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Marine Natural Products: Chemical and Biological Perspectives, Volume V focuses on the chemical and biological study of sponges. Chapters in the volume present papers discussing the various findings and researches on sponges. Topics discussed include a review on research on sponge metabolites; biosynthetic studies of marine organisms; steroid research on unicellular algae; structural organic chemistry of marine metabolites; and marine biopolymers. Marine biologists, biochemists, and pharmacologists will find the book a good reference material.
Contents of Previous Volume
Chapter 1 Chemotaxonomy of the Porifera: The Development and Currents Status of the Field
II. Chemotaxonomic Investigations on Porifera
Chapter 2 Biosynthesis of Marine Metabooites
II. Fatty Acids and Related Compounds
III. Sponge Sterols
IV. Halogenated Metabolites
V. Bile Pigments and Related Compounds
VI. Other Opisthobranch Transformations
VII. Echinochrome A in Arabacia pustulosa
Chapter 3 Dinoflagellate Sterols
II. Unique Structural Features of Dinoflagellate Sterols
VI. Steroid Ketones
VII. Structure and Taxonomy
IX. Sterol Synthesis by Zooxanthellae
X. Dinoflagellate Sterols as Tracers in the Marine Environment
Chapter 4 Continuents of Laurencia
V. C15 Acetogenins
VI. Miscellaneous Compounds
VII. Ecology and Physiological Activity
IX. Addendum A
X. Addendum B
Chapter 5 Marine Indoles
II. Simple Indoles
III. Tryptophan-Derived Indoles
IV. Miscellaneous Indoles
V. Concluding Remarks
Appendix: Indoles Reported from Marine Sources
Chapter 6 Echinoderms Saponins
IV. Other Classes
Chapter 7 Bioactive Marine Biopolymers
II. Agglutinin (Lectin)-Type Biopolymers
III. Antineoplastic Biopolymers of Marine Origin
IV. Marine Biopolymers with Miscellaneous Activities
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- © Academic Press 1983
- 28th August 1983
- Academic Press
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