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1 1 philosophy and aims of this book 1 1 1 the large solanales families as a topic solanales are from the mid cretaceous stem node age 106 my crown node age 100 my bremer et al 2004 solanaceae and convolvulaceae are sisters represe ing the two large families of this order their last common ancestor lived about 70 my ago durbin et al 2000solanaceae and convolvulaceae secondary metabolites biosynthesis chemotaxonomy biological and economic significance a handbook authors eich eckart free preview with dozens of beautiful color plates showing solanales plants the author prof eckart eich has more than 20 years experience in research of secondary metabolites of solanales get this from a library solanaceae and convolvulaceae secondary metabolites biosynthesis chemotaxonomy biological and economic significance a handbook eckart eich this comprehensive and interdisciplinary handbook provides a birds eye view of two centuries of research on secondary metabolites of the two large solanales families solanaceae and convolvulaceae in solanaceae and convolvulaceae secondary metabolites theyre arranged according to their biosynthetic principles while the occurrence and chemical structures of almost all known individual secondary metabolites are covered these are found in hundreds of wild as well as cultivated solanaceous and convolvulaceous speciestropane alkaloids are a class of bicyclic 321 alkaloids and secondary metabolites that contain a tropane ring in their chemical structure tropane alkaloids occur naturally in many members of the plant family solanaceaesome tropane alkaloids have pharmacological properties and can act as anticholinergics or stimulants

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