Nickel (II) and Copper (II) Complexes via Environmentally Benign and Energy-Efficient Greener Methodology
K. Rathore, H. B. Singh

47. One Pot Preparation of Greener Nanohybrid from Plant Oil
E. Sharmin, D. Akram, A. Vashist, M. Y. Wani, A. Ahmad, F. Zafar, S. Ahmad

48. Synthesis and Characterization of Fe2O3-ZnO Nanocomposites for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Splitting of Water
N. Singh, P. Kumar, S. Upadhyay, S. Choudhary, V. R. Satsangi, S. Dass, R. Shrivastav

Section C. Environment Perspectives

49. Evaluation of Fluoride Reduction at Different Stages of Sewage Treatment Plant Bhopal, (MP), India
R. K. Kushwah, S. Malik, A. Bajpai, R. Kumar

50. Adsorption Behavior of Cedrus Deodara Leaves for Copper (II) from Synthetically Prepared Waste Water
N. C. Joshi, N. S. Bhandari, S. Kumar

51.
Zea mays a Low Cost Eco-friendly Biosorbent: A Green Alternative for Arsenic Removal from Aqueous Solutions
K. R. Raj, A. Kardam, S. Srivastava

52. Removal of Diesel Oil from Water Bodies Using Agricultural Waste Zea mays Cob Powder
M. Sharma, A. Kardam, K. R. Raj, S. Srivastava

53. Simulation and Optimization of Biosorption Studies for Prediction of Sorption Efficiency of Leucaena Leucocephala Seeds for the Removal of Ni (II) From Waste Water
J. K. Arora, S. Srivastava

54. Treatment of Saline Soil by Application of Cyanobacteria for Green Farming of Rice in Dayalbagh
S. Yadav, G. P. Satsangi

55. Effect of Anionic and Non-ionic Surfactants in Soil-Plant System Under Pot Culture
A. Mohammad, A. Moheman

56. Studies on Efficacy of Eco-Friendly Insecticide Obtained from Plant Products Against Aphids Found on Tomato Plant
S. Dubey, S. Verghese P., D. Jain, Nisha

57. Studies on Cr (III) and Cr (VI) Speciation in the Xylem Sap of Maize Plants
S. J. Verma, S. Prakash

58. Cobalt and Zinc Containing Plant Oil Based Polymer: Synthesis and Physicochemical Studies
T. Singh, A. A. Hashmi

59. Cation Exchange Resin (Amberlyst® 15 DRY): An Efficient, Environment Friendly and Recyclable Heterogeneous Catalyst for the Biginelli Reaction
S. Jain, S. R. Jetti, N. Babu G., T. Kadre, A. Jaiswal

60. An Efficient Method for the Extraction of Polyphenolics from Some Traditional Varieties of Rice of North-East India
A. Begum, A. Goswami, P. K. Goswami, P. Chowdhury

61. Determination of Heavy Metal Ions in Selected Medicinal Plants of Agra
A. Khanam, B. S. Singh

62. Electro Chemical Determination of Pb (II) Ions by Carbon Paste Electrode Modified with Coconut Powder
D. S. Rajawat, S. Srivastava, S. P. Satsangee

63. Assessment of Surface Ozone levels at Agra and its impact on Wheat Crop
V. Singla, T. Pachauri, A. Satsangi, K. Maharaj Kumari, A. Lakhani

64. Synthesis and Characterization of an Eco-Friendly Herbicides Against Weeds
N. Sidhardhan, S. Verghese P., S. Dubey, D. Jain

65. Role of Phenolics in Plant Defense Against Insect Herbivory
F. Rehman, F. A. Khan, S. M. A. Badruddin

66. Water and Wastewater Treatment using Nano-technology
N. A. Khan, K. A. Khan, M. Islam

67. Role of Plants in Removing Indoor Air Pollutants
A. S. Pipal, A. Kumar, R. Jan, A. Taneja

68. Decolorization and Mineralization of Commercial Textile Dye Acid Red 18 by Photo-Fenton Reagent and Study of Effect of Homogeneous Catalyst Uranyl Acetate
M. Surana, B. V. Kabra

69. A Green Approach for the Synthesis of Thiazolidine-2,4-dione and its Analogues Using Gold NPs as Catalyst in Water
K. Kumari, P. Singh, R. C. Shrivastava, P. Kumar, G. K. Mehrotra, M. Samim, R. Chandra, Mordhwaj

70. Synthesis of Potential Phytochemicals: Pyrrolylindolinones and Quinoxaline Derivatives using PEG as an Environmentally Benign Solvent
A. V. K. Anand, K. Dasary, A. Lavania

71. Phytoremediation Potential of Induced Cd Toxicity in Trigonella Foenum-Graecum L. and Vigna Mungo L. by Neem Plants parts
R. Perveen, S. Faizan, S. A. Tiyagi, S. Kausar

72. Functionalized MCM-41 Type Sorbents for Heavy Metals in Water: Preparation and Characterization
S. Vashishtha, R. P. Singh, H. Kulshreshtha

73. Photocatalytic Degradation of Oxalic Acid in Water by the Synthesized Cu-TiO2 Nanocomposites
Azad Kumar, A. Kumar, R. Shrivastav

74. Assessment of Insecticidal Properties of Some Plant Oils against Spodoptera Litura (Fab.)
P. Bhatt, R. P. Srivastava

75.
Mentha Arvensis Assisted Synthesis of Silver from Silver Nitrate
S. K. Shamna, S. Ananda Babu, H Gurumallesh Prabu

76. Synthesis of Colloidal Iridium Nanoparticles and Their Role as Catalyst in Homogeneous Catalysis – An Approach to Green Chemistry
A. Goel, S. Sharma

77. Toxic Level Heavy Metal Contamination of Road Side Medicinal Plants in Agra Region
J. Gautam, M. K. Pal, A. Singh, E. Tiwari, B. Singh

78. Biochemical Characteristics of Aerosol at a Suburban Site
Ranjit Kumar, K. M. Kumari, Vineeta Diwakar, J. N. Srivastava

79. Green Nanotechnology for Bioremediation of Toxic Metals from Waste Water
A. Kardam, K. R. Raj, S. Srivastava

80. Phyto Conservation: Folk Literature, Mythology and Religion to its Aid
M. R. Bhatnagar

Keywords: Environment, Sustainable Development, Organic Chemistry, Plant Biochemistry

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642233944

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