Humans, animals and plants have been existing on the earth since time immemorial. Plants are the greatest organic chemists of the earth. In the laboratory of nature, they carry out complex organic syntheses with ease to manufacture complicated chemical compounds with an amazing degree of accuracy, structures and characteristics. The different properties of the plants and their products are due to the presence of chemical compounds in them. A number of compounds belonging to different classes have already been isolated and characterized. The aim of this book is to provide a simple, concise and collective description about the isolation and characterization of chemical compounds from the different parts of the plants. This book will be immensely useful to students, researchers, academicians, scientists, industrialists, and the people who are interested in the field of phytochemistry.
2. Essentials of Chromatography
3. Introduction to Spectroscopy
4. Chemicals from Plants
5. Chemical Constituents of Some Useful Plants
6. Analysis of Essential Oils from Some Plants
7. Analysis of Fatty Oils from the Seeds of Some Forest Plants
Rameshwar Dayal :- obtained his B.Sc (1969) from Delhi University, M.Sc (1971) from Kurukshetra University, and PhD (1976) from Delhi University, specializing in the field of natural products chemistry. Dr Dayal joined Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun (1977) as Research Officer, and worked there in various positions, and superannuated as Scientist-F and Head, Chemistry Division, Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun in August, 2009. He has about 38 years of research experience in the field of natural products chemistry. Dr. Dayal disseminated his research work through 90 research papers published in several national and foreign journals, presentation of a large number of research papers in several national and international conferences/symposia/workshops/seminars, a number of technical reports, six patents and transfer of three technologies to the entrepreneurs. He supervised ten students for the award of PhD degree. He was conferred Vishist Vaigyanik Purskar award (1999-2000) of the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, for his outstanding contribution in the field of "Phytochemistry of Forest Trees", ICFRE- Cash Award of Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, Dehra Dun (1998-99) for outstanding contribution to research in the field of "Forest Utilization", letter of appreciation from Director General, ICFRE for award of Vishist Vaigyanik Purskar, and Incentive Cash Award (1998) from National Research Development Corporation. He has also authored Natural Dyes (published by IK International in 2015).
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