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245 00 Handbook of plant and fungal toxicants /|cedited by J.P. 
       Felix D'Mello. 
264  1 Boca Raton, FL :|bCRC Press,|c2019. 
264  4 |c©1997 
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490 1  Handbooks of pharmacology and toxicology 
505 0  Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- 
       Copyright Page -- Preface -- Editor -- Contributors -- 
       Table of Contents -- Chapter 1 Bioactive Indolizidine 
       Alkaloids -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Indolizidines from 
       Plants -- 1.2.1 Swainsonine and Related Indolizidines -- 
       1.2.2 Castanospermine and Related Indolizidines -- 1.2.3 
       Ipomoea Alkaloids -- 1.2.4 Astragalus Polycanthus -- 1.2.5
       Lupin Alkaloids -- 1.2.6 Solarium-Derived Steroidal 
       Indolizidines -- 1.2.7 Phenanthroindolizidines -- 1.2.8 
       Elaeocarpus Alkaloids -- 1.2.9 Indoloindolizidines -- 
       1.2.10 Glochidion Alkaloids 
505 8  1.3 Fungal Indolizidines -- 1.3.1 Slaframine -- 1.3.2 
       Streptomyces Alkaloids -- References -- Chapter 2 
       Glycoalkaloids -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Occurrence and 
       Composition of Glycoalkaloids -- 2.3 Distribution in the 
       Plant -- 2.4 Factors Affecting Glycoalkaloid Formation -- 
       2.4.1 Cultivar -- 2.4.2 Light -- 2.4.3 Location, Climate, 
       and Environment -- 2.4.4 Storage Temperature and Time -- 
       2.4.5 Physiological Stress -- 2.5 Control of 
       Glycoalkaloids -- 2.5.1 Physical Treatments -- 2.5.2 
       Chemical Treatments -- 2.6 Glycoalkaloids in Processed 
       Potato -- 2.7 Pharmacology -- 2.8 Toxicology 
505 8  2.8.1 Mammals -- 2.8.2 Invertebrates -- 2.8.3 Plant 
       Pathogens -- 2.9 Mode of Glycoalkaloid Toxicity -- 2.10 
       Physiological Functions -- References -- Chapter 3 
       Erythrina Alkaloids -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Structural 
       Features and Distribution -- 3.3 Spectral Features -- 3.4 
       Pharmacology and Toxicology -- References -- Chapter 4 
       Endophyte Alkaloids -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Natural 
       Occurrence -- 4.2.1 Ergot Alkaloids -- 4.2.2 Lolitrem 
       Alkaloids -- 4.2.3 Peramine -- 4.2.4 Loline Alkaloids -- 
       4.3 Factors Affecting Alkaloid Production by Endophytes: 
       Biological, Physical, Chemical 
505 8  4.4 Biological Activity -- 4.5 Conclusions -- References -
       - Chapter 5 The Toxicity of Bracken Fern (Genus Pteridium)
       to Animals and its Relevance to Man -- 5.1 Introduction --
       5.2 Taxonomy and Geographical Distribution -- 5.3 
       Syndromes of Bracken Poisoning -- 5.3.1 Natural Syndromes 
       -- 5.3.1.1 Cyanogenic Potential -- 5.3.1.2 Induced 
       Thiamine Deficiency -- 5.3.1.3 Acute Hemorrhagic Syndrome 
       -- 5.3.1.4 Bright Blindness -- 5.3.1.5 Enzootic Hematuria 
       -- 5.3.1.6 Upper Alimentary Carcinoma -- 5.3.2 
       Experimental Syndromes -- 5.4 Other Ferns Producing Same 
       Syndromes or Bracken Toxins 
505 8  5.5 Ptaquiloside and the Bracken Syndromes -- 5.6 Viral 
       Component? -- 5.7 Bracken and Human Health -- 5.8 
       Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 6 Analysis of 
       Proanthocyanidins and Related Polyphenolic Compounds in 
       Nutritional Ecology -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 
       Biosynthesis of Proanthocyanidins and Related Polyphenols 
       -- 6.3 Affinity of Proanthocyanidins with Proteins and 
       Carbohydrates -- 6.4 Proanthocyanidins and Lignin -- 6.5 
       Analysis of Proanthocyanidins and Polyphenols -- 6.6 
       Insoluble Proanthocyanidins and Analytical Methods -- 6.7 
       Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7 Gossypol 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    First published in 1997. Natural toxicants are the subject
       of research throughout the world, and they are used for 
       many purposes. The Handbook of Plant and Fungal Toxicants 
       presents a wide range of compounds and considers how they 
       relate to food safety, therapeutic purposes in medicine, 
       and uses in breeding plants for enhanced resistance to 
       insects and disease. Alkaloids, both from plant and fungal
       sources, are emphasized. Also covered are a variety of 
       toxicants and phytochemicals including: bracken fern 
       poisons polyphenolics gossypol flavones isoflavones 
       pyrimidine glycosides fruit and vegetable allergens linear
       furanocoumarins photosensitizing agents nitrates oxalates 
       Pinus ponderosa toxicantsThe text stresses the positive 
       aspects of plant secondary compounds and presents examples
       of beneficial attributes in the context of environmental 
       protection and human health. An international authorship 
       addresses the global diversity and ecological distribution
       of plant and fungal toxicants. This handbook is ideal for 
       senior-level college students and post-graduate students 
       studying animal science, toxicology, and pharmaceutical 
       sciences. 
545 0  J.P. Felix D'Mello 
650  0 Plant toxins. 
650  0 Mycotoxins. 
700 1  D'Mello, J. P. Felix,|eeditor. 
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